Okay, it's not been a vintage goalscoring season at Carlisle United - but there have still been a few moments to savour.

We've picked out ten of their best goals of 2021/22 to look back on. Which one's your favourite?

10. Joe Riley v Swindon

United's first away goal of the campaign was this sweet hit from Riley. A head-over-the-ball, maximum-concentration, daisy-cutter from 25 yards. Nice.

9. Omari Patrick v Tranmere Rovers

Patrick getting the ball on the left, cruising past defenders and firing home was a pleasing sight in the second half of the season - not least this example at the Battle of Prenton Park...

8. Morgan Feeney v Oldham Athletic

Callum Guy's delivery, Feeney's spring-heeled leap, a last-minute winner against a relegation rival...no, we won't tire of watching this one for a while.

7. Jordan Gibson v Shrewsbury Town

Only a consolation goal - but a very sweetly-scored consolation from Gibson in United's FA Cup defeat.

6. Lewis Alessandra v Stevenage

The most recent of United's goals was up there with their best team moves of the season: worked from the back, switched to the left, and finished with clinical timing by Alessandra.

5. Joe Riley v Newport County

Another piece of neat teamwork in the first minute at Rodney Parade, as Riley linked with Zach Clough and ended a Blues goal drought in style.

4. Omari Patrick v Bradford City

The first of two similar goals on this shortlist - and this was quite some welcome home from Patrick, on his second United debut and against his former club...

3. Tobi Sho-Silva v Rochdale

A mini epic to mark Simmo's Brunton Park homecoming: Mellish dropping the shoulder in his own box and launching it forward, and Sho-Silva showing strength, persistence, some deft skill and finally the finish to raise the roof.

2. Omari Patrick v Colchester United

You can take your pick of Patrick goals, in all truth. This was another gem that lit up a turgid contest in Essex, and again told us: he's back.

1. Jordan Gibson v Bradford City

The pass from Guy. The lay-off from Armer. And then, from Gibson, the control, the shift into space, and the bautifully violent finish. All against his former club. Take a bow...