Cornwall have signed backs Jack Sander and Kyle Marvin for the 2024 season.
Cornish-born centre Sander, 24, grew up in rugby union earlier than taking on the 13-man recreation whereas at Oxford College and enjoying within the Varsity match towards Cambridge.
Marvin has performed in Canada and England and has expertise of the Nationwide Convention League.
The 23-year-old, who holds twin Canadian and British citizenship, can play at centre or on the wing.
He was with Rochdale Mayfield final season – the facet who beat Cornwall of their first-ever Problem Cup tie.
“He is performed a number of video games at NCL degree which, as we noticed first hand final 12 months, is an excellent normal of soccer,” head coach mike Abbott advised the membership web site.
“Kyle has been coaching with the lads for a number of weeks now and like so lots of our additions over the shut season, can provide us cowl in multiple place.”
Abbott added: “We had a take a look at Jack on the again finish of final season and he travelled with us to a few away video games too.
“We have been impressed with him on the pitch however like all of our gamers, we have to take a look at greater than that.
“Jack being based mostly in Cornwall meant we might supply him the prospect to indicate us what he was like off the sphere too, and his angle to study and develop as a participant has been first-class.
“He has rugby league expertise from enjoying the sport at College and I’ve seen these Varsity video games, they’re top quality matches performed by good gamers.”