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The structure of the manual is based on Bob Dwyer's belief that all quality play in rugby derives from quality execution of quality technique.Insistence on quality technique, executed under the pressure of game-related practice sessions is therefore essential if we are to achieve our goal of successful performance.
This manual will give you the direction to enable you to achieve this.An American Football coach once said, "You can't win without good players, but you can sure lose with them. This is where the good coach comes in!"It's a Bob Dwyer quote which says, "Practice doesn't make perfect, only perfect practice makes perfect." Don't let your players down!
Each Practice in the manual - there are seventy-seven (77) of them - lists the Key Principles of quality technique which are essential for quality execution. These lists must become an intrinsic part of every coach's work. From beginning to end, the Coaching Manual is 'the perfect working rugby curriculum'. As is normal with a curriculum, it should be followed in sequence - as it is presented. Later Sessions will require the knowledge and expert application of earlier sessions. Indeed, consistent revision of the 'essential basics' should form a part of every practice.The Manual is divided into three (3) Sections:
Section 1. ESSENTIAL LEVEL
Section 2. INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
Section 3. ADVANCED LEVEL
Each Section is divided into the following sub-sections:
ATTACK - GENERAL
ATTACK - FROM SET PIECES
ATTACK - COUNTER-ATTACK
Each Section contains a number of Sessions, each of which is designed to last about 90 minutes - the length of the average coaching session. Each Session contains a number of Practices. Each Practice is designed to develop individual technique leading to skill application and culminating in a game-related scenario which requires the application of all the practices in this session.