End Your Practice with a Little Fun in the Crease

And there is some type of penalty for the losing group and/or reward for the winning group. It might be the losing group doing 25 push-ups, or, one I like even more, passing and running up and down the field five times, or it could be as simple as the losing group having to collect the balls at the end of practice, while the winners are done for the day.

At our practice, since it was at the end, we moved two cages 25 yards or so apart. We then ran the same drill on two cages, close enough where we could yell out the scores and keep 10 kids and two goalies in the drill simultaneously and had a winning offense and defense from each cage that faced off in a match for the Grand 3V2 Circle Champions. Have fun!



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2010-11-03



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