Past Articles from Sion "Brummie" Scone

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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 (sionscone@gmail.com) or on Twitter (@sionscone).

  1. Defensive Strategy & Tactics: Introduction [Pt. 1]

    A new series on ways to approach playing defense.

  2. Film Room: How Portland Rhino Slam’s Isolation Attack Nearly Sunk PoNY

    Rhino Slam's chemistry and timing were impeccable.

  3. Film Room: Handler Movement, Deep Attack Drove Schwa To Semifinals

    Spacing and timing made Schwa's offense dynamic and dangerous.

  4. How CUSB Ended Clapham’s Reign: Part Two (Tactics)

    CUSB's full team effort was evident from the start of the contest.

  5. How CUSB Ended Clapham’s Reign: Part One (Skills)

    For the first time in a long time, Clapham looked exposed.

  6. Australian Ultimate League 2019: New Scoring, Same 6v6 Mixed

    The games have already been played, but they'll air over the course of a month.

  7. Tuesday Tips: Practice Planning, Presented By Spin Ultimate

    Design training sessions that reinforce skills and build toward season-long goals.

  8. Tuesday Tips: Season Planning, Presented By Spin Ultimate

    In order to maximize your results, team leaders need to build a plan for the rhythm of the team's season.

  9. Studying Sockeye’s Defense: Zones & Transitions

    Transition zones helped stop hucks and create uncertainty.

  10. Studying Sockeye’s Defense: Switching Deep Dive

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

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