Netball Drill Demonstration

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Develop your team's getting free options with this session, helping your players to find space

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Increasing Passing Power & Accuracy Under Pressure

This session looks at developing your players attacking principles focusing on short, sharp direct passing to maintain possession.

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Description

1 team starts with the ball and tries and make 10 consecutive passes. The other team can send 1 or 2 players across to try and win the ball for their side.

If the other team wins possession back for their team the roles reverse in other area (10 passes scores a point.)

Coaching points

Encourage players to communicate with one another to ensure they keep possession of the ball.

Try to get players to choose the correct pass for the situation i.e. if their is no defender between the ball and the team mate at a short distance a chest pass would be the best pass selection as it is the quickest and most direct pass.

Get your players thinking for themselves and what pass they are using!

Progression

Variations

  • Change number of passes needed to score
  • Vary number of defenders used
  • Change rules to limit the passing so the ball cannot go back to the players who you've received from

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