Ben May has joined Barnet on loan

12:33 10 March 2012

Ben May battles with Younes Kaboul in Boro

Ben May battles with Younes Kaboul in Boro's recent FA Cup match against Spurs. Photo: Alan Millard.

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Striker follows Peter Winn (Grimsby) and Phil Edwards (Rochdale) out of the door this week

Ben May has joined Barnet on loan.

The Stevenage target man has joined the League 2 outfit for the rest of the season in a bid to get more first team football having dropped down the pecking order this last fortnight at Boro following the arrival of strikers Jordan Slew, on loan from Blackburn Rovers, and Patrick Agyemang, on loan from QPR, to the Lamex.

A former Millwall and Scunthorpe United forward, May has struggled to find the net during his 18 months at Stevenage and this season has made just 10 appearances.

His one league goal in more than 25 appearances for the club was the third goal in the 3-3 draw with Bury on the last day of last season, a result which booked Stevenage’s place in the League 2 play-off places.

May joins Peter Winn (Grimsby) and Phil Edwards (Rochdale) in leaving Boro for pastures new this past week on loan.

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