Force Sideline by Jodie Palmer

This is one of our "Defence" lessons

In situations where wind isn't a major factor in deciding which sideline to trap against, a zone might try to force towards the closest sideline rather than always pushing the offence in the same direction: hence "force sideline"

The one-way force zone is most effective in a cross-wind, or with a handler you are trying to either keep the disc away from or push the disc towards. In upwind-downwind conditions, or with handlers of equal strength, it may […]

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