Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Rugby: Brian O'Driscoll urges Irish willingness

Posted by Admin On 10:54 AM

Brian O'Driscoll has advice Ireland to step up preparations for the World Cup by matching France's ferocity at the stop working on Saturday. O'Driscoll has recognized the breakdown as the key battlefield for the tournament in New Zealand, which begin on September 9.

Ireland's build-up continues with their trip to Bordeaux in the first of a twofold header against France. O'Driscoll is braced for a demanding evening but believes the contest will make available an ideal workout as the countdown to the World Cup continues.

A lot of it will be about trying to be physical. A big aspect of this World Cup and the warm-up games will be the breakdown.It will be about who wins the collisions and who gets quick ruck ball because that's the be-all and end-all of the game these days.

If you create quick rock ball defenses don't have time to realign, which is how you score tries and get line breaks.There will be an onus on all sides to get the breakdown work spot on.Ireland face a busy schedule this month consisting of four internationals and a fifth game against Connacht, while some group of actors will also turn out in pre-season matches for their provinces.

The hectic warm-up to the World Cup is in response to 2007 when the team arrived in France undercooked and paid the price with an awkward group exit.These games are very imperative. It was well recognized that we weren't match hardened four years ago,said O'Driscoll.


 

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