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How should you practice backs moves?

How should you practice backs moves?

By Paul Tyler, Scottish Rugby Union level 3 qualified coach, former SRU rugby development officer and a qualified referee Overview Use this four-option backs move to develop more than one attacking threat from a set piece play. Set up Use half or a full pitch and a full set of backs, with at least four […]

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How to set up an overlap

How to set up an overlap

Improve your players’ ability to take and give a pass under pressure and at pace, allowing them to set up space for an overlapping runner. 1. Set up a 15m x 9m area. Split the area into three 3m channels and number the channels 1, 2 and 3. 2. Play 3v2 – put attackers in […]

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How to keep the ball alive

How to keep the ball alive

From Rugby Coach Weekly The ball carrier has a duty to be strong in the tackle to keep the ball alive until support players arrive. Get him working on going forward and gaining extra seconds for his team mates. Why use it In contact, the ball carrier needs to stay on his feet because he […]

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