As you catch the PLAYBVII your right thumb will automatically touch one of the six sections clearly marked off on the PLAYBVII.
So always catch the PLAYBVII with both hands to keep it under control. You will naturally keep your eyes on the PLAYBVII as your next reflex should be to check which section on the PLAYBVII your thumb is touching.
Just by doing this you have already mastered two important aspects in rugby…. catching the ball with two hands and keeping your eyes on the ball!
The only exception is the quick hands skill. When your right thumb lands on the 'quick hands' section, you have to call out to the next player "quick hands". This means they will not catch and look at the ball for the next indication but rather just continue to pass the ball as quick and controlled as possible to any other player. Thus using the skill 'quick hands'.
The PLAYBVII gets passed on from player to player in any direction so long as everyone gets a fair chance to show off their rugby skills. Don’t be shy to “call” for the PLAYBVII as communication is also very important in rugby.