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Tag rugby is a non-contact sport that is a safe and fun way to introduce rugby to under-11s. It improves fitness, develops running and handling skills and hand-eye coordination and fosters team spirit. It can be played by mixed teams and is ideal for children aged 5 upwards. This book is a clear and comprehensive guide to playing tag rugby for coaches, teachers and parents that aims to make the game fun and accessible to all, whatever the children's ability or the coach's level of experience. It introduces the game, explains the rules and outlines the principles of training (with reference to the National Curriculum where necessary). It then provides a range of drills and game ideas that can be made easier or more difficult depending on the level of the group being taught and the coach's competence.
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Jane Liddiard was an English and Drama teacher for 23 years. She is a season ticket holder at Harlequins Rugby Football Club and a member of the Harlequins and England supporters' clubs.Review:
"The only tag rugby book on the market. A good mix of rules, principles and practical activities - all explained with reference to the National Curriculum when necessary." The Bookseller (9th June 2006)
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Book Description Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. PB. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # ShSP-26 SP001B
Book Description A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0713677406