North Wales Crusaders 2019 Squad.
The winger linked up with North Wales ahead of the club's debut campaign back in 2012 and was a constant in the side for the next six years.
Massam, who has gone on to earn full international caps with Wales, has racked up an impressive 98 tries in 112 appearances for Crusaders.
As he has now returned to Wrexham for 2019, you would expect him to become the first player to reach a century of tries in a Crusaders shirt.
The halfback, who has been capped by England at student level and travelled to Australia for the 2017 World Cup, has worked under Murray previously at Gloucestershire All Golds.
Before spending the 2017 campaign with the All Golds, Stead had played a couple of matches for Keighley Cougars earlier in his career and spent a full year with Hemel Stags in 2016.
He was on the books at Coventry Bears last year, playing a pivotal role for the Midlands club in the halves.
The prop, who was on the books at St Helens before his time at Rochdale, was a regular in Crusaders' side in the second half of the 2017 season, but injuries saw him sit out the early stages of last year.
Once he returned to fitness, though, he was straight back in the side and his work rate in the forward pack was second to none.
Thompson's re-signing for 2019 is a solid piece of business by North Wales as he will no doubt be key part of the squad once again this season.