There is no better feeling in rugby than fooling a defender with a dummy pass.
At its best, a dummy can unlock the tightest of defences.
The most important thing to remember is to look as if you are actually making the pass - that way the defender is convinced you are about to pass to your team-mate.
And when you don't, you'll leave a very annoyed tackler red-faced.
Don't use the dummy pass all the time, or the opposition will work out your tactic in no time.
Run towards the defender holding the ball in both hands.
Look towards the person you are feigning the pass to and make the passing motion - but do not release the ball.
Again, timing is important if you are going to sell the dummy pass to the defender.
The defender will be drawn to your team-mate - the target of the intended "pass".
Take advantage of this by drawing the ball back into your chest and accelerate into the space created.
Sprint into the space you have just created.
Keep looking around for any players in support who are in a better position than you are.