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Okay, if you ask most people what they want to play It's the kids. I want to get straight in the game. If it's the seniors are we want to play Touch? So let's use that and develop our philosophy of coaching around. How can we meet those match our objectives of what we're trying to develop in a session really simple game. If you get touch on the way some pass it's 180 so its up and down. However, you can get two guys that go off sides and so we could play this before with me. So if I'm a green just someone Alex got one. So if Alex is on there, so go past the line you get two guys that go past it. So we're normally playing rugby, but then Alex is back there we can then pass that ball get that score. So two guys can go off side anytime. We happy that we want to see What direction they stop their white blues or what your current Solution that's going to help this cat score and score some tries. So it's a blue just in as a group Green same with you then the group how you going to score more tries coaches wise. What's what happened? Don't notice what they're doing. There's only one going in front and how many of them actually looking to use it because I'm not used to get him. But actually what we want to do is get their heads up. So see we'll see if they come up with that solution, but actually the benefit of the having the two guys is it drags the fenders away from the front line and to use that then Defenders have to turn and that becomes a weak position. Okay. Good score lovely, so please just a quick one really positive. The fact that you used to guys was a much much more effective way. I often want to stop what we're doing. Sometimes just to have a 30-second chat with an A Team three, we've done that more this season just so everyone gets understand what's going on because large if we get caught up with yeah, we've got a good game going everyone's really enjoying it. But how much is from 1 to 6 learning it for learning then through the game then brilliant, but it might just need that 30 seconds. Right? Who you stronger characters go lead. That's that that group discussion. You can come in drop one question. Then you're out and it might help the two guys that struggling a little bit and it's how we can Empower them to to lead each other create character and build that reports then on a field they actually do it because the last thing we want to do is just make drones because when they get to senior rugby or all the rugby from for a matter of fact that there was struggle against players who have got the ability to make those decisions like kind of said you can be as big as you want, but if you don't To stand where to be in a situation. It's worth nothing.
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
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Turnovers at the breakdown is back in the spotlight and the recent Australian performances have highlighted how important they are. Neal Hatley from Bath explains how the role of the 2nd man is key and how to practise the technique
Sharing our coaching ideas is great for the game. Players in New Zealand hone their skills at an early age and it is globally accepted that they have the best techniques across all positions. Coaching the tackle is a key fundamental that all players practise regularly