Hull FC quartet Jez Litten, Jordan Lane, Ross Osborne and Jack Sanderson have joined Kingstone Press League 1 side Doncaster on a season-long loan.
Litten, who made his Super League debut earlier this year against Warrington Wolves, returns to the Dons with Lane having spent the latter part of 2017 on loan at the South Yorkshire-based side.
Osborne and Sanderson also link up with Richard Horne’s men for the 2018 campaign on loan having featured in Hull’s Reserves side and the City of Hull Academy team respectively.
Prop forward Osborne, who penned a two-year extension with the Airlie Birds last year, has already spent time in the League One competition having featured for York City Knights in 2017.
Sanderson, who signed a two-year deal with the Black and Whites a few months ago, has been a key performer for the City of Hull Academy on the wing, helping them reach their first-ever play-off semi-final.
On the loan moves, Hull FC head coach Lee Radford said: “The four of them are at the natural stage in their career where they need to be playing week in, week out.
“They’ll get the opportunity to do that in a tough, physical division and it will be a good experience for them.”