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In one third of the court any number of players work with one ball between them.

The aim of the game is for players to pass the ball to each other, whilst one player attempts to catch the player in possession of the ball.

Once the player in possession has been caught players swap roles, with the player who was caught becoming the next catcher.

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Quick passing, quick thinking!

You can increase/decrease the size of the area to make the drill harder/easier respectively for the catcher.

Variation:

Have more than one catcher in each third.

The players in possession of the ball must try to tag the catcher with the ball itself (promoting fast passing to get the ball close the catcher).

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