Winger Adam Radwan re-joined the Falcons' senior academy in the summer of 2017 after a string of impressive performances for the A-Team and in the Premiership 7s. The former Billingham RFC and Hartlepool Sixth Form College man is renowned for his pace and finishing ability. A star for the Falcons in the 2016 Singha 7s, Radwan spent the back part of the 2016-17 season with National One Club Darlington Mowden Park, having made his Falcons first team debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup trip to Saracens. Radwan's progress continued during the 2017-18 campaign, during which he won the Anglo-Welsh Cup Breakthrough Player Award. His pace and evasive running saw him as the top try-scorer during the European Challenge Cup, including back-to-back hat-tricks against Enisei-STM. Radwan made his Premiership debut during 2017-18, capping off a memorable year by winning Falcons' Academy Player of the Season and helping the Falcons to the final of the World Club 10s in Mauritius. During 2018-19 Radwan scored his first Premiership try during the away game at Bristol, and also scored his first Heineken Champions Cup try away to Edinburgh.