Rugby
Description

  • Groups of four, 1 attacker and three defenders
  • Coach calls out the number of a defender as the attacker retreats to allow that defender and the attacker to continue the drill
  • Attacker reacts to defender and attempts to score
  • Coaching Points

  • Be positive: Go Forward
  • Attack furthest space from defender: Go for it!
  • Change running lines and pace. React to the defender
  • Think, Head up, Be creative
  • Continuous AttackingAgility & Running SkillsRugby Drills Coaching

    Rugby Agility & Running SkillsDrills

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