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When you get your car fixed you take it to a specialist, right?

The same goes with Junior Rugby, if you want to get it right take it to a specialist. We specialise in Junior Rugby coaching.

Our programs are designed by coaches with years of experience in Rugby coaching and working with kids. All our programs are fun and educational, we guarantee the kids will have fun and learn at the same time.

Let's face it when dealing with kids, repetitive skill drills are as effective as water proof tea bags. If you want kids to concentrate and retain information you have to make it fun! That's why we have designed games that are based on 3 key learning objectives.

Each game is easy to understand, begins simple and introduces rules that gradually increase the difficulty. Before they know it they are comfortable and confident with the skill. For coaches gone are the days of screaming and repeating information, the games do it themselves and you simple ask questions to establish the 3 key learning objectives.

So why wouldn't you go to the Junior Rugby specialists?

For more information or to see us in action fill out the form or call us on +61416486121.

A little about the founder

Jason is a passionate rugby supporter and coach. He believes that the future of rugby lies in youth participation and enjoyment. 

He is a qualified Level III Rugby Coach and P.E. Sport Science based school teacher.  He has been teaching for the last 10 years in a number of countries including Australia, England and Germany as well as South Africa. 

He has been coaching Rugby Union for 14 years. During this time he has had a wide experience of coaching players from 6 years old to open age groups. He has also run academies for clubs and coached representative teams. 

He has focused his energy on developing a system that is easy to understand and effective in coaching the key learning steps of Rugby, not to mention being fun for players of all ages.

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