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Rugby mourns the passing of Matt Laffan - Australian Rugby extends its condolences to the family of Matt Laffan, a well-known, much-loved and inspirational figure who passed away at the weekend. He was 38.
England slide to lowest ranking - England's defeat against Ireland in the Six Nations sees them slip to eighth in the world rankings, their lowest ever position.
Elissalde could miss Millennium clash - France and Toulouse out-half Jean-Baptiste Elissalde now faces a race to recover from a elbow injury if he is to line out for Toulouse at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 11, April.
Richards happy with Quins form - Harlequins director of rugby Dean Richards is delighted with the form of his Pool toppinh side.
Sonny Bill to play for the Barbarians - Sonny Bill Williams has confirmed he will play for the Barbarians against the Wallabies on June 6 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
Scotland star out for four months - Scotland prop Allan Jacobsen could be out for four months after tests revealed he needs surgery on his shoulder, the team doctor said.
Broken Habana out for three weeks - Springboks and Bulls winger Bryan Habana will need surgery to mend a broken hand and will be out of action for at least three weeks.
Beale v Cooper duel pivotal - Kurtley Beale will face Quade Cooper in mouth-watering fly half contest when the New South Wales Waratahs host arch rivals the Queensland Reds in round four of the Super 14.
Alarm bells as big Benn injured - The New South Wales Waratahs face a potential front row crisis ahead of their Super 14 clash with the Queensland Reds, with prop Benn Robinson suffering from a knee injury.
Crowds abandon Waratahs - NSW Rugby Union is ready to deploy a free bus to ferry missing fans to the Sydney Football Stadium this week in a bid to arrest an alarming drop in crowd numbers at Waratahs' matches.
Martin Johnson out of his depth as dim-witted play goes on - England's manager Martin Johnson is leading a team whose lack of discipline is an international joke.
Burn out - Much has been made of player burn out and its prevention in the professional game. Australian elite rugby players are restricted to a number of matches that they can play per year. No doubt a few of the under achieveing nations at the world cup will or have pointed to "number of games or player fatigue" as reasons, but you have to ask why?.
Neill Powell gets thumbs up from the doctor - Neil Powell is due for his first outing in Bok Sevens colours this year after he missed all four IRB World Sevens Series tournaments.
Super 14 Bookies back the Sharks - Bookmakers have made an about turn about the seven-time champion Crusaders' prospects of retaining their Super 14 title.
Super 14 Missed tackles cost Cheetahs - It generally wasn't a good weekend for SA's five Super 14 franchises, with only the Bulls and Sharks staying on track with wins.
Tears and lawyer meetings at Saracens - What a period it's been at Saracens. First, rugby director Eddie Jones reveals he is to depart at the season's end, then fifteen players are told to find new clubs with the shocked Australian now 'fighting' for his teary stars.
It's too hot to play rugby in February - Australian Rugby Union chief John O'Neill has called for a later start to next year's Super 14 after Cheetahs captain Juan Smith collapsed with heat exhaustion in Brisbane on Sunday.
Kidney questions ELVs after kick- - Ireland coach Declan Kidney has urged rugby's lawmakers to reconsider this year's rule changes as he claims they are favouring defensive outfits and thus damaging rugby as a spectacle.
O'Neill wants Super 15 coverage - A bid to screen Super rugby on free-to-air television will be part of Australia's push to expand the tournament.
Crusaders crippled by injuries - Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder jokingly said that they may have to add something to the water at Rugby Park, such as calcium, as the Super 14 champions continue to battle injury problems.
Super 14 the low down for 2009 - There was some consternation this time last year when the New Zealand franchises named their Super 14 sides. All the overseas defections had reduced the overall quality of the professional base. The bad news is it's no different this year - possibly even worse.
A sigh of relief - Wasps and England are breathing a sigh of relief after it was revealed Paul Sackey's leg injury, picked up in the weekend's defeat to Ireland, is not as serious as first feared.
Out-of-work Jack talks to Crusaders - Crusaders chief executive Hamish Riach has confirmed he met Chris Jack recently, but is cautious about whether the encounter will lead to the former All Blacks lock returning to New Zealand.
Australia to push for fifth super team - There are no financial alarm bells ringing in Australian rugby despite the global credit crunch, with Australia set to renew its push for a fifth Super rugby franchise at an important meeting in Dubai later this week.
Care must pay the price for indiscipline - Martin Johnson must axe Harlequins scrum half Danny Care for his needless sin-binning against the Irish.
Cama: I owe Tietjens for ill-discipline - Play-maker Tomasi Cama says making up for his ill-disciplined showing in the Wellington Sevens will be a personal driving force at this weekend's Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai. Cama was sent off in New Zealand's shock tournament-opening loss to Wales for punching and suspended for one match. He was then sin-binned in the side's nail-biting loss to England in the Cup final, again for lashing out.
Bok coach on NZ mission - Springbok coach Peter de Villiers is completing a whistle-stop fact-finding tour of New Zealand.
RLCM Extract from RLCM eBook 26 article titled - 101 Coaching Tips - Reprinted with permission of the Australian Sports Commission. By Les Bee, Wayne Goldsmith, Mike Keelan and Warwick Povey - It takes 20 years to become an overnight success. Successful coaches have a combination of experience, skill, education and practice, developed ways and means of getting the best out of themselves and their athletes. Below are 75 to 88 from the article 101 Coaching tips to help you achieve your coaching goals.
...../75. Be aware of and carry out your legal responsibilities.
76. Efficient coaches take responsibility for their own effectiveness.
77. Self reflection is your constant companion: be your own best critic but strive to be objective rather than self destructive.
78. Recognise the contribution of others - players, parents, officials, assistants, facility maintenance staff - everyone enjoys being appreciated.
79. Recognise, publicise and reward. Praise in public - criticise in private.
80. Lead front the front and support from the rear.
81. The coach is the creator of positive experiences.
82. Proper prior planning prevents pitifully poor performance.
83. Praise and positive reinforcement are tools for the coach.
84. Think about what you say before you say it. Then watch for reactions to your words before saying anything else.
85. Body language replaces many words: it's not what you say but how you say it.
86. A nod is as good as a wink.
87. Coaching is a two way process: The athlete feels but can't see - the coach sees but can't feel.
88. Get to know something personal about your athletes. They are people who have chosen to play sport: not just sportspeople ....to read more click here and order RLCM eBook 26.
Junior Player Development Program an RLCM Extract from eBook 2 - The concept of a junior player development programme has been mentioned in previous editions of this magazine. The following programme is put forward as a guide to encourage clubs to use it and produce a base from which to work. The overall development of skills in junior players should be uppermost in the thoughts of their coaches. This development must commence in the mini-footy ages and progress as the players go through the age groups.
RLCM Coaching Extract from eBook 10 - Ball Skills with Don Oxenham - Having good ball skills is the basis on which the game is built, enabling players to perform the games demands and requirements with the football.
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