Multiple Offset Lateral Cuts by Brummie
Cyclone is effective when chaining together multiple cuts, as in this drill
Place a marker cone for the disc in a central position. Place another marker cone where D2 will stand; for the purpose of this drill, we want to ensure that B has a clear path towards the centre of the pitch. C needs to be further downfield on the open side, and E and F take up position in the middle of the field, where the back of the stack would be.
D1 > A > D2 > B > C > E > F
- Initial set up
Brummie says:B should be facing A to start with; if they point their hips towards the centre of the field, it’s likely that D2 will deny this cut. See ‘Triple Threat
A should aim to move D1 to open up the inside throwing channel prior to B’s cut; try faking the around break first
For detail on why this is an effective cut, see The Undefended Channel
The key focus for this drill is B’s role; through good use of pivots and two well-timed cuts, their marker is unable to prevent multiple options at once.