Adding Depth to Passing Waves - All with Dave Ellis
‘Run, catch, pass’ NOT catch, run, pass. In its most basic form passing waves cover timing, lines and depth right out of the box. As Ellisrugby's Dave Ellis highlights in this new series, with further adaptions passing waves can deliver much more for your players.
Part 1. Assessing players' Catch and Passing abilities 8:38 Member content
In its most basic form passing waves cover timing, lines and depth right out of the box.
As Dave Ellis highlights in this new series, with further adaptations they can deliver much more for your players.
1st step is to assess the players’ passing ability.
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Part 3. Go Drill and the Cut 9:15 Member content
Run at the defender, turn their shoulder and hold them to create the space.
The challenge is to execute it under pressure and fatigue.
This week, Ellis Rugby’s Dave Ellis adds Defenders to the Passing Wave plus the Cut/Switch move to create space.
The defence will align to match your attack – use it to create space.Play video
Part 4. Leaving on Time 4:26 Member content
Take the lead from who you are receiving the ball from to time your run onto the ball
Ellis Rugby’s Dave Ellis works on timing of departure in the latest release in his Passing Waves series.
Drill the skill before you put into games and under pressure.Play video
Part 5. Pass and Point to find the target 12:36 Member content
Ellisrugby’s Dave Ellis finishes his Passing Wave series with his Petone players by adding some Competition to build the intensity.
Dave also highlights the importance of Pointing after the Pass to find the Target.
Players also need to set a target to receive the Pass.Play video
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Lamataimi 'Alofi New Zealand
Am helping our college 1st 15 by observing live rugby in various level without any formal training. This is of huge help appreciated.
Richard Pearson Australia
Tony O Dwyer Ireland
As always simple , effective and makes perfect sense
Epeli Davetawalu Arabian Gulf
Absolutely brilliant Dave. Those handling fundamental skills are so important. I like what you have said “sometimes we doing these simple passing drills as a piece of cake, but this is where the big game are won and loss..” Awesome. Thank you very much..
Peter Wood Scotland
Part 4 is brilliant – making players think hard while executing – brilliant. And it looks like a game too.
Guy McKim Canada
Once again Dave has clearly explained and demonstrated a useful session with key factors easy to understand. I look forward to conducting a better session next week.
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