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ja_tag_rugby - Ideas for Tag Rugby We have enough rugby...

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Ideas for Tag Rugby - We have enough rugby balls for one between 2 - We have enough tags for 4 teams ( 2 of each colour) - I was advised not to teach passing until after they have learned the game as they just “throw” the ball anywhere when approached by a tagger. (may not be the case with older boys though) 1. Dodging Skills Split class into two ( yellow and reds in tags) Bull Dogs : First without a ball …..two or three catchers in the middle of a marked area. The rest of the students ( wearing tags) must run from one end of zoned area to other . If tagged, they became a catcher . When down to last two or 3, they become the taggers. A great game as it teaches them to run at speed, choose a path and eventually dodge to escape being tagged. Bull Dodge : Have static pupils as defenders spread out Have students in groups of 4 or so and individually they run from one end of zoned area to other and dodge around the static defenders , score a try on line , turn around and take the ball back to rest of team and next one goes. Can have 3 or 4 people going at once. Swap the defenders. Variations: The static defenders become less static and can reach for the tag Again swap defenders as and when Time the groups, give them 2 minutes to score as many tries as they can Give points if the defenders get a tag . Have students in teams, score attacking and defending points
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2. Ball skills / Running with the Ball In 4’s ( ball between 4) In a marked area , split the 4 into 2x2 , where 2 players are opposite the other 2 ( like a shuttle run) No 1 starts with the ball , runs across to the other side , places the ball in
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