There are a lot of left-handed players in the world including internationals who play with regulation hockey sticks. With a little practice and getting used to the skills you will find that a lot of the skill involved in Field Hockey uses the left hand more than the right in hockey. For example, the Indian dribble uses the left hand to turn the sticks face from left to right when dribbling. When controling the ball you will find that much of the work is done by the left hand at the top of the stick, and the right hand is really just for support and stabilising the stick.
totally legal...i have onee(: its soo greatt! you will lovee itt;power and control
The biggest legal bow on a hockey stick you can get! The new hockey rules state that, since 2006, the biggest bow on a hockey stick that is legal is 25mm!!
No. The only specifications required for a legal hockey ball are the weight and size (and sometimes colour).
It is legal to lift the ball in a shot at goal. The ball can be lifted on other parts of the field provided it is not dangerous play (this is at the discretion of the umpire).
There is no such thing as a lefty stick. In fact lucky for you if you're a lefty playing field hockey because your power hand gets all the power
yes it is not legal, you have to wear hockey/lacrosse official gloves
Firstly, field hockey uses a ball not a puck. Secondly, no, use of the back of the stick is against the rules; however use of the edge in some situations is perfectly legal and even acknowledged as good play.
It is legal if you have a proper reason to kill them...not just for fun
probably be fine, but a lot of defenders these days tend to get sticks with a low and big bow, for aerials, as they can suddenly start a suprise attack and also get you out of danger. i recommend the grays gx7000 jumbow as it has the maximum legal bow, and is dead easy to aerial/drag flick with