“1-2-3 and IN”
One team of 4 players take up positions roughly in the corners of an area defined into a square shape roughly 5m x 5m or larger. On the completion of every three successful passes to another team member (passing back and forth is allowed) one member of the opposing defensive team enters the area and tries to intercept the ball without making any physical contact. Score one point per successful pass. Upon interception or completion of 12 passes teams change positions. The winning team is the first to reach 60 points.
The game consists of fundamental movement skills of passing, catching and running (moving). Game skills of passing to an open player, passing around a defender and moving to an open position are involved in offence and for defence there is reading the play, moving to defensive position and cutting off the angle of the passing lane.
This game was invented by a university lecturer and author named Les House.