Netball Drill Demonstration
C feeds to WA as they drive onto the circle edge at speed
GS holds high and strong at an angle
WA feeds into the space beyond
With larger groups, have a queue of WAs with balls that can send ball to the C then drive forward.
Start the play from a C pass, or simulate ball coming down court from a turnover ball
GS initial hold and angle is key; it must be strong and high
Landing on the circle edge in a balanced and controlled manner
Trust that the feeder can view and place the ball into 'safe' space; decision led by feeder rather than shooter
The feed from the edge can be measured and controlled, no need to rush! Land and balance, take a breathe, and then place the ball neartly into the space!
Created by Sharon, Netball Coach, England