Five balls, ideally a fence or a wall but adequate substitutes are two tables or five cones.
10 x 10 metre grid.
One halfback and one first five-eighth in a normal position.
Place the balls against the fence/wall/table/cones so there can be no back-lift by the halfback before passing the ball.
The halfback goes to the first ball and, in one movement, passes the ball to the first five-eighth.
The halfback moves to the next ball, repeating the action.
The halfback should practise the skill with the first five-eighth, both standing and moving onto the ball.
The drill continues.
• When passing left, the left foot should point in the direction of the pass.
• Arms should follow through in the direction of the pass.
• First five-eighth should vary width, depth and communicate clearly.
VARIATIONS / PROGRESSION:
Passing with one hand only.
Use medicine balls.
If there is no wall or fence available, this drill can be practised on an open field.