A thrower, A, is on the sideline marked by D1 who applies a force middle mark. Another handler, B, is positioned on the far sideline marked by D2 who also applies a force middle mark. A cutter, C, is positioned slightly upfield from B and guarded by D3. The area used in the drill can be marked as a box, no deeper than 18m, i.e. the same size as an endzone.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C
The focus of the drill is how D3 repositions as C moves around the field.
C will make cuts around the box, and D3 has to maintain position to prevent throws into the “danger area” which would leave C in power position or able to make simple continuation throws to the break side (i.e. to the same sideline where the disc came from).
The thrower looks downfield, throws some pump fakes, then returns the disc. The throwers don’t actually throw the disc downfield. After 5-7 seconds, A will throw the disc to B; note that D1 and D2 are not to play defence and must allow this swing to happen. Every 5-7 seconds whichever thrower has the disc, turns and throws to the other one; both D1 and D2 should make “up” calls whenever this happens.
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