Analysis of rugby offensive tactics

Analysis of rugby offensive tactics

(1) Blocking rugby players

Intercept the offensive rugby players. Ensure that the attacking party launches the attack without being prevented. The blocking player can use his arms and body, but he cannot hold the opposing defender, otherwise it is a foul.

When an offensive player is attacking with the ball, the running blocking players must block the opposing defensive players and tear the defense.

(2) Run with rugby

A player with an official rugby ball must pass through the opponent's defense as quickly as possible. At the same time, he must use a variety of techniques to avoid the opposing defenders. When he arrives at the touchdown area, he can use the technique of rapid change of direction to avoid the opposing defenders.

(3) Passing Rugby

In most games, the quarterback usually passes the ball to the catcher. The official rugby ball must be rotated as prescribed so as to ensure the accuracy of the pass. The worst case occurs when the ball is caught and the catcher is surrounded by two or three opponents, so the passing ball may be intercepted by the opposing defenders.

In order to catch the passed rugby ball, the catcher must prevent being chased by the opposing defenders. Therefore, the catcher must follow the previously established pass or offensive route to catch the pass while avoiding the opposing defensive players.

(4) Catching rugby ball

When the catcher catches the ball safely, his hand must immediately grip the official rugby ball to prevent a surprise attack by the defensive players. When the catcher catches the ball near the sideline, the catcher must try to keep his feet or part of his body in the court, otherwise the catch will be invalid.

If the hand catching the official rugby ball is knocked out of the sideline by the opposing defenders after catching the ball, the catch will be effective if the catcher will have his feet or part of his body on the court.



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