Newcastle Falcons have announced that winger Adam Radwan has signed a new deal with the club at least until 2023.
A product of Newcastle Academy, Radwan played for them in the Singha 7s in 2016 and also featured for the Darlington Mowden Park in the 2016/17 season.
His senior debut for the Falcons came in the Anglo-Welsh Cup clash against Saracens and won the won the Anglo-Welsh Cup Breakthrough Player Award in the 2017/18 season.
Overall, he has played 35 first-team games for the club scoring 29 tries and in the last season of Championship alone he touched down 14 times in 15 matches helping the Falcons to gain promotion to the Premiership for the 2020/21 season.
“I love playing for the Falcons, there’s a really exciting future for the club following our promotion back into the Premiership and I want to be part of things here," he told in a statement released by the club.
Newcastle Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards lavished praise on the contribution made by the 22-year-old.
“Adam has that real excitement factor about his game, our supporters love him and it’s easy to see why.
“He played a big role in helping us secure our promotion back up to the top flight for the 2020/21 season, and through his own hard work he is now ready to make a big mark at the next level.”