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  • Basic attacking strategies
    • David (Login PlanetSpratt)
      Posted May 21, 2006 5:31 AM


      I'm a dad who is pretending to be a netball coach:-)

      The team is fourteen year olds who play school netball. They are C grade out of a possible A to H grading so they are pretty good athletes.

      Things are ok on defence and midcourt and we have developed a fast and free attacking style which seems to work okay when we can get the ball down the court and into the circle at speed.

      The trouble starts when we get to the other end and the opposition defence stops us at or around the circle.

      My question is "What should the attakers be trying to do when attacking around the circle." I hear words like "rotation" and "transition" but that means nothing to me.

      Any advice and drills would be hugely appreciated.

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