Wall or Arrowhead by Brummie

The objective of a wall defence is to deny throws to the middle of the field.

The idea of a wall or arrowhead is to put lots of players in front of the disc, blocking throwing lanes. Swings are generally uncontested; instead, the defence works to deny being outflanked. Pros: Difficult for the offence to directly […]

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