if you kick the ball between the middle two posts you get 6 points but if you kick the ball between the outer two posts you get 1 point
To outscore the opposition by scoring a higher total of points. A goal in Australian rules is worth 6 points. A goal is achieved by kicking the ball through the two tallest scoring posts. There is a set of four posts at each end of the ground. A team can score at only one set (which alternates each quarter). Because kicking a goal is with 6 points it's very much the preferred scoring method. A behind is worth 1 point. A behind is scored by kicking the the ball into either of the taller posts, kicking the ball between a tall post (goal post) and the short post (behind post) or by having the ball carried, handballed or punch over the goal line.
in Canada and the middle of the USA
A touchdown is worth 6 points. After the touchdown, teams either kick the ball through the goal posts for a single point, or they take the ball on the 5 yard line and try to get the ball into the end zone for two points.
dead ball, goal posts are considered same as out of bounds, unless ball goes through. in that case, it is a field goal, 3- points.
To Unlock special units, score points by killing enemies and taking command posts. To Unlock Hero or Villain, score the most points in a certain amount of time. To Unlock special weapons, gain points from killing and gaining posts. I hope that answers your question.
There are three point systems in rugby, but two ways of scoring in rugby. The first one is to score a try by placing the ball down in the scoring zone, you need to place pressure to be able for it to count, i.e you cannot drop the ball over it. The other way of scoring is by penalty or drop kicking the ball though the posts. After the try if you convert (by kicking the ball through the posts you get an extra two points. Try=5 points Conversion=2 points (try must be scored) Penalty or drop kick=3 points
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there are three ways to score one is by a touchdown (6 points) another is by a field goal (3 points) (point after touchdown[PAT]=1 point) and another way to score is by safety (2 points) THERE YOU GO :] __________________________________________________________ actually that's not AFL. there are no touchdowns or field goals. in AFL there are two ways to score. If the ball is kicked through the two large posts, it is a goal, worth six points. If a ball is kicked through a large post and a small post, it is a behind, worth only one point. or, if the ball is touched, hanballed, or put through the large posts by the opposing team it is a behind instead of a goal.
Australian football is Australia's national sport, invented in the 1850's in Melbourne. It is played by two teams of 18 players on the field and (in the National competition the AFL) 3 interchange players and 1 substitute. The game is played on an oval shaped field of varying sized but is approximately 170m long and 150m wide. There are 4 posts at each end of the field, two 'goal' posts, which are 15m high and 6.4m apart and two 'behind' posts on the outside of the goal posts. The object of the game is to score a 'goal' by kicking the oval shaped ball between the goal posts. This awards the team 6 points. Hitting the goal post with a kick or kicking between the goal post and behind post awards the team 1 point. An Australian football score would look like 15.7.97 which equates to 15 goals (total 90 points) and 7 'behinds' (total 7 points) for a total of 97 points. The winning team is the team with the most number of points in total.
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