Changing angles of attack by Brummie

Optimal defensive positioning is based on the position of the disc; every time the disc moves, a defender should re-position. This also means that quick disc movement can expose areas of the field that are undefended, and an adaptive offence should take advantage.

Defenders are generally keeping tabs on their own mark, and so mostly preoccupied with their movements towards the open side. As such, whenever the mark is broken, there is an opportunity for an active cutter to stop sharply and make […]

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