AFC Bournemouth academy pair Ferdinand Okoh and Owen Palmer have both gone on work experience loans.
Okoh has linked up with Isthmian League Premier Division outfit Haringey Borough and Palmer has joined Southern Premier South Wimborne Town.
The two second-year scholars starred for Alan Connell’s under-18s as they won the EFL Youth Alliance and reached the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup this season.
Okoh, who made one appearance during a work experience loan with Truro City in February, scored on his debut for Haringey in their 3-1 defeat at Margate on Saturday.
His fifth-minute opener was cancelled out by an effort from Ken Feyi before a Ben Greenhalgh penalty and a goal from Benas Vaivada sealed Margate's comeback win at Hartsdown Park.
Meanwhile, Okoh's Cherries team-mate Palmer impressed on his debut for Wimborne Town in their 4-1 defeat by Southern Premier South high-fliers Hayes & Yeading United at New Cuthbury.