You cant score against your own country if you are a selected international you are considered of that country to be capped, so its No one.
You score 5 points for a try, and 2 extra points if that is converted. 3 points are on offer if you score a penalty or a drop goal.
Amongst 1st tier teams, the record for points scored in a Rugby International goes to New Zealand for their 145 points scored against Japan at the 1995 world cup (final score 145-17) and for an individual the record goes to Simon Culhane who scored 45 points in that match (1 try, 20 conversions). But the record in all test matches goes to Hong Kong who beat Singapore 164-13 in a 1994 World Cup qualifying match. In that match fullback Ashley Billington scored 10 tries for an individual total of 50 points.
The points value of a try was increased from 4 points to five points in 1992. The first player to score an international five point try seems to have been Inga Tuigamala for the All Blacks vs the Wallabies in Sydney on 4th July, 1992.
Two points.a union try is scored at 5 points with a successful conversion being a further 2 point
Michael Jones, New Zealand, scored the first try in World Cup Rugby in NZ vs Italy 1987, but the first score of the match was a penalty try so the first person to score any points in that game was Grant Fox who converted the penalty try.
to score points
John scored 61 points.
RUNS are scored in baseball....there are no points.
14 points against 6