Start with two players in the center. Player A passes a firm pass to player B. Player B lays a pass into the path of player C. Player C passes across the circle to player D. Each player follows his pass.
- Players on the outside must always be ready
- The central player ‘without’ the ball makes the decision for his team mate as to where to pass the ball
In this example, the players perform an “over”. Player A passes to player C who allows it to run through his legs or by the side of him to player B. Player B lays the ball off into space for player C who has spun round into the space. Player C passes across the circle to player D.
- Player B must be the one to shout “over” – this communicates to player C to let the ball run by him
- Player C must spin quickly to receive the ball