Apply pressure in defence
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- The ball carrier is driven backwards or offline.
- The ball carrier's forward momentum is slowed down.
Which of the following is the most common form of tackle?CorrectIncorrect
What is sometimes known at the extra defender?CorrectIncorrect
Match the type of pressure to the explanation
- Two players tackle the ball carrier
- Attempted tackle which might slow the ball carrier
- Denying time and space for the attack
- Forcing the attack to choose different options
True or false
A passive tackle can create pressure.CorrectIncorrect
Match the definition to the type of defence.
- Moves from out-to-in to cut off options
- Moves from in-to-out when the attack outnumbers the defence
- Protects the edges of the breakdown.
A defensive set is a period of defence, where a defending team might make a number of tackles and defend a number of rucks and mauls.
How can good defensive sets apply pressure?CorrectIncorrect