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Richard Wigglesworth - Scrum Half Tips

Saracens and England scrum-half, Richard Wigglesworth, talks about improving your skills in your spare time.

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A lot of stuff on there in terms of Kicking and all skill based stuff. But when I was 16 17 decided that it was maybe someone ought to do I dedicated half my lunch time to pass him the ball in the gym with one of my roommates is when you took him all around the playground when you doing that always throw it off you off your bottom level like to tell these big long passes off the nice and then I was the same until 16 didn't dedicate any time until my weak hand and I wish I'd always always worked on that weaker side when when it doesn't matter not in a game situation when you're just playing with your mates in a park just work on that but under the Wiglesworth on to Hodgson Sheriff. Well, that's our Pleasant have to get out of there. The penalty is coming wiglesworth just slides of all through so meaningful practice to Target every time biggest mistake people make and kicking. He's just going just booting the bottom to the top 25 meters to walls closer. I think you want to keep variety, but you want to keep some core drills in there that everyone does so you've got a mark of progress. You've got a mark of what you've told them to do what they need to improve and then what I would do the young Lads is ask them. That's not a recession. What did you do last time? What did we learn? What are you doing in between and then and see the Improvement this time the boys have been brilliant with me the last few weeks and improvements from pretty rapid because we've done similar things with little tweaks here and there but definitely repetition of core skills is obviously vitally important. Call home.