What is a try in rugby

  • What is a try in rugby

Photo : Lawi Lawrence Buyachi scoring the winning try for Kenya against Spain.

A try is when the runner who has the ball touches the try line.

His / her team is awarded 5 points and a conversion.

A conversion is like a penalty which is given after each try.

It gives the kicker an extra 2 points if he /she scores it through the poststry

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