Ross Munro Williams is a passionate and driven coach who firmly believes in the value of skills coaching and decision making in youth Rugby players. He is a firm believer that South African players have been devoid of any skill acquisition and decision making abilities as a result of being forced into restrictive game plans devoid of any decision making or freedom of expression from an early age. Ross’s main ambition with this site is to help transform the way South African coaches approach coaching at schoolboy level.

Ross has been involved with many teams over a 9 year period including being the first South African College High School Rugby Coaching Coordinator from 2011 – 12, the University of Cape Town’s u20A1 Assistant Coach during the Varsity Cup Young Guns competition from 2012 – 2013 and the Villager FC 1st XV Assistant Coach from 2014 – 15. Ross returns to UCT as the u21 Assistant Coach for the 2016 season.

Coaching Experience:

2007

Hamilton rfc u11A Head Coach

2009

Hamilton rfc u13A Head Coach

SACS u15B Assistant Coach

SACS u15A Forwards Coach

2010

SACS u15A Head Coach

SACS u16A Forwards Coach

2011

SACS u16A Head Coach

SACS High Coaching Coordinator

False Bay u20B Head Coach

2012

SACS u16A Head Coach

UCT u20 Varsity Cup Skills and Technical Coach

2013

UCT u20 Varsity Cup Skills and Technical Coach

UCT u20 League Attacking and Skills Coach

2014

1st XV Villager FC Attacking and Skills Coach and Head Analyst

Consultant Attacking and Skills Coach to Stellenberg High School

2015

1st XV Villager FC Attacking and Skills Coach and Head Analyst

2016

UCT u21 Assistant Coach