Rugby coaching videos and resources from the world's best coaches and players on developing attacking skills and tactics to help your players make and then attack space.
It's time to bring back the 'six o'clock' pass
The spin pass was a great innovation, but coaches need to emphasise that other passes are more efficient in certain situations
Size isn’t Everything
Shane Williams reflects on the great players who made him want to run down to his local field and pretend he was side stepping for Wales.
Sam Warburton: Breakdown in Attack Trailer
Sam Warburton takes you through the skills of sealing, clearing a ruck and leeching, skills that every player needs in the modern game.Watch and learn from one of the world’s best loose forwards as he shares with you his tried and true techniques that help him win the shoulder battle at the breakdown. “I still do these exact same drills for 10-15mins at the end of each training session”
Brian Ashton: Game Based Team Attack Trailer
“I’m a great believer that you gain and improve game understanding by actually playing games.” In this video Brian Ashton takes you through a variety of game specific activities.
Shane Williams: Side Stepping & Attack Skills Trailer
Shane Williams breaks the sidestep down, taking you through his skill checklist and showing you how the ball carrier and support runners can manipulate defenders and defensive lines to beat and unlock them. Watch and learn direct from one of the best attacking players the game of rugby has ever seen.
Wayne Smith: Counter Attack Trailer
Counter attack dominates try scoring in the modern game, it needs to be coached. In this video I will help you grow your players understanding of how to counter attack off kick receipts. What players should look for and how best to exploit the chasing defensive line.
England slow ball and slow thinking is learned at a young age
Do England’s young players spend too much time on fitness and skills and not enough time just finding out how to play the game of rugby?
Andy Ellis was a huge part in our World Cup win
Wayne Smith looks at the huge influence the half back has on a modern rugby team and how the emphasis changes from country to country.
England’s robotic players need to think for themselves
Brian Ashton explores the different attitude of teams towards attacking the defence and thinks that England will have to sharpen up if they are to beat Wales