A look inside the changing room and how a Premiership academy squad prepares for a top clash. Have things changed?
So today we got ice finals. Must be important for the boys. Everyone's on the show today Jameson's informant in Improvement on last week and we can we can bring them in an overall Improvement degree. If there's going to be tightened its grip case 20 carbons first compounds. It's quite it's quite slow build-up. We have a we have a team mobilization block. Okay, hold a position. Okay walking back now fellows the reverse seem awkward becomes more intense. And then that's where they that's when they get the hurry up. Have a final chat and then we'll go up the game. We always look for certain amount of work late. And it's County Farmers houses. Take part-time dear a brief couple points. They can improve on I think too much information for be excused them. Afterwards we tend to like really positive everyone even if it's not going so well and then we'll probably be back individually. If you have this only real outstanding issues. I think there's a time for play. So all would just put the ways disappointed. Anyway, then as I grew up there probably know the not perform. Well if they have lost and majority of time they know what's going wrong. So I don't think we need to compound that you stay positive and then we just say come on Monday. We'll pick the detail up then and then try to put a positive spin on that. I think it's important that send people away with their heads down. They've got to be looking forward to the week's training. And then also how they can improve as opposed to what more than wrong. You know, it's the end of the world.
Get inside the minds of the Saints Academy coaches and how they prepare and plan their rugby programme. This squad won the Premiership Academy final and you can see why with such committed and professional management team.