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A 77th-minute try by former Newcastle scrum-half Will Chudley completed a hugely satisfying night on Tyneside for Exeter with a bonus point 32-19 victory - only their third Aviva Premiership win of the season.England internationals Ollie Devoto and Thomas Waldrom and winger James Short plundered the other tries for the fired-up Chiefs, while fly-half Gareth Steenson weighed in with 12 points - three conversions and two penalties - as last seasons beaten Premiership finalists regained a measure of their mojo at the expense of a much-improved Newcastle side.Newcastle were roared on by their biggest home crowd of the season - 8,061 - but, despite tries from hooker Scott Lawson and full-back Alex Tait - failed to claim the consolation of a losing bonus point.It was Exeters first Premiership fixture since Semesa Rokodugunis 88th-minute try consigned them to an agonising 13-10 defeat against Bath three weeks ago, but they got off to a flying start on a freezing night on Tyneside.Newcastle were attacking on the Chiefs 22-metre line when their England Saxons scrum-half Mickey Young flung out a telegraphed pass which England centre Devoto snaffled before racing clear for the opening try.Steenson landed the conversion and, with just two minutes on the clock, Exeter held a 7-0 advantage. They were pegged back to 7-3 when Newcastles Kiwi fly-half Mike Delany nailed a 40-metre penalty after 13 minutes.Exeter enjoyed the lions share of possession as the opening half progressed but they spurned a couple of line-out drives in the left corner and were made to pay when Newcastle cut loose on the counter-attack after 26 minutes.Wing Marcus Watson, an Olympic silver medallist in Rio with Englands Rugby Sevens squad in August, sliced through the Exeter defence with a diagonal run and, after lock Will Witty was stopped just short, Lawson followed up to score from close range and put Newcastle 8-7 up.Delany hooked the conversion wide, which gave Exeter the chance to build a handy cushion before the interval. Waldrom, Exeters New Zealand-born No 8, powered over from a line-out drive in the right corner after 33 minutes and Steensons conversion gave the Chiefs a 14-8 lead.Two minutes into the second half Steenson stepped up to nail his first penalty, stretching Exeters lead to 17-8. They only held their nine-point advantage for three minutes, though, Delany stroking a penalty to cut the visitors lead to 17-11.After Newcastle lock Callum Green was yellow carded for deliberately playing the ball on the floor, Steensons right boot made it 20-11 to Exeter.As in the first half, the Falcons hit back. Flanker Mark Wilson did the damage with a crash ball break, paving the way for Tait to score after 56 minutes. Delany could have cut the gap to a single point but again hooked wide his conversion attempt.Then, on the hour, Exeter opened up a 27-16 lead as Short exploited some lacklustre defending to score the Chiefs third try which Steenson converted.Delany kicked a penalty after 66 minutes and after full-back Phil Dollman spilt possession when diving over on the right, the livewire Chudley darted over from the blindside of a short-range scrum to clinch the bonus point after 77 minutes. Clearance Air Max 90 Shoes . Traditional contenders Brazil, Greece and Turkey drew the other three spots to complete the 24-team field for this summers tournament in Spain, basketball governing body FIBA announced Saturday at its meeting in Barcelona. Air Max 90 Shoes For Sale . In Europe, top teams seem to be largely happy with their squads after spending nearly $1 billion in the off-season. 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On Friday hell play No. 4-seeded David Ferrer, who beat fellow Spaniard Tommy Robredo 6-2, 6-1, 6-1. Tsonga was runner-up to Novak Djokovic at the 2008 Australian Open, his best Grand Slam result. Ranked No. 8, he dominated Federer with his blend of power and athleticism. "Give some credit to the old Jo-Willy Tsonga, please," Federer said. Federer took a 4-22 lead but played like a mere mortal after that as the match rapidly slipped away.dddddddddddd He blew three overheads, missed several easy volleys, hit no aces, dropped serve six times and took a shot to the body on the point that put Tsonga ahead to stay in the final set. Facing a break point, Federer sliced a drop shot, and Tsonga raced forward to scoop it up. He whacked a backhand that clipped the net cord and then drilled Federer under his right arm. That made it 4-3, and Tsonga quickly won the final two games. When he closed out the victory, Federer greeted him with a gracious smile and a congratulatory pat on the stomach. A jubilant Tsonga then went spinning across the court, waving his arms as the partisan crowd roared. Federer, long a fan favourite in Paris, also earned a lusty cheer as he headed to the exit. He responded by applauding the crowd. "I should have won the first set," Federer said. "Unfortunately I couldnt regroup." The last time Federer lost to a player ranked so low in a major tournament was at Wimbledon two years ago, when the No. 19-ranked Tsonga overcame a two-set deficit to beat him. The French Open has always been the most difficult major event for Federer. He won his lone Roland Garros title in 2009 to complete a career Grand Slam and tie Pete Sampras record of 14 major titles. Now 31, he has yet to win any tournament in 2013, his longest drought to start a year since 2000. 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