Leinster have confirmed that Jack Conan, Hugo Keenan and Scott Penny have signed new contracts with the Pro14 club.
The news follows after Dave Kearney, Ross Molony and James Tracy also extended their stay at the club.
Conan has been with Leinster since his professional rugby debut in 2014 and has made nine appearances for the club this season. He also scored the only try in Leinster's PRO14 final win over Munster.
The 28-year-old also represented Ireland 20 times since his international debut in 2015 and was part of the Six Nations squad earlier in the year.
Meanwhile, fullback Hugo Keenan has been part of Leinster in 2016 and is named among the nominees for EPCR European Player of the Year this season. He has played 11 Tests for Ireland since his debut in 2020 and has scored four tries in it.
Former Ireland Under 20 international Penny joined Leinster in 2018 and went on to score nine tries from 11 games in the Pro14 2020/21 season.
Apart from the trio, the club also had confirmed that fly-half David Hawkshaw has signed his first senior contract with the club. He made his senior debut for the Irish province during the Pro14 game against Glasgow in November.
Leinster recently completed their fourth consecutive Pro14 title win and will face La Rochelle in the semi-final of the Heineken Champions Cup on 2nd May.