Scrum-half Luke McGrath and hooker Sean Cronin have signed new contracts with Leinster to extend their stay with the province.
Today’s news comes in the wake of several players signing new deals at Leinster.
On Tuesday Dave Kearney, Ross Molony, James Tracy and Tom Clarkson all committed their futures to the recently crowned Pro14 champions.
The following day David Hawkshaw, Scott Penny, Jack Conan and Hugo Keenan added to the group of players who will remain with the province for the foreseeable future.
McGrath and Cronin have been key in establishing Leinster as the dominant force in Ireland and as serious contenders on the European stage.
28-year-old McGrath recently captained Leinster in their Pro14 final victory over Munster.
The scrum-half made his debut for the province in 2012 against the Dragons, and has gone on to make 146 appearances for Leinster.
Cronin joined Leinster in 2011 following a spell with Connacht. The 34-year-old made his debut later that year and has represented the province on an impressive 192 occasions.