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Paul Gustard

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Rugby Coach Weekly Coaching Classroom: Defensive principles of play: Support in defence

 

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Harlequins Mic'd: Paul Gustard

 

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Welcome to Harlequins: Paul Gustard

 

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Paul Gustard - Competing for the ball drill

 

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Hips up and body position rugby coaching drills - Paul Gustard

Paul Gustard is a former rugby union footballer who played for Leicester Tigers, London Irish and Saracens at flanker. He was captain of rugby and educated at the Royal Grammar School in Newcastle and is the son of former Gosforth favourite Steve Gustard, who was the club's leading try scorer for several seasons in the late 1970s. He gained Full County Cap honours with Durham County & was selected to captain the England u21 tour to Australia under Manager Jeff Probyn. An extraordinary honour as he was the only player not to be attached to a Premiership Rugby Squad.
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