Chevron Brick Play by Brummie


A brick play popular with the British team Chevron Action Flash in the early 2000s, this movement utilises a break throw to the front of the stack to set up a long throw.

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A handler, A, starts with the disc in the middle of the width of the field. A reset handler, B, starts at the front of the stack, approximately 5-8m directly downfield from A. The rest of the cutters line up in the stack, with a cutter, C, at the back, no more than 12m from A.


D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C

Step 1

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  • Cutter C from the back of the stack cuts underneath on the open side; this cut is a fake.
  • The handler does a big pump fake, attempting to move their marker over to the open side to make the around break easier.
  • Open to Away


  • Brummie says:

    Like many scripted "plays", be wary of defenders learning and adapting to your intended cutter, and be ready to take other options if needed.

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