Date: 27th November 2008 at 9:17pm
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Former Rangers youth produce Kieron St Aimie has been loaned out from Barnet for the second time this season.

The deal takes the 19-year-old to Broadhall Way, Stevenage on a one-month loan deal.

St Aimie who has fallen out of favour at Underhill will join up with Graham Westley`s side to fight for his place with a former Rangers loanee Callum Willock.

Kieron made one professional appearance for QPR in the 2-1 League Cup defeat at home to Leyton Orient. His memorable moment in a Rangers shirt came earlier, when he scored a stunning solo goal against Celtic in a pre-season friendly.

His days in W12 were numbered after the new investment, and his fruitless loan spell at Oxford United saw him released by manager Luigi De Canio.

He joined up with Barnet where it was hoped he would flourish in League Two, but six starts and nine substitute appearances later, he is still searching for first team experience.

A brief loan spell at Grays Athletic was a much needed confidence booster, as the R`s youth product bagged two goals in four starts with the Gravelmen.

A short wait has seen Stevenage take Kieron on loan, as he looks to continue his development and search for first team football.

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