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1 A s e l e c t i o n o f f i f t y i n d o o r h o c k e y t r a in i n g d r i l l s f o r t r a i n i n g o n a h a l f -gymnasium

2 K EY TO D RILLS SOME DRILLS ONLY TAKE A SMALL PORTION OF THE HALF GYM AREA AND CAN HAVEMULTIPLE SET UPS TO ENSURE MAXIMUM INVOLVEMENT FROM PLAYERS AND MORE THAN ONE DRILL CAN BE COMPLETED AT THE SAME TIME ON THE SAME HALF GYM AREA. Page 2 of 52

3 Passing; Leading after making a pass; Collecting on the move Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who leads in off the boards to collect the ball. Attacker 2 then runs in gym and passes the ball into the corner to Attacker 1, using the boards. Attacker 1 collects the ball on their reverse stick, arcs with the ball and passes back to Attacker 2 at the top of the circle. Attacker 2 collects the ball and shoots at goal on the move. Add a third Attacker in the corner to collect the ball instead of Attacker 1; Add an Attacker to the top of the circle instead of Attacker 2; Attacker 1 can collect ball on forestick Attacker 1 must decide whether to shoot self or pass when in circle; Attacker 2 starts closer to Attacker 1; Attacker 2 must have a one-touch shoot

4 Quick passing; Quick leading Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who collects the ball and passes to the top of the circle. Attacker 1 collects ball at top of circle and shoots at goal. Attacker 1 can start closer to the circle; Attacker 2 can hold onto the ball until Attacker 1 is in position to collect a pass; Set up drill on reverse side so Attacker one moves in from left side of gym and thus on forestick. Attacker 2 can make their pass a one-touch pass; Attacker 1 must have a one-touch shoot at goal; Attacker 1 must collect the ball and run to left side of goals, turn upper body and shoot using forestick. Page 4 of 52

5 Collecting on move; Vision, Passing; Attacking at speed; Controlled kicks (GK) Attacker passes ball to goalkeeper who kicks the ball to any of the three attackers. The attacker the ball is near moves to the ball and collects the ball on the move at speed. The three attackers then move the ball into the circle and try to score against the goalkeeper. Have a fourth Attacker; Attackers can collect the ball standing still; Goalkeeper can start with the ball Attackers can start closer to the goals; Attackers can start in the circle; The middle attacker after passing the ball becomes a defender and tries to stop the other two attackers from scoring

6 Channelling; Holding; Communication (GK); Quick passing; Vision Defender passes ball to Attacker 1. Attacker 1 collects the ball on the move and works with Attacker 2 to get into the circle and score. Goalkeeper and Defender work together to stop the Attackers from getting into the circle and scoring. If a goal is scored the Defenders stays the same. If no goal is scored the Defender and the two Attackers run through the gate on the right side of the gym. Last player through is the new Defender. Goalkeeper needs to talk to Defender. For Attackers Have three Attackers; Attackers start further away from Defender; Attackers start with the ball For Defender Add a second Defender; Defender starts closer to Attackers; Attackers make three passes before they can score; Attackers must only use one-touch passes Look at Easier options. If you make it easier for attackers becomes harder for defenders. Page 6 of 52

7 Passing; Leading; Vision; Communication Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2 who leads to pass, collects on the move and arcs with the ball into the bottom corner and into the circle. Attacker 2 and 3 then work together to score. Two Defenders in the circle must not leave the circle and try to stop Attackers from scoring. Goalkeeper and Defenders must talk and work together. Attackers 2 and 3 may pull the ball back out the circle to Attacker 1 if need to relive pressure. Attacker 2 can collect ball standing still; Attacker 2 can pass ball into corner for a new attacker; Can have one defender in the circle instead of two. Only two Attackers allowed in circle so if Attacker 1 moves into the circle Attacker 2 or 3 must leave circle (rotations); Attackers must pass ball 3 times in circle before shooting; Can only one-touch pass in the circle

8 Passing using boards; Moving to the ball to collect Attacker 1 passes ball to Attacker 2 using the boards. Attacker 2 collects the ball moves in gym dragging the board and passing to Attacker 3. Attacker 3 moves in off the boards and collects the pass. Attacker 3 gives a quick pass of the boards to Attacker 4, who leads towards the ball. Attacker 4 collects the ball and shoots. Attacker 2 does not need to drag a board; Attacker 3 collects standing still; Attacker 4 collects standing still Attacker 3 gives a one-touch pass to Attacker 4; Attacker 4 has a one-touch goal shot; Replace board Attacker 2 drags with a Defender Page 8 of 52

9 Rolling; Leading after a pass Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2, who collects the ball and rolls to their left. Attacker 2 moves into the circle at speed and uses a slip pass to Attacker 1 on the edge of the circle. Attacker 1 collects the ball and shoots. Add a third attacker to the circle so Attacker 1 does not need to run to circle for shot; Attacker 2 holds the ball until Attacker 1 in position; Attacker 1 starts closer to Attacker 2. Attacker 1 has a one-touch goal shot; Attacker 1 starts further away from Attacker 2; Add a defender behind Attacker 2 pushing them in the back; Add a defender behind Attacker 1 who tries to stop Attacker 1 getting the shot at goal.

10 Passing; Collecting under pressure; Vision; Communication; Patient passing between Defenders Attacker 1 passes ball to Attacker 2, who collects and passes to Attacker 3, who has Defender pushing them in the back. Attacker 3 passes ball to Attacker 1, who passes ball to Attacker 4 using the boards. Attackers 3, 4 and 5 then work together to try and score. Goalkeeper and Defender wok together to try to stop a goal being scored and must talk to each other. While Attackers 3, 4 and 5 and trying to score Attackers 1 and 2 get a new ball and start passing between selves keeping vision forwards to see when Attackers 3, 4 and 5 and Defender is back in position and ready to go again. Defender does not push Attacker 3 in back; Attacker 2 starts with the ball; Have no Defender Attacker 2 must use one-touch pass to Attacker 1; Attacker 1 must use one-touch pass to Attacker 4; Add an extra Defender in the circle area; Attackers must pass ball 3 times in circle before shooting Page 10 of 52

11 Passing using boards; Vision; Leading Attacker 1 passes ball to Attacker 2 using the boards, who collects the ball and then passes the ball back to Attacker 1 using the boards. Attacker 1 then passes to Attacker 3, who passes the ball into the circle to Attacker 2 who has lead into the centre of the circle. Attacker 2 collects the ball and shoots. Attacker 2 starts with the ball; Remove the board that the passes must go between; Add an extra attacker the centre of the circle instead of Attacker 2 running in; Attacker 3 holds the ball until Attacker 2 is in position. Attacker 1 gives a one-touch pass to Attacker 3; Attacker 3 gives a one-touch pass to Attacker 2; Attacker 2 has a onetouch goal shot; Attacker 2 collects the ball in the circle, runs towards the left side of the goals and turns upper body to have a forestick shot on the move; Attacker 1 moves closer to Attacker 2 after first pass.

12 Collecting on the move; Deflection goal shots Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 3, who leads towards the ball and collects. Attacker 3 then passes the ball square for Attacker 2 to run onto. Attacker 2 collects the ball on the move and passes into the circle for either Attacker 1 or Attacker 4 to deflect into the goals. Attacker 3 can collect the ball standing still; Attacker 4 can start in a deflecting position in the circle; Attacker 2 can hod the ball until Attackers 1 and 4 are in position; Attacker 1 can start closer to circle Attacker 3 can make a one-touch pass; Attacker 2 can make a one-touch pass; After making pass Attacker 3 can become a Defender and try to stop goal being scored Page 12 of 52

13 Deflection goal shots Three attackers start on edge of circle, each with 3 hockey balls. They each take turns in passing the ball to one of the two attackers in the circle to deflect in the goals. Have only one attacker passing balls from top of circle; Have attackers passing balls further away Attackers who are deflecting lead into position; Attackers passing balls start closer to goals; Attackers passing balls pass between themselves before they make pass into circle; Add a defender into the circle

14 One-touch passing under pressure; Passing in the circle; Goal scoring; Communication Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 passes to Attacker 3, who is being pushed in the back by Defender. Attacker 3 one-touch passes down boards to Attacker 4. Attacker 4 rolls off the back line into the circle. Attackers 3, 4 and 5 try to score. Defender and goalkeeper work together to stop goal being scored. While Attackers 3, 4 and 5 are in the circle Attackers 1 and 2 get a new ball and pass ball between themselves until everybody back into position. Attacker 3 can collect and then pass Defender does not push Attacker 3 in back; Attacker 3 starts in the circle Add an extra Defender in the circle; Attacker 2 makes a onetouch pass; Attackers must pass ball 3 times in circle before shooting. Page 14 of 52

15 Passing; Leading; Collecting on the move Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 passes to board on top of circle. Attacker 3 leads in front of board and collects pass from Attacker 2. Attacker 3 gives pass off boards to Attacker 4. Attacker 4 collects ball and passes to top of circle for Attacker 3 who collects and passes for Attacker 5, who has lead into the circle. Attacker 5 collects and shoots. Attacker 4 holds the ball until Attacker 3 is in position; Attacker 3 holds the ball until Attacker 5 is in position; Attacker 3 starts in front of the board Attacker 3 uses one-touch pass to Attacker 4; Board is replaced by a Defender; Attacker 5 has a one-touch shot at goal; Add a Defender in the circle

16 Collecting on the move; One-touch passing; Passing under pressure Attacker 1 runs the ball towards Attacker 2 a few steps and passes firmly to Attacker 2 off the boards. Attacker 2 collects the ball and passes to Attacker 3. As soon as Attacker 1 passes the ball they sprint at Attacker 2 and try to tackle them before they pass (no intercepting passes just tackling). Attacker 3 makes a one-touch pass to Attacker 4. Attacker does not run at player they pass to; Make space between players further apart; Attacker 3 can collect before passing; Attacker 1 can pass straight to Attacker 2 and not use the boards Attacker standing behind Attacker 2 can push Attacker 2 in back as they collect pass; Attacker 2 can run at Attacker 3 and try to tackle; Players can stand closer together Page 16 of 52

17 Passing using boards; One-touch passing; Passing on the move Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who has lead towards Attacker 1. Attacker 2 one-touches the ball to Attacker 3 behind them using the boards. Attacker 1 leads towards Attacker 3 who collects the pass from Attacker 2 and passes to Attacker 1. Attacker 1 one-touches the ball off the boards to Attacker 4. Attacker holds ball until Attacker in the middle is standing still to make one-touch pass; Players stand further apart; Attacker in middle can collect ball and then turn and pass using boards Players can stand closer together

18 Striker Defence; Vision; Anticipation; Mobility Defenders make at least five passes between selves before they are allowed to attempt to pas the ball to the gates (made by the markers on the sides of gym and in middle of gym). The three attackers attempt to hold a tight mobile striker defence (with low body position and sticks and gloves) and intercept any passes made by the defenders. Attackers cannot intercept passes until Defenders have made five passes. If either team succeeds three times in a row the other team has 10 push-ups. If attackers get the ball they try to score. Have a fourth Attacker; Make the gates smaller; Make the area smaller; No push-ups Make the gates larger; Have a third Defender; Have only Two Attackers in the Striker Defence; Make the area larger Page 18 of 52

19 Passing accuracy and speed; Collecting; Striker defence Each team (Team A and Team D) attempts to push the ball to cross the other teams back line or hit the three tyres. Players are allowed to have possession of the ball for 2 seconds maximum. If a team gets the ball over the bother teams back line they get 1 point, if they hit the other teams tyres they get 3 points. If either team gets to 10 points the other team does 5 x 5 metre shuttle runs. Players can hold ball for 3 seconds before passing; Have two players per team; Make the area wider; Can pass ball between team mates before going for other teams back line (ca not cross half way with ball); No shuttle runs Players can hold ball for 1 second; Make area narrower; Only one-touch passes allowed, but can pass ball between own team before going for other teams back line

20 Passing; Leading Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2 using the boards. Attacker 2collects the ball and then passes to Attacker 1 on top of the circle. Attacker 1 runs onto the ball and shoots at goal. Attacker 1 starts closer to circle; Attacker 2 holds the ball until Attacker 1 is in position; Attacker 2 starts in position to collect ball near the boards Attacker 2 makes a one-touch pass to Attacker 1; Attacker 1 makes a one-touch goal shot; Add a Defender in who is not allowed in the circle Page 20 of 52

21 Vision; Passing Attackers out side the circle stay halfway side of the boards and move the ball around and try to make a pass to one of the two Attackers (C) in the circle. Defenders outside the circle stay halfway side of the boards and try to stop the Attackers getting a pass into the circle. The two attackers in the circle move the ball around and try to score. The defender in the circle and goalkeeper work together to stop a goal being scored. Attackers and Defender in circle are not allowed to leave the circle. When the ball is in the circle area the attackers near halfway get a new ball and start moving the ball around and holding possession until attackers in the circle are ready again. No Defender in the circle; Only two Defenders near the halfway line; Remove the boards near the circle Attackers in the circle only allowed one-touch passes; Attackers in circle must pass ball 3 times before shooting; Have only 3 attackers in halfway area

22 Mobility; Desperation Attacker 1 passes ball to Attacker 2 who collects ball and holds for a second. Goalkeeper sprints at Attacker 2. Attacker 2 passes ball to Attacker 3 who collects and shots at goal (far corner). Goalkeeper sprints back to cover goals and dives to save shot from Attacker 3. Attacker 2 holds the ball until goalkeeper is about 2 metres away; Attacker 3 holds the ball until goalkeeper is almost back into the goals; Attackers slow speed of passes Attackers use one-touch passes; Attackers start further away from goals; Any attacker can shoot and the ball can be passed back and forth between each attacker, with goalkeeper having to go to and confront the attacker with the ball each time. Page 22 of 52

23 Deflection goal shot Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who passes the ball at pace outside the right goal post for a deflection goal shot from Attacker 3. Attacker 3 leads from the side line. Attacker 3 starts in position to deflect; Remove Attacker 1 from the drill; Increase distance of pass from Attacker 2 to Attacker 3 Attacker 2 makes a one-touch pass; Attacker 2 picks pass up on move; Add a Defender inside the circle

24 Mobility; Reflex saves; Positioning; Goal sense Goalkeeper sprints to a marker and back into position to save a shot at goal from Attacker 1. The goalkeeper then sprints to a different marker and back into position to save a shot at goal from Attacker 2, and so on. Place markers closer to goals; Have shots going in a specific place all the time; Wait til goalkeeper is back in position and ready before shot Attacker shoots while goalkeeper is moving backwards; Both Attackers shoot in quick succession; Add a 3 rd Attacker as a rebounder; Have markers further from goals Page 24 of 52

25 One-touch passing; Movement in the circle; Leading Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who guides the ball down the boards to Attacker 3 who has lead from the top of the circle. Attacker 3 controls the ball and passes the ball to Attacker 4 who has run an arc to the left goal post and then fallen away from the post to collect the pass from Attacker 3. Attacker 3 collects the bal and shoots. Attackers 3 and 4 start in position and collects ball standing still; Attacker 2 controls ball then passes down boards to Attacker 3 Attacker 3 makes a one-touch pass on the move to Attacker 4; Attacker 4 is marked by a Defender

26 Dropping the ball back (Dumping); Passing using the boards; One-touch passing; Leading; Moving the ball around the circle; Goal shooting Attacker 1 sprints down around markers, rolls to their left and passes ball to Attacker 2 off the boards. Attacker 2 passes the ball to Attacker 3 who one-touches the ball down the boards to Attacker 4. Attacker 4 passes the ball to the top of the circle for Attacker 1 to lead on to. Attacker 1 collects the ball and shoots. Attacker 1 can start facing Attacker 2; Attacker 3 can control the ball before passing; Add another Attacker so Attacker 1 does not need to lead and shoot Attacker 1 has a one-touch goal shot; Attacker 4 gives a onetouch pass to Attacker 1; Add a defender in the circle Page 26 of 52

27 One-touch pass; Deflection goal shot; Passing on the move Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2, who controls the ball, then passes back to Attacker 1 who has lead to the top of the circle. Attacker 1 makes a one-touch pass for Attacker 3 to run on to. Attacker 3 collects the ball on the move and passes the ball into the circle for Attacker 4 to run onto and deflect into the goals. Attackers 3 and 4 can collect the ball standing still; Attacker 1 can collect ball before passing to Attacker 3; Can add an extra Attacker where Attacker 1 collects the ball back from Attacker 2 Players stand closer together; Attacker 4 can be marked by a defender; Attacker 3 must give a one-touch pass on the move

28 Passing off boards; Rolling of boards; Running an arc; Slip pass; Passing into space; Deflection goal shot Attacker 1 makes a pass off the boards to Attacker 2, who drags the markers. Attacker 2 then passes off the boards to Attacker 3, who rolls with the ball and runs an arc around the markers and then makes a slip pass to Attacker 4. Attacker 4 makes a pass into the circle for Attacker 5 to lead onto and deflect into the goals. Markers can be closer together to drag; Instead of dragging markers can have set of markers to dribble through; Attacker 5 can stand still and deflect (no lead); Attacker 2 can pass directly to Attacker 3 Markers can be further apart to drag; Attacker 2 can collect ball on move; Attacker 5 can be marked by a defender; Attacker 2 can eliminate a defender instead of the markers Page 28 of 52

29 Quick passing when back to the goals; Shooting on the move; Leading into space Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2, who collects and passes to Attacker 3, who either gives a one-touch pass or a reverse stick pass into the circle for Attacker 4 to run onto and shoot. Attacker 4 can start in the circle and be stationary when collecting; Attacker 4 can control the ball before shooting Attacker 3 can lead towards the ball and make their pass on the move; Attackers 1, 2 and 3 can stand closer together

30 Elimination skills; Dispossession skills; Goal shooting Attacker 1 dribbles the ball and eliminates the Defender and then shoots. Attacker 1 must eliminate Defender inside the markers. Make area larger; Make two Attackers against 1 Defender; Defender starts beside Attacker Make area smaller; Use an area on side of the gym that uses the boards; Have 2 Defenders; Have 3 Defenders Page 30 of 52

31 Dropping the ball back ( Dump ) Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 on a 45 angle. Attacker 2 collects the ball, dribbles the ball to the back line and attempts t run the back line with the ball. Attacker 2 then passes the ball directly back (parallel with the boards) to Attacker 1 who has made a lead into the circle. Attacker 1 needs to yell Dump. Attacker 1 then shoots or passes back to Attacker 2 for a deflection shot at goal. Can be completed from other side of the gym however the dump pass must use the boards. Less distance between players; Have a 3 rd Attacker standing in the circle for the dump pass Add a Defender on the baseline; Add two Defenders to pressure Attacker 2; Have greater distance between players; Incorporate more passes in the drill

32 Moving to the ball; Passing; Collecting and shooting quickly and on the move Attacker 1 runs to the top of the circle takes a ball from the pile and passes to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 collects the ball and passes the ball back for Attacker 1 to run onto. Attacker 1 then shoots at goal. Attacker 2 runs to the top of the circle and gets a ball, and so on. Attacker 1 collects the ball and shoots standing still; Balls can start on back line and get passed to Attacker after they run to top of circle where they then collect and shoot Specific type of shot can only be used; One-touch goal shot; Specific spot in goals to aim for; Players start closer together; Players complete everything on the move Page 32 of 52

33 Quick ball movement; Effective leading; Defending in 2 vs. 1 situations Attacker 1 passes to Defender 1, Defender 1 passes to Attacker 2. The drill then becomes a 2 vs. 1 with Attacker 1 and Attacker 2 eliminating Defender 1. Defender 1 is not allowed in the circle. Increase distance between Defender 1 and Attacker 2 Decrease distance between all players; Defender 1 allowed inside the circle; Add a second defender

34 Leading; Collecting on the move; One-touch passing Attacker 1 moves the ball through the markers at speed and passes to the back line for Attacker 2 to lead on to. As soon as Attacker 1 starts Attacker 2 sprints to the back line and collects a pass from Attacker 1. Attacker 2 then passes the ball straight back to Attacker 1 to lead on to. Attacker 1 onetouches the ball across for Attacker 3 to run on to and to onetouch into the goals. Attacker 3 must time their lead to get into position exactly as the ball arrives. Attackers 2 and 3 start in position and don t lead to the ball; Attackers can collect and then pass the ball rather than onetouch pass Increase distance Attackers 2 and 3 have to run; Add a defender into the circle; Replace the markers with a Defender that Attacker 1 must eliminate first Page 34 of 52

35 Passing and Collecting on the move; Slip Passing; Quick goal shooting Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who passes it straight back to Attacker 1. Attacker 3 then passes the ball to Attacker 2 who passes it straight back to Attacker 3. And so on. When Attacker 2 reaches the circle shots then collects other ball and shoots. All Attackers should face the goals at all times and not turn to the side to collect or pass. Players turn to collect and pass; Players stand further apart; Be completed with only two players Players stand closer together; Passes must be on-touch (i.e. no collecting, just bunting straight back); One-touch goal shots

36 Passing and collecting under pressure and at speed; Pressuring player with ball; Moving into position after passing Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 and then tries to tackle (not intercept pass just tackle) Attacker 2 before they pass to Attacker 3. Attacker 2 tries to pass the ball to Attacker 3 before being tackled by Attacker 1, then tries to tackle Attacker 3, and so on. Players further apart; Players do not try to tackle after passing; Ball passed around triangle in clockwise direction Players closer together; Players can tackle and intercept; Ball passed around triangle in anti-clockwise direction; One-touch passes Page 36 of 52

37 Cutting to eliminate; Passing in the circle to create scoring opportunities; Passing on the run; Deflection goal shooting Attacker sprints ball towards circle, cutting in front of the Defender to eliminate them, then when in the circle passes ball to either Attacker near the post who deflects the ball in the goals. The Defender starts the moment the Attacker starts to sprint with the ball. More distance between the Attacker and Defender; Attacker starts closer to the circle; No Defender Less distance between the Attacker and Defender; Defender starts beside the attacker; Add a second Defender near the top of the circle

38 Creating space for others; Moving into space created by others; Slip passing; Passing in the circle to create goal scoring opportunities; Deflection goal scoring Attacker 1 runs the ball from the middle in front of Attacker 2. Attacker 2 runs into the middle (space created by Attacker 1). Attacker 1 passes ball to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 runs the ball in front of Attacker 3. Attacker 3 runs into the middle (space created by Attacker 2). Attacker 2 passes ball to Attacker 3, and so on. When the ball is collected at top of circle pass is made to Attacker at right post for deflection shot at goal. Players can turn to pass and collect; More distance between players; Use only two players rather than three Less distance between players; One-touch passing Page 38 of 52

39 Speed when running ball; Control of ball at speed; Deflection goal shooting Attacker sprints ball through markers and back through box. When enters circle passes ball to either Attacker near the posts to be deflected into the goals. The Defender starts as soon as the Attacker moves and runs around far marker and back before trying to tackle Attacker before they leave the box. Make area larger; Less markers for Attacker to dribble through Defender pass ball to Attacker to start drill; Two defenders instead of one; Make area smaller

40 Tight marking; Getting away from a Defender; Giving a well times, accurate and firm pass; Shooting while under pressure Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2 who passes it straight back. Attacker 2 then tries to get away from the Defender and collect a pass so they can score. Only Attacker 2 is allowed to shoot at goal. The Defender must mark Attacker 2 extremely tight. Defender starts away from Attacker 2; No passes to begin with; Defender not allowed in the circle Attacker 2 marked by 2 Defenders; 2 Defenders with the 2 nd Defender in circle only; Restrict the size of the area Page 40 of 52

41 Passing; Collecting; One-touch passing; Arcing; Rolling; Using the boards Attacker 1 passes to Attacker 2, who passes off boards to Attacker 3. Attacker 3 rolls and passes to Attacker 4, who passes off the boards to Attacker 5. Attacker 5 runs and arc and passes to Attacker 6, who passes to Attacker 7. Attacker 7 shoots at goal. Players closer together; Fewer number of passes Attackers 2, 4 and 5 can make one-touch passes; Attacker 7 can make a one-touch deflection goal shot; Attackers can move towards the ball and collect on the move; Attacker 5 collects the ball facing the back line; Add a Defender in the circle area

42 Passing to space; Leading to a space; Collecting on the move; Ball control in congested situations; Ball movement in the opposition s circle Attacker 1 passes he ball into the middle of the triangle made by the Defenders for Attacker 2 to lead on to. Attacker 2 rolls with the ball and eliminates the Defenders making a pass off the boards to Attacker 3. Attacker 3 collects the ball and passes to the top of the circle for Attacker 2 to run on to. Attacker 2 passes the ball to Attacker 4 who has a goal shot. Replace the 3 Defenders with markers; Attacker 1 does not lead to get the ball; Add another Attacker that stands on top of the circle; Have the 3 Defenders further apart Have the 3 Defenders closer together; Have a 4 th Defender who stays in the circle; Passes and shot in the circle are all one-touch Page 42 of 52

43 Quick counter-attack; Holding in defence; Working back in defence Attackers 1, 2 and 3 start and try to eliminate Defenders 1 and 2 quickly and score a goal. As soon as the Attackers move with the ball Defenders 3, 4 and 5 sprint around the marker on the far side of the gym and back to defend and prevent the Attackers from scoring. 3 Defenders start closer to marker; Start with 3 Defenders back instead of 2; Have only 2 Attackers; One of the Attackers starts near the circle and is already marked by a Defender Have only 1 Defender starting and 4 running back; Defenders not allowed in the circle; 2 of the Attackers can start anywhere on the gym

44 Slide tackling; Getting up off the ground quickly; Being aggressive Goalkeeper sprints at first marker and makes a slide tackle. Stands up and sprints at the second marker and makes a slide tackle. Stands up and sprints at the third marker and makes a slide tackle. Increase distance between markers Decrease distance between markers; Replace markers with players with the ball that can drag the ball out of the way Page 44 of 52

45 Running with the ball at speed with strength; Team tackling; Channelling Attacker 1 runs the ball and tries to eliminate Defender 1 and Defender 2. Then pass the ball to one of the Attackers near the post to deflect in the goals. Defender 2 starts to move as soon as Attacker 1 moves. Defender 2 tries to channel Attacker 1 into Defender 1 and prevent Attacker 1 from cutting back. The Defenders are not allowed in the circle. Increase the distance between players; Have only Defender 1 Decrease the distance between players

46 Channelling; Using the boards to dispossess; Elimination Defender passes the ball to the Attacker. The Attacker collects the ball and tries to eliminate the Defender and run the ball under control out of the side of the box. As soon as the Defender passes the ball they try to tackle the Attacker before they get out of the box. Increase the size of the box; Set up the box so it is not on the boards; The Attacker starts with the ball; The Defender starts beside the Attacker Decrease he size of the box Page 46 of 52

47 Mobility; Fitness; Agility Goalkeeper starts in the middle of two markers. Then moves in a figure-8 around the markers always facing forwards completing as many complete figure-8 s as possible in one minute. Increase distance between markers; Decrease time Decrease distance between markers; Increase time

48 Low tackling with strength; Running the ball with strength Attacker 1 runs the ball directly at Attacker 2. Attacker 2 moves forwards and places stick flat on ground and tackles Attacker 1. Attacker 2 then runs the ball directly at Attacker 3. Attacker 3 moves forwards and places stick on ground and tackles Attacker 2, and so on. Increase distance between players; Attackers don t try to push through tackles Decrease distance between players; Attackers move the ball left and right Page 48 of 52

49 Pulling the ball out (Dumping); Passing; Collecting; Arcing; Rolling Attacker 1 runs the ball towards he board, rolls and passes the ball back to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 runs an arc around the markers and passes the ball off the boards to Attacker 3. Attacker 3 collects the ball and passes to Attacker 4 on to of the circle. Attacker 4 makes a one-touch pass to Attacker 5 near the left post. Attacker 5 has a goal shot. Decrease distance between players; Attacker 4 controls the ball and then passes to Attacker 5 Attackers 3, 4 and 5 have one-touch passes and shot; Replace the board with a Defender; Add a Defender into the circle; Attackers 3, 4 and 5 run a rotation before the ball is collected in the right corner

50 Rolling; Arcing; Wrapping; Passing; Collecting Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 collects the ball, rolls to their left and runs an arc to the marker. Attacker 1 wraps behind Attacker 2. Attacker 2 passes the ball to Attacker 1. Attacker 1 collects the ball, rolls to their left and runs an arc to the marker. Attacker 2 wraps behind Attacker 1. Attacker 1 passes the ball to Attacker 2. Attacker 2 collects the ball, rolls to their left and runs an arc into the circle. Attacker 1 runs towards the right side of the goals and collects a pass from Attacker 2 which they control and take a goal shot. Increase distance between markers; Use less markers Add an additional Attacker in the circle on the left post and Attacker 1 wraps around Attacker in the circle to form a triangle; Add a Defender in the circle; Decrease the distance between the markers Page 50 of 52

51 Passing; Collecting; Leading Attackers 1, 2 and 3 pass the ball around in the half gym area (similar to 2 Defenders and a Centre). The 2 Defenders try to pressure the Attackers and gain possession. If the Defenders gain possession they then try to score. Have only 1 Defender; Have 4 Attackers Have 3 Defenders; Restrict the area available

52 Mobility; Making a save on the move; Concentration; Vision; One-touch passing Attackers pass the ball around trying to move the goalkeeper out of position and open up the gap between the markers. When the gap opens up they pass the ball through the markers. Make distance between markers smaller; Less attackers; Increase distance attackers are away from the markers Increase distance between the markers; More attackers; Decrease distance between markers and attackers Page 52 of 52

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