Like the name suggests, the main priority of this position is obviously to score the vast bulk of the team’s goals across a game. Only allowed in the final third of the court, a keen eye for an opening and a calm hand to finish a chance is so important to a scorer’s objectives in a game. One added responsibility for the goal shooter is the taking of ‘backlines’ which revolves around circulating the ball back into play should it go out off the opposition.
Goal Shooter (7/7)
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