(i) ASSIST FROM 10 METRES IN FRONT OF THE KORF
Practising shooting opportunities resulting from assists 10 metres in front of the korf
Groups of three or four per korf. A fixed assist player stands 10 metres in front of the korf. The other two or three players work in rotation.
A. Number 1 throws to Number 4 (the assist player) and runs diagonally in front. When eight metres from the post, the pass is received from Number 4 and the ball is played back to Number 2 for a running-in shot.
B. As A, but Number 1 takes a veering-off shot.
C. As A, but Number 4 plays the ball direct to Number 2 under the korf once Number 1 is eight metres in front of the post. Number 1 then executes a running-in shot without ball.
D. Once again as A, but Number 2 moves away from the korf at the moment that Number 1 gets the ball. Number 1 plays to Number 2, who shoots. This situation can occur in matches when Number 2’s defender is preoccupied with the movement of Number 1.
E. Number 1 passes to Number 4 and runs up to Number 4, receives the ball and shoots with a half-turn. This move has most chance of success if Number 1 does not immediately follow his/her pass, but waits until Number 4 passes the ball. Number I then moves quickly and jumps towards the ball, turning at the same time, before taking the shot.
F. Numbers 1 and 2 (and possibly 3) stand next to assist player 4 at a distance of no more than five metres. From this position they take running-in shots, with the pass given by Number 4. Each player collects his/her own shot and passes the ball back to Number 4.