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Q: Can your knees touch the ground before scoring a try in rugby?
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What are tries in rugby league?

Tries is scoring in terms of Rugby League, A try is 4 points.


What is the highest scoring Rugby League draw?

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How does the scoring system in rugby work?

you try and boom you scored.


What muscles are used when scoring a try in rugby?

The thigh and the back muscles are the most commonly used muscles when scoring a try in rugby. Other muscles also play a role but the most common stances when scoring a try are the crouching or diving stance.


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What is called rugby ground?

A Rugby Ground normally refers to the playing area, changing rooms and any associated ground area. The playing area is called a rugby pitch


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Who invented the touchdown and when was it first introduced into the game of football?

== == The touchdown came from rugby. In rugby, you score a try by advancing the ball into the opponent's end zone and then pressing the ball to the ground. The requirement that a player has to ground the ball is where the term "touchdown" comes from. Gridiron football eventually abandoned that requirement but retained the terminology. It became part of American football in 1876, when the U.S. colleges playing football agreed to a standard set of rules based loosely on the English rugby code. The touchdown initially awarded no points -- it merely gave the scoring team the opportunity to attempt a kick directly out on the field from where the ball was touched down. This is where the extra point came from. Rugby still uses the same system for scoring a conversion after a try. Incidentally, touchdowns in rugby also initially counted for no points, which is why the touchdown in rugby is called a try -- it initially meant that the scoring team was given a "try" for goal. When a numerical scoring system was put in place in 1883, touchdowns counted for 4 points. It increased to 5 points in 1897 (and remained that way in the Canadian game until 1956!) and finally to 6 in 1912. The requirement to physically touch the ball to the ground was removed in 1889.


What was the highest scoring rugby game?

Highest scoring international game was October 27th, 1994. Hong Kong 164 - 13 Singapore. Total 177 points.


What is a try?

A try in rugby refers to the act of touching the ball down behind the opposing goal line, scoring points and entitling the scoring side to a goal kick.


Is it a rugby pitch or field?

Its refered to a rugby pitch and the whole area is called the rugby ground, this included that stands etc.

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