A goal keeper is allowed to use their hands only within their own penalty area.
Oliver Wood is keeper and quidditch captain. When he graduates, Harry takes his place as quidditch captain.
Ron Weasley made the Gryffindor Quidditch Team as keeper in his fifth year. Ron's Quidditch number is #2.
A goal keeper may never use their hands outside of their own penalty area. A goal keeper may not use their hands, even in their penalty area, when a team-mate deliberately plays the ball to them with their feet. A goal keeper may not use their hands, even in their penalty area, when a team-mate directly throws the ball to them on a throw-in.
Yes, Ron makes the Gryffindor Quidditch Team as keeper in his fifth year.
Ron Weasley was a keeper.
Keeper, Seeker, Chaser, and Beater.
The seeker, the keeper, and the passers
He plays the position of 'Keeper'.
Not with their hands. A goal keeper may only use his hands inside of his own penalty area.
He becomes a keeper in the 5th book.
Yes, Ron plays as Keeper .
Oliver Wood was the Keeper for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. He helped Harry Potter to understand the basics on how to play Quidditch in Harry's 1st year at Hogwarts. Ron Weasley succeded to be Keeper after Wood left Hogwarts.
Yes, Ron Weasley successfully tried out for the Quidditch team in his fifth year. He became the new Keeper. In the following year, he was once again successful for the same position.
Ron plays Keeper in Quidditch, if that's what you mean
Ron plays keeper and Malfoy plays seeker.
Yes, but he cannot use his/her hands.
That is correct.
The goal keeper is a player and can receive a pass like any other player. There are limits on when the goal keeper may use their hands when passed with the feet or thrown in to them from a team-mate.