A try is the most exciting way of scoring in rugby union. They are worth

**five points**- the maximum number of points you can score in one go in rugby union. A try is scored when a player touches the ball down inside the opposition's in-goal area between the try line and dead ball line.How does Points work in rugby?

A try is worth five points, which is the most number of points you can

**score**at once. A penalty try is worth exactly the same as a normal try — five points. A converted try is worth seven points: Five points are awarded for the**initial**try and two more are awarded when the goal kicker kicks the**ball**over the crossbar.How do you score 5 points in rugby?

**Points**can be

**scored**in several ways: a try,

**scored**by grounding the ball in the in-goal area (between the goal line and the dead-ball line), is worth 5

**points**and a subsequent conversion kick scores 2

**points**; a successful penalty kick or a drop goal each

**score**3

**points**.