Run, Catch, Pass & Alignment - HS and A with Dave Ellis
Dave Ellis (EllisRugby), returns this time out on the pitch with the Manawatu Turbos Academy players, in his new Run, Catch, Pass & Alignment series.
Part 1. Keeping Square, Spacing & Depth while testing Passing Ability 9:10 Member content
Dave Ellis returns this time out on the pitch with the players, testing their passing ability plus keeping square and aligned. It’s a race to the gain line. The quicker the pass means start closer to gain line. Stay flat and leave later. Enjoy!
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Part 2. Reading and Unlocking Defences 10:32 Member content
Angled runners, skip passes, layered attack. Which Attack option to use where and when to beat defences. EllisRugby’s Dave Ellis is back making attack option decisions to beat different defences in his latest Run Catch and Pass series release. Dave with the help of the Manawatu Turbos Academy players details Attack play options to be used against different defences. Find the space, Defend at real speed to create real scenarios, Ball will always beat the man. Enjoy!Play video
Part 3. Working on your Pass - Static error correction 6:08 Free video
Too high, too low, too fast, too slow. All common passing issues that can be easily sorted. EllisRugby’s Dave Ellis, with the Manawatu Turbos Academy players, shows how to easily improve players passing technique issues. Dave’s simple to execute technique suitable for all levels of the game to improve players passing. Enjoy!Play video
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Kate Garforth England
Used training U15s backs last night. Excellent session.
Mark Guerin Scotland
Loved the static error correction especially for the no. 8
Tusi Pisi Japan
Great fundamental point of staying square with the challenge of starting flatter but holding your feet and taking your timing of the inside player. I see a few of the players dropping there hands and reloading after they initially catch the ball instead of catching early in a position that they can give a one motion pass when they catch it.
Silo Ngwenya South Africa
Great to get the attack to think about the various defence shapes
Marcus Uprichard England
Tim Hockin Canada
Simple and effective. Going to use it in practice today!
Ransom Eddings USA
Neil Taylor England
simple is nearly always best . great explanation
Noel O'Meara Ireland
great for player understanding. key is coach ability to challenge players understanding
Jose Baca Castex Argentina
Carter Croft England
Very good, video, I will use that.
Onehunga Mata’uiau Australia
Great content again, we’re always looking at getting our players to attack flat on the gain line, with the execution of catch early and release early. Cheers Dave
Michael A. Walker USA
Great video to keep players square while passing and attacking the gainline!
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