This is a converstion. Its worth 2 points.
It's spelled TRY.
You score a try on the try line.
you score a try in rugby
Its 5 points in the union code
he points his hand at the try line and blows the whistle
The main target for rugby players is to score a try which offers more points that penalties or drop goals following a try the attacking team has the chance of "converting " the try which adds points to the score
Score. There are two major ways to score, a goal or a try. Historically, a try only afforded you the opportunity to 'try' to score a goal. The historic origins of both rugby union and association football are the same however they have both evolved in different ways.
It comes from rugby, where a player has to literally touch the ball down in the end zone for the score to count. American football -- which evolved from rugby -- originally required players to touch the ball down, too. The rule was eventually eliminated, but the name of the score stuck.
a sport where you try and aim for the goal posts and score points to win and climb up the rugby league/union board and become first!
Tthe first try of the first Rugby World Cup - scored by Michael Jones, NZ (actually the first try was a penalty try; Michael Jones was the first player to score a try).
Rugby is a fun sport to play. It also helps you get fit and helps your brain to think well on how to get past your opponents to the other side and score a try! If you have not played rugby, go out with your friends and try it. You will see the fun in side you!
a tri is a rugby term. it is when the team scores by getting the ball into touch. it is much like a touchdown in American football.
Look on youtube for "Call of The Ospreys"
Rugby is one of the few sports where over celebration is scorned by officials and players alike. The basics are score a try - get a kick in as the clock is ticking.