Unlimited touches. On the touch, 2 D take knee opposite the touch, A places ball on floor then passes as scrum half
Only A are allowed in the wide channels, D cannot enter
A must always attack towards the furthest channel. So, if touched near Blue channel, A must attack towards Yellow channel.
Important that we create and hold our depth so that we have time to pass the ball along the line.
This also gives us time to attack our defender and straighten his hips meaning that we can preserve space on the outside
Patience, scrum half allow us time to realign and create out depth
Groups of 6+ Balls Sausages/Bags Cones Players line up opposite the trinagle of cones set up on the floor with ball in hand. Player runs at the black cone, as the player runs the coach shouts either yellow or red (cones). The player with ball then reactes to the colour called and steps to attack that cone. When reached trhe cone the player must perform a pass back the direction they came to player waiting to recieve.
Description 3 Sausages Ball Players work in 4s. A ball is balance donator of the sausage. The first player does a low chop tackle on the sausage. The second supporting player must try catch the ball before hitting the floor. Then pass the ball down the line to supporting players.
Keep your player briefing, brief! Tell your players the folloiwng......... Players should be moving, staying around 5 meters part - running with the ball and attacking space. Players make 10 passes and then: Make figure 8 between legs. Partner does the same after another 10 passes. 10 passes then throw ball up and make a 360 degree turn to catch it before it hits the floor. 10 passes then throw ball overhead and catch it behind back. You might consider asking players to pass the ball with just one hand, off their hip
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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