Drill Categories

Tag Rugby Drills

Use the tag rugby drills and games (also referred to as touch rugby) to boost your junior players' passing, off-loading, and decision making ability. ...

Warm Up Drills

Warm up drills in rugby are important because they get your players' muscles ready for exercise and help to reduce the risk of injury. They're also a ...

Drills

2 X Hit Then Pass

category: Contact-Skills

Set up the practice as shown inside a 30m x 30m Grid.

6 Shields and 1 Ball.

Player 1 carries the ball before passing the ball to play...

2 X Hit Then Pass

category: Off-Loads

Set up the practice as shown inside a 30m x 30m Grid.

6 Shields and 1 Ball.

Player 1 carries the ball before passing the ball to play...

Alcatraz: Jail Break

category: Warm-Up

This is a great warm-up for defensive and evasion sessions, or it might even be a warm-up that helps you reinforce coaching points made during a pr...

Ball Tag

category: Warm-Up

Make sure that you have your warm-up area marked out before your players arrive, it's important that you get them working right away.

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Beat The Runner

category: Agility-Running-Skills

  • Divide your players into groups of five, with one player acting as a running. Each grid will need a runner. The runner starts on the runners ...

Beat The Runner

category: Sevens

  • Divide your players into groups of five, with one player acting as a running. Each grid will need a runner. The runner starts on the runners ...

Beat The Runner

category: Warm-Up

  • Divide your players into groups of five, with one player acting as a running. Each grid will need a runner. The runner starts on the runners ...

Coach Says!

category: Warm-Up

  • Coach gives orders and the players do it.
  • Example include: coach says do a press-up, coach says touch the groud with your right hand...

Web Videos

Www.rugbyworld.com warm up drills

www.rugbyworld.com video demonstrating key warm up drills for Rugby. A proper warm up is imperative before any kind of physical activity in order to: ...

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Sessions

Fitness Testing Session

Work up a sweat with this fitness and conditioning rugby session - testing Aerobic Fitness, Anaerobic Fitness, Flexibility, Power and Strength

2v1 Attacking Skills Session

Improve your players' 2v1 confidence and introduce them to the dummy pass, support running and offloading in this attacking session!

Community Drills