Warriors Talk Tactics With Clubs

Players from the Glasgow Warriors squad will be imparting their experience to local BT Premiership clubs on Tuesday evening (4 October) as they assist in the clubsa?" coaching sessions.Whether in general back play or specifics such as scrummaging techniques and line-outs, the Warriors players have been allocated to each session depending on which areas the club coaches would like to work on.Warriors head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??We contacted all the Glasgow district clubs in the premiership to offer coaching assistance from our players._Wea?"re delighted to assist in developing the game at all levels in our district and not only will it help the clubs but will also give our own players valuable coaching experience and help develop their leadership skills.a??Kenny Murray, head coach of BT Premier Two club Cartha Queens Park, said: a??I think ita?'s an excellent initiative._To have input at our session from guys who are playing at the professional level will be great for our players, especially given that we can get specific help on the areas wea?'d like to concentrate on most._Seeing the different levels of the game working together is really encouraging for rugby in Glasgow.a??
CLUB_- COACHING AREA - WARRIORS PLAYERS
AyrScrummaging and backsKevin Tkachuk, Sam Pinder, Iain Kennedy, Lloyd Campbell-McBride
Cambuslang
Front row and back row Graeme Morrison, Stevie Swindall, Fergus Thomson
Cartha Queens Park Clearing out skills, ball on ground Donnie Macfadyen, John Barclay, Tim Barker
East Kilbride Scoring zone, decision making, building & creating opportunity Graeme Beveridge, Scott Barrow, Mike Roberts
Hamilton Scrummaging and front row Euan Murray and Stuart Corsar
Hillhead/Jordanhill Defence, attack and running lines Colin Shaw, Scott Forrest, Hefin Oa?"Hare
Stirling County Rucking, contact skills, back play Gregor Hayter, John Beattie, Colin Gregor
West of Scotland Line-outs, goal kicking. Graydon Staniforth, Dan Turner, James EddiePlayers from the Glasgow Warriors squad will be imparting their experience to local BT Premiership clubs on Tuesday evening (4 October) as they assist in the clubsa?" coaching sessions.Whether in general back play or specifics such as scrummaging techniques and line-outs, the Warriors players have been allocated to each session depending on which areas the club coaches would like to work on.Warriors head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??We contacted all the Glasgow district clubs in the premiership to offer coaching assistance from our players._Wea?"re delighted to assist in developing the game at all levels in our district and not only will it help the clubs but will also give our own players valuable coaching experience and help develop their leadership skills.a??Kenny Murray, head coach of BT Premier Two club Cartha Queens Park, said: a??I think ita?'s an excellent initiative._To have input at our session from guys who are playing at the professional level will be great for our players, especially given that we can get specific help on the areas wea?'d like to concentrate on most._Seeing the different levels of the game working together is really encouraging for rugby in Glasgow.a??
CLUB_- COACHING AREA - WARRIORS PLAYERS
AyrScrummaging and backsKevin Tkachuk, Sam Pinder, Iain Kennedy, Lloyd Campbell-McBride
Cambuslang
Front row and back row Graeme Morrison, Stevie Swindall, Fergus Thomson
Cartha Queens Park Clearing out skills, ball on ground Donnie Macfadyen, John Barclay, Tim Barker
East Kilbride Scoring zone, decision making, building & creating opportunity Graeme Beveridge, Scott Barrow, Mike Roberts
Hamilton Scrummaging and front row Euan Murray and Stuart Corsar
Hillhead/Jordanhill Defence, attack and running lines Colin Shaw, Scott Forrest, Hefin Oa?"Hare
Stirling County Rucking, contact skills, back play Gregor Hayter, John Beattie, Colin Gregor
West of Scotland Line-outs, goal kicking. Graydon Staniforth, Dan Turner, James Eddie