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Perfect the hand pass
Around the Academy:

Step one

When attempting the hand pass the ball is held in the left hand for a right handed player and vice versa.

The ball should then be held out in front of the body to give the striking hand enough room to gain power before striking the ball.

The striking hand can then either be made into a fist in order to strike the ball or else it can be struck with the base of the hand closest to the wrist.

You then need to strike firmly through the ball, making sure the hand holding the ball remains steady throughout.





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