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Studying Sockeye’s Defense: Switching Deep Dive

We can learn a lot from this beautiful, fluid defense from Sockeye.

This is part three in a series on Seattle Sockeye’s defense from the 2018 club season. 

Last week, we covered some of the basics of Sockeye’s switching defense. This week, we will go into more of the nuances of how they run their switches with an in-depth look at a fantastic defensive point from their game against PoNY. Let’s dive right in.

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  1. Sion "Brummie" Scone

    Sion "Brummie" Scone coached GB Open from 2010-2012, and also coached the GB World Games team in 2013, and the u24 Men in 2018. He has been running skills clinics in the UK and around the world since 2005. He played GB Open 2007-12, and GB World Games 2009. He lives in Birmingham, UK. You can reach him by email ( or on Twitter (@sionscone).

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