Moses Away by Brummie
This is a coordinated cutting pattern aimed at moving defenders to create an undefended away cut.
A handler, A, starts with the disc in the middle of the width of the field. A cutter, B, starts at the back of the stack, approximately 8-12m directly downfield from A. Another cutter, C, stands directly in front of B, and a third cutter, E, stands directly in front of C. The rest of the cutters line up in the stack, with the front player no closer than 5m to A.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3> C > D4 > E
- Initial set up in a vertical stack
Brummie says:Don't give D4 time to adjust; E's cut should come only a second after B and C have cut
Practice without defence to get the timing right, then add defenders
You can make this into a realist game scenario by allowing A to throw to any of the cutters