Players down on 'all 4s'.
Position heads to the left slightly, binding in underneath the shoulders in the chest area.
Keeping hands on the floor, rock backwards and forwards.
3 players (One player in Tackle Suit, one ball carrier and one support player) and one ball.
Ball carrier attacks suited player and takes leg tackle. The suited player returns to feet an competes for ball before the support player clears.
Ruck Clear Out
Â The Moles want to turn the cones onto their head, and the Green-keepers want the cones the right way up.
Let the kids play, you can start the game by shouting '123 Play Divots!'.
After playing for some time, lets find out who is winning - but don't take too long counting. Now tell the players that they must do one press-up before turning a cone - let the game start again. Play for another minute or two.
Groups of 2. Everyone find some space. Stand opposite your partner. One of the players (attacker) use footwork and move arround. The other (defender), try to keep as close as they can to the moving player. The attackers claps at a point of his choice, this is when the defender makes a shoulders on contact. Low Impact. Shoulders on.
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