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By Chris Sheryn

The perform bible for early life rugby coaches. Designed particularly for more youthful avid gamers, one zero one early life Rugby Drills features a diversity of innovative perform drills to assist younger gamers strengthen. enjoyable, academic and difficult, all drills are illustrated and canopy the basic technical abilities 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 protecting styles. in addition to easy-to-use directions, each one drill comprises details on the apparatus wanted, the distance required, how you can build a secure and potent workout and the way to organise the avid gamers.

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This creates four ‘channels’ for players to run in. On the coach’s command, the first player jogs out and just after the second cone passes to the second player, who in turn has jogged out but remained a few paces behind. The second player then runs for two or three strides before passing to the third player. When the last player has the ball, he runs around to the first cone, and the rest of the line moves one cone to the right. Play continues until all players have passed at each position. To change the direction of passing, stop the drill and have the players face the opposite direction, so the stagger will be reversed.

In this way they will be presenting the ball to players who, in a game, will be coming to support. Ball speed and controlled aggression are the keys to success, but do not allow any more wrestling on the ground than would be allowed in a game. The player arriving second is not allowed to fall on the player in possession, but can compete for the ball as long as he stays on his feet.

The objective is for one of the balls to catch up with the other, or to play for one minute – whichever comes first. 26 101 Youth Rugby Drills 603K_tx 8/25/06 9:40 AM Page 27 drill 18 passing 1 Objective: To introduce basic passing and catching skills. Equipment: Four cones and one ball. 5 m apart. On the coach’s command the ball is passed down the line from player to player. When the last player has the ball, he runs around to the first cone, and the rest of the line moves one cone to the right.

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