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Rugby Tag Rugby Drill: Keep Ball

 
 

Description

    Players work in groups of 5 in a grid 10m x 10m, with 1 Ball per group.

    4 Players work as a team to make 10 passes.

    The defender tries to tag a player who is holding the ball.

    Either rotate the defenders or if caught and then the tagged player becomes the next defender.

Coaching Points

    Head Up, Eyes open. Look for space with hands up, ready to catch.

    No overhead passes and no interceptions.

    Defenders should focus on the tag.

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