reverse stick

reverse stick

Turning the stick over in order to play the ball on the other side of the body.
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Germanys Tobias Matania soon tied things up with a cracking reverse stick strike before Thilo Stralkowski brilliantly created a goal for Christoph Menke to give Germany a 2-1 lead.
A fabulous reverse stick shot by Julie Hope produced her sixth goal of the season and gave Sunderland hope.
Sunderland struggled to cope with Oxton's attacking play, and a move which started deep in Oxton's half resulted in Cooke walloping a reverse stick shot past the keeper to make the score 3-1 at half-time.
But she was pushed out on her reverse stick and her shot went wide.
Chris Seddon's reverse stick shot had put Formby on level terms after Hanpal's early goal for Gymkhana, and by the interval Formby were 4-1 ahead.
In the play-off for a semi-final spot, a wonderful reverse stick shot from the edge of the D into the top corner by Samantha Judge was the only consolation for the Scots.
Their only consolation in the semi-final play-off match was Sam Judge's spectacular goal, a reverse stick shot from the edge of the D.
Star scorer James Wright had twice scored during open play, one from a reverse stick shot, and netted a further twice from a penalty flick and a short corner flick.
* Reverse Stick: turning the stick over to tackle a player on the right or to play a ball on the left.
Hawks continued with the phenomenal performance as a team, which following some brilliant passes from both Gemma Storer and Jane Burroughs saw Chloe Burroughs reverse stick tap in at the far post.
But with a late surge, Kelburne threw caution to the wind as Drew Berry equalised in superb fashion following a skilful run before pulling the ball on to her reverse stick and smashing home.
Within two minutes, the advantage had doubled when Phil Lane smashed home a reverse stick finish.