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We can confirm that the club has signed Stevenage 'keeper, Nathan Harness, on loan for the remainder of the season.

Will Hunt picked up an injury during the Tiverton Town match last weekend. Despite trying to carry the injury for the duration of the match, he was eventually replaced by centre half Kieran Ogden.

Will is due to see consultants this week regarding his injury and is expected to be out of action for a number of weeks.

Nathan arrives at Creasey Park following an exciting run in the FA Youth Cup with Stevenage, beating Luton Town, Bromley and Fleetwood Town, before being beaten in the 4th Round Proper by Middlesborough.

Harness has also had a successful season in the EFL Youth Alliance with Stevenage, gaining a place in the Merit League 1.

The club would like to thank all at Stevenage for their assistance in securing Nathan, and welcome Nathan and his family to the club.


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