Handler-led vs Cutter-led Offences by Brummie

Where offences deliberately split player roles into handlers or cutters, it is usually necessary to define whether handlers or cutters drive the offence.

In handler-led offences, handlers look to move the disc to each other as a primary option; downfield players look to time their cuts to provide continuation for these handler moves. You should look to use handler-led offences if you have […]

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