Holders Carlisle City will face either Carlisle United or Workington Reds in the semi-finals of the Fred Conway Cumberland Cup.

Last season's winners were handed an away tie against either the Blues or the Reds as they bid to retain the trophy.

If United win their last-eight tie at Borough Park next month, it will set up a repeat of last season's semi-final, when City knocked out a Carlisle side featuring several professionals.

United must get past Danny Grainger's Workington as they bid to go all the way in the county senior cup.

The other semi-final tie sees Whitehaven AFC at home to Penrith AFC.

United's trip to Workington is the last remaining quarter-final to be played, with the sides going head to head in west Cumbria on Tuesday, March 7.

The tie had to be rearranged after a frozen pitch put paid to the original scheduled meeting.

Jim Nichols' Carlisle City booked their place in the semi-finals by beating Unisun Athletic earlier this month.

Darren Edmondson's Penrith got past Keswick in their quarter-final, while Whitehaven saw off Greystoke.

City are the holders after beating Wetheriggs United in last season's final.

The semi-final draw was made on BBC Radio Cumbria. The ties must be played on or before March 18.