is there a need to ban tackling and scrums(5 Posts)
missyrogers Wed 21-Mar-18 08:44:04
Snowysky20009 Wed 21-Mar-18 13:58:06
spacecadet48 Wed 21-Mar-18 14:00:44
ReinettePompadour Wed 21-Mar-18 14:10:51
Snowysky20009 Wed 21-Mar-18 17:22:54
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please could you help me with my dissertation and follow this link and take park in a small questionnaire, this is a subject that is very close to my heart and i feel that it needs investigating,
many thanks Zoe docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd9ATG0plbIP4K3GHHkg4eLFOgzOMm1IOVEAS9HBq8lqoAsGg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Completed. Will ask dp and rugby playing ds to complete tonight.
Good luck with it!
My OH is a rugby coach and I will share it with his club for completion too. Although recognise they probably won't support a ban. I will send it to my fellow school class list too and stick it on my Facebook so it can be shared.
I have completed it. Some of your questions dont really make sense. I wasnt sure if I was agreeing with my previous answer or agreeing with the comment you provided a few questions before.
The age band 11-18 is too broad. I would be happy for my 16 year old to learn scrum and tackle techniques but my just turned 11 year old maybe not. I couldnt express this on your survey. You will find that the answers would be completely different for age 11-14 and 15-18 as separate groups. Plus an 11 year old is still in primary school and 18 year old an adult working or at university. Theyre completely different with completely different physical make up, requirements and characteristics.
I'm a rugby coach, rugby clubs first aider and a parent of players.
ReinettePompadour makes some good points
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