HOW TO SET UP
Place some cones within the playing area, and set the goal psots a few meters outside it.
Half the players take a ball and each stands by a seperate cone. This is the spot where they'll be kicking for goal.
The other half of the group need to assemble behind the goals, ready to mark the balls.
Players practice shots at goals by taking a few steps then kicking. The plyers behind the goals mark or retreive the ball, then player swap over.
Keep this going for a few minutes.
Next, the player kicking for goal start from further back and take a longer run-up before kicking.
And after that, players run and handball to another kicker,get it back, then kick for goal on the run.
Encourage Auskickers to use different types of balls.
Try having players bounce the ball as well as a handball before kicking at goal.
Have the Auskickers try kicking for goal with their opposite foot.
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