By Chris Sheryn
The perform bible for early life rugby coaches. Designed in particular for more youthful avid gamers, a hundred and one formative years Rugby Drills encompasses a variety of innovative perform drills to aid younger avid gamers strengthen. enjoyable, academic and hard, all drills are illustrated and canopy the basic technical talents required to introduce rugby, together with: * warming up and cooling down * dealing with the ball * working with the ball * operating off the ball * attacking and shielding styles. in addition to easy-to-use directions, every one drill includes details on the apparatus wanted, the distance required, tips to build a secure and potent work out and the way to organise the gamers.
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Description: Divide the players into teams of four. Place the cones as shown, creating a 5 m by 10 m grid. The attacking player A1 has the ball on cone W and the defending player D1 is on cone Z. Player A2 stands between cones X and Y. On the coach’s command, the players enter the grid. The objective for A1 is to make the defender stand still (to ‘fix’ them) and time a pass to A2 for him to score at the far end of the grid. The defender aims to tag tackle or block the pass. Coaching points: This is a progression from the previous drill so it is important to carry over the learning.
Coaching points: This drill requires the players to be even more aware of what is going on around them. There will be a temptation for players to throw the ball away rather than to spot the receiver’s hands – the coach can monitor this by watching players’ eyes. At some point the players will have to change direction to avoid colliding. Progression: Ask players to increase their speed of running. If you feel that the players are in control of the drill try removing the stagger from the cones so that runners now have to time their run more accurately.
Description: Player 1 stands with a tackle shield as described in the previous drill, ready to take contact. Player 2 stands 2 m from the shield with a ball. On the coach’s command player 2 walks into the shield, keeping the ball away from the shield. If contact is made with the left shoulder, the ball should be under the right arm but secured with the left, and vice versa. Player 1 must put up good resistance and try to hold their ground. Coaching points: The ball carrier must take the ball in two hands but close to the body.
101 Youth Rugby Drills (101 Drills) by Chris Sheryn