Rugby Drill Demonstration


simple rugby move: wedge

When the man with a ball calls a wedge the back man (first reciever) stands deeper than the rest of the line whereas the front man (second in the line) stands slightly forwards. The front man runs diagonally toward the man with the ball as though coming in for the short ball. The back man runs diagonally in the opposite direction looking for the long ball which should come behind the front man. The man with the ball can either go short to the front man or out back to the back man who can then continue to pass down the line or run.

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