London Irish have announced that Tom Fowlie, Theo Brophy Clews and Danny Hobbs-Awoyemi have all extended their contracts with the club.
The centres and prop hand the Exiles a boost as they look to avoid relegation from the Premiership.
Academy graduate Fowlie has made 14 appearances for the Exiles this term and underlined his credentials with a well taken try away to Newcastle Falcons in Round 5 of the Premiership.
Joining a number of London Irish players to have signed new deals in recent months, the former England age group international made his Premiership debut against Harlequins in 2014.
Developing into a quality centre, Fowlie is delighted to have penned fresh terms with his boyhood club.
“From the moment I joined London Irish’s academy, I have loved every minute of my time at the club,” said Fowlie, who was part of Irish’s promotion-winning team of last season.
“London Irish is an ambitious, forward thinking club and I’m thrilled to be part of Nick Kennedy’s set-up at Hazelwood.
“I’ve enjoyed a good amount of game time this season and I’m keen to keep working hard to cement my place in the starting XV.”