Counteracting a rotating shooting circle - Deny, Delay and Dicate

Thank you, what a brilliant site. Our team uses many of these effective...
Debbie

DESCRIPTION

Set up with both GS/GA in the circle

GA takes 1st phase just outside the circle

C hits top and WA playing to pocket

GA can choose to go C or WA and then enter the circle

Ball has to go in and out of the circle 3 times before a shot can be taken

X8 then discuss and repeat

Switch pairings as required

 

COACHING POINTS

GD and GK - Playing sides and or top and base in the circle looking to switch onto attacker in their space

Aim to confuse the space and make it look full

Keeping their attacking on one side - ideally non ball side and in limited space and/or forcing the attacking into uncomfortable positions - high in clrcle, close to the ball carrier into another D in or out of the circle

Limit space for attack to use 

Communication is key

Post must be protected - 

Attacking movement must be slowed to set up defence swtich  - own job first

Good body angle to see ball and player

Keep footwork going - stay moving in the space you are covering cant be static

Step strongly to space to stop the run

Run feet through for intercept and go with two hands

Questions for the players

What makes a rotating circle effective?

What role do the outside defenders play and how can we utilise them?

What do you do if you get caught out of position?

READ MORE
READ LESS
9585050
1002

SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE

  • search our library of 700+ netball drills
  • create professional netball coaching plans
  • or access our tried and tested netball plans
STAY CONNECTED

in more ways than one

sportplan_netball
MORE DRILLS

JOIN SPORTPLAN FOR FREE

  • search our library of 700+ netball drills
  • create your own professional coaching plans
  • or access our tried and tested plans
YOUR SESSION IS STARTING SOON... Join the worlds largest netball coaching resource for 700+ drills and pro tools to make coaching easy.
LET'S DO IT