Leinster have confirmed three more contract renewals, with Ireland internationals Caelan Doris and Jordan Larmour among those committing their futures to the province, as well as versatile back Tommy O'Brien.
Leo Cullen's side have been staggering their contract news in recent weeks, with several players agreeing new deals, including Cian Healy, Jamison Gibson Park, Josh van der Flier and Rhys Ruddock.
Munster's Springbok Jason Jenkins was also confirmed as their latest new signing last Friday.
The retention of Doris will be the most pleasing to Leinster fans, with the 23-year-old becoming one of the most influential players for both province and country in recent months.
Having spent time out of the game last season due to complications around concussion, the flanker and number 8 has started Ireland's last eight games, while he was named Player of the Series during the November Test window.
However, the length of Doris's new contract has not been revealed.
Larmour's contract extension was confirmed earlier today, with the 24-year-old having scored five tries in eight games this season.
The wing has won four URC titles and a Champions Cup since his debut in 2017, as well as earning 30 Ireland caps, and has been released from international camp to play for the province this Saturday in their URC trip to Benetton (live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player).
Former Ireland U20 captain O'Brien is on course for his best season since making his debut in 2019.
The 23-year-old centre and wing has played seven times this season, starting the province's last two games, while he also made his Heineken Champions Cup debut, coming off the bench in their Round 1 win against Bath at the Aviva Stadium in December.