It is important your players recognise and can give first time balls in order to get the ball to goal quickly.
What?s in the Session?
The session begins with a fun warm-up game focused on your player?s movement and speed of passing. The team who works best as a unit will find it easier to get the ball to the end zone to score. The session develops to provide drills that help develop your player's ability to give the first time ball as quickly as possible, ensuring the ball is in front of the receiver. ?1 v 2 - Giving a GOOD Ball? provides a competitive practice whereby your players can develop working in a partnership and their ball placement. The session concludes with a modified game of netball, with certain conditions placed upon the game to get your players demonstrating what they have learnt.
Players must also work on the timing of their movement, ensuring they are free when the feeder is ready to pass.
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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"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.
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