Carlisle United have been drawn at home to Bransty Rangers in their Cumberland Cup semi-final.

Bransty, who play in Smurfit Kappa Cumberland County League Division One, progressed to this stage in the competition after a 5-1 win over Netherhall last Saturday.

The game was closely contested, with only Jamie Thursby’s goal for Bransty separating the teams at the turnaround.

Rangers took control in the second half, though, with a strike from Adam Smith and three further goals from Thursby sealing the victory. Netherhall scored a late consolation through Ethan Weir.

Wigton Harriers also booked their place in the last four last Saturday, coming away with a creditable 1-0 win against Keswick.

They have been drawn at home to Northern League Division One bottom side Penrith AFC, who beat Whitehaven AFC in their quarter-final.

So far, United have beaten Workington Reds, Pirelli and Cleator Moor Celtic in the cup this term.

The date for the ties are yet to be arranged.