Three of Exeter City's talented youngsters have secured loan moves to non-league sides to help them with their development.
Jack Sparkes, 18, who has played four games for the first team this season, has joined Conference South side Chippenham on a one-month loan deal.
Chippenham currently play in the National League South and are two points outside the play-off places having won six of their 12 games so far this season. The Bluebirds are at home to East Thurrock United tomorrow.
Tiverton Town, who already have Josh Key and Joel Randall on loan at Ladysmead, have secured a deal for Max Smallcombe to join his City teammates at the club. Tivvy are just outside the play-off places, on goal difference, in the Southern League Premier Division South.
League rivals Dorchester Town welcome striker Ben Seymour to their club. The Magpies, who sit seven points behind Tivvy in the able, are the joint-third lowest scorers in the division and will be hoping Seymour's eye for a goal will lift them up the table in the coming weeks.
All loan deals are subject to FA approval, but it is hoped the three players will be eligible for action tomorrow.