In groups of 4 inside the grid with 1 ball per group.
Players should pass the ball around the group with small pops.
On the coach's whistle the player with the ball takes the ball into contact and hits the floor. Other players must then seal-clear-pick.
After picking the ball players can continue to pop pass the ball until they hear the next whistle.
Work on players' body position when they hit the floor, in the contact/hit and the seal.
Introduce more if pop to runner.
Introduce passive defenders in the area (players with the ball should take ball into contact with one of them before going to ground to present the ball.)
Slow the drill down and introduce more defenders to increase the difficulty.
Two players with shields stand facing the runners on opposite sides of a grid. On the command, the players run into the shield and spins to their right before joining the back of the group on the left hand side. The practice keeps repeating.
On GO, each ball carrier drives into the contact pad and spins out, past the defender before passing the ball to the next player in the other group.
2 attackers with a half back attack a defender
The support player should be able to read the situation and apply the best techniques for ball security, either driving out or sealing off the ball.
The ball carrier and one support player runs towards the other group and, at the middle the ball carrier goes to ground and presents the ball. The support player straddles the player on the ground, picks up the ball and runs on to the next group, passing the ball to them
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