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Winning Lineout Play

Everything you need for a powerful, successful lineout
John Kingston

Get your lineout working as an unstoppable unit with this easy-to-follow DVD – full of practical, no-nonsense advice you can use straight away to boost your team’s performance.

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Including drills and coaching points for the key roles within the lineout, the DVD will help you develop your players’ skills and your strategies to get your lineout working as a unit.

Lineouts are a huge part of the possession battle that separates good teams from the mediocre. In Winning Lineout Play Harlequins Director of Rugby, John Kingston, reveals all the tricks and tips your lineout needs to succeed.

If you’re looking to develop a focused, powerful lineout, then this DVD is an ideal tool to get your lineout to succeed.

John Kingston had a successful playing career, including with the England B team, before a knee injury forced him to retire from the game in 1987. He then began coaching at Richmond, where he worked with the U21 side before moving on to coach the First XV.

John joined the coaching team at Harlequins in the summer of 2001. Having had a successful stint as the team’s forwards coach, John was appointed head coach in May 2008 and Director of Rugby in 2016.

Running time: 45 minutes.

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    John Kingston played for Newcastle Gosforth, Rosslyn Park, Middlesex, England U23s and England B. After a successful period coaching Richmond RFC, John moved to Ireland to coach Connacht-based Galwegians in 1999. In the first of his two seasons, he guided the side into Division 1 and cemented their place in that league a year later by finishing second. In 2001, John joined Harlequins. John was announced as the successor to Conor O'Shea as Harlequins' Director of Rugby in April 2016 having been promoted from Head Coach.
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