Carlisle United are out of the FA Youth Cup after a heavy first round defeat at home to Barnsley.

The young Blues took the lead but the visitors swept to a 5-1 victory at Brunton Park.

Aran Fitzpatrick gave Mark Birch's United Under-18s the lead from an impressive free-kick after half an hour.

But the young Tykes levelled before half-time through Emmaisa Nzondo.

The Yorkshire side then struck four times after the break to pull clear of the Cumbrians.

Bayley McCann - son of Doncaster Rovers manager Grant McCann - fired them in front in the 49th minute.

A Will Maddison own goal extended Barnsley's lead with Vimal Yoganathan making it 4-1 before the hour mark.

Nzondo completed the scoring on 73 minutes as Barnsley's Category 2 academy side progressed to the second round.

It is the second time in successive seasons that United have lost heavily in the competition's first round, having been beaten 4-0 by Fleetwood Town at home last season.

Before the game, a minute's applause was held in memory of legendary Blues youth coach David Wilkes, whose playing days began at Barnsley.

United: Barry, Maddison (Hopper 59), Nicholson, Walsh (Atkinson 82), O'Brien, Allan, Chapman (Fleming 59), Hetherington, Swinburn, Fitzpatrick, Park. Not used: Randall, Murray, O'Donoghue, Rigby.