Carlisle have taken three points from their away match against Wycombe Wanderers.
United won 2-1 despite going a goal down in the opening minutes.
Carlisle's Proctor and Lambe both went onto find the net in the first half and Keith Curle's side held out for the remainder of the match to secure three points.
Cumbria Police have charged a 23-year-old man with a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Steven Bell from Carlisle was arrested following the Carlisle United match against Grimsby Town on 2 January 2017.
Bell has been bailed and is due to attend North Cumbria Magistrates’ Court on 23 March 2017.
Carlisle United will be looking to get back to winning ways tonight when they take on League Two leaders Doncaster Rovers at Brunton Park (7:45pm ko)
Manager Keith Curle says he's looking for a big reaction from his players after they slumped to a 4-1 home defeat to Blackpool on Saturday.
"Our changing room has been exposed and it is one of those - you need a reaction.
"There is no better way of looking forward to a reaction than when you are playing the top of the league and saying 'go on then this is what we are about."
Carlisle United have had a serious wake-up call after their 4-1 defeat to Blackpool, according to Manager Keith Curle.
The Blues suffered the heavy defeat at Brunton Park in front of a 6,100 strong crowd.
United will welcome league leaders Doncaster on Tuesday.
The Blues have brought three players in, but two have also left, including top scorer Charlie Wyke.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United have signed Stoke City striker George Waring on a half-season loan deal.
Waring, 22, joined Everton as a teenager and left to join Stoke City at the age of 19.
He made his professional debut against Yeovil during a loan spell with Barnsley in January 2015, and scored six goals in 19 appearances for the Tykes.
The signing comes amid ongoing speculation about the future of Carlisle United's top scorer, Charlie Wyke.
George is the type of player who we feel will thrive in the environment we've created. He's got good technical ability, as you'd expect from a player coming from a club at that level, and he definitely won't struggle with the physical aspects of the game.
He's had recent experience of being with a promotion winning team and he's ready to make a mark. His size will add something different and it will give us more options with the way we can approach games, and likewise change our approach during games, so we're pleased that he's chosen to join us.
Carlisle United have signed former-Blackburn midfielder, John O'Sullivan, on an 18-month deal.
The 23-year-old was most recently on loan to Accrington Stanley, but was made a free agent by Blackburn on his return this month.
When he first went to Accrington there was a lot of talk about him and Blackburn were turning down six figure bids for him because they had high hopes for him.
"I know he's had a few offers from a higher division but we got in there early like we like to do. Whenever you watch John he stands out, and hopefully he'll stand out for us."
Keith Curle has said Carlisle United will "not be pressurised into losing our assets" following a rejected bid by Bradford City to secure Charlie Wyke.
The club were hoping to land United's leading striker, but Curle said they didn't offer what they feel is Wyke's value.
The Blues manager went on to confirm that although Bradford City were the only club to lodge an official offer, there are other clubs showing a strong interest.
Bradford City has placed a bid for the United player, sparking speculation around a £250,000 release clause in his contract.Read the full story ›
Defender Kevin Wright has left Carlisle United, after having his contract terminated early.
The 21-year-old left the club by mutual consent, after making a total of three first team appearances.
We’ve terminated his contract early to give him as much chance as possible within the transfer window to get himself sorted.
“He’s another who wasn’t getting the game time he needed and he’s at an age and a stage of his career where that needs to be the case."