Cup – Break Wing by Jodie Palmer and Seb Allen

This is one of our "Defence" lessons

The aim of the break side wing is to protect the space behind the cup and to contain offensive flow if the cup is broken.

When the cup is in control, the break side wing’s priority is to stop short-to-mid-range throws going over the cup into the space behind the cup. If the cup gets broken, the break side wing’s priority is to contain the […]

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