EXPERT SESSIONS AND ADVICE FROM QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED GRASSROOTS RUGBY COACHES

Rugby drills

Scrummaging rugby drill

in Scrums & Lineouts

Scrums do not happen in isolation in a game. It is essential that scrum coaching sessions include an element of continuity, both before and after the scrum is set. For instance, a quick-handling rugby drill could be performed, then a scrum, finishing with a play off the back row. MORE

Rugby coaching tips for kicking skills

in Kicking & Catching

With few exceptions, there's no point kicking simply to give possession away. If you are going to kick, be it a long punt or chip and chase, you have to execute the skill well.Your players must understand rugby kicking tactics and their roles within the game plan. The chances are they also need to improve on their kicking skills and technique. MORE

Rugby warm up drill to work on passing skills

in Passing & Handling

The scrum half is the most important player on the pitch and he's going to be throwing passes from the first whistle to the last, so make sure he prepares for the game with a thorough, targeted rugby warm-up drill.The following rugby warm-up drill is not just good for your scrum half, though. You can also use it to get all your rugby players working on their handling and passing rugby skills. MORE

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