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Development Corner

Where's James?

James Sadio is Mackie's rugby development officer. James is always working hard on developing our players to the best of his ability through skills sessions and camps through every year. he works with all positions and concentrates on individual skills and needs for each player at all youth sections. attached are James's plans for youth training during the season 14/15.
during the season he will be working closely to develop our coaches to get the best out of all our players. attached is also his schedule for CPD sessions for mini coaches to attend to upskill themselves so we can thrive to be the best club we can be.

James is also heavily involved with all primary schools in the Aberdeenshire south region, working on bringing new players into the Huge mini section that we proudly host. He also works with his 3 academies to provide rugby sessions in PE curriculum and run teams from each academy for the Brewin Dolphin and north schools cup.

We at Mackie are also committed to following the SRU's Key National Themes (available to download on next page). The key national themes are the basics to play competitive rugby. scottish rugby would like to see all players being coached these. as scotland isnt known for producing the biggest players, we are trying to build the most skilful.

Please if you want any help or ideas do not hesitate to get in touch.
EMAIL: sadiojames@yahoo.co.uk


Coaching Opportunities

If you would like to help out or coach at any level of scottish rugby, then you must have completed the IRB RUGBY READY qualification.

All coaches, referees and teachers are now required to complete the IRB RugbyReady Practical qualification. This covers correct technique, physical preparation, injury prevention and injury management.

For information on gaining your "rugby Ready" status, please contact James atsadiojames@yahoo.co.uk

UKCC

UK Coaching Certificate (UKCC) courses are nationally recognised throughout UK sport as a kite-mark of excellence and are transferable across all three governing bodies - Scottish Rugby, the RFU and WRU. For more information on the UKCC please visit www.sportscoachuk.org

Scottish Rugby's coach education programme is supported by SportScotland. Thanks to ongoing investment in the game, UKCC courses can be offered at a subsidised cost.

Ready for your next step? UKCC courses focus on more detailed technical and tactical knowledge and enhanced coaching skills. Contact James for more information sadiojames@yahoo.co.uk or visit the SRU website for more details

Where next?

Key National Themes here are the SRU's Key National themes which the club is committed to adhering to in order to make s

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