Ram Solo Skills Rugby Ball – Rebound Wall Individual Shadow Training (Size 5, 4 and 3)

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$30.00

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Ram Solo Skills – Rebounder Rugby Ball

A revolutionary rugby training ball to aid in pass development – the pass and catch Solo Skills Rugby Football Ball.

One end is flat and the other a conventional rugby ball shape. The ball has been specifically developed to bounce back, spin and return to the player when the flat edge is thrown or passed against a wall. See video of the ball in action on Yardgames by English Rugby Union player Freddie Burns.

The Solo Skills Ball can assist players of all ages and levels in improving their passing, catching, and throwing skills at their own individual performance pace, and independently of a training partner.

Specification:

  • 3D Grip for ultimate passing and catching control
  • Ultima grade for synthetic rubber
  • Hand-stitched
  • 2 year shape guarantee
  • Sizes: 5, 4 or 3 are available.
  • Size 3 Approx 16cm diameter, 19cm long
  • Size 4 Approx 17cm diameter, 20cm long
  • Size 5 Approx 19cm diameter, 21cm long
  • Colours may vary.

One flattened end of this rugby ball which is designed for independent practice; Throw against a wall to practice passing & catching skills; 3D Grip for ultimate passing and catching control; Ultima grade synthetic rubber; RFU Directive On Ball Sizes: Size 3 (Under 7, 8 & 9); Size 4 (Under 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14); Size 5…

Ram Solo Skills Rugby Ball – Rebound Wall Individual Shadow Training (Size 5, 4 and 3)

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