The New Saints has loaned out Scott Quigley (pictured) and Ryan Jones to Cymru Alliance side, Cefn Druids. The Saints has also loaned out promising full back, Luke Douglas to Guilsfield.
The youngsters have both agreed season long loans at The Ancients, with The Saints having a 24 hour recall option on Quigley.
Quigley spent time at Welsh Premier League side, Carmarthen last season and the powerful youngster has also featured for the TNS first team. He was also an unused substitute during the UEFA Champions League away fixture with Legia Warsaw.
Ryan spent time at The Rock last season and impressed by scoring 11 goals. The forward has appeared for the TNS first team and played against Prestatyn Town in the Premier Cup.
Luke spent time at both Crewe and Wrexham before joining TNS and the versatile defender has worked his way through the Scholarship programme.
Craig Harrison was happy for the lads to go out on loan and was hoping that the pair could become even better by being exposed to regular football; "Quigs got good first team experience at Carmarthen last year and he will be going to Druids for a season long loan. We have the option of a 24 hour recall but I want him to go there and get some vital match as well as tactical experience.
"The plan is for him to play games, week in, week out. Ryan is a year younger than Quigs and he did really well at Druids last year and I am sure that he can do well again this season. Luke needs to be playing regular football. By going out on loan I am sure he will gain valuable experience."