First Tryscorer Rugby Refund on All World Cup Pool Games

Place a first tryscorer wager with Sportsbet on Rugby World Cup pool matches and you'll be refunded if your losing selection scores the second or even third try of the match.

The wait is over, the Rugby World Cup has begun! For the big guns the early games are about racking up the tries and piling on the points against lesser opponents. Finding the first tryscorer in these encounters isn’t always easy but Sportsbet have a wonderful World Cup promotion that’s helping their customers out.

First Tryscorer Offer on Every World Cup Pool Match

Place a first tryscorer wager with Sportsbet on pool matches and you’ll be refunded if your losing selection scores the second or even third try of the match. That’s money back, up to $100 if your player doesn’t get the first five pointer but does manage the next one or even the one after that. This ripping rugby refund is available on every group game in the tournament with your first bet per match qualifying for the Sportsbet’s special. 40 fixtures will be played in the pool phase of the competition giving punters plenty of opportunities to keep their cash if their opening tryscorer bets are unsuccessful.

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Kiwis Keen to Pummel Pumas but who’ll get the Opening Try?

The All Blacks should face their toughest test in the group stage in their opener against Argentina but the defending champions are still expected to put on a score. The outside backs are at the short prices to cross for the first try in Monday morning’s match. Speed Machine Julian Savea is the $7 favourite, while Nehe-Milner Skudder is the only other player under $8. Centres Ma’a Nonu and Fekitoa Malakai are both at $12.

Kiwi Captain Richie McCaw was a surprise opening tryscorer in the two team’s most recent clash in July, the back rower is paying $17 to repeat that feat. Superstar fly half Dan Carter usually has a hand in setting up the tries, he’s $19 to sneak over first at Wembley. It would be shock if the Pumas posted the first try and that’s reflected in their players prices. None are under $20 to grab the game’s opener!