Hockey drill: accept closed and be able to pass opponent
Accept closed and be able to pass opponent
Exercise on both sides out
- A gives a push to B
- B takes the ball closed because defender D is in his back.
- B accelerates with the ball on his stick past the cones,
- D runs with B because he does not want B to pass.
- D may, when B has passed the cones, try to conquer the ball
- B wants to pass the ball to C.
- When D intercepts the ball he passes it to C so that this person can continue with the exercise.
- When B has gotten the ball to C C does the same and the defender E then goes to defend.
- When E gets the ball he can finish on goal.
- How do you turn, Va a goes to the spot of B,
- B goes to the spot of D, D to the spot of C,
- C to E's spot and E to A's spot
- Tips for the attackers
- Keep the ball close to you and screen it with your stick
- Pass the ball over your opponent's backhand side
- Accelerate so that it is already more difficult for the defender to stop you
- Tips for the defenders
- Keep your stick on the ground, then you can react much quicker to what your opponent does
- Keep your opponent on the forehand and make sure the AS is close!
- Let the attacker make the mistake and then intervene pass
- Guide your opponent in the direction you want him/her to go
Characteristics of the drill
Suitable for the following levels: