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Fielding Drills: Court ball

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Purpose: A competitive game to practice stopping under pressure.

Description: In a court as pictured below, teams take turns to throw the ball, bouncing it in the middle section. Players are not allowed in the middle area. The receiving team must stop the ball before it passes the end of the court, the throwing team must make the ball pass the opponents back line. 3 points are scored for crossing the back line, 1 point is lost of missing the middle section or passing outside the side of the court.



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