Peppermill Flow by Brummie


Practice flow offence in horizontal stack with this drill

Flow OffenceTeam Cutting Patterns
Horizontal Stack
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A handler, A, starts near the centre of the field, marked by D1. A dump, B, stands 2-3m behind on the open side, while the third handler, C, stands 10m wide on the break side. Four cutters – E, F, G and H – form a horizontal stack approximately 10m downfield.

Note that defence is optional in this drill, but are shown to improve understanding.


A > B > C > E > F > G > H

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  • Brummie says:

    Push downfield early; the shape of the cut is far more important than timing

    Get into the habit of moving your marker early; pivot and fake after you catch the disc

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