Rugby drills

Front on rugby tackling drills

in Tackling

Tackling for younger and inexperienced players mainly consists of front on tackles, which is the focus of the following rugby drills and coaching tips. This is a particularly good way to build confidence in your players, as it encourages the tackler to use the ball carrier's own momentum to bring them to the ground. MORE

Rugby drill tips for the two man tackle

in Tackling

If you can get two tacklers in the tackle, you will increase your chances of winning turnover ball. You're both more likely to win the contact contest and more able to compete for the ball. Use the following drills and coaching tips to help advance your players' skills. MORE

Rugby coaching drill for kick offs

in Kicking & Catching

You are guaranteed at least one kick off chase and one receipt in every game. Since they can define the way the game is going to proceed, kick offs are an important aspect to spend time on during your training drills. Use the following rugby coaching tips to organise and run a 30 minute training drill session focusing on the kick off. MORE

Rugby drill to help players be lethal at the...

in Rucking & Mauling

If your team wins quick ruck ball, there is very little time to weigh up the options, make a decision, then execute the correct one. If players delay too long, the defence will have re-organised and the opportunity will have gone. Use the following rugby drill session to give your team three set options and the triggers to look for when decision making. MORE

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