Newcastle loved a cushty bonus-point victory to sentence bottom-of-the-table Worcester to a different defeat.
Adam Radwan’s spectacular fourth-minute attempt was adopted by a 23-metre driving maul completed off by George McGuigan.
Radwan collected his personal kick behind the Warriors defence for his second because the guests ended the half pointless.
Sean Robinson secured the bonus level after 56 minutes earlier than Worcester scored late comfort tries via Jamie Shillcock and Ted Hill.
Radwan’s spectacular diving end gave Falcons a dream begin, with the winger dotting down one-handed following a flowing workforce transfer.
If the primary was a triumph for the backs, the second was one for the forwards, with a driving maul from a line-out seeing Newcastle splinter the Warriors pack to maneuver swiftly in direction of the road and permit McGuigan to drop over the road.
Radwan had his second after 19 minutes, amassing Luther Burrell’s looping go earlier than kicking behind the Warriors defence and beating the overlaying Noah Heward to the ball.
Warriors head coach Jonathan Thomas modified the complete entrance row after 25 minutes and a penalty quickly adopted, however Duncan Weir missed from the tee and Worcester remained scoreless on the break.
The guests made a greater begin to the second interval however fluffed a golden alternative after 53 minutes when Shillcock’s go failed to search out the unmarked Tom Dodd, with the ball rolling harmlessly into contact.
Falcons secured the bonus-point attempt three minutes later when second row Robinson picked an incredible line via the defence earlier than sidestepping Shillcock to cross the whitewash.
Worcester lastly bought over the road 11 minutes from time when England centre Ollie Lawrence made a robust burst earlier than offloading to Shillcock to complete.
Hill then crossed with three minutes to go, utilizing the benefit to select up a free ball that had been intentionally knocked on by Falcons substitute hooker Jamie Blamire, for which he was yellow-carded.
Since opening the season by beating London Irish in November, Warriors have misplaced all 18 league matches they’ve performed since, with their solely different two ‘wins’ awarded for Covid-postponed video games.