Rugby: Landing in a tackle.

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Correct way of going down with the ball in a tackle.

Person being tackled should 'twist' their body so that they land on their back.

COACHING POINTS

Your body is a series of points and patches. Points are the “pointy parts” e.g. elbow, knee, hand, foot and Patches are the bigger softer parts e.g. belly, bum & back.

When being tackled try to land on the patches eg. bum; back. Think of a parachute roll – “Knees, bum, back”

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