Bristol Rugby stars take Clevedon School coaching session

PUBLISHED: 13:00 01 November 2017

Billy Searle and Sione Faletau with Clevedon School students. Picture: JMP UK

Billy Searle and Sione Faletau with Clevedon School students. Picture: JMP UK

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Young rugby players in Clevedon have been given a coaching session by two stars of Bristol’s team.

Billy Searle coaching Clevedon School students. Picture: JMP UKBilly Searle coaching Clevedon School students. Picture: JMP UK

Billy Searle and Sione Faletau visited Clevedon School in Valley Road to give its under-14s team some top tips on how to improve their game.

The two players taught some basic passing drills and how to tackle while under pressure, before giving pupils the chance to play in some small sided games.

Billy Searle coaching at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UKBilly Searle coaching at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UK

Matt Brown, a year nine student, said: “Even though the two players hadn’t had a lot of time to coach us, the drills were something that we would take away and practice.

“Overall the experience of the coaching was really good.

Billy Searle coaching pupils at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UKBilly Searle coaching pupils at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UK

“We had a quick coaching session at the end and got to know how they got to Bristol and just general stuff about them.”

Bristol Rugby play in the RFU Championship, and are currently top of the table having won all seven games of the season so far.

Billy Searle and Sione Faletau holding a coaching session at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UKBilly Searle and Sione Faletau holding a coaching session at Clevedon School. Picture: JMP UK


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