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A YOUNG Castlederg man has been appointed physio at one of the leading Aviva Premiership clubs in England.Kyle Mortland will join the physio team at Newcastle Falcons, managed by former England player Dean Richards, next week.Every time you log in to Date Locally Chronicle Live you can see if people have been looking at your profile and access your own Date Locally Chronicle Live inbox, which contains all your sent and received winks and personal messages.There are additional features for full members which allow you to reveal more of your personality, including your dating diary.The Derg lad who has just completed a Masters in Sports Exercise Medicine at University of Ulster, Jordanstown, travels to Newcastle on Sunday to begin work on Monday morning with the Junior Academy at the Kingston Park club.Mortland, 22, is looking forward to getting his foot on the ladder with a professional sports set-up.

Nevertheless, Reading held on for the remainder of the game to secure their place in the semi finals which are over one leg.“Essentially I become a member of the physio team and whereever I am needed that’s where I’ll be, be it first team, 18s or whatever.“Through my involvement with the Northern Ireland U18 set up I have got a little insight into the fact that professional sport operates on a different planet.READING FC Under 23s are through to the Premier League Cup semi finals after beating Newcastle United Under 23s 1-0 away from home.USA youth international Andrija Novakovich scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot 18 minutes before the end to win today's quarter final at Whitley Park.Exc Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.

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