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Time to develop NAB AFL Auskickers' evasion skills by chasing and tagging one another. 

x12 cones


x1 football for the group



Use the cones to create two lines across the middle of the activity square.

Nominate two players to be taggers and place them on the line. The other players all start on one edge of the square, facing the taggers. 


When you say “Go”, players try to run to the other end zone.

The taggers can only move along their lines laterally, not backwards or forwards. If they tag a player, that player joins them on the line and becomes a tagger.

Taggers can’t overtake each other along their line - their position is fixed like the figures on a Foosball table.  


Runners must keep moving forwards, and cannot go backwards once they commence their run.  

Once everyone is tagged, choose new taggers and start again.


Give the “attackers” a ball to carry while moving from one end to the other. Then add bounces when they reach the end zone.


Start half the players at the opposite end zone to have the game flowing both ways.

Encourage kids to dodge and change direction. 

Encourage kids to be aware of their surroundings and not run into each other.

Get the taggers on their lines to work as a team.

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