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Saracens joined Bath in the qualifying for the Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-finals thanks to a 41-8 victory over Newcastle at Allianz Park on Sunday.
Saracens led 15-8 at the interval after five penalties from scrum-half Ben Spencer, while Newcastle wing Tom Catterick score the only try of the first half.
But it was one-way traffic after the break.
Two tries from number eight Jackson Wray early in the second-half gave the hosts a comfortable lead, before full-back Ben Ransom and replacement lock Tom Jubb scored a try apiece in the last quarter to secure the bonus-point win and top spot in Pool One.
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