Chisel by Brummie
The 'chisel' is a good way of moving a handler defender who is poaching in the lane which forces the poach to reposition
A handler, B, starts with the disc in the middle of the field. A defender, D2, applies a straight up mark. A reset, A, starts around 5-10m from A, wider and slightly behind. A is guarded by D1, who stands upfield. A continuation cutter, C, starts a further 10m downfield.
A > D1 > B > D2 > C
- A cuts up field, aiming for a position directly ahead of B
- B pivots infield and throws a short pass for A to run onto Lead Pass (FM)
Brummie says:The first diagram shows the pass going forwards, but it can be thrown earlier in the cut, i.e. laterally or even slightly away from the mark; A’s momentum will bring them upfield into power position.