This website contains information for Junior and Senior Rugby Union players and coaches of all levels.
Rugby Union Skills, Drills, Tips and Advice for Coaches, Players and Referees
Rugby has a powerful place in some cultures, with the top rugby football unions placing a strong focus on developing junior players. Strong rugby-playing countries like the UK, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa have rugby youth development programs and academies to encourage children to continue playing rugby through to senior level.
Rugby Skills Drills will offer:
- Information, tips and advice for players of all levels on developing rugby skills and learning drills areas such as tackling, passing, scrums, lineout, ruck & maul, attack, footwork and evasion, defensive systems, and kicking.
- Information, tips and advice for rugby coaches such as session planning, warm-ups and cool-downs, fitness, drills, and training games.
- Information, tips and advice for rugby union match officials (referees) such as fitness drills, technical and tactical interpretation, and mental conditioning.
Skills, Drills, Tips and Advice for Junior, Senior and Professional Rugby Union Players
Coaching Junior Rugby is a great way to stay connected with team sport and grow the game. All you need is a passion for rugby and a few easy to apply junior rugby union coaching drills. Rugby Skills and Drills provides Junior Rugby Union coaches in the UKi, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and around the world with tips and advice on how to build a great junior rugby team culture and embed the core rugby union skills junior rugby players need to protect from injury and become better players.
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A good seniors rugby union coach has the ability to master a variety of skill areas such as team culture, technical skills, mental preparation, tactical insight, and player conditioning. Rugby Skills and Drills provides Senior Rugby Union coaches in the UK, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and around the world with tips and advice on how to build a great senior rugby team culture and embed the core rugby union skills senior rugby players need to both protect from injury and become better rugby players.
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Rugby union referees, or match officials, are empowered to enforce the laws of the game during a match. Junior and lower division rugby matches are most often refereed by a match official. Professional and senior division matches are often refereed by a referee and two touch judges (assistant referees). Rugby Skills and Drills provides novice and experienced Rugby Union referees around the world with skills and advice on how to improve their refereeing skills.
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