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The Twins’ Story – How Kicks Inspired Them To Become Young Leaders

WATCH: Courtney and Nicole Dack, from Byker, were the the worthy winners of this year’s Young Leader Award at Newcastle United Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner.

The Twins first got involved in Premier League Kicks as players and have represented Newcastle United regionally, nationally and internationally on the field. The pair were in the Under 16 Girls squad that won the national Kicks competition in 2015 and this year were involved in coaching the Newcastle United side that went on to win the same trophy.

Courtney and Nicole have been committed volunteers delivering Kicks across the City, earning coaching and refereeing qualifications in the process. They now proudly deliver a new Kicks session in Byker, taking the project that has helped boost their confidence and aspirations into their own community.

Courtney and Nicole – what a story! We can’t wait to see what you do next!

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