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Passing

Page history last edited by Helena Baert 11 years, 3 months ago

First Author: Salee


 

 

"Passing is the primary way to move the ball in attack." (1.)

 

Basics: 

 

  • the player receiving the initial pass must be at least 3 meters away
  • the offense tries to throw the ball past the opposing goalkeeper and into the goal
  • may not touch the ball twice in a row, unless it is being dribbled, fumbled, or passed from hand to hand
  • players may only hold the ball for 3 seconds before passing
  • the player with the ball is not allowed to take more than 3 steps

          [1]    

 

  • a team may not stall when in possession of the ball           

               -(2.)

Different Types of Passing:

  •   Overhand (as seen below)
  •   Wrist pass (underhand)  

 

  

 

 

                            1.  http://www.drwoolard.com/activities/team_handball_rules.pdf

                            2.  http://members.tripod.com/usadth/rules.html

 

 

Footnotes

  1. http://www.drwoolard.com/activities/team_handball_rules.pdf

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