Forty-one tries have been scored in four rounds of the 2014 Six Nations Rugby Tournament. There were twelve tries in Round 1, eight in Round 2, eight in Round 3 and thirteen in Round 4.
The team that has scored the first try in nine of the twelve games played has won the game. The exceptions are: Italy who scored the first converted try against Scotland and Ireland who scored the first converted try against England in Round 3; Scotland scored the first converted try against France in Round 4 (and outscored France two tries to one).
Scotland scored their first tries of the Tournament in Round 3. Wales did not score a try in Rounds 2 and 4. France did not score a try in Round 3.
Thirty-one of the forty-one tries scored have been converted.
This is a timeline of try scoring in the Tournament using Match Centre data provided by Accenture on the official RBS Six Nations’ website.
Six Nations 2013: Italy v Wales (Simone Ramella, CC BY 2.0)