I think it's something you think will change through the years but I thought it was a great old man of Irish Rugby sad to say old now, but no Murphy British line Irish Captain Irish Legend really and he was my team manager when it was under 20 ones with irons and he say it's the friends you make in this the friends you take and when you're younger, you don't realize that but when you're older you realize the truth and you just make great friends through rugby great sport, you make great friends, and that's what makes it special to me.
Communication is key to making good decisions. Jon Curry from Northampton Saints makes some simple but very important observations to help players make informed decisions
It's not just down to coaches to prepare players for the game. Most of the work must be done by the players themselves, to ensure they are in the best physical and mental condition to perform and learn.
Whether your season was a success or otherwise, it is important to review and reflect, in order to plan for the future. Use RCD tools to upload and review your club's footage. Share this with your whole club and plan your coaching philosophy and coaching plans for the new season.
All the top coaches agree. Rugby is all about performing the basics well. This means being able to execute accurate skills at the right time, under pressure...