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Understanding and setting goals are powerful ways for your players to improve their performance. Following on from the SMART principles, here are five ways. MORE
Develop how the support player tracks the ball carrier so he can be ready to take a pass or help the ball carrier should he be tackled.
Reading the movements of the ball carrier means the support player can find themselves in the best positions to receive the next pass.
Put a ruck-pad holder into the channel. He runs to one of the gates and the ball carrier has to drive into the pad and go to ground for the next support player to drive the pad out of the way. Or have a defender who can tackle at waist height guard the last two gates.