Where are they now?

Darren Murphy during a pre-season friendly against a Fulham XI in July 2011. Photo: Kevin Coleman 20

Darren Murphy during a pre-season friendly against a Fulham XI in July 2011. Photo: Kevin Coleman 2011. - Credit: Archant

John Mousinho has re-signed on loan from Preston North End. Here’s where Boro’s other League 2 promotion winners of 2011 are now...

Former Stevenage striker Byron Harrison. Photo: Alan Millard.

Former Stevenage striker Byron Harrison. Photo: Alan Millard. - Credit: Archant

Stevenage signed former player John Mousinho on loan on transfer deadline day.

The midfielder, who will stay with Boro until the end of the season, was the man who scored the winning goal in Stevenage’s 2011 League 2 play-off final win against Torquay United at Old Trafford.

Here, the Comet looks at where the other members of that promotion-winning matchday squad are now

Starting XI


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Ronnie Henry – Luton Town

Mark Roberts – named captain at Fleetwood Town when he joined in the summer of 2013

Michael Bostwick – Peterborough United

Lawrie Wilson – moved to Charlton Athletic in 2012

Stacy Long – Eastbourne Borough, currently on loan from Ebbsfleet United

John Mousinho – now back at Stevenage on loan from Preston NE

Joel Byrom – at Preston NE

Darius Charles – still at Stevenage

Craig Reid – released by Southend United last week

Subs

Joe Welch – Bromley FC

Jon Ashton – Stevenage club captain

Darren Murphy – Cork City following spells at Port Vale, Macclesfield Town and Woking

Peter Winn – Macclesfield Town

Ben May – Ebbsfleet United, following a spell at Dover Athletic

Chris Beardsley – Currently on loan at Bristol Rovers from Preston North End

Byron Harrison – Cheltenham Town having left Boro for AFC Wimbledon in 2012

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