A simple 3 v 2 drill where 3 players run down one side of a grid passing, then back the other side and have to beat two opponents.
Rugby Passing Games
This drill is used to create space in an oppositions defense.
This drill is mostly effective when used after the 3on2 Progression. The opposition will expect the ball to be played wide, meaning they will spread out which should create gaps in the middle for the second man to run in to. The outside man should call for the ball to convince the opposition the ball is coming to him.
The defenders should stand wide, leaving an inside gap.
To progress the 3on2 drills the defenders can choose which way they are going to go without telling the attacking team. This will force the attacking side to think on their feet and throw the correct pass depending where the space is.