EXPERT SESSIONS AND ADVICE FROM QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED GRASSROOTS RUGBY COACHES

How hard do you work your team on the...

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The first two principles of attacking rugby are: Gain possession Go forward The third principle is Support. That means plenty of different things, depending on the relationship of the supporting player to the ball carrier. And then, the relationship of the ball carrier to the defence. MORE

Scrum session ideas to keep training fresh

in Rugby drills

Keep your scrummaging sessions fresh so your forwards are engaged and challenged. Focus on the basics, and also what happens next. Scrums don’t just happen in isolation, so the more you can mix up dynamic scrummaging activities with post-scrum exercises, the better. First, warm up with a Body profiling game. It will give you a... MORE

Run straight, pass blind

in Passing & Handling, Rugby drills

Get the ball carrier running straight to engage the defender by making him pass without looking. It will test the skills of both passer and supporting player, and help stop your attack crabbing across. Though we normally want the passer to look at the receiver, this can mean he runs sideways or doesn’t look to... MORE

VIDEO: Pressure offloads

in Passing & Handling, Rugby drills

Increase the pressure on your players’ skills to offload the ball out of the tackle. This activity is an ideal development of Simple offloads.   Put two defenders at each side of a 8m box. Put three attackers at the front of the box. One attacker passes the ball to the middle player, who runs... MORE



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