Make sure that none of your team are isolated when on the attack with this week's session, as we work on developing their attacking play and becoming an option for the ball carrier. By working on your team's reactions and movement, we'll get your players arriving to the ball faster than their opponents, ready to provide an option for their team-mates.
Through a series of challenging but fun activities, get your players working in a number of competitive practices, helping them to be well prepared ahead of your next fixture. Use top drills such as Diamond getting free, to help your players use a number of techniques to get free from their marker, such as feinting. It's important that your players understand the need to support their team-mates when going on the attack, so work closely on their movement, reacting quickly to the pass.
Don't let any of your team go on the attack alone! Make sure your players are ready to provide an option and improve their attacking play.
Develop your player's ability to dictate their opponents movement and apply pressure to the ball carrier.
This session focuses on defending in particular, denying and limiting space for the opposition through applying maximum pressure on the ball.
This session works on players attacking capabilities including speed, agility and decision making skills.
This session looks at developing your players basic passing and movement skills to ensure your players are performing the basics effectively under pressure especially during a competitive match.
This session works on other core netball skills which include; speed, agility and decision making skills through passive and competitive situations.
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Cup final season is upon us! That's why we take a look at how to best prepare your players for the end of season showdowns!
The helpful tips, ideas and drills are super useful for developing our coaching abilities and the abilities of our players.