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Hasami deeps should always be facing each other, and get your head up early to look for new options whenever a cutter changes direction
Communication is vital! Be decisive about who is doing what
It is not necessary to actually throw the disc; the thrower and marker are just there to provide the cutters with a realistic cue as to where they might cut to.
Use this drill to practice:
A thrower, A, stands 10m from the sideline marked by D1, who can apply any mark. Two other handlers, B and C, are spread across the field, guarded by D2 and D3 respectively.
Four cutters, E, F, G and H stand 10m deep from A, and approximately 8m apart, spread across the width of the field. Four defenders, D4, D5, D6 and D7, “sandwich” the cutters, with D4 and D5 stood between the cutters and the disc, facing D6 and D7. D6 and D7 stand deep of both cutters, facing the disc.