Lateral Lead Pass by Brummie
This pattern allows you to use the width of the field, rather than just throwing directly to a reset handler
A handler, A, starts with the disc a few metres in from the sideline. A cutter, B, stands slightly downfield and closer to the sideline.
A > B
- A pivots to face the direction of B’s cut; in our example, a right-handed player would pivot to put their right foot away from the attacking endzone, while a left-handed player would pivot to put their left foot away from the attacking endzone.
- A throws a leading pass to B Lead Pass (trap force)
Brummie says:In the diagram this is shown as a throw against the mark, but the principle also applies to open side throws