Midfield trio Gary Fisher, Paul Archibald and Mark Ferry all put pen to paper, signing contracts to keep them at Cliftonhill for the 2016/17 season.
The three players are the latest to commit their future to the club, with Darren Young attempting to keep the nucleus of the squad that served the club so well throughout the last season.
Young commented: "Gary has been a stand-out again for us this season, dominating and driving us on from the middle of the park. He could once again be a big player for us."
"Mark Ferry has come in and played his part with his composure, creativity and experience being vital to help us over the line."
"Young Paul has come in and done magnificently. He's only just turned 18 and has a lot to learn, however, if he keeps up the way he has trained and played, then there's no reason he can't go on and play at a higher level."
The re-signing of the three are a real boost to the club, as we look to consolidate and grow as a club over the next season. It is indeed exciting times ahead to be a Rovers supporter.
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From one extreme to the other - Reidy with a record number of appearances to Kerjean who hasn't been in the door 5 minutes! Good news re Reidy, Ross and Fish. Paul is young so another season at this level will do him some good. He has plenty of pace which is a good start. Ferry I can take or leave if I'm honest.