This handball plan looks at the Give and Go - also known as a one-two or double-pass - and how it can give your players the attacking edge in their next game!
When should you use the Give and Go?
Use the give and go when playing against a strong defence which plays a high line to try and force your team to take pot shots from far out, predominantly a 5:1 or 3:2:1 defence system. Playing the ball into another player allows the runner to move into a better position to receive the ball back and make a shot on goal.
Sounds simple, and it is.
With more experienced players you can progress the skill. If you add in a few fakes or dummy passes it can become an entirely different beast - helping your players to continue their looped runs towards the goal unchallenged and create a golden shooting opportunity!
Use this session with your players today, so that this passing technique can become second nature!
Attack from the back! In this plan we look at how your keeper can start the attacking fast break by playing the early ball!
Use the Give and Go in handball to create space, get past defenders and give your team the attacking edge!
Regular analysis of your own performance as a coach will ensure you continue to improve your ability to deliver top quality sessions.
Like many other international tournaments, we've had to wait a little longer for it to start but it's time to get excited for some big hitting!
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