The Reds go into the fixture having moved six points clear at the top of the table having beaten Kingstonian by four goals to nil on Tuesday evening:
A first half brace from Callum Kealy was matched by two goals in the second period from Jasper Pattenden and Reece Meekums as Worthing cruised to victory at the Crucial Environmental Stadium.
Meanwhile, hosts Bishop’s Stortford also enjoyed am empathetic midweek victory, beating Haringey Borough 6-0, a result which saw them leapfrog Enfield Town – whom they defeated 2-0 on Saturday – into second place.
The two sides met in October in the reverse league fixture at Woodside Road:
Marvin Armstrong and Dajon Golding gave Worthing a 2-0 lead at half time, before Golding doubled his tally for the afternoon to put the game beyond the visitor’s reach despite a consolation from James Baker.
”Bishop’s Stortford Football Club are proud to be supporting the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity at this Saturday afternoon’s fixture with Worthing at the R&D Advisors UK Stadium.”
There will be collection buckets located around the ground and all profits from the airport end tea bar will go to this fantastic cause. Please give generously if you can.
Here is a little more about the charity:
Helen Rollason Cancer Charity is dedicated to supporting people whose lives are touched by cancer. Our support centres in Essex and London are vital in helping people living with cancer. The centres offer a range of complementary therapies to patients in an environment of peace and tranquillity, including counselling, reflexology, aromatherapy, manual lymphatic drainage and support groups.
The centres are for patients with all types of cancer at all stages, whether newly diagnosed or longer term, throughout and after completion of treatment. Founded in 1999, the charity is the legacy of BBC broadcaster Helen Rollason, whose vision was:
“Good quality of life while coping with cancer is the most important gift a sick person can receive. It should be available to everyone.”
Providing support for cancer patients’ emotional well-being alongside their medical treatment continues to be at the core of the charity’s mission. Our aim is to provide a safe space where you can be yourself and don’t have to put on a brave face. A place where you can have enjoyable, relaxing and calming treatments in the knowledge that you are not alone – that everyone who comes through our door is experiencing the same feelings as you and facing the same difficulties.
Thank you for kind support and generous donations.
Karen Mitchell, Community Fundraiser for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity
Adults £12, Concessions £8, Students £6, U16s £1, U12s Free.
Bishop’s Stortford Football Club, the ProKit UK Stadium, Dunmow Road, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23 5RG.
Leave the M11 at Junction 8 for the Birchanger Green services exit. Take the A120 towards Bishop’s Stortford and at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A1250, again heading towards Bishop’s Stortford. Take the next right into Woodside. The ground is at the bottom of this road. There is a car park at the ground which costs £2, although make sure you arrive early as it quickly fills up.
Bishop’s Stortford Railway Station is located just under three quarters of a mile a way. It is served by trains from London Liverpool Street. It takes around 20 minutes to walk to the stadium from the station.
As you come out of the station turn right and proceed up the station approach road in front of you. As you near the top of the road bear right and cross the bridge over the railway line. Continue to the end of this road and turn left onto the London Road. Walk up to the crossroads with traffic lights (there is the Cock Inn on one corner) and turn right onto Dunmow Road (signposted A1250 Colchester). Stay on this road for around half a mile and you will reach the stadium entrance on your left.