Cone out an area, usually a quarter of a pitch (depending on the group size) as the diagram shows.Aim: To pass the ball to your teammates using your hands, and score in the opposite goal.Rules: When you have the ball in your hands, you are not allowed to move. If you drop the ball and it hits the ground, possession switches to the other team. Throwing the ball through the cones counts as one point. You can intercept passes, but not steal the ball from a players hands. You can block passes. First to 5 goals wins!
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"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
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