The Chiefs has re-signed their outside back trio Tim Nanai-Williams, Robbie Robinson and Asaeli Tikoirotuma for the next two Super Rugby seasons.
All three players have signed until 2014 and Chiefs coach Dave Rennie said, "These are all quality players, who have bright futures and are an important part of the Chiefs programme."
Former Highlander Robbie Robinson said that his move north had proved to be the right move,"I had some personal goals that I wanted to achieve and feel I am heading in the right direction and improving in the Chiefs environment."
Robinson's signature was joined by that of Counties Manukau's Tim Nanai-Williams who is in his third season with the Chiefs.
"The Chiefs are one big family and family and loyalty are important to me," the twenty-three year old Williams told APNZ.
New Zealand Conference winners the Chiefs have also extended Asaeli Tikoirotuma's contract after he made his debut in Super Rugby this season.
Tikoirotuma equaling a previous record of scoring four tries in one match against the Blues.
Tikoirotuma said about his new contract "I love being part of the Chiefs. Super Rugby is just awesome and I'm really enjoying it."