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Todays FREE Drill: Over and Back in Time

This game works on your players ability to work the ball forward quickly through the hands. It also works on players on the outside area, working hard to get free to receive a pass.

Set up the game as in the animation, with a 2 players marking each other at either side. The idea is for the team in possession to work the ball to their player at the side in a set period of time ( Decided by the coach).

Once the player receives the ball the team immediately starts to attack the opposite side.

If the ball is turned over, the opposing team must work the ball to their player. Award 1 point every time a ball is worked out to the wide players

Drills and Games

  • Beat the Kick Pass 0.78 
    Beat the Kick Pass

    September 30, 2015 1:35 pm admin 1,296 Views Add To Favorites

    In this Drill, players learn to play a good foot pass, while the 2nd player must try and get to support the ball as the kick pass arrives...

  • double up twice 0.78 
    double up twice

    July 20, 2015 11:46 am admin 729 Views Add To Favorites

    In this Drill, the 2 defenders must try and prevent both forwards from scoring...

  • Break in Packs 0.33 
    Break in Packs

    June 30, 2015 3:41 pm admin 999 Views Add To Favorites

    Teams that work in packs are harder to play against than teams that leave players isolated....

  • dead or die 0.53 
    dead or die

    June 18, 2015 9:40 am admin 929 Views Add To Favorites

    This game works on 1 very important aspect in todays game - Cutting out turnovers or balls into the keepers hand when your team is in the attacking half. So in essence, the ball must go at least dead with each attack....

  • Killer Ball 0.73 
    Killer Ball

    June 10, 2015 4:37 pm admin 987 Views Add To Favorites

    This Drill works on players ability to pick out a killer pass with a nicely weighted pass to an on running player....

  • Ball at the Point 0.68 
    Ball at the Point

    June 5, 2015 2:14 pm admin 854 Views Add To Favorites

    This drill works on Speed Repeatability, and also on good practice passing and receiving....

  • Triangle Pivot 0.83 
    Triangle Pivot

    June 4, 2015 2:17 pm admin 689 Views Add To Favorites

    This drill works on support play, but especially on using a stationary player as the pivot to generate movement in another direction....

  • Give and Goal 0.65 
    Give and Goal

    June 3, 2015 3:23 pm admin 904 Views Add To Favorites

    This drill can be used as a warm up or as a fitness drill, by altering the time each player works in the give and goal area. Set up the drill as in the animation with 8 players and 2 goal keepers. The drill works simply by each player receiving a ball from the coach and working a series of " 1...

  • Stop Quick and Head Up 2.00 
    Stop Quick and Head Up

    May 26, 2015 10:14 am admin 707 Views Add To Favorites

    This drill works on players in possession creating space for themselves by running directly at the opponent, and stopping suddenly, creating a 4-5 metre pocket of space from which to play the ball...

  • Transition 1.97 

    May 20, 2015 3:07 pm admin 734 Views Add To Favorites

    This game works specifically on the point of transition where the attack breaks down. It is at this point players can switch off, resulting in either the defence working the ball out quickly and easily, or the attack - re-turning the ball over for an easy score....

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