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Rugby Decision making Drill: 2 v 2 (switch)

 
 

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    This is a basic 2 v 2 drill to allow players to progress from a simple 2 v 1. In a channel no wider than 10m, 2 attackers have 5 attempts to score a try on the red cones. The attackers try to create space and beat the defenders by running good support and holding lines. Condition defence so that the defender marking support runner stays out and doesn't move in to defend ball carrier

Coaching Points

    • support attacker needs to take their 'cue' to switch direction from the defender marking him. 
    • Once he/she believes the defender has committed to cover his run, changes direction to run a switch

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