Pass It On


An activity where players can practice two types of passes in one with space between players changing each time. A good chance to work on a push and spin pass.

Key Factors for coaches:
• While working in small groups to make sure players remain active all the time, line players up in 3s or 4s.
• Players will run forward passing and catching with two hands. Players start with a wide pass and return with a narrow pass.
• Players should catch with their hands out towards the ball and fingers spread, catching the ball early.
• Turn their head towards their team mate and see the target they want to hit.
Push the ball across the body and finish with hands towards target, reaching out and following through