Not always you mainly try to keep it right or wide
Click on the link to your right for the history of field hockey.
Any right side field hockey player are usually the people who should be able to dribble the ball with great speed for they play on the "strong stick side" of the field (when you usually dribble your stick is on the right side of you.)Wings also should be able to run A LOTbecause they have to be able to do offence and defence
Technically, any player apart from the goalie can go anywhere on the field. But a right half would be expected to do both defense and offense, so anywhere along the length of the field, and on the right side of the field, are the areas of operation for that position.
Looking at the player, the letter goes on the right.
Person 1 Field hockey is just as hard as any sport, it all depends on the amount of dedication you put into it. Person 2 I've played some field hockey and a lot of ice hockey, and I found field hockey much harder. For one thing, it is unfair to those of us who are left shots. Because of the types of sticks in field hockey, we all had to shoot right. Also, a ball on grass is much harder to handle than a puck on ice. I didn't enjoy playing field hockey at all.
Y dodge, left dodge, and right dodge.
It means nothing in field hockey. The nearest thing to 'SH' is RH, a shorthand for the position of right-half. I think it means short handed goal
he was a hockey player right out of high school
It is actually called the wing, and they are the outer positions on the forward line, the left wing and right wing are what they are called. In field hockey, they always stay to the side so you player can give you a breakaway. This is when everyone is clumped on one side of the field, they pass you the ball so no one on the other team is blocking you. When you are by the other teams goal cage, the wing stands at the post, or the side of the goal, so when someone passes them the ball, they can just easily hit it in.
MLB player Tommy Field throws right.
MLB player Tommy Field bats right.