The Effect of Paired and Unpaired Ball Passing Practice on Ball Passing Ability in the Game of Football
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Ishak , M., Sahabuddin, S., & Husniati, H. (2023). The Effect of Paired and Unpaired Ball Passing Practice on Ball Passing Ability in the Game of Football. Nusantara Journal of Sports Science (NJSS), 2(1), 8–15. Retrieved from http://journal.apskori-sanjoss.org/index.php/njss/article/view/21

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This study aims to determine the effect of pair and unpaired ball passing training on the ability to pass the ball in football games in students of SMK YPPP Wonomulyo Polman. This research belongs to the type of experimental research. The population of this study was all students of SMK YPPP Wonomulyo Polman with a total research sample of 30 male students selected by random sampling. The data analysis technique used is an infrencial analysis technique with a t-test using the SPSS system Version 22.00 at a significant level of 95% or 0.05. Departing from the results of data analysis, this study concluded that: (1) there was a significant effect of paired ball passing training on the ability to pass the ball in football games, proven to = 5,200 > tt = 2,045 (P < α0.05); (2) there is a significant effect of unpaired training on the ability to pass the ball in football games, proven to = 3,200 > tt = 2,045 (P < α0.05); (3) there is a significant difference in the effect of pair and unpaired ball passing practice on the ability to pass the ball in football games, proven to = 3.238 > tt = 2.000 (P < α0.05).

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