Championship leaders Featherstone have handed new deals to three of their table topping squad.
Dickens, who has played in Super League for Salford, said: “The coaching staff are great, they are helping me to develop and improve my game, the club is going really well and we are now in a position to challenge for trophies every year. I love playing for this club and wouldn’t want to be playing anywhere else.”
Kain added: “We have a really strong squad which the club has invested in each year, on and off the park we get looked after and I’d like to help the club push for a Super League slot because these fans deserve to be in Super League.”
Featherstone’s only chance of being able to apply for a licence is if they appear in the Grand Final this season, having missed out last season and being eliminated in the group stages of this year’s Northern Rail Cup.