Newcastle Falcons recorded back to back wins as they saw off Harlequins 38-32 in an enthralling fixture at Kingston Park.
Falcons impressed early on with two tries from Juan Pablo Socino whilst securing their first four-try Premiership bonus point since May 2015.
Falcons next home game is their return fixture against Lyon in the European Challenge Cup.
Newcastle Falcons were in action at Kingston Park tonight taking on Exeter Chiefs in the Aviva Premiership.
The Falcons attacked the Chiefs' 22-metre line when scrum-half Michael Young flung out a telegraphed pass which was intercepted by Exeter’s Devoto who homed in on the opening try of the game, just two minutes into the match.
Steenson landed the conversion, putting Exeter seven points up on Newcastle. Fly-half Mike Delany attempted to the level the playing field, scoring a 40-metre penalty in the thirteenth minute.
Despite being roared on by 8,061 fans,their biggest home crowd of the season, tries from hooker Scott Lawson and full-back Alex Tait were not enough to claim victory.
The win went to the visitors, by a margin of 32 points to 19.
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