Yeovil Town Academy duo Lewis Dix and Neville Nzembela have gone out on loan. They have agreed terms with Southern League Division One South side Paulton Rovers, with the pair joining them until the end of the 2018-19 season. The move is described as a 'work experience' loan, which usually means that such players are provided to that club free of charge, on the condition that the parent club still has some influence over their availability.
Lewis is a defender/midfielder, whilst Neville is a striker. Both players are in the second year of their scholarship, which means the club will need to make a decision on their futures by the end of this season. Lewis arrived at the club 18 months ago from Waveney Football Club in Lowestoft, Suffolk whilst Neville was registered as a schoolboy with Stevenage before he got his Glovers scholarship.
Paulton currently lie in 16th place in the Division One South table, in what is a 20 team division. Although that means they're only four places off the relegation spots, they should be safe, given that basement pair Fleet Town and Barnstaple Town are currently eight points short of safety, and 14 points behind Paulton. They will quickly find out what sort of standard Barnstaple are though, as their first match involves a trip to North Devon in a Saturday 3.00p.m. kick-off. Good luck to both of them over the next couple of months.
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