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Korfball drills

  • Player red throws the ball to the blue player under the basket.
  • The blue player passes the ball to player white.
  • Player white then throws the ball deep behind the basket.
  • From the moment player red has thrown the ball to blue, he cuts around the basket to accept the deep thrown ball for the shot.
  • Player white may throw the ball deep immediately after receiving the ball.
  • It is up to player red to be ready in time.

  • Dotted line: ball lines - Black line: running line
drawing Parabola
  • Shot game in 2-team form. Playing against the other baskets.

  • One of the two will shoot. If 2x is scored you call out to the coach.
  • If you are the fastest, you have won and on all baskets the pairs are changed.
  • The one who finishes first has earned a point.

  • The other of the pair catches the ball.
  • If the ball bounces on the ground then a goal goes off.

  • Variation possible through through balls and off movement.
  • Pay attention to the passing. Where does someone want the ball when you pass?
  • Out of motion: keep moving after your shot to receive the ball. You keep running until you receive the ball again.
2 teams play a game.
  • Instead of baskets, you must score by throwing at a cone.
  • This cone is in the center of the circle and around it are players.
  • One player stands in front of the pawn to protect it.
  • The players around this one player must try, by passing the ball quickly around, to throw at the pawn.
  • Meanwhile, the player in front of the pawn tries to intercept the ball and defend the pawn.
  • When the ball is intercepted, he/she gets a point and the ball goes back to the outside.
  • Switching: when the pawn is hit, the player gets a point and switches places with the player in the middle.
  • Whoever has the most points wins.
Goal: Playing together as attackers and intercepting the ball as defenders.
  • Make throw-overs more difficult: two in the middle, throw with left.
  • Making overthrowers easier: With two balls.
drawing Skittles basketball
  • There are 2 players per post.
  • When a player has scored, they may step back,
  • After 3 attempts not scored then the player stands as a catch and it is player 2's turn.
  • If the person standing under the basket does not catch the ball at once the player shooting must take a step forward.
  • You can get closer than 1 step in front of the basket.
Place at least half the number of players participating in baskets distributed in a circle on field.
  • One player stands under each basket with ball
  • The remaining players stand in the middle between the lined up baskets
  • Have players walk to a basket and pull a hook and then shoot.
    • If the ball is in, on a regular basket, the player gets 1 point.
    • Is the ball in, on a shooter's basket, then you get 2 points.
  • If the player has scored, he walks to the center and chooses another basket to shoot at.
  • If the player did not score, then you switch with the passer.
  • Play like this to a self-selected number of points.

  • follow-through
  • pull away ball
  • The ball is played in to a high support and the inspeler threatens to pass.
  • The support shifts the ball to the side or back of the basket, onto a moving player.
  • The player behind the basket takes a shot.
  • The inspeler comes over the support and catches the ball.
  • The catcher plays the ball forward to the runaway support.
  • The shooter assumes the support position and the interceptor becomes the new shooter.
This exercise can be played from any side.
The goal of the exercise is to use the whole field and create space in the game.

drawing Rear basket utilization
  • The player behind the basket plays the ball sideways and briefly moves back and forth in the broadside line.
  • Simultaneously with the play-in, the forward player comes to the basket and makes a through ball.
  • The first player catches the ball and places the ball out toward the pass-through shooter.
  • The catcher takes the place of the declarer and the declarer becomes the shooter.
drawing Walk-through ball with catch from space
  • The forwards player plays the ball into the support and runs towards the support.
  • The support plays the ball to the fellow attacker coming in from the side just before the striker reaches him.
  • The striker runs around the support and receives the ball from the fellow attacker and takes a through ball.
  • The shooter catches the ball himself and places it forward.
  • The support becomes a through-ball.
  • The co-attacker support.
  • The shooter becomes co-attacker.
Score 20 times over left and 20 times over right.
drawing Walk-through ball over support
  • In this exercise you use 2 poles facing each other.
  • At each pole there is a declarer.
  • One of the attackers has the ball.
  • The posts are +/- 10 meters apart.
  • At about 4 meters from the basket on the side stands an attacker with a defender.

  • The attacker goes to the side of the post to make an offensive move to receive the ball for the shot.
  • The goal is for the defender to give so much pressure that the ball cannot be thrown. If this happens the attacker makes a running action to the other post.
  • The one standing in support throws the ball. the attacker must first make a rebound and only then make the through ball.
drawing Deep through ball
Warm-up with reaction training.

  • The field is divided into five different lines, including the sidelines.
  • Everyone starts on the same line, starting with short strides.
  • The trainer calls a color/type of line each time, which the group must run to as fast as possible. You have to tap the line on the floor with two hands.
  • Later a competition element is added to this.
  • Whoever taps the line last, drops out.
  • Player A plays to B.
  • B places through on the to the side running out C.
  • C plays through to the to the tip of the circle running in on D and C threatens in.
  • B, after the pass to C, runs around C to the basket and gets the through ball indicated by D.
  • A, meanwhile, has run to the backcourt to replenish if needed.
drawing Walk-through ball after deflection via running block
  • Player A at the line passes to player B left or right in the box.
  • Player B plays through to player C who comes to the tip of the circle.
  • Player B moves inside and comes out right in front of the basket.
  • Player A after playing through to B moves toward B and runs around behind B to the basket.
  • Player A gets the ball and takes a through ball.
- Score 10 times after setting up in front on left
- score 10 times after setting up in front over right
- score 10 times after setting up from the side - out ball
- score 10 times after setting up from behind
drawing Through ball via running block