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1 Experience Sharing by Frank Hadden

2 Planning to Win

3 Player Numbers by Union

4 National Teams Performance since 2000 Scotland Played 65 won % Overall Performance

5 Age Group Performance since 2000 Under 21 - Won 35% Under 20 - Won 13% Under 19 - Won 36% Played 49 won 17 Played 15 won 2 Played 56 won 20 Overall Performance

6 Scotland’s Playing Record under Matt Williams 2004/5Played 18 Won 3

7 2005/06 P10 W6 60%

8 Video Analysis

9 Individual Stats

10 Argentina Tour Stats

11 Lineout Wins

12 Lineout

13 Scrum Stability

14 Scrum

15 Tackles vs Miss Tackles since 2004

16 Linebreak

17 Post Training Recovery Strategy Weigh In 2-3 min ice bath 2-3 min hot bath/shower Myoplex drink with 1 litre of water Myoplex carb/protein bar Full body massage Eat full meal within 1 hour

18 Post Match Recovery Strategy Weigh In 5 min ice bath 2-3 leg drain 5 min spin cycle 5 min flush massage on legs 2-3 min hot bath/shower Lucozade recovery drink (500mls water) Myoplex drink with 1 litre of water Myoplex carb/protein bar 2-3 sandwiches/fruit/jaffa cakes Eat full meal within 1 hour

19 Day After Game Recovery Strategy Weigh In 8 min ice bath 10 min massage 10 mins pool work (dynamic flex/swimming) 10 mins dynamic flex and jet massage in hydro pool Lucozade recovery drink (500 mls water) Myoplex drink with 1 litre of water Myoplex carb/protein bar 500 mls of lucozade hydro active/hydrate

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22 PREVIOUS SCOTLAND COACHES RECORDS JIM TELFER P53 W21 39% SIR IAN MCGEECHAN P43 W18 41%

23 SCOTLAND COACHES RECORDS FROM 2000 TO 2005 SIR IAN MCGEECHAN MATT WILLIAMS P43 W18 41% P18 W3 17%

24 SIR IAN MCGEECHAN COACHING RECORD FROM 2000 TO 2004 P43 W18 41%

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26 National Day Sheet

27 Weekly Overview

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30 National Teams Performance since 2000 Scotland Scotland Scotland Played 98 won % Played 65 won % Played 35 won % Overall Performance

31 High Performance Attitude Ability AttitudeAbility Attitude Ability

32 Experience Sharing by Frank Hadden 28 May 2010

33 Post War Performance Post War 5 Nations Results

34 High Performance Ability Warrior Spirit T-Cup

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37 Team Stats RWC 2007

38 Defence

39 Scotland Statistics IRBBy Players Difference 9.Scotland (15) Italy (14) Fiji (7) Samoa (17) Tonga (18) Georgia (19) Canada (12) Japan (5) -11 IRB World Rankings Sept 2008 IRBBy Players Difference 1.New Zealand (6) +5 2.South Africa (2) - 3.Australia (3) - 4.Argentina (8) +4 5.England (1) Wales (10) +4 7.France (3) -4 8.Ireland (11) +3

40 Scotland Statistics 10.South Africa 11.Australia 12.Fiji Canada 14.France 15.England 16.Japan World Rankings Sept Scotland 2.Samoa New Zealand Tonga Georgia 6.Argentina Wales Italy 9.Ireland

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42 Player Numbers by Union

43 Argentina Tour 2008 Debrief 22nd Sept 2008

44 Scotland Statistics IRB Ave Age 9.Fiji (27.4) 10.Georgia (27.3) 11.Australia (27.2) 12.New Zealand (27.1) 13.Italy (26.9) 13.Japan (26.9) 14.South Africa (26.8) 14.Namibia (26.8) 15.Canada (26.6) 16.Scotland (26.6) 17.Scotland (6N08) (26.0) 18.Scotland (Arg 08) (26.0) Average Team Age Scotland IRB Ave Age 1.England (30.0) 2.Wales (29.8) 3.Argentina (29.3) 4.France (28.8) 4.Ireland (28.8) 5.Tonga (28.2) 6.Samoa (27.9) 7.USA (27.7) 8.Romania (27.6) 9.Portugal (27.4)

45 Pre Autumn Tests Training Camp La Manga 27 Oct 2008

46 Source of Tries 08/09

47 T - Cup

48 Physicality Dominant Tackles from 15% to 30% over 3 years Trinations 2008 Dominant tackles 51%

49 Gainline and Set Piece Well Delivered Lineout - 63% 1st Phase gainline crosses from Lineout - 47% Stable Scrums - 62% 1st Phase gainline crosses from Scrum - 53%

50 What we do next is entirely dependent on the speed of ball

51 Some key attacking principles Man on each touchline Understand the difference between slide and rush D Understand how to recognise and use space Understand if you time your run well, run hard, and the support is accurate you will get quick ball All kicks are attacking kicks

52 What we do next is entirely dependent on the speed of ball

53 Scotland had bulked up over the summer but we out-muscled them as usual at the breakdown Jake White - Autobiography

54 Counter Attack 6 Nations per game 6-10 around own 10m to 1/2 way 1st phase good then what? 6n 08 turned over or poor kick

55 Source of Tries 08/09

56 SRU Performance Plan Dec 2007PA1

57 National Team Employee Brief 19 January 2009

58 Player Appraisals

59 Video Analysis

60 Player Game time so far this season

61 The Week before… MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday Scot- land Recovery for Sunday players - Analysis Team training Team training (minus Captain and Coach) Fitness training for domestic players 10 squad playing 10 squad travel to camp Wales No Sunday game Team training Team training (minus Captain and Coach) Team training Rest Full Squad AvailablePartial Squad Available

62 National Team Mike Brewer, Graham Steadman, Scott Crawford A typical ‘out of competition’ week Watch 1-3 games live Analyse a further 8-10 games on video Appraise player performance and feedback to individuals Analyse opposition and trends in the pro game Plan forthcoming tournament Board meetings, reg.9, High Perf group


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