BILLERICAY Town have been boosted by the news that Ody Alfa and Themis Kefalas have extended their loan deals with the club.

The youthful duo have shone since joining Town on loan from Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers.

And Billericay player-manager Jamie O’Hara has managed to ensure winger Alfa and Kefalas, the central defender, will remain with the National League South side for an extended period.

Both loanees are in line to feature when Billericay make the short journey to Dartford tomorrow.

The two sides will lock horns in the only National League South encounter of the weekend.

And a victory would see Billericay climb as high as ninth in the standings, while hosts Dartford would leapfrog Town if they were to collect all three points.

However, O’Hara will be seeking an improved performance seven days on from being defeated by strugglers Tonbridge Angels.

Femi Akinwande marked his debut with an early goal, while Alfa was also on target for Billericay.

But Town capitulated in the second half, conceding three goals and O’Hara admitted to being embarrassed at the final whistle.