One player from each team goes to the oppositions end and starts in the end zone.
The aim of the game is for each team to kick a grubber kick through to their team mate the other end of the grid in the end zone. When a ball gets through to a player in the end zone the player that kicks the ball goes to join them.
The winner is the first team to get all their players in the end zone.
Correct kicking techniques.
Correct pick up techniques
Ball must not go outside of grid.Grubber kicks only.Player must stay in their own half.
Number of players: 5 working with 1 ball.
Grid size: 20x20
Practice grubber kick and punt.
4 players on each corner of the grid kick the ball to each other. Player in the middle attempts to intercept the ball. If kick is intercepted kicker becomes the chaser.
One player starts with ball and runs to first cone, where he kicks the ball across to the other cone.
The other player must time his run to collect the ball.
He should be collecting the ball as near to full pace as he can.
Either a grubber or a chip kick can be used.
With a chip kick, the receiving player should try to catch the ball on the full.
One team starts in the middle of the grid along the line. The idea of the game is to kick the ball over the middle team and try to land the ball in the oppositions area. If the ball is caught then no points are scored, if the ball bounces in the oppositions area then 1 point is scored.
If one of the players in the middle catches the ball (they gain 1 point) then they swap positions with the team that kicked the ball.
"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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