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You’ll need to alter the release points and angles for each different target zone; a hammer or scoober thrown to the right side (for a right-handed thrower; or to the left for a left-handed thrower) will need to be released quite flat so that it sits longer. Likewise, to hit a forehand to the left side (for a right-handed thrower; or to the right for a left-handed thrower) you will need to shift the mark and throw either a high, bladey pass, or a flat, low release throw inside the mark.
This drill is about experimentation; try without a mark to start with.
Use this drill to practice:
A thrower, A, is marked by D1 who applies a straight up force. A cutter, D2, stands 10m away. 4 reception boxes, each 5mx5m, are marked out 10m from B, positioned diagonally to form an ‘X’.