Flanker Eoghan Grace and winger Lewis Warner have signed new one-year deals with Plymouth Albion.
The Championship club have also signed scrum-half Richard Bolt on loan from Exmouth until the end of the season.
While both Grace, 26, and Warner, 22, have struggled with injury this term, they do have options for a second year.
Grace, who joined from Connacht in March, has been named on Albion's bench to face Jersey on Saturday after three months out with a knee injury.
Warner became a full-time professional in April, having previously juggled his rugby career with study for a masters degree.
"Although his season has been disrupted by injuries, Lewis has been really consistent in everything he has done and I'm looking forward to working again with him," Albion head coach James Shanahan told the club website.
"Eoghan has had limited game time this season due to a knee injury but when he does play he has that x-factor that some others don't have."