counterattacker

counterattacker

(ˌkaʊntərəˈtækə)
n
a person who counter-attacks
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He clearly remains a first-choice back-three player whether it's at wing or full-back, but Williams didn't underline his reputation as a devastating counterattacker in his one and a bit appearances.
Halfpenny and Liam Williams are significantly-different players, with Williams a swaggering counterattacker while Halfpenny's strong point at full-back is his rock-solid dependability.
Joice scored on the counterattacker from a Hall cross with a tidy side-foot finish and Potts completed her hat-trick with a header from a corner.
Compulsive counterattacker Thisara Perera managed to register only two runs, mishooked just short of long-leg off Tremlett, before he edged a wild swish at the same bowler and was wellcaught behind by Matt Prior.
And the other big encouragement for Wales is that Scotland kick a lot of ball, and Lee Byrne returning at full-back is supremely confident under the high ball and a dangerous counterattacker.
Chris is also a scintillating counterattacker and is one of the best counterattackers in world rugby.
He is a tall and rangy runner and lethal counterattacker.
The home kicking game will also have to be pinpoint because the fleet-footed McKenzie is a devastating counterattacker.
Scarlets star Liam Williams might add something as a willing counterattacker from the back while outside-half Dan Biggar continues to grow in stature, as shown by him being voted players' player of the season in the RaboDirect Pro12.
The gifted counterattacker has high hopes of youngsters Alan Caffery and Jack Williamson, while another former double champion, the vastly experienced Michael Browne, is also in the squad.
James Lowe (Leinster) A superb offloader and counterattacker with a strong left boot, winger Lowe looks a stellar signing for Leinster - having impressed for the Chiefs and Maori All Blacks.