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Last Updated: Sunday, 16 December 2007, 17:50 GMT
Wilkinson on song in Falcons win
Jonny Wilkinson in action for Newcastle against Wasps
Wilkinson was in excellent form at Kingston Park
Jonny Wilkinson grabbed 19 points as Newcastle eased to a 39-0 victory over Connacht in the European Challenge Cup.

The England fly-half scored the Falcons's fifth and final try, as well as four conversions and two penalties to avenge last week's 16-13 defeat.

Leeds's miserable season continued as they went down to a 27-26 defeat to Calvisano in Italy.

Although they scored more tries than their Italian opponents, indicipline in their own half cost Leeds the win.

Bath marched to their fourth straight victory in the competition on Saturday as they trounced Albi 59-15 in France.

The win puts them in control of Pool One after they notched nine tries at the Recreation Ground with Shaun Berne and Olly Barkley both scoring twice.

Former All Blacks wing Rico Gear grabbed four tries as Worcester crushed Rugby Parma 66-16 in Italy.

The Warriors were 29-9 up at the break and Marcel Garvey completed a brace of tries in a one-sided second half.

Youngsters Chris Pennell and Mike Benjamin weighed in with late tries as their side repeated last weekend's 50-point win over their Italian opponents.

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