Drills: Quickhands

Quick Hands Drills Rugby
Quick Hands Drills
Hold the ball between your legs, one hand behind, one hand in
Quickhands Rugby
Quickhands
The first player runs out with the ball to the first set of c
Grids part 3 Rugby
Grids part 3
4 balls - pass ball to next person on cone to left (clockwise) then r
Swerve Rugby
Swerve
Setup as shown in diagram Groups of 2 in a
Warm Up Drills Rugby
Warm Up Drills
1) Run out to far cone and back - 1/2 pace - no forward passes. br&
Shoulder stretch. Rugby
Shoulder stretch.
Bring both arms in front of the body. Fle
Shuttle run. Rugby
Shuttle run.
Start lying on the ground (in a down press-up position) run
Shoulder rotations. Rugby
Shoulder rotations.
Slowly rotate the shoulders backwards. Re
individual ball carrying technique Rugby
individual ball carrying t
Carry the ball in a high position and try to engage the defender Lots
Running from Depth Rugby
Running from Depth
No of players: 4 per grid, max. 20. Balls per group: 1. b
Ball under legs. Rugby
Ball under legs.
Handling the ball under each leg at a time. li&
Grids part 4 Rugby
Grids part 4
Put one player in grid about 2 metres in. Pass ball to target
Drop Off Rugby
Drop Off
4 cones with 2 balls. Setup the practice
Loop Pass Rugby
Loop Pass
The ball carrier (A) runs straight in a line and makes a norm
Agility test 2. Rugby
Agility test 2.
From the start position, run forwards out of the 1st set of
Forward sprints / Backward sprints. Rugby
Forward sprints / Backward
Set-up drill area as shown. Players line up at the
Narrow - Wide Channel Rugby
Narrow - Wide Channel
Groups of 4 One ball per group /li>
kick and catch. Rugby
kick and catch.
starting on the line, kick (from hands) the ball out 5 meter
Rolling the ball along the ground. Rugby
Rolling the ball along the
Starting on the line, roill the ball out along the ground ab
Agility Fitness Drill Rugby
Agility Fitness Drill
Setup the practice as shown above. 40m x
Box agility running Rugby
Box agility running
Players line up in two groups on the first cone. On GO, the
The Three S Drill (Speed, Swerve and Sidestep) Rugby
The Three S Drill (Speed,
Coach calls a number, that player acts as a defender. Attacke
Relays continued Rugby
Relays continued
1) Run out to a cone - round cone back to the team
Continuous Attacking Rugby
Continuous Attacking
Groups of four, 1 attacker and three defenders <
Ankle rotations. Rugby
Ankle rotations.
Simple ankle rotations in a clockwise direction. &l
Under Load 2 ball practice Rugby
Under Load 2 ball practice
Player 1 carries a ball in their left hand. p>