Ensure that players:-
Keep the scrum square.
Keep correct body position.
Hooker to strike for the ball - signal the scrum half
Hook ball back with right foot between left hand props legs.
Both sides remain static and do not contest the ball.
Ensure crouch, touch, pause, engage.
Heads must always be above hips.
Swap players around each position.
Read RFUs latest guidance on scrummaging.
Use in a game when everyone is confident.
Working on basic hands this play sees your line passing the ball, missing out 11 and passing to 15 as they join to support the line.
So passing goes from 9 to 10, 10 to 12, 12 to 13 and then 13 to 15.
15 needs to run into the hole wherever it may be, remembering to check and scan looking for the right time to create the overlap.
9 10 miss 12 straight to 13 -over line- with 15 also running an over line straight to 11 looping behind. 11 needs to run into the hole in front of them wherever it is. Needs to 'check / scan'.
2 groups of 3 Players 1 ball in side a very small grid.
the team in possession has to pass the ball to each other to try and touch the player in the middle (moving around). Whilst the team not in possession is trying to intercept the ball.
Players 1 starts standing with the ball. Player 2 starts on one knee. Player 3 starts on both knees. Player 4 lies on their front. Player 5 lies on their back.
On the teachers call, all players try to start running forward as quickly as possible, and pass the ball along the line. The starting positions should mean that every pass is made to a player supporting from behind.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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