- met stuit
- 1 hand
- 2 handen
Players work in groups of three with one ball per group.
The worker (player 2) passes the ball to the feeder (player 1) and then follows their pass, looping behind the feeder.
Once they are behind the feeder they then call for the return pass which they then offload to the next player in line.
Drill continues in this way.
variations in passing :
- (center shot with pressure into the direction of the goal), threatening to throw at the goal
- (center shot with pressure into the direction of the goal), threatening to throw at the pivot
- jump shot (3,2,1 step rythym, jump off with 'wrong' foot
- push pass
- bounce pass
- with both hands
- roll the ball
- use 'wrong' hand
Three players line up across the width of the pitch, these players are the return passers. When they receive a pass they throw it immediately back to the player who passed to them.
The remainder of the players have a ball each and start on the sideline. Their job is to run the width of the pitch, passing the ball to all the return passers, catching the return pass and then carrying on to the next player.
When they reach the other side of the pitch they run around the cone and then dribble as fast as they can to the back of the queue.
Players stand in groups behind different cones.
Players must pass the ball to the player opposite them and then follow their pass behind the player on the opposite side.
Players can use a variation of passes:
Center shot, jump shot (3,2,1 step rhythm), push pass, bounce pass, double handed pass, rolled pass, pass using your weaker hand etc.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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