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Don’t stop at the ruck by David Clarke

Watch this video and look at how both teams struggle to win either clean ruck ball or any ruck ball because players stop at the ruck.

Whatever we say about sealing and bridging, this sends a clear message that it rarely produces “winning” ruck ball.

Rugby coaches should be coaching rucking skills that drive out threats, produce clean ball for the next player and protect the eventual clearing passer.

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