Carlisle United's bid for county cup success will take them to Penrith in the quarter-finals.

The Blues will go to Frenchfield Park in the last eight of the Fred Conway Cumberland Cup.

It will pit Carlisle against a Penrith side managed by former Brunton Park favourite Darren Edmondson, whose assistant is another ex-Blues star in Richard Prokas.

The tie came out of the quarter-final draw after Carlisle got past Aspatria in the previous round.

Penrith, who play in Northern League Division One, booked their quarter-final place by defeating Greystoke in the second round.

It will be a second outing of the season for United on Penrith's recently-installed artificial pitch at the Leo Group Stadium, which was used by the Blues' reserves for a game against Blackpool.

County senior cup holders Workington Reds, meanwhile, have a home tie as they look to further their bid to retain the trophy.

Danny Grainger's holders face Unisun Athletic in the last eight.

The other quarter-final ties see Alston Moor at home to Whitehaven Miners Social, and Windscale hosting Maryport Athletic.

The ties must be played on or before February 10.