It's great that you are teaching the kids "good skills" rather than rugby-scrum-soccer ... but 90% possession leading to 10% of the goals ... something isn't right. Sounds like they need to be learning more skills of putting the ball in the net once they have control (rather than just playing keep-away), and perhaps a new tactic to defend against the "scrum offence" would help. Maybe have them play a man-on-man defence, so that when the other team bunches up your team has numbers there too, and focus on having a few guys whose job it is to stay outside the scrum no matter what, and the others are trying to get them the ball.
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