Details have been confirmed for next week's Fred Conway Cumberland Cup final between Penrith AFC and Workington Reds.

The two clubs will go head to head at Carlisle United's Brunton Park next Tuesday, May 2.

The game will kick off at 7pm, with entry £4 for adults and £2 concessions.

It could see Danny Grainger's Reds aiming to complete a promotion and cup double.

The final comes three days after Saturday's NPL West play-off final against Runcorn Linnets at Borough Park.

Should Workington win next Tuesday, it will be the first time they've claimed the county senior cup since 2017 - when they beat Penrith in the final.

Darren Edmondson's Penrith, meanwhile, are hoping to cap a season when they sealed a 14th-placed finish in Northern League Division One.

The Bonny Blues last won the Cumberland Cup in 2010, when they defeated Gillford Park in the final.

They were finalists as recently as 2019 when they lost out to Carlisle United in the final.

Both managers will be back on familiar territory with both Grainger and Edmondson former Carlisle United favourites in their playing days.

Edmondson is also a former academy manager at Brunton Park.