Bonus Point

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Saracens F.C. 2007–08 - Heineken Cup
... games against the same team in the previous season, Saracens ran out bonus point winners but with defensive frailties causing anxious moments going into the final minutes of the game ... ahead several times during the game, they finally went down to a single point defeat when Biarritz scored a penalty from near the half-way line in the dying moments of the game and ... Biarritz in tight game the following day, Saracens record of taking a bonus point of some description from every game saw them top the pool table at the half way point ...
Danish Women's Handball League - Competition Format
... The six teams with most points at the end of the regular season advance to the play-offs ... Teams ending first and second at the regular season start with one bonus point ... Group A is formed by Number 7 from the league (2 bonus points), number 10 from the league (1 bonus point) and number 2 and 4 from the 1st division ...
Rugby Union Bonus Points System
... The Rugby union bonus points system is a method of deciding table points from a rugby union match ... Under the standard system, points are awarded as follows 4 points for a win. 2 points for a draw ...
Cardiff Blues - History - 2008–09 - Heineken Cup
... The Cardiff Blues began their Heineken Cup campaign with a 20–56 bonus point victory away to Calvisano ... This was followed by a bonus point 37–24 win against Gloucester at the Millennium Stadium ... A bonus point 62–20 win ensured that the Cardiff Blues remained the only unbeaten team in the pool stages of the 2008–09 Heineken Cup with the Cardiff Blues claiming the top seed and a ...

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