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Drift
24-05-10, 02:05
On the front row briefing paragraph it says:

Front-row briefing.
This is a simple exercise, as much to cover your back as it is to make your life easy. A quick run-through of what you expect at scrum time. "I'll make my mark, when there's a decent gap and your second rows are in I'll call 'crouch and hold, engage' - do not go before the engage. Props I want a good straight bind on the back. I want it square and stationary until the ball is in please. Any questions?"

But this should be Crouch, touch, pause, engage.

Cheers

Dickie E
24-05-10, 03:05
as much to cover your back as it is to make your life easy.

and here I was thinking it was to help prevent front rowers from suffering debilitating injuries.

Robert Burns
24-05-10, 05:05
Lol,

Thanks for that Oli, I'll update when I get home.

Drift
24-05-10, 05:05
No worries.

Cheers mate

OB..
24-05-10, 10:05
as much to cover your back as it is to make your life easy.

and here I was thinking it was to help prevent front rowers from suffering debilitating injuries.

:D

Obviously that is the purpose of the sequence. Repeating it to the front rows at every briefing is indeed CYA, but surely by now it has become white noise?

Deeps
24-05-10, 11:05
:D

Obviously that is the purpose of the sequence. Repeating it to the front rows at every briefing is indeed CYA, but surely by now it has become white noise?

I get them to give the briefing nowadays.

Davet
24-05-10, 11:05
Deeps - I like that idea...

Robert Burns
24-05-10, 14:05
I tried that once and was deafened by the silence, so gave up.