When it hit the defenders leg.
Hockey. That's 'field' hockey as opposed to 'ice hockey'
short corner, scoop, slap
it is another name for a penalty corner. it occurs when a penalty happens inside the shooting D
Peter Short - field hockey - was born in 1976.
A short corner is when a penerty is given to the atacking team in side to circle.
There is a short corner is when one team committed a foul in the opponents circle.
The boundary corner is the corner lined up to the short side of the field. The short side of the field is the side of the field closer to the hashmarks where the ball is placed. The field corner plays the wider side of the field.
A penalty (short) corner is awarded for: * An accidental offence by a defender within the circle they are defending, which does not prevent the probable scoring of a goal; * A deliberate offence by a defender outside the circle they are defending but within the 23 metre area, against a player with possession of/opportunity to play the ball; * A deliberate offense by a defender within the circle they are defending, against a player who does not have possession of/opportunity to play the ball. * Deliberately playing the ball over the backline by a defender. A penalty (short) corner is reawarded when: * A player or players breaks the line early on a previous penalty (short) corner; * A penalty corner has not finished and a bully would otherwise have been awarded.
Hockey was historically not played on ice until around the invention of modern ice hockey. This was well after the creation of modern field hockey, which itself derived from earlier variations. In short: field hockey was first.