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Netball #secretweapon training drills with Crazy Catch

After the fantastic Netball World Cup hosted in Liverpool, its nearly time for the new domestic netball season to start. To get your team prepared, here’s are four short drills to get your skills sharp using Crazy Catch, the Ultimate Rebound Net. The Crazy Catch Double Trouble range for Netball has two different sides … use the SANE side with small netting for a simple, consistent rebound OR flip over to the INSANE side which is a much larger mesh, for a much more unpredictability and challenge.

Work on your passing and receiving skills and get your handling and footwork skills sharp for the new season with this drill with England Netballer, Sasha Corbin. Once you have mastered these 3 variations, flip over to the INSANE side of your Crazy Catch for extra challenge and fun!

Run to a cone then quickly turn, whilst catching a ball high on extension thrown onto the Crazy Catch by a partner then rotate. Use the INSANE side for an even more challenging pick up.

Set up a square 5 x 5 metres and start in the middle with a ball. Throw the ball towards a player holding the Crazy Catch Freestyle and they are going to pop the ball around the square with different heights and distances to stretch the player working. We suggest a set of 6 throws and catches before swapping.

Try this drill and improve your ball tracking and anticipation skills and take your Netball game to the next level #secretweapon. See how training with your #SecretWeapon Crazy Catch can develop your fitness, reactions, agility, speed, handling skills all whilst having fun!

FREE DRILLCARD PDF’s for coaches and session leaders

To accompany these #secretweapon drills, we have produced a PDF of all the drills including set up diagrams, coaching points and progressions so you can easily replicate any of the exercises in your training sessions. To access this free resource simply visit our Netball Training Centre

1 Comment
  • Hannah
    Posted at 13:31h, 19 October

    Hi I can’t see the form to fill in?

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