This section focuses on structured play which accounts for 50% of possession in a game. By developing skills in these areas players will work towards understanding the necessity of structure to building a game that allows us to move to unstructured play where we can "play footy"
This section focuses on developing the skills required to "play footy" - attacking space when the defence is disconnected, trying to reconnect broken defences and adjusting to a variety of tackle contest situations.
This section focuses on the "tools of the trade" for players. Position Specific Skills or PSS refers to the acute skills for specialised position requirements including lineout throw, jump, support, hooking, scrum-half passing and kicking.