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This drill is designed to get your players in good habits when presenting the ball at the breakdown. This will allow your team to hold onto possession better and get quicker ball. The players run towards cones in lines of three, passing the ball from one end to the other. When the coach says "Down" or blows their whistle, whoever has the ball must drop to the ground and present the ball. The player who has presented the ball then passes to the player behind him and the drill carries on continuously. 0.29 - Demonstration 1.20 - What is the purpous of this drill?
Handle the ball around the head in a clockwise direction 3 times, moving the ball form one hand to the other. Reverse the direction fo the ball in a anti-clockwise direction.
The first player runs around the red cone and back down to the start of the slalom. There the player zig-zags up the slalom, then back down before running around the second red cone and down to the second group of players where the ball is passed to the next player Important no more then a max of 3 players per slalom to make sure that there is lots of activity.
Agility Running Skills
Set up a channel with two sets of defenders working in pairs inside. Three attacking players start with the ball and run around the far cone, realigning as they run around the cone. Players then play out the 3v2. After this first 3v2 the attackers must move the ball quickly and play out the second 3v2.
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Ingrain correct techniques and habits into your players with this session as we focus on tackling and rucking skills.
Work on your team's maul technique with this session, improving their current ability to create, secure and defend the maul
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