Hand Passing

Here are the Key Teaching Points for Hand Passing

-Hold the hurley in the dominant hand with the ball in the non- dominant hand

-Toss the ball from the non-dominant hand to below shoulder height, step towards the receiver with the dominant foot
In a game situation hold the hurley up and across the body throughout the pass for protection

-Swing back and extend the non-dominant arm, keep eyes on the ball

-Strike through the ball in the direction of the receiver
The point of impact is where the fingers meet the palm of the hand

-Follow through to pass the ball at head height to the receiving player

-When soloing, flick the ball up from the hurley to strike with the dominant or non dominant hand