Essential Attack Skills - Y with Hamish Webb
In this series we feature Hamish Webb (our UK Rugby Site Rugby Manager), at our UK clinic with the Hackney Rugby Club, London. Hamish works with the U14s and women's team developing Catch and Pass and basic Attack strategy.
Part 1. Develop Essential Catch & Pass Skills 10:41 Member content
This week, we feature Hamish Webb (our UK Rugby Site Rugby Manager), at our UK clinic with the Hackney Rugby Club.
Hamish having coached at London Irish Academy, Wellington College and Scotland U16s has successfully developed many junior players, and teams.
Hamish has an excellent session with Hackney’s U13 team (many new to the game), developing their Catch and Pass.
Grip the ball properly to pass
Hands out early to greet the ball
Point the ball at the target
Pass the ball like it’s on a rope to the target
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Part 3. Early Catch, Active Grab 11:51 Member content
Hamish 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 ballPlay video
Part 4. Read Defenders Hips 5:24 Member content
What can you read into defenders hips? The Rugby Site’s UK Manager Hamish Webb explains as he continues his session with the Hackney Women’s team in London, UK. Hamish, progresses their Catch and Pass skills by understanding where a defender’s hips are positioned can be an advantage to your attacking decision. So what do you do if defenders stay square or turn their hips?Play video
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Ilimacu Matalau Fiji
Just the person for the skill. Top coaching
John Walker England
Simple Rugby, Simply explained. The delivery by Hamish shows how important, and effective good, simple, and to the point coaching can be.
Very simple but effectiveJikoibau Matawalu Fiji
Sebastian Facundo Quiroga Italy
Explicaciòn simple y concreta del ataque.
lucas brouwer de koning Argentina
hola , solo esta en ingles ,
Onehunga Mata’uiau Australia
Perfect simple and straight forward.
Carter Croft England
Maybe Eddie Jones and his Staff should take a look at this module, back to basics, it is often a good exercise to go back to the beginnings.
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