Sideline Trap in Horizontal Stack by Brummie


Horizontal stack works best when the disc is in the centre third of the field, so it's vital that you're able to escape from a sideline trap

Decision makingHandler ResetsSidelineTeam Cutting Patterns
HandlerHorizontal Stack
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A handler, A, starts near the sideline marked by D1. A reset, B, stands approximately 5m infield, guarded by D2. A third handler, C, stands near the middle of the field, approximately 18m from the disc, guarded by D3. A downfield receiver, E, stands 8-12m downfield of C.


D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C > E

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  • This setup shows a typical sideline reset scenario in horizontal stack, where A, B and C are offensive handlers marked by defenders D1, D2 and D3 respectively. E is a downfield receiver who is positioned in this drill to provide a continuation throw once the disc is reset; in a game, this cut could come from a variety of positions depending on downfield player movement.

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