Denis Buckley, Jack Carty and Quinn Roux have all signed two-year contract extensions with Connacht, the club announced on Tuesday.
Roscommon natives Buckley and Carty are both products of the Connacht Academy and have racked up 103 and 67 appearances respectively for their home province. Both have represented Ireland at underage level with Buckley making the 2015 Emerging Ireland tour to Georgia.
Roux, who initially came to Connacht on a loan deal from Leinster, is currently in his third season at the Sportsground. He has played in 42 games and last June made his international debut for Ireland during the June tour to South Africa.
“These re-signings are another big boost for Connacht and our supporters on the back of Tom McCartney, Bundee Aki, Ultan Dillane, Finlay Bealham Niyi Adeolokun, Sean O’Brien, James Connolly, Peter Robb and Caolin Blade all recently signing contract extensions,” CEO Willie Ruane said in a statement.
“Obviously developing and retaining Connacht-born players like Denis (Buckley) and Jack (Carty) is a huge part of our vision of ‘Grassroots to Green Shirts’ and we value the commitment to their home province massively.
“Quinn (Roux) came to us a few seasons ago on the back of a difficult two years with injuries. He has really taken his opportunity with both hands and we’re delighted he sees his future here with Connacht.”
Head Coach Pat Lam added: “It’s fantastic to see these senior players sign on for the future with Connacht. Having witnessed the three of them grow and develop as players and men over the past four seasons, I’m personally very pleased that they will be part of a strong squad that will drive continued success on and off the field for Connacht.”