Point Lead

Some articles on points, point lead, point, lead:

Capital City Speedway - History
... the #18 4 For Fun Car.As of July 13 here are your points LeadersSteve Munro holds a 7 Point lead over Justin Holtom in the Late Model Class,Greg Ogilvie has a big 63 Point lead over Ken Sproule in Thunder cars,Ma ...
Stephen Mc Donagh - Playing Career - Inter-county
... to make history and claim a first title in twenty-one years as Limerick had a five-point lead with as many minutes left ... The Offaly forwards scored another five unanswered points in the time remaining to secure a 3-16 to 2-13 victory ... on that occasion and looked to be heading out of the championship as Tipp took a ten-point lead ...
Ciarán Carey - Playing Career - Inter-county
... All-Ireland champions Tipperary provided the opposition and took an eight-point lead at half-time ... going to make history and claim the title as Limerick had a five-point lead with as many minutes left ... The Offaly forwards scored another five unanswered points in the time remaining to secure a 3-16 to 2-13 victory ...
Marynell Meadors - USA Basketball
... The USA team started out with an eight point win over Japan, then won their next five with double-digit margins ... they trailed at halftime, but came back to win by ten points ... but the USA team finished the half with seven straight point, taking a lead they would not give up ...
Jack O'Shea - Playing Career - Senior
... it five-in-a-row in Munster as Cork fell by ten points in the provincial final ... The Connacht champions shocked Kerry and took a five-point lead inside the first twelve minutes ... Kerry had the upper hand for much of the game and were leading by two points with two minutes left to be played ...

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