**Summary**

The table below shows the results of each player in the 20 m Passing Accuracy Test. Each player made approximately 14 passes with their right foot and 14 passes with their left foot at the scoring target. The maximum number of points that can be scored in any single kick is 10 points. Thus, the closer each player’s score is to 10 the better their kicking accuracy. For each point below 10 pts, a player is missing the target by approximately 0.25m.

**The test**

See video here of test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amaCZ9E7pxA

**The results**

**How to interpret the table**

Player: Each individual player’s unique identification

Avge Pts. (10): The average points scored by each player for all kicks (both left and right foot kicks)

Avge Pts. (Left)(m): The average points scored by each player for all left footed passes

Avge Pts (Right)(m): The average points scored by each player for all right foot passes

Avge Miss Distance (m): The average distance a player misses the middle of the target by for all passes combined (both left and right foot kicks)

Avge Miss (Left): The average distance a player misses the middle of the target by for all passes combined (both left and right foot kicks)

Avge Miss (Right): The average distance a player misses the middle of the target by for all passes combined (both left and right foot kicks)

Asymmetry: The difference in average miss distance between the right and left foot passes. The closer to 0 then the smaller the difference is between the left and right feet. The larger the difference then the greater is the weakness of one of the feet. Negative score means the left foot is better, while positive scores show the right foot is better.

Rank: Each individual’s rank based on Avge. Pts (10).

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