Carlisle City have made history by reaching the third round of the FA Vase for the first time.

Jim Nichols' side saw off Cheadle Town 2-1 at home on Saturday.

Dan Kirkup's second-half winner saw the Cumbrian side progress.

It came after Jordan Palmer's early City goal had been cancelled out by Cheadle's Wealth DaSilva at City's Three Rivers Health & Safety Consultancy Stadium (Gillford Park).

The win sees City go one better than their Vase run of 2021 when they reached the second round proper before falling to Abbey Hey.

The Northern League Division One side will learn their third round opponents when the draw is made on Monday.

News and Star: Dan Kirkup scored City's winnerDan Kirkup scored City's winner (Image: Ben Holmes)

Also on the Cumbrian non-league scene, Workington Reds' return to league action saw Danny Grainger's side lose a seven-goal thriller at Guiseley.

Jamie Devitt's first goal for the club from the penalty spot came between goals from Steven Rigg and David Symington for the west Cumbrians.

But a Guiseley hat-trick from Gabriel Johnson and an Aiden Walker goal saw the Yorkshire side prevail in the Northern Premier League Premier Division clash.

Reds, who gave debuts to loan signings Dannen Francis, the Blackpool winger, and Stalybridge Celtic's former Rochdale man Joe Bunney - partner of Lionesses star Ella Toone - are 16th in the table.

In Northern League Division One, meanwhile, Penrith enjoyed a stunning 7-1 win over Sunderland RCA.

Darren Edmondson's side ran riot at the Leo Group Stadium (Frenchfield Park).

Connor Hammell, who has joined Penrith on dual-registration terms from Workington Reds, opened the scoring with Luke Hunter grabbing two goals and Andy Murray-Jones, Kingsley Grandison, Daniel Smales and Connor Shields also on target.

The Bonny Blues' third win of the league campaign took them up to 16th.