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Cardiff down 14-man Newcastle iChallenge Cup as forgottemcor

The Welsh team were far too strong for their English visitors, emerging 42-10 victors

Cardiff maintained their unbeaten record in this terms EPCR Challenge Cup as they dispatched 14-man Newcastle Falcons with six tries at the Arms Park.

Dai Youngs team had hit a couple of bumps in the road before with home defeats against Ospreys and Scarlets in the United Rugby Championship.

But they have performed well in the Challenge Cup and were able to extend their winning sequence to three in the 2022-23 competition, this comfortable victory putting them back on top of Pool A with one round of matches to play.

They are guaranteed a place in the last 16 of the tournament and will travel to Brive next weekend aiming to seal a top-four finish in the group and a home draw in the next round.

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Given that Brive have been abysmal in the competition to date, losing 61-5 to Connacht over the weekend, it would be a surprise if Cardiff didnt get what theyre looking for.

They were much too good for the Falcons.

Josh Adams quite looked the part at full-back and Owen Lane scored two tries, with Ellis Jenkins catching the eye at the breakdown and the unheralded Keiron Assiratti using the chance of a rare start to perform solidly. Rhys Priestland also ran the game impressively.

Lane took the official man-of-the-match honours. The wing barely figured in Wales contention under Wayne Pivac, not helped by injuries, but he took his scores well here, with Warren Gatland watching.

As well as Lanes brace, Lloyd Williams, Rhys Carre, Josh Adams and Harri Millard crossed for the hosts, with hooker Alun Walker replying.

Newcastle were disappointing, again.

Cardiff had thrashed them 47-10 at Kingston Park before Christmas, and for a while the damage on the scoreboard looked as if it might be even worse in the Welsh capital. But the visitors did manage to put the brakes on their hosts after the break, even with reduced numbers.

It would be wrong to say the dismissal of Newcastle full-back Elliott Obatoyinbo for a high tackle just before half time was a turning point as Cardiff were ahead 21-3 at that point with three tries on the board.

The English side were unable to cope with the Welsh teams ability to lift their game and Cardiff got the start they were looking for after the previous weeks slow opening against the Scarlets.

Cardiff were 14-0 up in five minutes as Lane and Lloyd Williams punished a visiting team who looked half-asleep.

In fairness, had Newcastle been at their most alert they might have struggled to do much to check Mason Grady in full-flight. The young centre hit the line like a clap of thunder before the ball was recycled quickly and nice passing saw Adams put Lane in at the corner.

Minutes later the visitors were lining up beneath their posts again.

They appeared to have checked an initial Cardiff pack rumble but forgot to keep an eye on Lloyd Williams, who picked up off the floor a yard out before touching the ball down.

Tian Schoman pulled back three points with a penalty, only for Lane to intercept a loose pass 65 metres out for his second and Cardiffs third try.

Newcastle were left with a mountain to climb when Obatoyinbo was dismissed after a dangerous challenge on Jason Harries. Carre threw salt in by crashing over from a metre out in the next passage of play to help make it 28-3 at the break.

The second half was untidy, though the result was never in doubt.

A beautifully conceived try that might have come out of the Leinster playbook saw Lloyd Williams send out a pass to Rhys Priestland, who sent an inside ball the way of Adams, who swerved outside and inside the defence.

Walker retaliated with a short-range score, but Millard had the last word in the try stakes when he sprinted clear down the left after Jenkins gathered a loose ball and flicked out a reverse pass.

A job well done for Youngs team, then.

Their European hopes for the campaign continue to burn brightly.

Tries: O. Lane (2), L. Williams, R. Carre, J. Adams, H. Millard. Cons: R. Priestland (6).

Try: A. Walker. Con: T. Schoeman. Pen: T. Schoeman.

Cardiff:Josh Adams; Owen Lane, Mason Grady, Ben Thomas, Jason Harries; Rhys Priestland, Lloyd Williams; Corey Domachowski, Kirby Myhill, Keiron Assiratti, Seb Davies, Teddy Williams, Josh Turnbull (captain), Ellis Jenkins, Taulupe Faletau.

Replacements: Efan Daniel, Rhys Carr, Will Davies-King, James Ratti, James Botham, Ellis Bevan, Jarrod Evans, Harri Millard

Newcastle Falcons:15 Elliott Obatoyinbo, 14 Adam Radwan, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Pete Lucock, 11 Ben Stevenson, 10 Tian Schoeman, 9 Sam Stuart; 1 Adam Brocklebank, 2 Charlie Maddison, 3 Richard Palframan, 4 Greg Peterson, 5 Josh Peters, 6 Gary Graham (captain), 7 Tom Marshall, 8 Carl Fearns.

Replacements:16 Alun Walker, 17 Logovii Mulipola, 18 Mark Tampin, 19 Matthew Dalton, 20 Pedro Rubiolo, 21 Michael Young, 22 Josh Thomas, 23 Iwan Stephens.

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Cardiff have surged back to the top of their EPCR Challenge Cup pool with a six-try thrashing of Newcastle Falcons at the Arms Park.

Owen Lane scored two tries, with Lloyd Williams, Rhys Carre, Josh Adams and Harri Millard also touching down.

Newcastle will take some consolation from fronting up and limiting the damage in the second half after having full-back Elliott Obatoyinbo sent off for a high tackle just before the break.

But they were already 21-3 down by the time Obatoyinbo saw red for a dangerous hit that saw him connect with a shoulder to Jason Harries chin area.

They were poor, but a team can only beat whats in front of them and Cardiff, hit by injuries themselves, were able to prevail without too much bother.

Seconds after being named as man of the match, Owen Lane limps off.

Hopefully, it wont prove serious.

The big wing has had an otherwise fine afternoon

Owen Lane is named player of the match.

Its another lovely score from Cardiff, one that owes everything to the skill of Ellis Jenkins.

The flanker pounces upon the loose ball and flicks out a reverse pass off the ground to put Harri Millard free.

He takes off like a rocket and theres no point Newcastle chasing.

Its try number six for Cardiff.

Unfortunately, the try scorer hurt himself in the art of breaking away and scoring.

The game has gone into something of a lull, with the result settled.

But Rhys Carre gives the crowd something to cheer by locking over the ball to win a turnover penalty.

Its taken more than an hour, but Newcastle have finally put their first try on the board.

Hooker Alun Walker is the scorer, ploughing over from short range for a debut touchdown.

Its a fifth try for Cardiff, and its a well-worked score.

In fact, it looks out of the Leinster playbook.

Lloyd Williams sends out a pass to Rhys Priestland, and the fly-half conjures a killer inside pass that finds Josh Adams.

Playing full-back for the day, Adams runs outside then inside for a lovely score.

Owen Lane is luckly to keep his head on his shoulders amid a swinging arm from Argentinian Pedro Rubiolo.

Its dangerous but doesnt connect.

The referee decides to settle for a penalty against Newcastle.

The offender can count himself lucky.

Efan Daniel is penalised, and Newcastle tap and go.

Adam Radwan trips over himself and Daniel is over the ball like a wolf scenting a lamb chop.

Thats outstanding work from the youngster.

Rhys Carre gives away a second scrum penalty.

Josh Turnbull protests to the referee, reckoning that the Newcastle tight-head if guilty of hinging.

The second half has started with Newcastle kicking off and looking to somehow drag themselves back into this game.

Cardiff are in charge at the Arms Park with four tries against opponents whove had a man sent off.

Cardiff immediately make the visitors pay for Obatoyinbos indiscretion.

They take a tapped penalty through Efan Daniel, and Carre comes into proceedings like a runaway van or a steam train, whatever metaphor you prefer.

Hes unstoppable from a metre out.

Thats Cardiffs bonus-point try.

Rhys Carre is penalised at a scrum, meaning its another penalty against Cardiff five metres out.

Its potential danger for the hosts, but Taulupe Faletau intercepts and steps on the gas, making 40 or so metres before kicking ahead.

Cardiff make ground to the shadow of the opposition posts before spreading play left.

A dangerous tackle from Elliott Obatoyinbo, hitting Jason Harries around the chin area with a shoulder, is jumped on by the match officials.

Its reduced numbers for Newcastle for the rest of the game.

Ellis Jenkins gives away a penalty and Newcastle kick for touch.

Rhys Carre, on for Domachowski, stalls the initial thrust but Cardiff give away penalty through Kirby Myhill, who is yellow-carded for his troubles, more than a shade harshly it has to be said.

Meantime, Assiratti has returned to the fray after his HIA.

Efan Daniel is on as replaement hooker.

Its all happening in the Cardiff front row.

Newcastle try their luck with a short-range driving maul, so often their tipple of choice in the Gallagher Premiership, but it doesnt get far, thanks to brilliant work from Taulupe Faletau.

Seconds later, Cardiff repulse a second maul.

Newcastle have a two-man overlap but they dont take advantage.

Owen Lane comes up with a great read 65 metres out to intercept a pass before sprinting clear for the try.

Its his second score of the afternoon.

The Lane train is steaming here today.

Corey Domachowski suffers a bump after being propelled into a ruck by Seb Davies.

But the big man recovers rapidly to continue.

Will Davies-King has just come on as a replacement for the injured Keiron Assiratti.

It should prove good game experience for the tight-head.

Newcastle are wearing a kit that is a kind of pea-green in colour.

Those who know about such things might call it sage.

Whatever, they are off colour so far in this game.

A long kick goes dead, meaning theres a scrum 45 metres back up the field.

Newcastle get some points on the board as Cardiff give away a penalty and the visitors fly-half Tian Schoeman puts the ball between the posts.

The dream start for the hosts continues.

Cory Domachowski is to the fore as the home pack rumbles towards the line.

But they forget about Lloyd Williams as the scrum-half picks up and touches down.

Mason Grady hits the line like a clap of thunder. The ball is recycled at pace, Josh Adams coming into the line and Owen Lane finishes out wide.

Were underway in Cardiff with Teddy Williams charging down an attempted clearance.

But Newcastle regroup smartly, through Elliott Obatoyinbo, and clear to touch.

Warren Gatland is in the house, having a final look at Wales squad contenders before naming his panel for the Six Nations.

The bookies make Cardiff 1/4 to win this one.

Newcastle are 11/4 to take the spoils.

The montage of his tries is quite incredible. He dan do nearly anything. You just want to see him with ball in hand because he can do some real damage.

So says Tom Shanklin about Newcastle wing Adam Radwan.

Cardiff wont want to see him do real damage, thats for sure.

But the jet-heeled wing is a danger.

As he prepares to make his first start for Cardiff,@teddywils303looks ahead to Sundays @FalconsRugby

Its a competition the club takes very seriously and we all want to be competing for silverware if possible.

Cardiff director of rugby Dai Young is expecting Newcastle to prove a tougher nut to crack than they were when the Welsh side ran riot at Kingson Park recently, posting seven tries while running out 47-10 winners.

In truth, it would be hard for them not to be.

Young said: We were disappointed to lose two home derbies recently but this competition gives us a change of focus and an opportunity to compete for silverware.

Our victory up in Newcastle at the beginning of last month was one of our more complete performances and that is what we need to get back towards.

We are expecting a tough challenge and Newcastle to be stronger than on that occasion and they will be travelling down to Cardiff with plenty of confidence following an impressive win over Leicester Tigers.

We have selected a strong side and the target for us now is to secure a home fixture in the last 16. The club has a good history in this competition and we want to go as far as possible.

So these next two fixtures in Europe are really important both in terms of giving us the best possible chance in the competition but also to regain some confidence and momentum to take back into the league.

Were not talking 1066 and all that.

Instead, December 17, 2022, is the date of interest here.

It was when Cardiff went up to Kingston Park and gave the Falcons a sound thrashing.

The Welsh side were superb on the day.

There were two tries from Josh Adams and one apiece from Rhys Priestland, Owen Lane, Rhys Carre and Mason Grady, with a penalty try lobbed into the mix for good measure.

Cardiff finished up as 47-10 winners.

Dai Young expects a much more challenging game in the return.

Fair enough, but Cardiff will be disappointed if they dont win.

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