Drill Categories

Practices for Juniors

The junior videos and drills are designed to introduce and teach youth players to the correct techniques and skills they will in rugby, in a safe and ...

Tackling Drills

All players need to be able to tackle. Tackling is how a player physically stops an opponent from moving forward with the ball. It's a vital aspect of...


Alignment - Running As A Group

category: Agility-Running-Skills

Working in groups of up to 4, players spaced approximately 4-5 metres apart.

Players jog to the 1st cone then jog backwards to the start line...

Catching And Kicking Tennis

category: Kicking

Drill to practice kicking accuracy and contesting the ball in the air.

Split the players into two even teams with different coloured bibs (re...

Contest Line Outs

category: Lineout

One player throws the ball in to 5 players standing side by side. One player to stand in the scrum half position so as to be ready to receive a pas...


category: Passing

  1. There will be one ball carrier at any one time.
  2. They will run around the circle, passing the ball.
  3. The ball must be handled...

Drift, Cover Or Blitz Touch

category: Match-Related

During a game of touch in a grid sized 30 x 30 metres the coach can choose to call blitz, drift or cover at any breakdow...

Floor/ Seal/ Clear/ Pick

category: Ball-Presentation

In groups of 4 inside the grid with 1 ball per group.

Players should pass the ball around the group with small pops.

On the coach's w...

Web Videos

Rugby for beginners (english)

more work of the makers of RUGBY for BEGINNERS: www.reterastudios.nl ) The wonderful game of rugby has many complex laws. If you want to watch a game ...

Rugby rules for beginners

A video to help people who want to learn about rugby, especially those used to watching American Football. Please feel free to ask any questions you h...



Confidence in Contact: part 2

Continue to improve your player's confidence when using contact, with the second of our Confidence in Contact sessions

Community Drills


Players are split up into relay teams of 4.Begin by conducting relays where the children walk, then jog, then skip with no ball. Introduce Ball&n...

Basic Handling

The player on either end of the grid starts with the ballHe or She will run out and pass to the left or right depending on which end started atThe bal...