Isthmian Premier Division Sat 26 March Cheshunt Stadium
  • Pearce (8')
  • Seager (77')

The Mackerel Men maintained their 10-point lead at the top with a comfortable 3-0 win away to Potters Bar Town last weekend:

First half goals from Marvin Armstrong and Reece Meekums had the Reds in full control at half time, before an own-goal from Bar’s Calvin Dickson sealed the three points 10 minutes from time.

Meanwhile, Cheshunt defeated strugglers East Thurrock United 2-0 on Tuesday evening to keep their hopes of a playoff place alive, currently occupying seventh place, eight points behind Folkestone Invicta with two games-in-hand.

Recent meetings

The two sides met in the reverse fixture at the Crucial Environmental Stadium back in November:

Ollie Pearce opened the scoring in the 11th minute to put Worthing 1-0 up, but a first-half brace from Cheshunt’s Rowan Liburd put the visitors ahead 2-1 at the break.

The Reds then had an array of chances which went begging in the second period, and with time running out Dean Cox floated a cross into an unmarked Dajon Golding, who saw his effort crash against the crossbar and cleared by Cheshunt to inflict Worthing with then  only their third defeat of the campaign.

Supporter information

Tomorrow afternoon’s fixture is pay-what-you-like day in aid of ProstateUK, with a minimum of £1 to be paid by supporters on the gate with all proceeds going to the cause.


Cheshunt Sports And Leisure Ltd
The Stadium, Theobalds Lane,
Cheshunt, Hertfordshire EN8 8RU

By Car

PLEASE NOTE there are currently road works on the M25 junction 25 and A10, so please allow plenty of time for your journey.

From the M25 motorway exit at Junction 25 taking the A10 (Great Cambridge Road) north following signs for Hertford. At the first roundabout take the third exit following signs for Cheshunt/Waltham Cross A121 (Winston Churchill Way). At the next roundabout take the first exit following signs for Cheshunt B176 (High Street). Continue under the Railway Bridge and turn left at the next mini roundabout into Theobalds Lane. Cheshunt Stadium is 800 yards along on the right hand side. The ground has a car park with spaces for 200 vehicles.

If travelling from the north, follow the A10 south through Cheshunt. Theobalds Lane is on the left 100 yards before the Winston Churchill roundabout (just after the pedestrian bridge). The entrance to the ground is 200 yards along the lane on the left hand side.

By Rail

Theobalds Grove Station is a 5 minute walk away on the corner of the High Street and Theobalds Lane and enjoys a half hourly service to Seven Sisters (Victoria Line) and Liverpool Street. Please note that Cheshunt Station is not the nearest station to the ground.

By Bus

Bus routes 310, 310a (Waltham Cross to Hertford) 242 (Waltham Cross to Potters Bar) and 251 (Waltham Abbey to Cheshunt) all stop at Theobalds Grove Station.

How to Follow

If you can’t make the game you can follow the game via the club’s Twitter account, or through live commentary provided at