- 5 attacking players and 2 defending players in a single grid.
- Attacking players start with possession of the ball.
- Attacking players look to retain possession for as many passes as possible.
- Defending players try to intercept passes and recover possession.
- If the defending players can complete an interception within the first 6 passes, both of them become outfield players, taking the places of the passer and the intended receiver.
- If the defending players complete an interception after the first 6 passes, only the player who intercepted gets to swap with the attacking player who gave away possession.
- Attacking players must constantly readjust their positioning and orientation to get in the ‘line of pass’ for the player on the ball, and to prepare for a quick one-touch pass as soon as they receive. Also important they pass to the correct foot and at an appropriate weight to facilitate the receiver’s next action.
- Defending players must always be aware of the location of the attackers and look to close off passing lanes as a pair, forcing the ball-occupant into a misplaced pass.