A key technique at the breakdown is the ability to roll players away, this applies when your opponent already has a good body position over the ball. Danny Wild from Leeds carnegie uses a game and breakout sessions to deliver his session
Ready go. Yeah good roll out while done. What we're looking in within this game is we're looking at some clearing technique, okay? When you are going into clear speed of the four Great speed and intensity into the contact great for what you've got to do is get to use your arms now because at the minion just shoulder barging them. So go in here get your arms around them and then you can start to wrestle them out. Okay. What I'm really pleased with is it went with here we've consistently tried to go for the hit and clear the Roll It Out roll in people out should always be a second option hit him hard try and move them work some angles and but then last resort if we still aren't shifted and then try and roll them out to n to n Go keffe moving Becky feet moving. Well don't attack you the ball tacky the ball off you go. Touches turns to win back good driving you go keffe. Moving keep it moving shot. That's a great clear turn over. So we've now got knees down towards the ground. We've got our hips down and we're driving in a four position. This is where we need to be as we're hitting the guy hitting the defender or the attacker we can then put our arms onto him to get some stability and push him off John. He'd slow feet moving good work. But he play I got too many Goods. Well done some good clear that we go. Let's go to support their quickly go rub him all Grace and wrap them up wrap them up. Keep the ball unlucky Grace and I'm looking good speed up the floor either tackle tackle tackle to in quickly. Ready. Go. Yeah good roll out well done. I believe this Edge is the fundamental thing is to improve their decision-making game understanding and awareness of what's going on. So by using games with real we got a lot more development and a lot more learning out of the time we have with the players and trying to go down a practice or drill type route with a to down play. Keep it moving sound keep the moving keep the ball greens. Well done turnover play Blues. If you got Tom touchdown you go to in quick quick quick ready. Go Gracie using miles now use a man's good speed off the floor while Doug tackle that we go. Let's have the support play. Do you like driving? He likes driving? Keep the ball blue. Keep the ball blue. Just in support in support wait where this helps is actually to see cultures see that what we're doing here is they can replicate at their cause we played from under under sevens right through to senior because all we're doing is creating games that are based on our current ability of our players and constraints within our games that are suitable to this level of player. So all you could do with a different ability of player are different experience of player. He's just managed to rules differently in order to get the same.
This game has multiple conditions for both attackers and defenders. Dropping defenders to practise their tackling while working on support lines and groundwork for the attackers. Great for the first half an hour of your session
The "Hook & Grip" element in the tackle creates strong & effective contact with your opponent which enables accurate tackling. A strong grip (Ring of Steel), is the precursor to a dominant tackle and this skill is crucial for all players. The practises in this video are excellent for players who may lack confidence or where you have a variety of competence among your squad
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Academy coaches use conditioned games with strict rules around the tackle / touch activity to teach the skills required for contact and clearing defenders away. Questioning is used as the main style of coaching
A full-contact game with uncontested breakdowns, conditioned to have one team attacking for an extended time. The focus is on the defenders, who each have two tennis balls, to concentrate on their tackle technique.