Try of the Week | Rebels vs. Western Force
Set Play Analysis
1. Perfect ‘hip’ line from the 14. Staying hidden until very late in the play makes this hard to defend.
2. Excellent diversion from the 12 and 13 who run an ‘X’ or ‘cross’ play. Those advanced in their knowledge of rugby take note of the 13’s running line – at the inside shoulder of the opposition defender, which nullifies the chances of an obstruction being called whilst also creating the gap for the 14 to run into.
3. Brilliant timing of the pass from 10 should not be underestimated – this move was practised a lot in order to be executed like this!
4. We should also never forget the forwards who have laid the perfect platform to attack from.