Netball Drill Demonstration

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Developing attacking skills to ensure the ball carrier numerous options! Session Thumbnail
Developing attacking skills to ensure the ball carrier numerous options!

Develop and progress your players attacking play, focusing on giving the ball carrier a number of options up and down the court under pressure and in a competitive environment.

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Split players into pairs with one ball between them.

The worker (player 2) drives from the centre to a cone and then back to the centre again to receive the ball from the feeder (player 1).

The worker then passes back to the feeder and repeats. Each worker repeats this 10 times before changing over.

Coaching points

Players should make a sharp turn upon reaching the cone and should push off using their outside foot.

Shoulders and face should be turned to the feeder at all time. Feet and Hips will be turned in direction of movement.

2 pairs can work in each third of the court. If lacking space have groups of 3.

This practice is useful to get players to understand the importance of the angle of their drive in order to beat/lose their defender.

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Drill tags: free, movement, pairs, space

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