Reggie Lambe and his Carlisle United teammates faced local outfit Carlisle City in their first pre-season friendly of the summer at Gillford Park with all available members of the first team getting pitch time as the first full week of training drew to a close.
Carlisle United came away with a 4 - 0 win.
As early as the 6th minute Lambe and a teammate linked on the right flank, a neat cut-back to Shaun Miller brought a first time shot that saw the keeper palmed it down and scooped it up.
United took the lead in the 9th minute when Jason Kennedy called for it just seven yards out, and scored with a firm bottom corner finish.
Nine minutes later it was 2 - 0, United won possession wide on the left, was crossed, but a half clearance was returned into the net by Shaun Miller as he struck the ball with a well-guided volley.
It was 3 - 0 in the 34th minute, Jason Kennedy had the ball slipped into his path and the midfielder scored his second of the game when he curled a beauty into the top corner.
In the 36th minute Lambe hit the bar as he pulled off his marker. His precise shot beat the keeper but smashed into the woodwork.
A quiet period came to a close in the 64th minute when United broke through with some one-touch football. One of the four trialists didn't waste his chance to impress when he crunched his shot into the net from 17 yards out.