Training Session Type: Team Strategies

This section focuses on the fundamental skills all players should possess amongst the team. Throughout these seven sessions players will concentrate on centre pass, baseline throw-in attacks, baseline throw-in defense, sideline throw-ins, court systems, defence and court press.

System/Set Moves

Every team sport has set moves. In netball they are call court systems. As system recognises individual responsibility enabling each team member to understand their role. A system also provides a base movement and eliminates confusion of who is expected to receive what pass. It is also a coaching tool to identify breakdowns on the […]

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Defence Zone

Zoning is a defence that concentrates on ball not players. The aim is to mark a space and set up in a way to make the opposition feel there are open spaces on the court. The opposition will release into these open spaces and the zoning team will have every space covered. This form of […]

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Court Systems

These systems will assist in bringing the ball through the centre court. A system recognises individual responsibility enabling each team member to understand their role. A system also provides a base movement and eliminates confusion of who is expected to receive what pass. Systems also encourage players to communicate with each other on court. The […]

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Base Line Throws-ins Defence

In Keeping possession from a backline throw-in is a valuable opportunity given by the opposition for you to convert. It is important that these opportunities are followed through. Having a structured set up enables the team to gain confi dence by knowing a method of who gets what pass. The illustrated court systems are to […]

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Base Line Throws-ins Attack

Off loading a safe pass from the base line needs to be made with confi dence and assertion. This creates a calm environment and avoids placing unnecessary pressure on surrounding players. Having structured options gives the player who is throwing in the ability to look for the safest passage of play. The illustrated systems are […]

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