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Rugby Passing Drill: Under Load 2 ball practice

 
 

Description

    Player 1 carries a ball in their left hand.

    Player one starts running towards the other side of the grid. player 2 feeds another ball to player 1 who has to catch the ball with the right hand only and underloads the ball to player 3.

    Repeat 3 x then swap over

Coaching Points

    Underload - Player should underload the pass at about 45 degrees to the angle of run, and the ball should roll of the finger tips.

    • Same exercise should be done with player carrying the ball in theor right hand and underloading the 2nd ball with their left.

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