Coming Soon - Mike Friday: Passing for 7s (Fundamentals & drills) Posted over 5 years ago

The Rugby Site went into camp with Mike Friday and the Kenyan 7s team ahead of the 7s RWC in Moscow earlier this year. We have filmed several coaching modules with one of rugby 7’s top teams and, in Mike Friday, a coach who is rightly considered and respected as one of the world’s leading 7’s coaches.

In this first module, Mike focuses on one of the game’s ‘fundamentals’ or ‘non-negotiables’; passing technique:

“Coaches, players, this is the most important part. You’ve got to teach your boys how to pass properly. If they can’t pass properly then attacking rugby goes out the window.”

This video module will be available on Thursday to both existing subscribers and to purchase as an individual video.

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