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DIFFERENT TYPES OF PASSES

TYPES OF PASSES

CHEST flat or lifted. Where are you releasing it from? Watch coming off left hip and low down.

PUSH PASS like a chest pass except it is "pushed" by either the left or right hand

HIP PASS try not to sling it (an Aussie special)

SHOULDER PASS get elbow away from body

REVERSE SHOULDER if right handed, ball is held high on left hand side and passed across to your right. Think around circle edge with defender on rhs. Float ball into WA pocket. Saves having to bring the ball back to rhs if right handed. Also use right reverse hand to pass to the right

2 HANDED ABOVE HEAD


2 HANDED ABOVE HEAD with jump


BOUNCE 1 or 2 handed and wide by using feet to get around defender

REVERSE BOUNCE
again this is where it is held on lhs if you are right handed

UNDERHAND
quick feed probably into shooter and again you can go wide with it.
Use both left and right hands

2 HANDED UNDERHAND
quick ball into midrift of shooter

LOB either 1 or two handed. Aussie coaches advocate using just one hand so release is higher

WINDMILL PASS


FAKE PASS
we need to use the ball more to ‘move’ the defender

SHOOTER’S
fake to shoot (baulk) and then put ball up or pop

LOOK ONE WAY, PASS ANOTHER


Start off in 2’s and then introduce a defender and discuss where these types of passes will be used and "WHY".

MARY FROM MALAWI
back handed, under hand

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