Both fielders run behind the post player to stop the ball if the post player is not able to catch or stop the ball.
This is a relay for players to learn to react to balls that don't come directly towards them.
In Groups of 4, with one feeder and 3 players stood in a line players take it in turns to run out and react to the ball that's been thrown wide of them.
Once the ball's been thrown fielders must run out and gather the ball, before then throwing it back to the feeder and running to the back of the line, waiting for their next turn.
Organise a group as shown in the diagram.
On the coach's command of "Yes" the batsman (white player) runs up and down between the 2 posts.
At the same time players in team B (blue players) throw and catch the ball to each other.
As the batsman completes their 2nd run the next batsman sets off.
Count the total number of catches made when the last better completes their final run.
Players work in groups of four.
With one feeder and one fielder stood on a post, with another two players backing up behind the post player, in a triangle formation.
The fielder throws the ball to the post players for them to catch. Every time the ball is thrown the backing up players should get behind the post player, ready to stop the ball in case the player misses the catch.
After 10 throws each players rotate in a clockwise direction.
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
"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.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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