‘It’s easy for us sitting in the stands seeing a lot of people at the breakdown and knowing there are holes elsewhere. The key is for the players to compose and see the bigger picture.’
Catt’s mobile lights system is called fitLight trainer, and Care added: ‘Six or seven lights are stuck on a wall and dotted around the room. Different coloured lights come on intermittently. You practise your drills but keep your head up at the same time to see the lights.
‘Put into context, it’s like me running into a ruck. You don’t want tunnel vision so you need to be also looking around for your next move. Red light tells you to go there, green light somewhere else.’
Will the lights make the difference when they face Wales next Sunday?
‘Hopefully,’ Care added. ‘We beat Ireland despite throwing away chances. I’m not sure we can afford to do that again.’