Graham Posted March 5 Share Posted March 5 (edited) NRL ladder explained The NRL has a simple points system: victorious teams earn two points for a victory, while losing teams earn zero for a loss. There are two points for a bye. If a match is tied at the end of 80 minutes of regulation time, there are two five-minute halves of golden point, where any score will be the match-deciding one, be it a field goal, try, or penalty goal. The match immediately ends at that stage. If the two teams play out a scoreless golden point period, the match will be declared a draw, with both teams earning one point. There have been 12 draws since the introduction at the start of 2003, averaging to one draw a year. The teams with the most points will finish higher on the NRL ladder. NRL Ladder After Round 1 Edited May 13 by Graham The Australian Rugby League Forum Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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