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Defending Principle - Tight teamwork to maximise the ZONE defence Session Thumbnail
Defending Principle - Tight teamwork to maximise the ZONE defence

Don?t underestimate the value of defending. It?s the only way to start an attack!

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Maximising Turnovers

Make the most of your turnovers to set up lethal attacks time after time.

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Developing tight man to man defence to limit ball carrier options Session Thumbnail
Developing tight man to man defence to limit ball carrier options

Don?t let the opposition slip through your defence! Mark them tightly and improve your team?s defending skills

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Applying pressure to force mistakes Session Thumbnail
Applying pressure to force mistakes

Defence is the first form of attack so make sure that your players are more than capable of defending to a high standard with this session!

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Play 5 on 5 or 6 on 6, attack v defence!

Every time the defender is marking the attacker from 3 feet they get a point. See how many points each group can get within the limited time period!

After one minute swap attack and defence around to see which team can score the most points!

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3 feet away then put your hands up, balanced with knees bent, feet at shoulder distance apart, whole feet on the ground, not just toes.

After 60 secs repeat the same drill for 30 seconds, and then for 15 seconds.

Come the end of this game give the winning team high praise and a pat on back. The winning team can now think up a penalty for the losing side, ie. 10x sprints, 10xpress ups, 10x, star jumps...

You will be surprised at what they come up wth as a penalty!

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