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Famous Rugby Players Names

 
Rugby Player NameCountryAchieved Score
Brian O'Driscoll Ireland 190 points
Dan Carter New Zealand 173 points
Johnny Wilkinson England 163 points
Jonah Lomu New Zealand 147 points
Chris Ashton England 140 points
Martin Johnson England 137 points
Richie McCaw New Zealand 135 points
Keith Wood Ireland 114 points
George Gregan Australia 114 points
Fabian Pelous France 112 points
Doug Howlett New Zealand 111 points
Imanol Harinordoquy France 110 points
Juan Martin Hernandez Argentina 110 points
Victor Matfield South Africa 106 points
John Eales Australia 104 points
Sergio Parisse Italy 99 points
Raphael Ibanez France 96 points
Jason Robinson England 94 points
Jason Leonard England 93 points
Lawrence Dallagio England 93 points
Diego Dominguez Italy 93 points
Christophe Dominici France 91 points
Augustin Pichot Argentina 89 points
Paul O'Connell Ireland 87 points
Richard Hill England 87 points
Sylvain Marconnet France 87 points
Gavin Hastings Scotland 86 points
Allessandro Troncon Italy 86 points
Martin Castrogiovani Italy 81 points
Bryan Habana South Africa 78 points
Christian Cullen New Zealand 72 points
Tim Horan Australia 71 points
Shane Williams Wales 69 points
Matt Burke Australia 61 points
Tana Umaga New Zealand 49 points
Vincent Clerc France 46 points
Rocky Elsom Australia 43 points
William Servat France 37 points
Sebastian Chabal France 37 points
Serge Betsen France 34 points
Olivier Magne France 34 points
Christophe Lamaison France 34 points
Os du Randt South Africa 33 points
Gareth Thomas Wales 32 points
Yannick Jauzion France 31 points
Will Greenwood England 30 points
Mils Muliaina New Zealand 30 points
Percy MontgomerySouth African 29 points
Vilimoni Delasau Fiji 29 points
Rugby Player NameCountryAchieved Score
Martyn Williams Wales 28 points
Carlos SpencerNew Zealand  27 points
Rob Howley Wales 25 points
Joe Rokocoko New Zealand 25 points
Neil Back England 23 points
Francois Pienaar South Africa 21 points
Schalk Burger South Africa 21 points
Gethin Jenkins Wales 21 points
Anthony Foley Ireland 20 points
Matt Giteau Australia 19 points
Clément Poitrenaud France 18 points
John Smit South Africa 18 points
Frederic Michalak France 18 points
Neil Jenkins Wales 18 points
Ben Cohen England 17 points
Rupeni Caucaunibuca Fiji 17 points
Bakkies Botha South Africa 17 points
Ma'a Nonu New Zealand 16 points
Trevor Brennan Ireland 15 points
Ronan O'Gara Ireland 15 points
Josh Lewsey England 15 points
Juan Smith South Africa 14 points
Jannie De Beer South Africa 14 points
Denis Hickie Ireland 13 points
Stirling Mortlock Australia 13 points
Kieron Reed New Zealand 12 points
Felipe Contepomi Argentina 12 points
Gregory Kacala Poland 12 points
Phil Vickery England 11 points
Jerry Collins New Zealand 10 points
Malcolm O'Kelly Ireland 10 points
Geordan Murphy Ireland 10 points
David Wallace Ireland 9 points
Peter Stringer Ireland 9 points
Gordan D'Arcy Ireland 8 points
Daisuke Ohata Japan 7 points
Mauro Bergamasco Italy 7 points
Takudzwa Ngwenya USA 7 points
Fernandez Lobbe Argentina 6 points
Fourie Du Preez South Africa 6 points
Chris Paterson Scotland 5 points
Dan ColeEngland 4 points
Carl Hayman New Zealand 4 points
Austin Healey England 3 points
Patricio Albacete Argentina 3 points
Rodrigo Roncero Argentina 3 points
Jamie Heaslip Ireland 3 points
Marco Bortolami Italy 3 points
Kevin Mealamu New Zealand 2 points


Know about Rugby Score System

Try-5 Points
When the ball is grounded over the goal line of the opponent in the goal area, a try is scored. A try is the highest number of points that can be scored by a rugby team at one time. In case a player scores a try but for foul play by the opposition, a penalty can be awarded to him.

Converting a Try – 2 Points
After a penalty is awarded, the attacking team is given a chance to add two more points to their scoreboard by kicking a conversion between the posts from any place in line where the try was scored.

Penalty Goals – 3 Points
A penalty can be awarded to the other side if the referee determines that a team has broken any of the laws of the game. Out of the several options of how to best utilise the resulting possession, the team can opt for the choice to kick a penalty goal.

Drop Goal – 3 Points
The dropped goal is different from conversion or penalty kick as it takes place when the ball is in play. A drop goal can be scored when a player kicks for goal during an open play by dropping the ball trying to kick for the poles just after the balls hits the ground.

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