A simple yet effective mechanism for generating and maintaining offensive flow
This is best run when receiving a pull, so the setup can vary dramatically.
A handler, G, starts with the disc in the middle third of the field’s width. A reset handler, H, stays behind the disc. The cutters form a “string”; i.e. an ordered chain, with A cutting first, B second, and so on. Their precise placement in the stack is irrelevant, so long as they can avoid being picked.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C > D4 > E > D5 > F