Celtic Dragons have announced South Africa attacker Lefebre Rademan as their first recruit ahead of the 2022 Netball Superleague season.
She is joined by 21-year-old defender Annabel Roddy, who has left Loughborough Lightning.
Rademan, 25, left London Pulse to move to the Cardiff-based team.
She joins former Pulse assistant coach Danielle Titmuss, who is now in charge in Cardiff following the summer departure of Tania Hoffman.
Nia Jones and Georgia Rowe are back on home soil for the new season. They have joined Dragons after leaving Severn Stars, while recent Scotland call-up Hannah Leighton has joined from Wasps.
Fellow Wales internationals Leila Thomas, Clare Jones, Shona O'Dwyer, Eleanor Roberts, Celyn Emmanuel and Lucy Howells have opted to stay with Dragons, while Laura Rudland, Katarina Short and Louise Marsden have also committed to them.
Dragons won just one and lost 19 of their 20 games last season, finishing bottom of the table.
Titmuss was also head of Pulse's academy and in a career spanning 14 years, she has coached club, university, English pathway and franchise teams across the country, including a spell at state teams in Sydney, Australia and said on her appointment joining Celtic Dragons fulfilled a "lifelong ambition".
Dragons have also undergone a brand refresh before the new campaign.