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Tuesday 10 Jan 2017
Midfielder extends stay with League Two outfit

Northern Ireland Under-21 midfielder Dale Gorman has secured a contract extension with Stevenage FC. 

The 20-year old, who had previously signed a deal with the Hertfordshire club at the end of 2015, has agreed to an improved contract which will keep him at the Lamex Stadium until 2019. 

To date this term the young midfielder has made 18 appearances for Stevenage, who currently lie 13th in Sky Bet League Two. He scored his first goal of the season - and his first in professional club football - away at Barnet in December. 

Gorman, who joined Boro from Letterkenny Rovers in 2015, is one of three Northern Ireland U21 internationals currently in Stevenage manager Darren Sarll’s first team squad. 

Between them Gorman, Ben Kennedy and Ryan Johnson have made more than 100 appearances for the League Two outfit already.

And Northern Ireland Under-19 international Nathan Kerr has also made his first team debut for Stevenage this season.