**Summary**

**Passing Accuracy over 20 m:**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 could be scored in any single kick was 10 points. Thus, the closer each player’s score was to 10, the better their kicking accuracy. For each point below 10 pts, a player was missing the target by approximately 0.25m.

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

**Lofted Passing Accuracy over 35 m**: Each player made approximately 10-14 passes with their right foot and 10-14 passes with their left foot at the scoring target. The maximum number of points that could be scored in any single kick was 20 points.

See video here of test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpvBGyaw7BY

**Shooting Accuracy over 20 m**: Each player made approximately 14 shots with their right foot and 14 shots with their left foot at the scoring target (identical to 20m passing accuracy target).

**Wall Pass Performance**: Each player was given 45 s to complete as many wall-passes as possible, whilst alternating between left and right footed passes. The maximum number of points that could be scored with each pass was 6 points, and the time limited the number of wall passes that could be attempted during each trial. A player was allowed three attempts at this performance test and the average across the three was used to determine the overall wall pass performance.

See video here of test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piq7Yy9DtlM

**The results**

**How to interpret the table**

Player: Each player’s unique identification

20 m Passing Accuracy (Pts): The average points scored by each player for all kicks (both left and right foot kicks) -

**max 10 points**for each kick20 m Passing Asymmetry (Pts): The difference in average points between the different feet. The closer to 0 then the smaller the difference is between the left and right feet. A greater difference means the player is much more accurate with one foot than the other.

35 m Lofted Passing Accuracy (Pts): The average points scored by each player for all kicks (both left and right foot kicks) -

**max 20 points**for each kick35 m Lofted Passing Asymmetry (Pts): The difference in average points between the different feet. The closer to 0 then the smaller the difference is between the left and right feet. A greater difference means the player is much more accurate with one foot than the other.

20 m Shooting Accuracy (Pts): The average points scored by each player for all kicks (both left and right foot kicks) -

**max of 10 points**for each kick20 m Shooting Accuracy Asymmetry (Pts): The difference in average points between the different feet. The closer to 0 then the smaller the difference is between the left and right feet. A greater difference means the player is much more accurate with one foot than the other.

Wall-Pass (Pts): The average score achieved by an individual across all three trials.

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