Triangle Reset by Brummie
Gets a handler to clear upfield to free up space for another player to cut back for the reset
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
- A turns to face B
Brummie says:There is only one option here for the offence to take, so the defenders need to pretend they are working hard to prevent the up line option instead. While you can practice this without defence, having a real mark helps to ensure that A pivots and fakes correctly, and D2 ensures that B cuts at a realistic speed, which in turn helps C time their cut.