This occurs because two defenders naturally defend the two cones, leaving the third defender without a specific defensive task. Players use a pass-off by the defending team’s goal cones to restart the game. Having two cones for players to defend forces a pyramid defence with one player in front of each cone and another out in front of them.
Also, continue to keep the main focus on the tactics of the game (i.e., moving into space, having players both in front and behind the ball carrier and finding space by passing the ball back towards their own goal). Players trap the ball, pick it up and lob the ball back for their partner to trap. After trapping the ball, players return the ball to the thrower.
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