There are seven key factors for spin passing, but if you had to concentrate on just one, here’s which would make the most difference to your players. MORE
Priority skills for passing and catching
There are so many elements to passing, which ones do you concentrate on first and how do you train them?
Here are a bunch of the priority skills you need and then great ways to train them.
Priority skills for spin passing and Priority skills for catching pick out which of the most important techniques you need to use under pressure and then concentrate on how to train one of them for spin passing and for catching. There are two sessions in each article which concentrate helping both advanced and developing players.
For push passes, in other words a non-spin pass, Magic hands and core to the try line give your players key cues to ensure they are both accurate with the pass and engage the defender.
Finally, all players need to be able to clear the ball from the base of the ruck. Super-fast clearance (scrum half) passes will develop the basic ideas so you can make the best use of quick ruck ball.