Little skills mean a lot

Australia, 1989

Film
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Leading sports commentator, Sandy Roberts introduces the Australian Football skills and drills film, highlighting the LITTLE things in football which are essential for team success. Skills drills on tackling, smothering, evasion, ball-handling, crumb gathering, kicking to position etc are presented by leading Victorian Junior Coach, Ray ‘Slug’ Jordan and VFL Development Manager, Kevin Sheehan.

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John Hallowell

Language

English

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00:38:00:00

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