This drill replicates a straight up mark while the disc is on the sideline, with a cutter heading towards the sideline
A handler, A, starts with the disc on the sideline. They are at the front of a stack. A cutter, B, stands at the front of another stack, positioned along the centre of the length of the pitch. The distance between stacks should be 10-20m; the exact distance varies depending on your offensive style and skill level.
After B cuts, D takes B’s place
B catches the disc, then jogs to the back of the opposite queue; in this example, standing behind C
A will then be the next cutter, running out for D to throw to
- Additional players (if any) form a queue behind the marker cones.
- Player A begins with the disc, and will throw to a cut from the other queue; in this case, B.
- B runs out at a 45 degree angle to the field, and A throws at the expected reception area, R; for maximum effectiveness, B should run fast and in a straight line. This makes it easier for A to know where to place the disc
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