Direktlänk till inlägg 18 september 2008

The Coachs Corner [3.0] v40

Av ricardo rodriguez - 18 september 2008 07:06

t's been 2long weeks for vrs-rugby players and officials.

Our squad once again produced a nice training pass and game with just the same number of tries as a game under the week before have produced, and with a good attitude and shape.

On and on the team goes about the need for the quicker game and the more tries and the better this and the more exciting that and the closed game in the touch a side.

Thursday's game was exciting in the closeness of it all, but it yielded only six tries. One was a superbly-executed handling move in a confined space, the other a headstrong charge by one big bloke through some other big blokes. Not quite the sweeping end-to-end run-for-all Niklas would have us believe.

There were some fun offloads and handling moments, but not very much tryline action. Whenever the ball did get towards the tryline, the play inevitably slowed down.

Having personally coached at a relatively begginers level under those for 3 weeks now, I can honestly say that the balance between accelerating the game and keeping its structure has been struck perfectly.

There are more tries, as well as more room for rugby culture: we have ours rugby brunch twice a week and (C) Gustav Nyström has decide that we will have white shirts in our brunch! GREAT! and we will as well have more space for tactical variety.

the time will see that and our squad will be better...

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