What are the number I pick up try and get outside the flanker and take the tackle? Then he's going to talk later and get Beyond him on the pickup right number a pickup take the tackle and get Beyond him and when he makes the tackle plant the ball everybody else. Stay where you are. Okay, go. Okay break. Okay, I'll do fine. Let's all just get outside in like we were doing on our one-on-one practice try and get outside him and just take the tackle do it again. Can you come this side toilet if you come this way? Okay, so left openside flankers. What shoulder do they normally tackle on the out shoulder is that they left or the right? Well from a scrum. It is normally they left shoulder because he puts the ball in the opposition the attacking team coming down here puts the ball in this side number eight picks up its normally left shoulder tackles. You see him as it. Because they need to do left shoulder tackles primarily. They may step inside fair enough and then you can get a big hit probably but he's going to be a left shoulder tackle. So openside flankers here need to do left shoulder tackles. Yeah, so nice and low get your head in the right place. You don't get kicked and left shoulder tackle off you go. Left shoulder tackle low. Okay left shoulder tackle Now, where's your support coming? Okay, so turn into it and then plant it for him. Yeah, so just below the star. You're right. Yeah, just go low head that side hit with us showing you go outside outside him outside and that's it. Good down good now that's better. Well done. So if you go lower get your head to the side sit with your shoulder grab tight you put him down. No number eight on one knee in this situation. What we need to do is did you see how he fell you fell lengthways there so immediately if he's going wide outside my open side you come inside here and you immediately step in and get your hands on that ball. You protect yourself there because if that open side comes and hits you you might be able to lift the ball over. Yep. Let's see if we can make that tackle yellow yourself to be tackled are right and planted off you go. Go outside. I'm outside him outside tackle good bank and in and control and if you can grab the ball before he gets his hands on it before he gets to the ground even better. Yeah and again, Chuckling well doing well. Just go outside and blow yourself to be tackled transplantable. Freedom of clear - clear - clear - and that's what's going to happen. Yeah, but you see a little bit of rump on it and if you are wider base and get your hands on him. And now if you get your hands on him, they are you get hit you might be able to lift the ball over. Yeah. Cackles, whoa. Whoa whoa. Whoa, so you normally come in there. If you go to the outside it have my Center clamping in Orchard half clumping in there as well. That's enough of that. That's good. Hold on so really it's isolating one aspect and saying to openside flankers. You normally go to have left shoulder tackles. You find out the number of week left shoulder tackling open sides. Yeah. Because if we cannot put that tackle in if we can get closer to him knocking back all the better, but if the number is any use at all, he's outside him. He's trying to push him off. He's got to go left shoulder tackling low present the ball clamp him in yep. Got a clamp him in that way.