London Broncos have announced a partnership with Championship One side Hemel Stags for the 2013 season.
The agreement will allow the Super League side to provide the Hemel Stags with up to five players on dual-registration terms.
Broncos head of youth performance Phil Jones said: "It is an exciting time to see the arrival of Hemel as a professional club.
"I hope this partnership will provide some support to their development."
He added: "It will also allow some of our squad players the opportunity to compete in a very exciting competition."
The agreement, similar to one with London Skolars, will see the two clubs share strength, conditioning and medical knowledge throughout the season.
Miles McLeod, Jack Molloy and Dan Sarginson have already been registered to play for the Pennine Way outfit.
Bob Brown, Hemel chief executive said: "We are delighted that, as a result of the partnership agreement, the three players that have signed dual registration contracts are ex-Hemel juniors."