Set up a wide pitch, with cones on the half way line plus an extra box on two opposite corners. These corner boxes are the prisons for tackled/tagged players.
The aim of the game is for players to run into the opposing team's area and grab a ball to bring back into their ball area in their half.
However, if a player is tackled/tagged while in the other team's half they must go and stand in the prison square.
Players can be released from prison by being tagged by a team-mate. Once released they must walk around the outside of the pitch back to their own half before rejoining the game.
One team must try and complete 10 passes in a small grid.Â
When the player has the ball in his hand he cannot move, the other team must try to intercept the ball to stop them completing 10 passes.Â
Defending team must stand 1 metre away from ball carrier.
If the ball is dropped or intercepted its a turn over.Â
If a team knock the ball down its a knock on and the same attacking team keep the ball.Â
Groups of 2. Everyone find some space. Stand opposite your partner. One of the players (attacker) use footwork and move arround. The other (defender), try to keep as close as they can to the moving player. The attackers claps at a point of his choice, this is when the defender makes a shoulders on contact. Low Impact. Shoulders on.
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