Carlisle United loanee Taylor Charters played a key role again as Gateshead went top of the league.

The Blues midfielder made his home debut for the north east outfit in National League North.

And Charters was influential as Mike Williamson's side beat Telford 4-1.

The midfielder played the full 90 minutes in an outing that included a stint at left-back as the home side came from behind.

It was the 20-year-old west Cumbrian's second outing since joining Heed on an initial one month loan.

Charters earned rave reviews from Williamson after his debut against Hereford on Saturday.

And fans praised the Blues prospect for his positive impact against Telford.

Former United man Cedwyn Scott was among the goals for Gateshead. Charters' next chance to impress will come at home to Leamington on Saturday.