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Throwing, Catching & Passing
Throwing skills form the basis for many of the skills of Gaelic games. Throwing involves hand-eye coordination and should be developed using a variety of balls and beanbags, incorporating different sizes and weights and throwing over various distances.
Catching and passing skills are integral to Gaelic games. The ability to catch the ball to take possession and pass the ball to release possession in a variety of different situations is vital to the development of players. Its important to develop catching and passing skills using a variety of balls and beanbags, incorporating different sizes and weights.
Throwing, Catching & Passing Exercises/Activities
Hand Roll - in pairs, players sit or kneel on the ground about 2/3 yards apart. Roll the ball back and forth using two touches one to stop the ball and the other to roll it to partner. Progress by using only one touch or performing the activity while standing.
Tip: challenge players by seeing how many passes they can get in a minute.
Hand-to-Hand Roll every player has a ball. Standing with feet wide apart, players roll the ball back and forth from one hand to the other using an open hand. Advance by using the hands to make a Figure of 8 shape around legs.
Tip: use balls of different sizes and weights and constantly ask players to swap ball with other person so they use all types and sizes.
Bridge Ball in pairs, players with the ball start at one side of playing area facing their partner who is standing with legs wide apart approx 2 yards away. On the whistle, player with the ball rolls the ball underarm through partners legs. Thrower runs around and picks up ball. Exercise is repeated until the other end of the playing area. Switch roles on the way back.
Knock the Cap players stand at 2 cones 10 metres apart with a target (pyramid made with three markers) in the middle. First player roles ball at target. If successful, coach replaces marker and team is awarded a point. Ball is then rolled to group at other side where the process is repeated in opposite direction. How many times can the team hit the target in 2 minutes???
Tip: set up two courses side by side and have relays between two teams.
1/2 Handed Underarm/Shot Putt/Over Arm Throw each player has an object (beanbag, football, tennis ball etc.) to throw. Players underarm /shot putt/over arm throw beanbags and balls of different sizes and weights as far as possible or at a target. Ensure all players use as many different kinds of objects as possible. Challenge players by telling them to beat their previous distance or number of times they hit a target.
Bounce & Shoot place a number of hoops on the ground and a target to aim for at the end of the course. players line up at start of course. First player starts with a ball and runs through playing area bouncing the ball in the hoops before throwing the ball to land in or hit the target.
Tip: set up two courses side by side and have relays between two teams.
Roll & Pick Up all players start with a ball along one side of the playing area. On the whistle, players roll the ball away before running in front of the ball and letting it roll up into their arms. Once they get to end of the playing area, turn and repeat going in other direction. Challenge players by seeing how many times they can pick the ball up from one side to the other.
Roll & Follow - all players start with a ball along one side of the playing area. On the whistle, players roll the ball away before running after or alongside it to pick it up. Once they get to end of the playing area, turn and repeat going in other direction. Challenge players by seeing how many times they can pick the ball up from one side to the other
Roll Partner Pick Up players work in pairs approx 5 yards apart. Ball is rolled using one or both hands to partner who lets it roll up into his hands. Challenge pairs by seeing how many times they can pick the ball up in one minute then try to beat score.
Bounce & Catch each player has a ball. Start by asking players to sit on ground and bounce the ball back up into their hands. Next get players to kneel, then to stand and repeat exercise. Advance by asking players to see if they can do it without catching ball between bounces. How many can they get in a minute???
Tip: use balls of different weights and sizes if possible.
High Bounce & Catch - each player has a ball. Bounce ball high above head and attempt to catch ball at highest point. Advance by asking players to tap the ball higher at the top of the bounce and catch the ball at the new highest point.
Bounce, Move & Dribble - each player has a ball. Ask players to move around the playing area bouncing the ball every 4 steps. Use a two-handed bounce before progressing to the one-handed bounce. Advance further by asking players to see if they can do it without catching ball between bounces.
Target Bounce - place hoops/markers on ground in random order around playing area. Each player has a ball and moves around playing area attempting to bounce the ball to hit the target as they pass them.
Bounce Pass players work in pairs approx 5 yards apart, each pair has a ball. Bounce pass the ball back and forth. How many passes can each pair get in a minute??? Try to beat that score.
Sit & Get Up players sit/kneel on the ground with a balloon or a ball. The ball/balloon is tossed into the air and the players must get to their feet quickly and catch it before it hits the ground.
Toss & Catch each player has a balloon or a ball. Instruct them to move around the playing area throwing the ball/balloon into the air and catching it. Advance by asking players to clap once or more while the ball is in the air.
Partner Toss & Catch players work in pairs a short distance apart. They throw the ball back and forth to each other using different types of throwing techniques (e.g. 1 handed underarm throw, 2 handed underarm throw, chest pass, overhead throw etc.). Begin with bigger ball before progressing to a smaller one.
Piggy in the Middle players spread out around the playing area. One player is designated piggy in the middle. Other players pass ball around attempting to keep it away from the piggy. If ball is dropped or intercepted the player who missed the catch or attempted the pass becomes the piggy.
Tip: if some players arent getting a touch of the ball set up 2 separate games with only half the number in each.
Kicking
Kicking is essential to the development of players in Gaelic games. Kicking involves eye-foot and hand-foot coordination and should be developed using a variety of balls and beanbags incorporating different sizes and weights. Accurate kicking over a variety of distances should also be developed.
Kicking Exercises/Activities
Beanbag Control & Dribble each player has a beanbag. They must simply move the beanbag from foot to foot along the ground in a stationary position. Advance by moving and dribbling with the beanbag along the ground. A kick into space or at a target can also be incorporated into the exercise
Beanbag Kick & Stop in pairs, players kick the beanbag back and forth to each other. Players must stop the beanbag with their foot before kicking it back. How many passes can each pair get in a minute??? Try to beat that score.
Trap & Flick each player has a beanbag. Instruct the players to toss the beanbag in the air with their hands and trap it under their foot as it hits the ground. Advance by instructing the players to flick the ball into the air with their feet and then trap it as it lands. Vary exercise by asking players to flick the beanbag as far as possible or at a certain target.
Tip: encourage players to use both feet.
Beanbag Shadow players work in pairs and each has a beanbag. The leader dribbles the beanbag around the playing area being followed as closely as possible by his shadow. Alternate roles after one or two minutes.
Beanbag: Through the Gap players work in pairs, one beanbag per pair. Set up a target gate approx 1 meter wide in the middle of each pair. Challenge the players to kick the beanbags through the gate to one another. How many passes can each pair get in a minute??? Try to beat that score.
Tip: encourage players to use both feet.
Ball Roll each player has a ball. In a stationary position the players roll the ball back and forward using the bottom of their foot. Encourage players to use both feet. Challenge the players to switch from one foot to the other quickly.
Minefield Dribble - place cones/markers on ground in random order around playing area. Each player has a ball and must dribble the ball around the playing area avoiding the markers. To vary, divide the players into teams and on the signal form the coach, one or more teams must navigate through the minefield.
Ground Kick players work in pairs with a ball with each pair. Players must kick pass the ball along the ground to each other. First get them to stop the ball before passing it back and then ask them to use only one touch in order to advance. Vary by placing a target gate between the players that they must try to kick the ball through.
Tip: encourage players to use both feet.
Dribble & Shoot set up a course using cones or obstacles and a target or goal at the end. In turn, allow the players to dribble the ball around the obstacles and kick at the target.
Tip: set up two courses side by side and have relays between two teams.
Thigh Solo each player has a ball. In a stationary position instruct players to drop the ball from the hand to tap it with the thigh before catching it again. Encourage children to use both legs. Increase difficulty of exercise by instructing players to do it whilst walking or jogging around the playing area.
Team Games
Team games are important to teach the children about aspects of the game such as teamwork, use of space and fair play. These games can be played at the end of a session and may emphasise or reinforce skills practiced during the session.
Team Games
Modified Gaelic - divide children into 2 teams. Set up a goal at each end of the playing area. Children may kick or throw the ball to a teammate in order to pass. Scores are the same as normal Gaelic (i.e. points & goals). Players on the team not in possession attempt to get the ball back. Instruct players that they may slap the ball out of opponents hands but no wrestling or rugby tackling is allowed. Ball is allowed to be picked up straight off the ground.
Tip: award points for skills such as a proper dispossession, a high catch, a good pass, a high catch etc. Also, if all players are bunching and crowding around the ball, introduce a second ball into the game.
Possession Game divide children into 2 teams. Both teams must remain inside the playing area. The player in possession must throw the ball to a member of his team as players on the opposing team attempt to get the ball back. Instruct players that they may slap the ball out of opponents hands but no wrestling or rugby tackling is allowed. Five consecutive passes gets a team a point, at which stage the ball must be handed to the other team. Introduce a bounce after every four steps to make it harder for the player in possession.
Tip: if all players are bunching and crowding around the ball, introduce a second ball into the game.
Rob the Nest scatter footballs randomly around playing area. Divide children into 2/3/4 teams, each with its own corner of the playing area. On the whistle, one player from each team collects a ball and returns to their corner. Next child repeats. Once all balls have been collected, players can rob from other corners. Winning team is one with most balls at the end. Instruct players to dribble, roll, bounce, thigh solo ball while taking them back to their corner.
Tip: encourage children to cheer for team members.
Dodgeball use cones to mark out playing area that the players must remain inside. Choose 1 or 2 taggers who must try to catch the other children by hitting them below the waist with a light ball or beanbag. Children stand at the side bouncing or throwing a ball to one another when caught.
Tip: change taggers regularly and give them targets (e.g. they have one minute to catch everyone).
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