Hemel Hempstead Town have announced that academy player Joe Fitzgerald will move to Aylesbury FC on a season-long loan.
Midfielder Fitzgerald came through the Tudors` ranks and made one first-team appearance towards the end of last season.
The youngster, who was also with Tring Athletic, made his debut for the Moles over the Bank Holiday and was named man of the match in the `El Quackico` derby defeat to Aylesbury United on Monday.
Meanwhile, Harry Osborne and Harly Wise have been released by Tudors` boss Dean Brennan.
Twenty-two-year-old Osborne had only joined Hemel earlier this month.
He signed for the Tudors` league rivals Welling United on a one-year deal in June 2015 after leaving Charlton Athletic.
Osborne had two spells on loan at the Wings having spent the first part of the 2014/15 season in the Conference (National League) South with Sutton United, where he had played three times on loan in 2013/14.
Osborne, who can play at full-back or centre-back, was released by the Addicks at the end of that season.
F ormer Queens Park Rangers youngster Harly Wise also joined Hemel just ahead of the new season.
The 20-year-old defender came up through the ranks at Loftus Road and signed his first professional contract in March 2014.
He had been a regular in the R`s under-18s and then progressed to the under-21s before being released at the end of last season without making the breakthrough into the first-team.
He had been on trial with League One side Swindon Town for most of pre-season before signing for the Tudors