Quade Cooper shows us why he never uses a kicking tee in training

Quade Cooper shows us why he never uses a kicking tee in training

Quade Cooper gave his massive Instagram following a masterclass in what it is to kick correctly.

In the video that Quade put out he said…

My typical kicking session.. practicing my ball strike and getting momentum through the ball which is why I kick off the ground if you are wondering.. .
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Clip 1. Standing drop kick x 10
Clip 2. Still place kick x 10
Clip 3. Running drop kick x 10 (use a side line or a painted line to keep your body inside the line)
Clip 4. Running place kick of the deck x10 .
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4 or 5 kicks at goal to finish ✊🏾❤️ have a crack and see how you go.

An interesting thing to see in this video is that Quade does not use a kicking tee when he trains.  His reasoning behind this is to get momentum off the ground which we find odd, but with a strike rate of 79% he must be doing something right.

CREDIT: Quade Cooper / Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/B0QLt33AZnv/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

In other news: Cheetahs sign Duncan Saal

Winger Duncan Saal will be joining the Toyota Cheetahs for the 2019/20 Guinness PRO14 season.

22-year-old Saal, who has won the Varsity Cup title with the Maties, was named in the Stormers Super Rugby squad for 2019, however, he did not get any game time at the Cape franchise.

At the age of 19, Saal, scored his first Varsity Cup hat-trick when he crossed the whitewash on three occasions against the University of Pretoria Tuks. In 2017 he repeated the feat, but this time against the arch-rivals, the University of Cape Town Ikeys. In 2018 he achieved his third hat-trick when the scored three time against the University of the Free State Shimlas in Stellenbosch.

The winger was named in the Varsity Cup Dream title in 2017 and in 2018.

He has previously represented Western Province in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge. In 2017 Saal was a part of the Western Province team which won the U21 Championship.