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We can't seem to upload this image. There might be something wrong with the file. Please try with another. Day 1 of the Gold Coast featured two classic tackling examples, which are racking up hits on YouTube. They are two tackles that deserve to be watched and reviewed because they embody the skill and determination that players should display. More commonly associated with scoring tries, the South African used his speed in defence to track back and tackle into touch, the Welsh 8 Will Harries as he was a step away from crossing the try line.
It was a reminder that pace is a powerful weapon in defence as well as attack. Players who keep something in reserve for going forward should consider that Senatla saved at least 5 points with his actions, and that was 5 points less the South Africans had to score.
The 2 slowed down as he crossed the line when he confidently celebrated with the ball still in his hand. This created a few seconds to give the oncoming Lee Jones the chance to tackle and strip the ball.
This is really important as if you tackle too high - high tackle - penalty - possible yellow or red card. If you tackle too low then you risk getting a knee to the face. This isn't good either. You should do exactly the same before contact "run up" as you do in the normal tackle, except that when you make contact you still lead with your shoulder, you still hit the stomach area, but after the initial hit, you pick up the players legs and lift to the side.
Watch pro rugby players for actual dump tackles. You want to AVOID this at all costs so, I recommend doing a dump tackle if the person is running near to or straight at you. When you are chasing someone, and they are to far in front for you to make a real hit on them, you can attempt a tap tackle.
It sounds exactly like what it is. You dive for their feet in an attempt to tap their ankles and bring them down or make them trip. This should be used as a last resort at bringing someone down. Don't cower out of a tackle and then chase and do a tap tackle for two reasons.
You will look like a coward for letting them through, and you will find it harder to tap tackle than normal tackle. Always follow their thighs, they will show you which direction the player is running. Not Helpful 8 Helpful Believing in yourself is the only way to improve. Once you complete a tackle against someone you think is huge, then the times afterwards are a lot easier. Not Helpful 3 Helpful Always aim for the legs. They can't run without them. In addition you don't need to drive them backwards in order to tackle them.
Not Helpful 9 Helpful Keep your feet in front of them, so if they do dummy, you will be able to move your feet in front of theirs and follow through with the tackle. Not Helpful 13 Helpful Your answer here Yes, you will see the player moving from one foot to another. If the player does step you, you should turn fast and do a dive tackle, or a tap tackle. Not Helpful 10 Helpful If you can scrape your hand against the ground, this will help you get incredibly low; people do this in training a lot.
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 8. Slap their hand down. Or you can try holding their arm and swinging them toward you, using your weight to drag them down. Not Helpful 18 Helpful Build up momentum with short strides, and drive your legs.