The sweeper is a deep defensive position; basically, they are the last line of defence besides the goalkeeper. They normally never leave their own 23-metre area, and are there to clear the ball away from the goal or goalkeeper at any time. They are often the strongest defender on the team, and sweeper is almost a specialist role.
Probably Jamie Dwyer.
the sweeper stays back in defence and moves from either side of the field to where ever the ball goes and tries to stop the opposing team from getting to the goal and scoring.
The zamboni, or the zamboni driver.
In field hockey, there are 11 players on each team. Usuallly that includes, 3 defenders, a sweeper, two wings, three midfielders, one centre forward and a goal keeper
A sweeper plays in and behind the defence back line.
Someone who sweeps your mom up in his hands and bones your mom
Turf hockey is field hockey.
It means nothing in field hockey.
To my knowledge, there is no such thing as a slide in field hockey.