Breaking marks for continuation by Brummie

Why break a mark if you don't have to? Good teams will try to ensure that if they are going to break the mark, they manage to throw to the break side of the field again before a defender manages to re-establish a mark.

Fig. 1 shows a scenario where A is being guarded by D1 who is forcing to the right hand side of the field. B cuts to the left hand side of the field, and A breaks the mark to B. […]

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