BRENNAN Camp has joined Weymouth on a season-long loan deal from Bournemouth.

Camp, 19, played a pivotal role in the Terras' promotion to the National League last season.

The Portland teenager had returned to the Cherries for pre-season training but has agreed to join Weymouth for the entire 2020/21 campaign despite targeting a first-team call-up.

Camp's deal is the first sign of a continuation in harmony between Weymouth and Bournemouth following the departure of previous boss Mark Molesley.

New Terras' manager Brian Stock is a former academy coach at the Cherries and his acquisition of Camp marks his first deal as boss.

Camp is capped at Scotland under-19 level, thanks to his paternal grandfather Gerry Gow - himself a former Weymouth gaffer.

On Sunday, ex-interim manager Brad Asagba left the Bob Lucas Stadium along with coach Nick Bennett and player care staff Dave Popejoy.

Those exits were followed by striker Yemi Odubade's departure earlier today.