Ball Presentation Touch
It is important for players to practice working hard on the ground to get the ball presented back to their team. This session uses bodyweight exercises to practice the movement and enforces it with a conditioned game. Log in to see the full video.
A game for understanding how the presentation of the ball can affect the speed of the game and the ability to attack space
Young players are very rarely taught how to hold the ball. This video explains why this is important, how to coach it and incorporates some fun grip games to enforce the technique.
This exercise from London Scottish works to maintain high levels of both ball presentation and handling skills at the same time.
Aim of the game:
Touch as many players as possible with the ball in one minute. The ball must be held in both hands at all times
This great game helps you work on your ball transfer and fend. It teaches players how to keep the ball away from contact increasing ball retention on the pitch!
Worcester Academy - Ball Presentation
Tag Game - End Ball and Rugby Netball