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Lineout Throw

Lineout ThrowLineout

This is a closed skill to develop lineout throw technique and it is a good warm-up for all Hookers.
Lineout Jump Support

Lineout Jump SupportLineout

This is a closed skill to develop safe lineout pod technique for jumpers and supporters.
Lineout Pod 1

Lineout Pod 1Lineout

This closed skill focuses on the player's ability to perform a lineout jump and support safely.
Lineout Pod 2

Lineout Pod 2Lineout

This drill brings the thrower and jumping pod together to work on the jump-throw-catch (for short balls) or throw-jump-catch (for longer throws).
Lineout Pod 3

Lineout Pod 3Lineout

This drill brings the thrower and jumping pod together to work on the jump-throw-catch (for short balls) or throw-jump-catch (for longer throws).
Lineout Pod 4

Lineout Pod 4Lineout

This drill brings the thrower and jumping pod together to work on the jump-throw-catch (for short balls) or throw-jump-catch (for longer throws).
Lineout pod circle drill

Lineout pod circle drillLineout

A simple and fun way to add complexity to the basic lift and bring fatigue into play.
Lineout scrimmage passive

Lineout scrimmage (passive)Lineout

Foundational drill designed to train hookers and defensive jumpers proper timing and technique in a non-competitive drill.
Lineout scrimmage open

Lineout scrimmage (open)Lineout

A live progression to the passive variation that will closely mimic game scenarios.
Lineout race square #1

Lineout race square #1Lineout

A fun way to stress your players ability to organise and execute a lineout.
Lineout race square #2

Lineout race square #2Lineout

Added competition to stress the players ability to efficiently organise and execute.
Lineout maul (passive)

Lineout maul (passive)Lineout

The first step to building the basic skills of a dominant maul.
Lineout maul (active)

Lineout maul (active)Lineout

A progression from the passive maul drill designed to test your players technical foundation.
GIR Six Principles of the Scrum

Six Principles of the ScrumScrum

Players must understand that by working through the six-principles, they are ensuring they have correct, safe body shape when scrummaging
GIR Front Row Binds

Front Row BindsScrum

Players must understand the dynamics associated with binding of the front row and the importance of maintaining the six-principles.
GIR Engagement 1 - Static

Engagement 1 - StaticScrum

Players focus on maintaining body shape and the six principles through pre/in/after engagement.
GIR  Engagement 2 - Dynamic

Engagement 2 - DynamicScrum

Players focus on the six principles are maintained to ensure weight transfer during a scrum.
GIR  1v1 Front Row - Dynamic

1v1 Front Row - DynamicScrum

Players work in a 1 v 1 formation to develop their ability to maintain the six principles through force.
GIR 2v1 Front Row - Dynamic

2v1 Front Row - DynamicScrum

Players work in a 2 v 1 formation to develop their ability to maintain the six principles through force.
GIR 3v3 Front Row - Dynamic

3v3 Front Row - DynamicScrum

Players work in a 3 v 3 formation to develop their ability to maintain the six principles through force.