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Developing The Catch and Pass with Mils Muliaina

Having spent time developing the Catch and Pass technique, you can now progress the skill development with more complex drills. This series gives you a number of drills to use at practice and outlines the skill progression.

Part 1. Passing Wave in a Grid Progressions 6:59 Free video

The Rugby Site founder, Brendon Ratcliffe introduces a simple Passing Wave grid progression drill for players.

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Part 2. Catch and Pass 24:24 Member content

Catching and passing is the most basic of rugby skills. Wayne shows us how to train it well.

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Part 3. Passing Wave - Adding a Defence 7:15 Member content

Brendon focuses the players on progressing the drill by adding elements to build the players skill set.

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Part 4. Passing Wave - Adding a Moving Defence 9:47 Member content

In this session Brendon continues to progress his Catch and Pass Wave by adding a moving defensive line.

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Part 5. Skills with Mils Muliaina 7:18 Member content

All Black’s test centurion, fullback and centre Mils Muliaina, kicks off his run, skills series with Auckland’s TGS players.

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Part 6. Mils adds Speed and pressure to the catch and pass 6:20 Member content

Being able to catch and pass being static and without pressure is one thing, add some pressure and speed to test the skills.

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Part 7. 5m Channel Drills 5:28 Member content

In this video, Mils introduces his 5m passing drills. Off loads, foot speed, and creative passes all in a 5m channel.

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Part 8. Build quick Hands and a Long pass 5:56 Member content

In this video, Mils builds on his catch and pass series and looks to incorporate quick hands, long pass, creating space on the outside!

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Part 9. 5m Channel Games 3:42 Member content

Playing games is often the best way to develop skills. Catch and pass games are great fun and an ideal way to develop and hone skills.

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Part 10. Early Catch across the Body 5:41 Member content

In this video Wesley adds another layer to the Catch and Pass development – catch early, move across the body and pass.

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Part 11. L Shape Passing 6:36 Member content

Wesley Clarke, introduces L Shape passing with Manawatu Cyclones women’s players.

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Part 13. First Receiver Fundamentals - Catching in Isolation   9:44 Member content

Scotland coach Gregor Townsend is recognised as one of the world’s best attacking coaches.
He takes time out of his coaching schedule to share some of his attacking ideas.
The more you practice the fundamentals under pressure the more effective you’ll be.
The technical points of catching and passing have to be made either in games or by putting defenders up.
In this video Gregor focuses on the 1st receiver and their requirements.

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Part 14. Developing Catch and Pass 11:08 Member content

Catch The Rugby Site’s UK Manager Hamish Webb, in London, with the Hackney Women’s team.
Hamish, in his very enthusiastic manner, breaks down the Catch and Pass into simple parts that once mastered enable players time, and confidence, to make right decisions under pressure:

Hands out early

Pointing to the ball

Active grab

Fingers across the middle of the ball

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Course Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13
Duration 89:26
Topics Catch and Pass Youth Coaching
Applicable to Coaches  
Languages English

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