- Gen Z
- All Blacks Clinic, Madrid
- Coaching teenagers
- Rugby Idols
- Baby Black to All Black
- Spectator behaviour
- The team structure
- Team safety
- Why you should coach your kids
- Superstar’s signature move
- Random Rugby
- Chiefs' success
- Who would want to be a coach?
- Taking an influential player out
- Tradition versus Professionalism
- Injuries dictate need for team structure
- Rippa Tackle
- Rugby Foundation
- To play or to train
- What happens on tour
- Follow the process, not the emotion
- So much more learned in defeat
- Why you must be a good rugby supporter
- Small Blacks TV
- A team charter
- Hey coach
- Rugby Smart App
- You are not the coach
- Sideline Behaviour
- Choosing your squad
- No trophies
- Same coaches, different teams
- Rugby nutrition
- Ignore all statistics
- Who is benefiting and who isn't
- RugbySmart App
- NZ RUGBY SEVENS
- End of season checklist
- They are kids, not pros!
- What are the duties required of a rugby manager?
- A player from another code
- Playing to your own expectations
- How to turn coaching cliches into gems of advice
- How to tour, big time or small time
- Interested in rugby, sort of, maybe, whatever!
- Be like Dan and love your rugby
- How to retain players; and make your team their choice
- Do you know how to APPLAUD?
- Smaller can be better than bigger
- How to deal with conflict
- Dominate the rugby deck with wrestling and surfing
Random Rugby is a community designed to provide young people with an environment for which they can express their love of rugby.
Random Rugby emphasises the brand value of ‘fun’ and is intended to maintain the interest of teens.
The Facebook page is a forum for members to post videos and comment on the entertaining aspects of the game. While there will be room for user generated videos of tries and slick moves on the field, Random Rugby is also a place where even non-athletes can feel part of the rugby community as they can post content, comments and ‘Like’ content.
The key driver that will guide all our activity for Random Rugby is INSPIRE and the secondary driver is ENTERTAIN.
We will also highlight the fun aspect of being part of the rugby community, with activities designed to demonstrate the appeal of rugby for young people like competing against your mates and sharing good times with like-minded peers.
The objectives of our Random Rugby activity will be to:
• Broaden the appeal of rugby for teenagers
• Create a teen community of rugby fans
• Retain teenagers’ enthusiasm for rugby