Session Plans

Which age group will you target?

  • 5-7 years. The perfect introduction to Rugby skills. It focuses on fundamental motor skills development, individually and in a group, as well as on playing Tag Rugby, which does not involve tackling.
  • 8-14 years. Focus on the theme of free-flowing running and passing Rugby action. However, most importantly it will introduce the young player to the contact nature of the game. The Rugby elements for the modified games to appropriate age groups.
  • 5-14 years. This will primarily involve playing Rugby in a team-based competition (with some time spent on skills), but in a format based on the existing TryRugby model (same time, same location, short session duration, etc). It caters for all age groups and is more suited to players who have some Rugby and/or ball sports experience.
     

Rugby TV 

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Kids Rugby

Coaching U6-U7 Rugby focuses on developing rugby skills and how to play the modified non-contact game Rugby Tag

Click on the images below to access the Under 6 and Under 7 Coaching Manuals. 

               

Kids Rugby

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