The pair have both enjoyed breakout seasons in 2016, with Wright playing 10 games, including the final eight games of the season, while Minchington played 13 matches this season.
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“Nathan’s committed approach to his training has seen him overcome injury and spend a greater amount of time in the seniors in 2016,” Bains said.
“Nathan brought a real toughness to our forward line, with his move from defence clearly adding flexibility to our line-up.
“We were really happy with Darren’s season and his improved form has seen him play a greater role in the senior side.
“We love his tackling pressure, he is dangerous around goals and he has shown some promising midfield play. I am sure our fans will enjoy watching him continue to develop in 2017 and beyond.”