Rugby
Description

  • Split group into 2 - Batters and fielders.
  • Setup as shown above.
  • Each batsman will either pass or throw the ball into the fielding area and run around the bases immediately to score. Nobody can be caught out.

    To get a batter out, fielders must get the ball to a player standing in the bowling area whilst the batter is running between the bases. If a batter reaches the safety of a base, before the ball reaches the bowling area, that player cannot run again until the ball is passed by the next batter.

    Coaching Points

  • Pass or throw the ball into space to make it hard for the fielders.
  • Ball cannot land outside the bases.
  • Only one person on a base at any one time.
  • Batter must run when the ball is passed.
  • Rugby RoundersTag RugbyRugby Drills Coaching

    Rugby Tag RugbyDrills

    Join our community of over
    55,000 Rugby Coaches Today!
    Register Now

    Recent Blog Entries

    Sore muscles and how to speed up recovery
    Muscle soreness is something we've all experienced, but what causes it, should you train when you've got a niggle and how can you speed up your body's recovery?

    Do you run like a girl?
    What does running or throwing like a girl mean to you? This viral video looks into the power words can have on young athletes

    Guidelines for your Pre-Season Preparation
    Everything you need to know to have the best possible start to your team's pre-season - detailed coach instructions

    World Cup Mascot Test
    Making Coaching Easier
    Hockey World Cup