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How to place your pass

If you place your passes you can get the ball to anyone.

Placing passes is a team effort.

If your team mates are in their court positions (they should always be drifting/falling back after a passage of play), they can then run onto the next pass.

This way you are not looking for a player covered by their opponent, which inevitably means the ball will be intercepted. You are passing to a team mate who is leading/running forward from their court position away from their opponent.

Two players may (always a good idea) present for the ball at the same time and all you need do is place the pass to the best positioned player at the time. 

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Courtside Tactical Play

Tactics #1
This crucial tactic will
show you how the professionals get the ball past the defenders to the goal shooters.

Please note: All players swap between being attackers and defenders depending on which team has possession of the ball. You need to know how goal shooters work the circle otherwise GA & GS will have all their own way. Tactics #2 will show you what's going on in the circle!

Tactics #2
You have got the ball to the shooters. What next? It is critical all players know how to work the goal circle to prevent a turnover.

Also learn the goal shooting technique that will have you shooting a high percentage of goals in any tough competition.

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