Instructions for the Lacrosse Diamond Drill

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Instructions for the Lacrosse Diamond Drill

The diamond drill works on passing and catching while on the move. The players should be able to do this drill with their right and left hands. This drill is also known as the "Four Corners" drill.

This is a beginner/immediate lacrosse drill where the players are standing on the four corners of a square (diamond). The player with the ball will run towards the next (second) corner and pass to the next player who is starting to run towards the next (third) corner on the diamond.

To make things a little more difficult, you can have the players do a roll dodge when they have caught the ball (i.e. to simulate escaping a defender). For even greater difficulty, you can have two (or even four balls) going at the same time.

For other beginner and advanced drills, please visit the main Lacrosse Drills section.

Lacrosse - Diamond Drill





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