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  1. The Doctor

    The Doctor FHF Regular Player

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    I thought this would be a good place to list useful drills. To make putting it together easier, please follow the following format:

    1) Name of drill
    2) Aims of drill (e.g. kicking practise)
    3) Requirements (number of players, balls, cones, GK in pads or not etc)
    4) Source of drill (if applicable - important if you have taken it from another site or book)
    5) Description of drill (with diagrams if possible)
    6) Possible variations (if applicable)

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  2. Stuchers

    Stuchers FHF Regular Player

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    1) Round the world
    2) Accuracy of kicking, movement and patience
    3) 1 keeper in goal in pads, 5 keepers around the goal in pads, outfield players if wanted (coach)
    4) John Hurst (England keeper coach) keeper course at my school
    5) Play the ball to keeper who then plays it back to another player
        Then the other players have to pass it around to try and open up space to score a goal.
        Keeper in goal has to move around and cover the goal, and if the ball is played to them they save it.
        Keeper in goal wins if they clear the ball off side line, or out of 'D'
        Other keepers win if they score a goal
        Switch keepers after 5 (or as many as necessary) balls have been played. Keep switching until all keepers have been in goal.
    6) Play it with a football instead

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  3. Stuchers

    Stuchers FHF Regular Player

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    1) Passing?
    2) Both feet, reactions, accuracy over short distances
    3) Keepers in pairs, 5 ft apart, both in kit
    4) John Hurst (England keeper coach) keeper course at my school
    5) Keepers in pair 5 ft apart. pass the ball from one to the other, gather the ball and then play it back. use both feet, unfavoured one for more practice.
    6) Don't gather the ball play it straight back.

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  4. Stuchers

    Stuchers FHF Regular Player

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    1) ?
    2) Hand eye coordination, glove control (for junior keepers)
    3) in pairs, gloves are necessary but other padding is not essential
    4) John Hurst (England keeper coach) keeper course at my school
    5) Keepers in pairs, 5ft apart. One keeper kneeling, one standing. One keeper (or player) throws the ball to about the head height or the kneeling keeper, kneeling keeper then bats the ball away to the right hand side with left glove. Do this and change to batting to the left side when you feel necessary.
    6) Use stick instead of glove, or use right glove.

    Same image as previous drill
     
  5. Stuchers

    Stuchers FHF Regular Player

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    1) Sudden death
    2) Movement, clearance
    3) One keeper in goal. Other keepers and players around the edge of the 'D'
    4) John Hurst (England keeper coach) keeper course at my school
    5) a. Sudden Death
    b. One keeper stands in the goal, all the other players around the side, goalie’s included.
    c. One player plays the ball to the keeper in the goal who plays it back to someone on the outside, and then they play it around trying to open up a gap to s score.
    d. Once the ball is out of the ‘D’ it is dead. If the keeper clears the ball out of the ‘D’ then they are through to the next round. If they fail to clear it a the other’s score, then they are out. If the ball goes off the back line then the keeper wins.
    e. Switch the keeper and then once everyone has had a turn it changes to the next round with only the people who saved it in this round.
    f. You have as many rounds as need be until there is one winner, or until everyone is out.

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