In this handbook for rugby coaches and players, the author outlines how to exploit space and create scoring possibilities from each playing situation and field position. He discusses ways in which players can outmanoeuvre, pressurize and dominate opposing sides.
Rugby Tactics Summary
Rugby Tactics by Peter Winder
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Table of Contents
Part 1 The importance and relevance of tactics: the significance of coaching; management and communication; individual players; systems of play; the significance of physical fitness. Part 2 The threequarters: in attack; in defence. Part 3 The forwards: the front row; the second row; the back row; scrummaging; other features of forward tactical play. Part 4 Penalty ploys: attacking with penalty kicks; defending against penalty kicks. Part 5 Seven-a-side rugby: the basic principles of sevens 92; the players; the coach; restarts; the set pieces; defensive strategies and formations; the use of possession; kicking during open play; penalty moves; the importance of good tackling.
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