Rugby
Description

Players line up in two groups on the first cone. On GO, the first players side step to the second cone, go around it and run backwards to cone three where they side step the opposite direction to cone four where they turn and sprint back to the start and pass the ball to the next player. When both players have received a ball they repeat the drill

Its a good idea to have groups next to each other so they can compete against each other.

Coaching Points

  • Carry the ball in two hands
  • Fast feet on the side step
  • Poles can be used instead of cones
  • Grid size can be increased as players improve

  • Box agility runningAgility & Running SkillsRugby Drills Coaching
    Tags: agility, change of direction, dodging, sidestep, speed, warm up

    Rugby Agility & Running SkillsDrills

    Join our community of over
    55,000 Rugby Coaches Today!
    Register Now

    Recent Blog Entries

    5 Top Tips for Pre-match Team Talks: Motivate your team
    Psych your players up for their next big game - huddle round and listen up to our team talk tips

    60 Second Interview: School and Club Coach: Peter Berman
    What does coaching mean to you? Sportplan sat down with school teacher Peter to discuss what he's learned during a coaching career spanning over 25 years

    Lesson planning for Physical Education teachers
    Features for teachers - including time saving teaching resources to help you write lesson plans that keep pupils engaged and governing bodies happy

    Why I ripped Sportplan apart and started again
    England victorious in women's Rugby World Cup
    Concussion: the hidden danger with head injuries