In pairs throwing the ball to each other. Each player should try to throw the ball over the head and beyond their partner each time.
1 feeder, 1 worker, 1 rounders ball, cones.
The feeder and worker stand opposite each other 4 metres apart.
Players work in twos and start with the working player facing away from the feeder.
When the feeder calls the name of the worker they should turn quickly and catch the ball.
Once caught they throw the ball back to the feeder and repeat.
Throwing & Catching
In 4âs â feeder rolls the ball in to worker who picks up and releases out of the side of the hand to the post player.
Position in relation to the post receives a ball and takes the post CP one step away inside the post so that you can reach with one step. Take the post away from the runner with ball and arm.
In 3’s, 2 feeders, worker sets up to catch over the shoulder and passes it to opposite side.This feeder throws the ball to the origianal feeder. CP Set self first Thumbs up Eye on the ball Give with the elbows
In 2’s both on one knee – opposite knee down to allow hip to come through
In 2’s both on one knee – opposite knee down to allow hip to come through Flick of wrist
In 2’s both on one knee – opposite knee down to allow hip to come through continue to flick wrist after ball has left hand
3 cones â approach ball â pick up â check elbow and follow through
In 2âs or 3âs balls on 3 cones â approach ball â pick up â check elbow and follow through
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