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What is happening here ?

what is going on ?

It is too fast and the start up is not explained clearly ?

Sorry Mark for the fast drill animation. I have tried to write down the text of what is happening (see below).

It is a difficult animation to follow but hopefully it makes more sense with the extra notes now.
Bram

Give and Go Circle - Part 2

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Description:
  1. The inside player passes the ball to their partner on the outside.

  2. The inside player then moves anticlockwise to receive the ball back via a wall pass from the outside player.

  3. After the inside player receives the ball back they give it once more to the outside player

  4. This time the outside player runs into the inside position and the inside player runs to the outside position. (players reverse roles).

Practice continues.


Coaching Points:

This practice requires good concentration from all players - you may wish to walk through it at 50% pace to begin with to ensure players understand the movement patterns (one-two pass, switch positions, repeat).

How many 'pairs' ? In the 'middle' of what ?

You're opening sentence is far too vague.

So explain how the drill begins please ?

 

Hi Mark,

Thanks for coming back to this answer after so many years! What we've done is to go back into the system and update the notes for to try and remove any confusion, for you and other coaches.

You can view the practice, with its updated notes below:
Give and Go - Circle Part 2

I hope this clears up any confusion - let us know if this helps!

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