EasiCoach Rugby U9 and U10

Simple and easy to follow coaching activities
Dan Cottrell

Ready-made, age-appropriate, safe rugby training activities for U9 and U10s. Forming a complete rugby coaching curriculum, perfect for beginner coaches.


Our EasiCoach manuals will provide you with a complete coaching curriculum for ages 9-10

EasiCoach coaching activities will help you to:


  • Quickly understand what it is you’re trying to achieve.
  • See what you need to do from just a few words and pictures
  • Grasp the key dos and don’ts at a glance
  • Check you have all the equipment you need (never more than basics)
  • Cater for more or fewer players at your session
  • Speak to your players with confidence


But here’s what really great about the EasiCoach approach.


Follow all the materials in each manual, and your players will be learning the right skills for their age group every season.


Ebook, Print, Ebook + Print

2 reviews for EasiCoach Rugby U9 and U10

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    Good support for anyone taking up the mantle to try and teach youngsters the basics of the game. My experience was very dated and I found the manual and weekly e-mails from Dan very useful. Use the drills to supplement your own ideas and ensure you remain in line with current thinking.

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    Riaan Cloete

    The drills are very well explained and illustrated. The exercises are practical and provides a solid base from where you can adjust activities based on your needs and player group. I would recommend this for anyone that takes on a grass roots team even if you think you have a lot of experience with coaching older age groups.

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Dan is a practising RFU Level 3 coach and coach educator. He coaches with the Bristol Bears DPP programme, is the assistant coach with University of Bristol Women's team and is a coach mentor for Broad Plain RFC mini and juniors section. He was Head Coach of Swansea Schools U15 and has previously held coaching roles with the Young Ospreys Academy and as Assistant Coach with the Wales Women's Team for the 2010 World Cup. He was director of rugby for Cranleigh School, Surrey. Previously he played rugby for Bath and Bristol.