Korfball drill: tiresome through balls
Tiresome through balls
In short: practise passing the ball from difficult situations.
Organisation: three or four teams per basket, one or two people under the basket, two in front of it. After marking the ball, walk forward to make a fastball, i.e. turn around.
(a ) Bouncing balls, indicated by a bounce.
(b ) Signalling too late: take overhead walkthroughs.
(c ) Signalling too late: the runner runs (left or right) past the basket and raises the ball more or less sideways or diagonally backwards.
(d) Late tagging: the runner runs along the near post and flings the ball over the head into the basket with one hand.
(e ) Marking too late: the ball is taken in the jump.
f ) The ball is passed too early: a 'long pull' must be taken with a long moment of suspension in the movement.
g ) The ball is not thrown in but rolled (can also occur in matches when the ball is knocked out of hands, or after an unsuccessful bouncing ball for example).
h ) the ball is indicated from the side, after which a through ball follows