Coventry Rugby have confirmed that forwards James Voss and Ben Adams have signed new two-year deals at the Butts Park Arena.
Former England Students second row Voss joined Cov on a dual-registration basis from Leicester at the start of the current campaign.
Since then he has played 14 times for the Blue-and-Whites, mainly as a lock forward but also on the blindside flank.
Voss, who turns 25 in July, made the switch to Leicester from Jersey towards the end of last season.
This brought his second spell with the Channel Islanders to an end, having initially joined the club as a 17-year-old in 2011. The 6ft 6in forward has also spent time at Gloucester and Hartpury.
Versatile back-rower Adams also arrived in Coventry last summer after a two-year spell with Greene King IPA Championship rivals Bedford Blues. He has subsequently made 17 Blue-and-White appearances.
The move up the M1 reunited the 28-year-old with director of rugby Rowland Winter, who initially brought him from his native Australia to then-National Two outfit Cambridge in 2015.
Adams went on to lift his club’s player-of-the-season award during the Blood & Sand’s promotion campaign, and in the process earned himself a move to Goldington Road.
Prior to arriving in Europe, Adams played international sevens for Australia and also appeared in the NRC for Queensland Country.