BRIDPORT have signed Beaminster star duo Isaac and Noah House on dual-registration forms.

Chris Herbst will utilise the brothers when they finish their Dorset League Division One campaign for the Rainbows in April.

Bridport could also call upon their services inbetween Beaminster’s fixtures as the Memorial Ground side has four free Saturdays before the Bees end their own campaign.

The House siblings have 18 goals in 18 games between them this season.

Speaking to the Bridport News, Herbst said: “Isaac, I tried and he wanted to see the season out with Beaminster, which is fair enough.

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"I like that he had the commitment. I feel he could be coming into our starting line-up, or at least pushing.

“Noah is the same and has got the potential to be a big player for both teams. They’ve committed to Beaminster this season, so I can’t fault that at all.

“I didn’t want to tread on their toes and push it too much. If they want to play for me, they’ll play, that’s when I feel I get the best out of people.

“Hopefully they’ll be here for next season as well.”

The Houses’ arrival follows news of Beaminster boss Murray Legg becoming Bridport Reserves manager for the 2024/25 season.