European Challenge CupNewcastle (24) 64Tries: Penny, Hodgson 2, Uzokwe, G Young, Radwan 3, Kibirige, Burrows Cons: Flood 3, Hodgson 4Enisei-STM (0) 7Try: Morozov Con: Kushnarev
Newcastle secured their place in the European Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a crushing 10-try win against Enisei-STM at Kingston Park.
Winger Adam Radwan scored a hat-trick to bring his tally this season in the competition to seven.
Joel Hodgson (two), Tom Penny, Simon Uzokwe, Glen Young, Zach Kibirige and Ryan Burrows claimed the other tries.
Russian side Enisei could only muster one score in reply through replacement prop Valery Morozov in the second half.
Newcastle secure top spot in Pool One with a game to spare before the sides meet again in their final group stage match on Saturday in Tblisi, Georgia.
Newcastle: Hammersley; Kibirige, Penny, Flood, Radwan; Hodgson, M Young; Lockwood, Sowrey, S Wilson, Green, G Young, M Wilson (capt), Uzokwe, Burrows
Replacements: Blamire, Davison, Payne, Vickers, Witty, Stuart, Cowell, Willis.
Enisei-STM: Kushnarev; Baranovs, Mikhaltsov, Kacharava, Trishin; Gaisin, Shcherban; Polivalov, Selskii, Zykov, Saulite (capt), Elgin, Gachechiladze, Krotov, Rudoi.
Replacements: Gasanov, Morozov, Grey, Orlov, Budychenko, Uzunov, Nepeivoda, Gargalic.
Referee: Pierre Brousset (France)