Run out of a basic 2-2-2 set this play requires all six players to work together. If run correctly, this is one of the hardest plays to defend.
A quick-hit play that is run typically off of the endline or at the end of a quarter. Includes a ball flip, screen, and flip. If your attackmen are crafty enough, this is a play to get the crowd going.
A play run out of a 1-3-2 set that forces the defense to slide and allows the offense to play with a man advantage for a quick second, resulting in space for passing lanes and time to catch and shoot.
A play designed out of a 2-1-3 to create separation and mismatches off of a double pick. Let your top middie sweep for his right hand and take over a game.
A double invert quick-hit play ran out of a wide 2-2-2 set with screens and cuts. If your players don’t telegraph where they are going, this play will be highly efficient.
A set play out of a basic 2-2-2 that has screens/pops and allows for your playmakers to attack the unbalanced backside.
Run out of an offset 1-2-3 set. A longer play to execute with a fair amount of ball and player. Tell your players to keep their heads up because one of the three cutters off of screens are bound to be open.
A 2-2-2 set, with screens coming from an attackman behind and a middie up top. Exploit a defense that doesn’t have its head on a swivel.
Thunder is a 2-3-1 double invert. With quick, accurate ball movement behind and correct timing with the picks on the crease, this play should be a consistent go to when you need a goal.
Executed out of a 1-3-2 set with screens, pops and slips. Designed to get your best shooters open to let one fly.
A 2-2-2 set play, when run correctly with timing and spacing, it forces the defense to pick its poison.
Executed out of a staggered 1-4-1 set with picks and pops on either side of the field giving the dodging middie freedom to go righty or lefty. Tell your middies to keep an eye out for the wide open slip since the defense will be all over the popping attack.
A middie initiated play out of a 2-1-3 that has great player movement and opens up passing lanes with all the picks, slips and screens.
A 1-4-1 set play, with one side of the field setting picks and slips and the backside half looking for skip passes.