Cyclone 7-on-7 by Brummie


Learn the decision making and options available during a full 7-on-7 game using Cyclone

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A handler, G, starts with the disc on the sideline, marked by D6. A reset handler, H, starts 5-8m infield of G, guarded by D7. A cutter, A, starts 8-12m downfield from G, 5-8m infield. Another cutter, B, starts 10-12m downfield from G, near the middle of the width of the field, guarded by D2. Remaining cutters form a stack in front of B, each guarded by a defender.


D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C > D4 > E > D5 > F > D6 > G > D7 > H

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  • Setup in a vertical stack


  • Brummie says:

    There are an almost unlimited combination of options that might present themselves during a game. Many are not shown here, including integration of handler movements such as dish moves and give and go moves; we'll be releasing a chapter on handler offence soon! :-)

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