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Transcript of hockey

Hockey is a team sport, you play it in the weekends.
A hockey team can be fielded with a maximum of 11 players.
The intention is to score. By playing with each other, a solo action or by passing trick(s) with your opponent.

The midfield line has the most versatile players of all the positions. The formation generally consists of three midfielders: The center, right, and left. The center midfielder is the “distributer” of the game. She is involved in almost every play, facilitating passes from one side of the field to the other. Right and left midfielders are more like “wings.” They generally position themselves closer to the sidelines to spread the field, create passing options, and work the ball up the sideline from defense to offense.

Every professional athlete knows the best offense is a strong defense. The defensive line is arguably one of the most important positions on the field.
Generally, three defenders play on the defensive line: The right, left, and center. The defense’s main jobs are to support one another, guard the goal, and clear the ball out of the defensive zone.

A goalie uses her body, hands, feet, and stick to stop the ball. This position is also very mental because a goalie is the last line of defense. The abilities of the goalie, or lack thereof, can either lead to the success or failure of the team.

Ellen Hoog

Jeroen Hertzberger

Forwards are the offensive line in field hockey.Their job is to score goals.There are generally three forwards: The right, left and center. The center forward is referred as the
because her job is to take quick shots on goal. The right and left forwards create plays and move the ball from their respective zones to the center
Margot van Geffen

Eva de Goede
Maartje P
Sander Baart
Joyce Sombroek
Jaap Stockmann
A hockey player needs the following equipment to play.
Hockey stick
In field hockey, each player carries a stick and cannot take part in the game without it. The stick is usually between 80-95 cm long made of wood but now almost all the more expensive sticks are composite (fibreglass, carbon fibre).
Mouth guard
For protection your teeth you need a
mouth guard. It is not mandatory but it is recommended.
The dentist made me a mouth guard, so it fits perfectly.
You also have a special mouth guard if you wear braces.
Shin guards
To protect your shins for hockey sticks and balls.
Face Mask
For the penalty corner you need a mask to protect your face.
The penalty corners are very dangerous, because the ball goes hard and fast forwarding the goal.

Field of play
In the winter times you can play indoor hockey.
You need a glove to protect your hand. The sideboards make indoor field hockey a quick, technical and physical game.
Robbert Kemperman
A fully equipped goalkeeper must wear a helmet, leg guards and kickers.
leg guards
goalie pants
elbow pads

chapter 1 - Positions
chapter 2 - Materials
chapter 3 - Fields
chapter 4 - Rules
chapter 5 - Techniques
chapter 6 - Interview

It is very important to wear shoes that fits you well.
Here you can see the club tenue of our club M.H.C.K. (Mixed Hockey Club Krimpen)
Field hockey ball
Standard field hockey balls are hard balls, made of plastic and are usually white.
of course there are many other rules !
When the ball hits your feet.
Penalty corner
De Basistechnieken - Aflevering 9: De Dubbelhandige Tackle met de Forehand
Hoe? Zo! Aflevering 8: de lage backhandslag
A corner is awarded if the ball goes over the back line after last being touched by a defender. Corners are played by the attacking team and involve a free hit on the sideline 5 m from the corner of the field closest to where the ball went out of play. These restarts are also known as long corners

1. for intentionally playing the ball over the back-line by a defender
2. when the ball becomes lodged in a player's clothing or equipment while in the circle they are defending
3. When one of your teammates makes shoot in the circle
If someone deflect a ball. You must take 5 meters distance
I'm gonna show you some different techniques
Indian dribble
The slap shot is a faster shot to execute than the hit because it requires a shorter backswing.
You have the upright slap and flat slap this is the flat slap, the ball is far from your body. Bend your knees and slide you stick.

Striking the ball using a swinging movement of the stick towards the ball.
It is important to keep your hands together in the V shape and with your stick display.
Moving the ball along the ground using a pushing movement of the stick after the stick has been placed close to the ball. When a push is made, both the ball and the head of the stick are in contact with the ground.
This is a very useful technique
1. When did you start playing hockey?
When I was a little girl, at the age of 3 years
2. What was your first club?
HDM in Den Hague
3. When did you start playing in the national hockey
team of the Netherlands?
At 20 June 2003, in the duel South-Africa-
4. How many times did you win the olympics?
2 times
5. Who was your first hockey coach?
Miss Angela Veeger
6. What do you usually do before a match?
I watch the movie the notebook during the finals
and semi finals since 2005 with my teammate
Ellen Hoog
7. Do you have any other interest besides playing
Shopping and dancing
8. Do you have a boyfriend?
Yes, Sven Kramer
9. What is your place of birth?
Den Hague
10. What is your position in the field?

this was my presentation
thanks for your interest
Naomi van As
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