Direct, powerful passing is absolutely paramount to attacking at pace. Being able to make connections with fast passes will allow you to cut through the opposition at will. Use this session to fine tune your teams passing and movement!
What?s in the Session?
Begin the session with an intensive ?pass and move? practice to engage your players and get them ready for lots of passing and receiving. Next, develop their skills with multiple practices that work on their passing, positioning to receive the pass, turning once they?ve received it, and moving it on again. The practices demand a high level of quality plus a sound technique to get the most out of them. You will soon see those whose technique requires slightly more attention. End the session with a modified game which has two balls active at the same time. The most successful team will be the ones who can move the ball quickly and keep a clear picture of how the court looks.
Desire to play fast, attacking netball is one thing, but to do so, you must nail the basics. Make sure your teams technique is firing, ready to be able to pass the ball around the court with pace and accuracy.
Develop your player's ability to get free and move into space to receive the ball effectively under pressure, ensuring they lose their defender to maintain possession.
Develop your players ability to create and penetrate space, working as a unit to provide offers for the ball carrier.
Help your players master the basic ball control skills to move onto executing more complex and advanced skills as players develop their knowledge and playing abilities.
Develop your players ability to close down space for the opposition to increase your team's chances of gaining possession of the ball.
Build upon your player's team cohesion, in particular focusing on their passing and communication skills to keep possession of the ball.
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