Carlisle United and Workington Reds will meet in the final of the Fred Conway Cumberland Cup for the first time in 14 years.

Holders Reds made it through to back-to-back finals on Wednesday night with a 3-0 win over Maryport Athletic.

The semi-final victory for Danny Grainger's side set up a final against the Blues, who had already booked their place in the final last month.

It will be the first meeting of Blues and Reds in the county senior cup showpiece since 2007, when Workington defeated Carlisle.

The final will be on home soil for Grainger's men, as it is staged at Borough Park on Tuesday, April 23, with a 7pm kick-off.

Workington named a strong side for their semi-final against Maryport and two goals from Dav Symington, plus one from Lewis Reilly, proved enough for the NPL Premier side to see off their Cumberland County League Premier Division opponents.

Carlisle progressed to the final last month after defeating Whitehaven Miners Social in their semi-final.

United have reached their first final since 2019, when they last won the trophy.

Workington are holders after their win over Penrith in last season's final.

The final against his former club will be the penultimate game in charge of Workington for Grainger before he steps down as manager.