Cup – Short Deep by Jodie Palmer

Sometimes the number of players in the cup can be changed to suit different defensive strategies; one common tactic is the use of a short deep who sits behind the cup and protects the centre of the field

Short Deep A cup zone is most effective in windy conditions as it makes throws over the cup less viable. To adapt the zone to more still conditions, the alley can turn into a short deep to protect throws going […]

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