Following its postponement last week due to a waterlogged pitch, the match will now take place on Tuesday 25th April, kick-off 7:45pm.

Supporters will know that this is just 24 hours before our already scheduled Sussex Senior Cup semi final fixture against Hastings United on Wednesday 26th April.

The club have been in dialogue with representatives from the National League and Sussex County FA since the postponement of the Cheshunt fixture to see if the congestion could be eased, however owing to multiple factors, unfortunately a solution could not be found.

Club chairman Barry Hunter commented: “Naturally this creates a huge conflict as it schedules us to play 4 games in 8 days, which is not possible without compromise. Most of our supporters will understand that our priority is to finish our league season as high up the table as we can, with the ambition of securing a place in the National League South play-off places”.

“That said we hold the Sussex Senior Challenge Cup in high regard, having won the competition more times than any other club”.

“I know for sure that Adam will take this fixture seriously, with every intention of competing in the final – however to do so he’s be calling on our full registered squad”.

“We would also plan to speak with the Sussex FA at the end of the season in the hope we could work with them and other clubs to find ways to avoid the congestion experienced this season”