Focus on your team's defence - with a session designed to help your players put pressure on the opposition from the word "Go!" and prevent the other team reaching your shooting circle from the centre pass.
Defending the opposition's centre pass is the first opportunity your players will get the win back the ball and it should be grabbed with both hands! To help your players' defend like a well oiled machine this sessions works on defending set pieces, communication and movement.
What's in the Session?
To ensure every player on your team knows what their role is when defending centre passes this session looks at three set plays your team can adopt, practice and integrate into their game when defending the initial pass from the centre - getting players to cover the options, look for the interception and cover one another to put the squeeze on your opposition.
Get your players to support one another, communicate and defend like a well oiled machine with this defending plan.
Get your defenders reading the situation, reacting to the ball and performing clean interceptions to regain possession
Get your players driving onto the ball with this attacking session, helping them to lose their marker and create space
Having the shooters to put the points on the board is vital. Get your players in the attacking circle full of confidence with this shooting session.
A great pass is made by a perfect delivery and a concise lead to offer the passing option. Get your players moving for each other to create connections over the whole court.
Encourage your players to find space and start thinking tactically by being more aware of other players on court as well as improving their ball handling skills
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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