ST KILDA forwards Beau Maister and Terry Milera have joined Farren Ray in re-signing with the Saints.
AFL.com.au reported last week that Ray, 27, was on the verge of re-signing with the Saints to the end of 2015.
The Saints confirmed Ray's re-signing on Thursday morning and announced Milera, 25, and Maister, 27, had also re-committed to the club.
Milera re-signed to the end of 2015, but the Saints did not specify the length of Maister's new contract.
Ray was drafted by the Western Bulldogs with pick No. 4 in the 2003 national draft, but crossed to the Saints in the 2008 trade period.
A member of St Kilda's 2009 and 2010 Grand Final teams, Ray has played 97 games with the Saints and 172 in total.
The midfielder has been one of the Saints' most consistent players this season, averaging 20.5 disposals in his 15 games.
Milera has played 25 games for the Saints since arriving as a mature-age recruit from Port Adelaide's SANFL team at the end of 2011.
The small forward kicked 19 goals from 15 games last year, but kicked just seven from 10 games this season before an ankle injury ended his season.
Maister, who changed his name from Wilkes at the start of this season, started his AFL career with West Coast, where he played 23 games after being selected in the 2005 rookie draft.
Delisted by the Eagles at the end of 2010, Maister was given a second chance by the Saints after an outstanding 2011 season in the WAFL with Claremont.
Drafted by the Saints with pick No. 68 at the 2011 national draft, Maister has played 17 games for the Saints and kicked 25 goals.