Korfball drills for rebound

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Play 2 against 2 with mixed teams

Static position of 4 players 2 teams around the basket. 
Player of team 1 takes the shot and at that moment all players react by rebounding.

The team that is not in possession of the ball, after the rebound, become defenders. 
The attackers can choose to shoot after the rebound or by 1 or more passes seek the second chance.

End is when the defenders have the ball or a goal is scored. 
If a goal is scored, that team may start again. If no score is scored then the other team may start.

Starting shot inside: 1 point
After the starting shot is scored: 2 points






 


 












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  • The children stand in pairs. The idea is that the children each have a tire and 1 ball.
  • The children take turns bumping into the band, the other must take the ball before the ball falls to the ground next to the band.
  • If this does happen, then five push-ups or five sit-ups are done.

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These are played 2 against 2 with mixed teams (2 against 1 is also possible - then you start in triangle around the basket):

  • Static position of 4 players (2 teams) around the basket.
  • Player 1 takes the shot, and at that moment all players react by rebounding.
  • The team that is not in possession of the ball after the rebound becomes defender.
  • The attackers can choose to shoot after the rebound, or to look for the 2nd chance by 1 or more passes.

2 against 1:
  • The player with the ball shoots.
  • The 2 others engage in the rebound duel at the moment of the shot.
  • The winner of the rebound duel can take a chance.
  • If a shot cannot be taken immediately, the shooter will act as a co-attacker.
  • They get max 2 passes to come to a chance.
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The focus in this exercise is on finishing chances. If you don't score enough goals quickly enough, you will lose the game.

Objective is to score 2 goals.
The rebounder under the basket plays against the shooter in front of the basket.
Which of the two players scores 2 goals first? Then swap positions.

The rebounder starts as a declarator so the shooter has to shoot on the move.

The rebounder may only shoot when he or she catches the ball in for the bots and when the shooter did not score.


Too easy or too difficult:
  • Then increase or decrease the shot distance.
  • Play with the number of goals they have to score.
  •  To challenge the rebounder, you can choose to have the rebounder start a few meters from the basket. It becomes more difficult for the rebounder to catch the ball in one shot.
  •  Any airball is immediately 2 points for the opponent and thus means change. 

3 per basket
  • 1 shooter and 2 rebounders behind the basket at 3 or 4 meters (depending on level).
  • Of the 2 rebounders, 1 is attacker, 1 defender: agree in advance who has what task.
  • Shooter in front of the basket calls "yes", at that moment both rebounders may move towards the basket to take the correct position.
    • When attacker indicates that he/she is in a good position, shooter may shoot.
  • 3 rounds, then switch positions.
Points of attention:
Pay attention to positioning of attacker/defender in rebound, properly blocking out opponent

Variations:
  • Do not agree in advance who has what position and let players count points separately for x-number of rebounds to get.
  • Shooter shoots at any moment, then rebounders may only react to catch.
  • Shooter joins the catch and, when the shot is missed, may pass to attacking rebounder for a short chance.

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  • This exercise is designed to let the players choose for themselves what they want to improve on.
  • Which (improvement) goal, which they have set for themselves, do they want to improve here.
  • As a trainer you can steer this by guiding the choice.
  • For example: the exercise must have something to do with passing/shooting/attacking/looking etc.

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The focus in this exercise is on using the second chance.
When the shooter has taken a shot from the front court, it will be caught by the rebounder and passed back to the shooter as quickly as possible.
The shooter will have to anticipate the second ball and adjust the running line.

  1. The players stand with 2 (or 3) at a basket. One is the archer, the other the rebounder.
  2. The shooter starts in front of the post, receives the ball and shoots.
  3. The shooter keeps moving after the shot.
  4. The player under the post catches the ball, and passes it to the shooter as fast as possible.
  5. The shooter takes the second chance. Look closely at where you are running to get free.
  6. After the second ball is taken, the game starts again in the starting position.
  7. Change is made after 3 sessions of 2 shots, basket of 3 rotates continuously, with 3rd player on top.
Points:
  • First shot = 1p
  • 2nd chance = 1p, if the rebound of the first shot is caught without bouncing the ball, you get 2 points for scoring the 2nd chance.

Exercise in 2 parts: a relative static part with 3 (point 1 and point 2), and a part from the movement with 3 and 2 (point 3 and point 4):

  1. Ball in the hoop:
    1. Player A stands facing player B, and must make sure he cannot tap the ball.
    2. Change position after tapping or after max. 20 sec.
  2. Same as previous,
    1. But now player A has to stand with their back to player B.
  3. Again blocking out with player B in the back, the 3rd person is going to move around.
    1. When the trainer calls 'yes', the player who has to tap the ball is changed.
    2. The person protecting the ball has to switch quickly
  4. This one per 2:
    1. Player 1 stands on the sideline, player 2 stands about 2,5 meter further on a cone with his back to player 1 and with his legs spread.
    2. About 8 metres further on is another cone. 
    3. Player 1 is going to roll the ball through his legs, and the ball has to pass the furthest cone.
    4. At the moment player 2 sees the ball coming through his/her legs, he/she starts to block.
    5. 1 point for player 1 when he/she can tap the ball (without diving) before it reaches the furthest cone. 1 point for player 2 when the ball has passed the cone, without player 1 being able to tap the ball. When the ball does not pass the cone, also one point for player 2

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The focus in this exercise is on finishing chances. If you don't score enough goals, you will lose the game.

  • The goal is to score 2 goals.
  • The rebounder under the basket plays against the shooter in front of the basket. Which of the two players will score two goals first?
  • The rebounder starts as a declarer, so the archer has to shoot on the spot.
  • The rebounder can only shoot if he or she catches the ball in one go without scoring a goal.

Too easy or too difficult:
  • Then increase or decrease the shot distance.
  • Play with the number of goals they have to score.
  • To challenge the rebounder, you can have the rebounder start a few metres from the basket. It becomes more difficult for the rebounder to catch the ball in one go.
  • Any airball is immediately 2 points for the opponent and means a change. 

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