Jeff Clare, Wigan
You get points for a try in the sport of rugby league and rugby union football.
A try is 4 point, a converison is 2 points and a field goal is 1 point.
A touchdown (worth 1 point) is awarded when an attacking player places the ball on the ground, on or over the defending teams scoreline; after a team scores, the play begins again with a tap in the middle of the field by the non scoring team.
touch football is 1 , rugby league is 4 , rugby union is 5
The term TRY is used in Rugby League and Union this is when a player puts down the ball on the try. A try is worth 4 point in league and 5 points in Union. Touchdown is used in NFL, this is when a player is in the touch-down region of the field, and he can basically walk though it. Extra point is a field goal which is worth one point. This is used in all three games.
Yes, after every try, coversion and field goal.