Master Coach Volume 2

112 Drills and Games to Take Your Team to the Next Level
Dan Cottrell

112 simple, proven activities to improve your team


Matches can be won and lost in a single moment.

Do your players have the ability to grasp that match winning opportunity? Have they got the skill and confidence to make the right play when it matters most? Our Master Coach Volume 2 manual brings together 112 drills and games giving you a huge variety of sessions that you can use to take your team to the next level.

Each session comes with examples of how you can use it in games and, where relevant, gives an example of a player or team who plays in this way. To help bring them to life for you and your players.

All Master Coach activities have clear, easy to follow illustrations. So you always know exactly what you need your players to do.

Our experts are still coming up with fresh ways to solve every day coaching queries, like better passing, tackling and rucking. But they are also challenging you to look at the whole game, which will make your players more rounded.

Sessions are designed to be simple to set up with clear written instructions. So you can dive straight into coaching.

Master Coach Volume 2 helps to build techniques but also shows you and your players exactly how what you learn in sessions translates into match play.



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    Brett Weimann

    I have all three Master Coach volumes and use them very much to garner ideas to common challenges with developing and keeping players interested.

    They are all very simple to use and allow for a coach to add their own spin into the training.

    – Brett Weimann – UK

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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.