Workington Reds and Penrith will go head to head for this season’s Fred Conway Cumberland Cup.

Danny Grainger’s Reds and Darren Edmondson’s Penrith will contest this season’s final at Brunton Park.

The final line-up was completed on Tuesday night when Workington knocked out holders Carlisle City.

A 4-0 victory at Borough Park in front of 267 fans saw Grainger’s men reach the county senior cup showpiece.

Reds raced into a three-goal half-time lead as Steven Rigg struck early against his former club, with Brad Hubbold and Obua Mugalula also on target.

Lewis Reilly completed the scoring after the break as Workington reached their first Cumberland Cup final since 2017 – when they beat Penrith to lift the trophy.

Penrith had already sealed their place in the final by beating Whitehaven 2-0 last week.

Goals from Matthew Foster and Luke Hunter saw Edmondson’s side through.

The final, on a date yet to be confirmed, will see Grainger and Edmondson – both former Carlisle United favourites – back at Brunton Park.

For Edmondson it will also be a contest against the club he previously managed.

Penrith last lifted the county senior cup in 2010. Edmondson's side, meanwhile, last night chalked up an important victory in Northern League Division One.

They defeated Redcar Athletic 3-2 at the Leo Group Stadium thanks to goals from Oliver Reay (two) and Jonny Murray.

It took the Bonny Blues up to 16th in the table.