First Team
Isthmian League Premier Division Tue 19 March Cheshunt Stadium
  • Pendlebury (41')
  • Nwachuku (65', 76')
Folkestone Invicta
  • Smith (21')
  • Sanogo (83')

Invicta travel to Hertfordshire on Tuesday evening for a rearranged fixture under the floodlights.

All Things Invicta

There have been no additions to Andy Drury’s squad since Saturday but midfielder Dean Rance has extended his loan deal from Scunthorpe United.

From The Manager

Manager Andy Drury spoke on Monday:

“After back to back wins we want to keep up that momentum and put together a positive run to take us to the end of the season. Playing on our pitch hasn’t been easy in the last 2 games but the important thing was to get the job done and pick up 6 points to put distance between ourselves and the bottom 4 and we have done that. With 9 games left we want to pick up as many points as possible to lift ourselves up the table.

“Tuesday night won’t be easy as they will be fighting for their lives. They got a vital win on Saturday and, just like us, will be wanting to keep up their momentum to put a real gap between themselves and the bottom 4. But our focus is on us and we want to go there and come home with 3 points.”


Invicta will line up in red and white stripes, with Cheshunt’s home kit being amber. 


Invicta took all 3 points when the sides met back in October, coming from behind with goals from Luke Holness and Ibrahim Olutade.

Invicta have picked up just a single point from the past 2 visits to Cheshunt Stadium, David Smith scoring in a 2-1 defeat in 2020 and a goalless draw in 2021.

Invicta have won at Theobalds Lane, a 3-1 FA Trophy win in 2016 thanks to goals from Joe Taylor, Ashley Miller and Ian Draycott.

The Opposition

With 9 games to play Cheshunt sit 18th in the Isthmian Premier Division with 30 points from 33 games. That leaves them 5 points clear of Margate who have played a game more, so a win for Cheshunt would leave them 8 clear of the drop with 8 games to play ahead of the meeting between the 2 sides next week.

Cheshunt have picked up a vital 7 points in the past 4 games, all of those against sides in the bottom 4 with 2 wins over Concord Rangers, a point against Kingstonian but defeat against Haringey Borough.

The Venue


Always check rail times/strike action before you travel. 

Cheshunt Stadium is just a short walk from Theobolds Grove which is on the London Overground. National Rail services also run to Cheshunt and Waltham Cross although they are further from the stadium so a taxi or bus might be needed.

It is possible to return to Folkestone from Cheshunt after the game by train, the last service leaving Theobalds Grove at 23:05 and returning to Folkestone after 1am, but we suggest getting an earlier train!


Adults £12
Concession £8
Young Person (13-17) £4
Child (Under 12) £2