The trio have all committed to remain at the club for the foreseeable future ahead of the 2021/22 season, following the premature end to the current campaign.
In a statement issued by Hednesford Town, the club confirmed the decision with the board keen to grow and 'deliver results' now and in the future.
"It is imperative we build for now and the future, to grow the club, expand the brand and deliver results and exciting football." the statement read.
"The guys have been an integral part of this, and are working non-stop to achieve these goals.
"Whilst we are a part-time club, the board and the management team are moving towards a vision, which has enabled everyone to work towards a full-time club status.
"KMR [Keenen Meakin-Richards] being in charge of both the Academy and First Team allows for this smooth transition, and Deakz [Graham Deakin] and Jemiah [Richards] have also been integral parts of also supporting and enabling this due to their other roles also being within the football world.
"All three’s efforts have already been seen and their desire to win, and be the best of the best on and off the pitch made a very easy decision to offer the contracts.
"This also now provides the club and players (both there now and any potential signings in the future) the platform & knowledge that Hednesford Town FC has both short and long term desires to develop and progress as quickly as possible up the leagues."