Potters Bar Town have landed two new players for their trip to Horsham including one more from Stevenage - continuing the bonhomie between the two clubs.

Louie Henry played for Boro on Wednesday night as they won 2-1 at the Lantern Stadium in the Herts Senior Cup but will now get a taste of senior football.

The defender, and son of Boro legend Ronnie, joins on a work-experience loan.

He isn't the first from Stevenage to end up gaining experience with the Isthmian League Premier Division side.

David Hicks, Makise Evans, Theo Alexandrou, Owen Cochrane and Noah Mosanya have all pulled on the maroon shirts at one point in the last few seasons and Stevenage academy manager, Jorden Gibson, even praised the Scholars after the victory, thanking them for the care taken of their players.

Potters Bar have also signed Shane Cojocarel from Northwood.

His youth career began with QPR and Barnet before spells with Maldon & Tiptree, Cheshunt and FC Romania.