Catch and Pass - Other Types with Wayne Smith
There are many different types of Catch and Pass used on the rugby pitch. In this series will explain and demonstrate many of them from the half pass to high ball catch and offload pass.
Part 1. Half Back Pass off the Ground 4:40 Member content
For all you half backs playing - one of the best passes in the game Ex All Black half back Tawera Kerr Barlow explains the key points to pass off the ground.
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Part 3. Catch a High Ball 13:25 Member content
One of the best exponents in the game, British and Irish lion and Wales Fullback Leigh Halfpenny takes you through the technical aspects of highball catching, from having a loud clear call, to the take off, arm positioning and finally having explosiveness on landing. Play video
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Carter Croft England
Very good, really breaks down the skill.
John Walker England
Interesting development of the “Cat Flap” pass introduced by Ryan Martin elsewhere in this series. The use of the Tackle Pad to develop an off load from the ground is good. Watch the recent Argentina v All Blacks game, 29/9/18, aprox 19 mins into the game All Blacks No 3 Fasasi (correct spelling?) slips to ground with the ball in open play and off loads a Cat Flap pass as shown in this drill. Superb pass and confirmation that these drills and skills work in a game setting.
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