Bristol Rovers have made two new signings ahead of next season.
Bath City winger Andy Sandell has joined The Pirates for an undisclosed fee, while former Bristol City trainee Oliver Barnes crosses the divide to The Memorial Stadium.
Sandell arrives at Rovers on a two-year contract, having also started his career as a youth trainee at Bristol City before moving to non-league football.
The left-sided attacking midfielder joined Bath from Paulton Rovers in £1,500 move last summer, but his performances at Twerton Park this past season have seen him make the jump to League Two with Paul Trollope's side.
Barnes arrives at Rovers after failing to earn a professional contract with The Robins this spring.
The teenage defender impressed Pirates director of football Lennie Lawrence during a recent trial spell to earn a pro contract with City's arch-rivals.
One player that has been released by The Pirates is goalkeeper Ryan Clarke.
The custodian failed to make an impression with the West Country outfit this past season and been made surplus to requirements.