Exeter City’s Jordan Dyer and Noah Smerdon have joined Tiverton Town on six-month loan deal, subject to Football League approval.
Dyer, who was an unused substitute in a couple of Exeter City first team games last season, made 16 appearances on loan at Tiverton Town last campaign and can play in defence or midfield.
Smerdon, who recently signed for City from Gloucester City, started his career as a youngster at West Bromwich Albion.
He is a promising talent who can play at left-back of centre-half and featured a few times for the Grecians this pre-season, including in a friendly at Tiverton Town.
Both players have joined Tivvy until January 18 and are due to play in their pre-season friendly against Torquay United tomorrow. Tivvy play in the Southern League Premier Division South and are managed by former Exeter City full-back Martyn Rogers.