Brendan Hope Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Courtney simplifies this defensive structure and gives examples of common threats and how to deal with them.
Very useful and practical advice.
Jim Clawson USA
Coupling this video with the Graham Henry video provides both a macro & microscopic view of the defensive structure.
Byren Meintjes South Africa
This was actually an eye opener for me as my defense lacked structure. On the last set were the boy’s shifted on the defense line I used a elastic rope tied to straps on the boy’s to help them shift as a unit. it worked like a bomb. Thanks guy’s
In this video Courtney Lawes takes you through a number of defensive systems and structures, outlining where each player has to go and what responsibilities they each have for their role. “The key with defence is to stay in your structure, follow the game plan and to maintain talking amongst the players.”
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