London Broncos have added three more players to their squad ahead of their Super League kick off against Widnes this weekend.
Australian half back Ben Farrar, former Broncos three quarter Jamie O’Callaghan and St Helens prop Carl Foster have all joined.
Farrar, 27, has played for Parramatta Eels, North Queensland Cowboys and Manly Sea Eagles in the NRL and also has Super League experience having joined the Catalan Dragons for the 2011 season.
Farrar featured alongside fellow Aussie Scott Dureau, making 13 appearances and scoring three tries.
Jamie O’Callaghan is one of the capital club’s longest serving players.
A strong running centre or wing O’Callaghan, 23, made his Super League debut for Harlequins RL in 2008 and over the next six seasons made 94 first team appearances scoring 20 tries.
He is an Ireland international and returns to the club after initially signing for the London Skolars.
Carl Foster, 21, is a St Helens-born prop who made his Super League debut in 2011 for his hometown club and went on to make three more first team appearances in 2012.