3.OPPONENTS ATTACKING FORMATION 4. OPPONENTS DEFENDING FORMATION TEAM TASK: a) In boxes 1 and 2, draw your attacking and defending formations. b) Play.

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TAG RUGBY TACTICS3.OPPONENTS ATTACKING FORMATION4. OPPONENTS DEFENDING FORMATIONTEAM TASK:a) In boxes 1 and 2, draw your attacking and defending formations.b) Play your opponents. Watch how they are setting up in attack and defence. Draw these in boxes 3 and 4.c) You need to set your attacking formation and your defending formation to beat your opponents. Draw your new formations that will do this in box 5 and 6. 4

5. YOUR NEW ATTACKING FORMATION6. YOUR NEW DEFENDING FORMATION1.YOUR ATTACKING FORMATION2.YOUR DEFENDING FORMATIONComing up with their own defensive and attacking formations- reasons for those formations.Evaluation of how well it went- advantages, disadvantages. What else could you do? Did they have to change anything-why?1Attacking Top Tips!

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Defending Top Tips!

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What did your team do best today?

Attacking:

Defending: 4What would your top tips be for attacking and defending!?TAG RUGBY TACTICS1. YOUR ATTACKING FORMATIONTEAM TASK: a)Come up with an attacking and defending formation and draw these in boxes 1 and 2.b) Play your opponents and draw their attacking formation in box 3.c) Draw a new defending formation to deal with this in box 4.

2. YOUR DEFENDING FORMATION3

3. YOUR OPPONENTS ATTACKING FORMATION4. YOUR NEW DEFENDING FORMATIONDraw defending diagram and get them to come up with how they would attack that defence.Advantages and disadvantages3Attacking Top Tips!

1)Create continuity- Keep the attack flowing by having support to pass quickly and catch the defence off guard.2) Apply pressure-applying the above principles will result in a score which will put pressure on the other team.3)

4)Defending Top Tips!

1) Contest possession- by tagging the opposition and making them pass.2) Go forward- this will prevent the opposition from gaining ground.

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What did your team do best today?

Attacking:

Defending: 3Can you think of any more attacking and defending top tips!?TAG RUGBY TACTICS1) ATTACKING2) DEFENDING3) ATTACKING IDEA4) DEFENDING IDEATEAM TASK: a) Set up the attacking and defending formation shown in boxes 1 and 2.

b) After you have had a go at that, draw your own ideas for an attacking and defending formation in boxes 3 and 4. Think about the formation of your opponent.2

Picture of attacking and defending.- choice of which ones to use.What worked, what didnt work, why? Why did they choose that?5Attacking Top Tips!

Contest possession- good p________and ball control.Go forward- through r_______, in order to score.Create continuity- Keep the attack flowing by having s________ from one of your team members.Apply pressure-applying the above principles will result in a score which will put pressure on the other team.Defending Top Tips!

Contest possession- by tagging the opposition and making them p____.Go forward- this will prevent the opposition from gaining g________.Create continuity- maintain the t________ of attackers which will then lead toApplying pressure- applying the above principles will cut down the attacking teams thinking time and force them to make ________!What did your team do best today?

Attacking:

Defending: 2Fill in the missing gaps to show you know your tactics!TAG RUGBY TACTICS1) ATTACKING3) DEFENDING2)ATTACKING4) DEFENDINGTEAM TASK:a) Choose one of the attacking formations and one of the defensive formations to use in a game.

b) Once you have had a go at that, discuss how well it went and you can choose another formation to set up. 1

7Attacking Top Tips!

Contest possession- good passing and handling.Go forward- through running, in order to score.Create continuity- Keep the attack flowing by having support to pass quickly and catch the defence off guard.Apply pressure-applying the above principles will result in a score which will put pressure on the other team.Defending Top Tips!

Contest possession- by tagging the opposition and making them pass.Go forward- this will prevent the opposition from gaining ground.Create continuity- maintain the tagging of attackers which will then lead toApplying pressure- applying the above principles will cut down the attacking teams thinking time and force them to make mistakes!What did your team do best today?

Attacking:

Defending: 1Read the top tips below to help you with your tactics! Tick which ones you did today.

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