Power Play by Brummie
Power Play developed as a reaction to defenders who over-committed to prevent a reset handler from getting power position. The beauty of this move is that it allows the handler generate power position anyway, just facing the other side of the field.
A handler, A, starts with the disc on the sideline, marked by D1. A reset, B, starts 5-8m away, perpendicular to the sideline, guarded by D2. A cutter, C, starts 5-8m further downfield from B.
D1 > A > D2 > B > C
- B cuts up the line.
- A fakes and D1 over-commits to prevent the throw Sideline Power Position (trap force)
Brummie says:B should be aiming to win the first cut for power position; this drill provides an option when the defence takes this away.