Set up a channel with two sets of defenders working in pairs inside.
Three attacking players start with the ball and run around the far cone, realigning as they run around the cone. Players then play out the 3v2.
After this first 3v2 the attackers must move the ball quickly and play out the second 3v2.
This could be perfect fro a warm up drill.
Player with the ball runs to first cone and performs a pull back pass to the second receiver then onto the 3rd.
When the ball reaches the third the 3rd reciver runs to the cone and performs a pull back pass back inside the the 2nd reciver in the next line.
This is continuus and should be short and fast pase.
Players stand around a coach holding ball.
The players then throw a second ball at the coach, he uses his ball to defelct the bal in differnt directions back at the players
The players must try and catch the ball.
If the players drop it they go to the bottom of the line.
Winner is the one who finishes at the top.
Keep your player briefing, brief! Tell your players the folloiwng......... Players should be moving, staying around 5 meters part - running with the ball and attacking space. Players make 10 passes and then: Make figure 8 between legs. Partner does the same after another 10 passes. 10 passes then throw ball up and make a 360 degree turn to catch it before it hits the floor. 10 passes then throw ball overhead and catch it behind back. You might consider asking players to pass the ball with just one hand, off their hip
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