Hockey: One touch passing across the river

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DESCRIPTION

Working in pairs players have to play 1 touch passes across the river (2 lines of cones about 2 meters apart).

If one of the players touches the ball twice they should stop and go back, joining the queue again.

This way only the players who successfully pass their way down the river can have a shot at goal (again with their first touch).

Players in pairs have to try and 1st touch pass the ball across the river if one of the players touches the ball twice they should stop and come back so only if the players are successful all the way they can have a shot at goal (again with their first touch.)

COACHING POINTS

Players should start with soft passes so the ball does not need to be stopped by the players returning the pass

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