Two six-player teams start with five cones lined up by their benches. The goal of the drill is to win all 10 cones. One team serves and they play out the rally. Whichever team wins then receives a free ball. To steal a cone, a team must win both the served-ball and free-ball rallies. The same team keeps serving until they lose a cone. If a team wins the served-ball rally but loses the free-ball rally, it washes the cone-stealing opportunity.
To add lighthearted fun, Sagula has players run to the opposing bench and physically confiscate each earned cone. This helps both sides understand at a deeper level just how much is gained (or lost) during the inevitable, tug-of-war momentum shifts that occur in actual games.