Exeter Chiefs forwards James Hanks and Ben White have agreed new deals that will keep them at Sandy Park for a further two years.
The Chiefs duo have followed the earlier lead of team-mates Chris Whitehead, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Will Chudley, Phil Dollman and Carl Rimmer in commiting to the Devon-based club.
Hanks, who has to date made 176 appearances for the club, is one of the side's longest-serving players having first made his debut for the Chiefs back in 2005 against the Cornish Pirates.
White, on the other hand, is still somewhat of a relative newcomer having signed during the summer of 2011 from Cardiff Blues. He has so far appeared 31 times for the Chiefs, although his current campaign has been hampered by a knee injury sustained in the home win over Harlequins.