Leyton Orient midfielder makes Stevenage debut while QPR winger named in matchday squad for first time
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Bradley Pritchard made his debut for Stevenage in their 1-1 draw at Oxford United on Good Friday.
The midfielder, who was one of three players to join the club in the week leading up to the game, played 79 minutes for Boro before being replaced by Tom Conlon.
Although deployed as a wide midfielder at times this season for his parent club, the hard-working 30-year-old played a central role alongside Michael Tonge. In doing so, he became the 45th player to wear the Stevenage shirt so far this season.
Keith Keane, back in his third loan spell at Boro on a one-month deal, started at right-back following his arrival from Cambridge United while Charlie Adams, who was also on loan at Stevenage last season, has joined the club on a short-term deal and was on the bench.
He was joined there by QPR teenager Jake Mulraney.
The winger was brought to Stevenage on a month’s loan at the start of March but has been injured since the week he arrived so has yet to play any minutes for Boro.