The opportunity to convert two additional points after securing a try. A conversion may either be a place or drop kick, and must be taken at any point on the field parallel to where the try was scored. The kick must be placed between the posts and above the crossbar and is worth 2 (two) points.
The number of conversions attempted during the course of the match.
Drop Goals Attempted
The number of drop goals attempted during the course of the match. Each drop goal is worth three points and is earned when the player kicks the ball from the hand through the opposition’s goal, but the ball must touch the ground between the “drop” and “kick” action.
Always awarded under the posts, a penalty try is given if the match official believes a team illegally prevented a probable try from being scored.
Penalty Goals Attempted
The number of penalty goals attempted during the course of the match.
The action of securing points against the opposition.
Worth five points, a try is the primary method of scoring in rugby. The try is scored when a player uses downward pressure to place the ball down in the in-goal area between the goal-line and up to the dead ball line of the opposition’s half.