Rugby
Pass and Support - End of Season Session
Rating: 3
from 5 members ratings

Towards the end of the season, as fatigue sets in, players can be more prone to making simple mistakes. To help you keep these mistakes at bay this session recaps passing and support.

What's in the Session?

To ensure your players stay focused this session includes fun exercises that encourage creativity under match-pressure to keep morale high.

We begin with a wide pitch game of touch to encourage your players to look for space behind and then look to develop the skill, with two drills including the the Avoid the Shields game (this is a fun game that can become very competitive).

To bring things to a close we play a game that eliminates positions and encourages all players to practice and fine tune their core skills.


Additional Session Notes:

This session has progressions for you more able players and conditions to develop your less able players.

Session Ratings: 5 ratings with 2 comments (see below)
Session Comments:
Pass and Support - End of Season Session
Graham Davies
England Graham Davies
Date:
Rating:4
Comment:
great way to recap on eliminating errors
Pass and Support - End of Season Session
Ian Evans
United Kingdom Ian Evans
Date:
Rating:3
Comment:
very good session

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