Combining Marking Strategies with Downfield Defence by Brummie

It’s vital that your downfield positioning reflects the marking scheme. For a vanilla one-way mark, this is straightforward. But whenever the mark shifts downfield positioning must reflect the now unguarded areas of the field.

After as a team, you need to work out how you are going to mark and in what direction you are going to push the disc. Here are some popular marks: One-way mark Open/Deep/Break priority order: Stand under on the […]

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