Objetive: To use the 1-4-1 formation to execute a constant dodging offense.

                                        

Initial Phase

 

-          The players need to learn all the positions on the field to run this style of motion. 

-          The play is initiated out of 1-4-1.

-          Players 1,  2 and 3 represent the attack.

-          Players 4, 5 and 6 represent the midfielders

-          Player 6 beggins the play with  the ball.

Phase Two

 

-          Player 6 dodges.

-          Player 2 clears to crease.

-          Player 3 curls behind to “X”.

-          Player 1 supports player 6 wide.

-          Player 5 replaces and supports player 6 up top.

-          Player 4 replaces player 5 on wing.

Phase Three

 

-          Player 6 passes the ball to player 1 (if is not able to shot or play is attempted)

-          Players 1 passes the ball to player 3 at “X”.

-          Player 4 clears to the crease when player 3 gets the ball.

-          Player 2 cuts high and replace player 5.

-          Player 3 dodges backside.

-          Player 5 cuts off 4’s back and stays out of player 3’s way.

-          Player 3 passes the ball to player 5.

-          Player 5 shots to the goal.

 

Final phase  (if 5 does not shot)

 

-          Player Player 3 passes the ball to player 5.

-          Player 5 passes the ball to player

 

-          Player 4 shots to the goal.