One of the principles of attack is to create mismatches, one such mismatch occurs between the number of attackers and defenders. It is vital that attacking players can take advantages of these overloads when they occur.
To ensure your players can create space by changing the focus of the attack in order to weaken the defence (and then capitalize on the mismatch) this session looks to develop:
What's in the Session?
We kick off with a warm up and problem identification game of 7v7 to find out what we're working on (mismatches in attack). Following this we have four drills, designed to test your players' attacking skills. We then build the skills covered in this session back into the game with two final conditioned sevens games.
Continue to improve your player's confidence when using contact, with the second of our Confidence in Contact sessions
Make sure your players support their team-mates with this session, by using the overlap in attack
React the quicker and get on the front foot in attack with this session, by improving their rucking technique!
Help your players get over their fears and watch them gain confidence in contact!
Make sure your forwards and backs have the skills needed in Rugby with this session, improving areas such as the punt kick and scrum!
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Cup final season is upon us! That's why we take a look at how to best prepare your players for the end of season showdowns!
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