Speed, agility and accurate footwork are crucial skills within netball and play a key role in getting away from your opponent.
What's in the Session?
The session begins with a fun, competitive warm-up game focused on speed and agility. This theme is carried throughout the session, providing a series of drills looking at your player's movement and footwork. These practices will help your players keep a small footbase, enabling them to increase their speed and agility in order to get free from their opponent. ?Taking on two defenders? provides a perfect drill for your players to practice these skills. The session concludes with a fun team game that allows your players to demonstrate and practice what they have learnt.
These skills are not only crucial in attack, being able to create and penetrate space to creating goal-scoring opportunities, but also in defence in order to stick tight and dictate your opponent to create interceptions.
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.
Develop your players understanding and use of fast, accurate footwork to make successful interceptions or force an error.
Build upon your players shooting technique and movement inside and outside the circle. Focus on getting your players to work together as a tight attacking unit to maximise chances on goal.
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