Force middle give and go by Brummie


Defenders might attempt to change the position of the mark to prevent give and go moves; this drill helps you to deal with that by using your pivot to avoid the mark entirely

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A handler, A, starts with the disc around 10m in from a sideline. A defender, D1, applies a straight up mark. A cutter, B, starts in a central position. B is guarded by D2, who starts behind B.


D1 > A > D2 > B

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  • Brummie says:

    It's important that D2 applies a straight up or force middle mark, leaving space for B to pivot infield

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