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Rugby Ruck Drill: Counter Ruck

 
 

Description

    Condition the drill in favour of 1 team, in this case the blue team.

    All players lay on their fronts behind the tackle bags. On the coaches whistle, the 2 teams move to contest possession.

    The blue players can move straight over the bag to contest, but only the 1st red player can do the same. The other 2 red players have to run round the cones before moving in to counter ruck.

Coaching Points

    • players get used to counter ruck call/ signal
    • low to high drive, with emphasis on driving opposition through the ruck
    • eyes open, grab hold of hook/handle to clear out

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