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.
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