Western Force have added three further Argentina players for next year's Super Rugby AU and trans-Tasman crossover competitions.
Pumas Domingo Miotti, Tomas Lezana and Santiago Medrano will all return to Australia to take up a contract with the Force next year, taking the club's Argentine recruitment to five after the had already signed scrum-half Tomas Cubelli and star hooker Julian Montoya.
Lezana and Medrano have both signed two-year deals with the Force while Miotti has only inked a contract for next season.
"It's a very exciting time for the club and I'm thrilled to be a part of it," Lezana said.
"The Force has a great balance of local talent and world-class signings, so to be able to learn and work alongside this group of players and coaches is fantastic."
Lezana will add experience to a talented collection of Force back-rowers while Medrano will add depth in the front-row.
"I have heard great things about the passionate fan base and rugby community in Western Australia, which I can't wait to experience," Medrano explained.
"I'm really looking forward to developing my game and showing the fans what I'm capable of."
Lezana has been capped 39 times at international level and was recently a part of the historic maiden triumph over the All Blacks, as was Medrano.
Miotti, meanwhile, had been cutting his teeth as Argentina's star fly-half Nicolas Sanchez's understudy, coming on in the weekend's 16-all draw with Australia when he kicked two penalties and a further conversion.
"The club is delighted to have Santiago, Tomás and Domingo join us after their commitments with the national team have wound up," Force coach Tim Sampson said.
"All three players were in the matchday squad versus the Crusaders in the Super Rugby Grand Final in 2019, so they bring important experience at Super Rugby level to the squad.
"We're looking forward to seeing them in Perth."