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Defence is Key!

A team's attack is only as good as their defense. Be sure not to fall into the trap of involving too many men into your attack and thereby weakening your defense. The game of Crash Tackle has a nasty way…

Tackle Zones

The key to minimizing gaps in your defence is to create as many tackle zones as possible. The more tackle zones you have on the field the less likely your opponent is of making breaks through your defence. Try to…

Every Point Counts!

In a tight game every point you can save puts your team in a stronger position. If your opponent scores on the red space under the poles it is considered that the conversion kick is unmisable and he will receive…

Force the Errors

The more dice rolls your opponent makes the greater the chances of them failing! Try to force them to pass and gather as often as possible as this increases the chances of error!! The easiest way to force them to…

Shouldering

Shouldering your opponent is a great way to defend against the 'chip 'n chase'. Most players place the kick in a position where their player can just reach it. By placing your player in a space to the front of…

Defending the Channels

A Channel is a straight line of spaces that runs parrallel to the touch lines. The fastest way for an opponent to get to your tryline is to run straight or in a channel. You can effectively defend these channels…