The Dish by Brummie

When handlers move downfield, they present the opportunity to generate power position if they time their movements well. The act of off-loading the disc to such a handler is called "dishing" the disc

The ‘Dish’ is a short range throw, typically where the disc is returned to a handler who is cutting upfield. Fig. 1 shows an example where a cutter, B, dishes to a handler A who is cutting upfield. Notice how […]

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