Carlisle-born Premier League prospect Joe White scored his first goal in first-team football on Tuesday night.

The Newcastle United midfielder, who is on loan at Crewe Alexandra, grabbed the Railwaymen's second goal in their 2-0 win against Gillingham.

White, 21, struck in the 85th minute of the League Two clash.

The young Cumbrian had come off the bench in the 73rd minute.

He went on to find the net after good work from fellow sub Arthur Rowe to seal Crewe's victory which took them third in the table.

It was White's sixth appearance of his loan spell with Lee Bell's side - a third loan move in his career after previous stints at Hartlepool United and Exeter City.

The England Under-18 international is on a season-long loan with Crewe and hoping to gain valuable first-team experience to help fuel his ambitions with parent club Newcastle.

White, grandson of the late former Carlisle United player, coach and physio and Workington Reds boss Peter Hampton, has been around the first-team squad for some time at St James' Park and was involved with Eddie Howe's senior squad in their pre-season trip to the USA.

Other ex-Carlisle players on target on Tuesday night, meanwhile, included Bradford City's Andy Cook, who hit their consolation goal in a 2-1 defeat at Tranmere Rovers in League Two.

Jack Iredale scored for Bolton Wanderers - United's next opponents - in their 3-2 home win over Stevenage in League One.

Jack Marriott hit Fleetwood Town's second in their 2-0 win at Cheltenham Town, who are still without a goal and have just one point in 11 league games this season.