4 cones and 1 ball per group.
Split the group into teams of three. On the coaches command the players start running up the channel passing between them, once they reach the end they turn around and come back repeating the passing.
Only two groups in the channel at one time, going in opposite directions.
Communication is vital.
Look out for group coming the other direction.
No dropped balls.
Change players around so all get to work in the centre position.
The players run to the cone and then pass the ball square before running on to the next cone and pass square. When the players reach the end they have to run back through the middle of the cones.
The practice keeps repeating.
1) Run out to a cone - round cone back to the team
2) Run out to a different cone but back to your own team.
3) Dribble ball with your feet up to the line - dive on ball - pick up ball and run back.
Players line up opposite each other in two lines.One player on each side has a ball.
Before players set off on their run the coach calls out a type of pass - depending on the call players must play that type of pass.
Set up the cones as shown.
12 Cones with 2 balls.
Start with 2 players on the centre cone, each with a ball, and facing each other. On GO, the both run backwards to the first cone then side step up the grid to the second cone before running through the slalom cones back to the start where the ball is passed to the next players who only go when each player has received a 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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