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Changes to Minis Rugby

From September it is rumoured that the county that my club operates in will be added to the “Shaping the Game” pilot project that the RFU have been running in three counties over the last year (Durham, Hampshire and Warwickshire), which is based on research…

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Defence vs Attacking Rugby Coaching

Is professionalism taking coaching in the right direction for the benefit of rugby?     It cannot be disputes that professionalism has done wonders for the game by providing financial rewards and compensation to coaches and back-room staff for their commitment, effort and overall sacrifice…

The Scrum Leave a comment Read more »

The Scrum

This month we will be looking at the scrum. The scrum is something which can easily change a game. A team with a poor scrum is always at a disadvantage due to the amount of scrums which occur during a game and will be more…

Doing the Basics: Train Like You Play 2 Comments Read more »

Doing the Basics: Train Like You Play

There are a few basics in rugby, which players and teams must always get right – whether they are an international or a local amateur club side. Now, I may be harsh, but I think getting any of these wrong is simply inexcusable. Kick-Off. The…

OPRO & FB Winners Announced! Leave a comment Read more »

OPRO & FB Winners Announced!

OPRO Custom Gumshield Competition FindRugbyNow is pleased to announce the winners of the OPRO custom-gumshield competition. They are as follows: 1. Theo Elwell 2. Mark Willis 3. Stewart Hawken 4. Natalie McManus 5. David Harding 6. Sasha Bush 7. Gareth Heatherley-Hurford 8. Jonathan Stephen Braught…

Knee Injuries: Jumpers Knee Leave a comment Read more »

Knee Injuries: Jumpers Knee

The knee is another joint that can break a playing career. As you can see (right) the structures are many, with each causing their own set of issues. Injuries fall into two categories; acute and chronic. Acute injuries usually occur suddenly as a result of…

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