2.06 INDIVIDUAL ATTACK
(c) SCORING FROM ONE CHANCE
Exercise where the attacker is required to shoot after one action
Three or four pairs on each korf, with a ball. A pair stands by the post to give the assist, the other pairs are about 12 metres in front of the korf. One of each pair is the defender and stands one metre in front of the attacker. The players work in rotation.
A. The attacker has two possibilities, either to run past the defender or to try for a veering-off shot. The defender chooses, without telling the attacker, which of the two (s)he will try to defend. When running, the attacker must discover the defenderís choice and try for the other possibility. After this turn, the first pair gives the assist and the next pair continues the exercise.
B. As A, but the defender tries to prevent both types of shot.
C. The attacker gets a third possibility. After the veering-off movement, a running-≠in shot with ball is also allowed. The defender tries to defend as well as possible.
D. A game against each other: if the attacker scores (s)he receives a point, while in all other cases the point is for the defender.
E. As C, but the attacker may now carry on until taking a shot. This can also be carried out in the game form of D. Note that the attacker is still only allowed to shoot once.
By exercise C various alternatives are possible as instructions for the attacker, for example: veering-off to the left, receive the ball, pass back to the assist and veer-off to the right to shoot etc.