Each player is assigned a position with certain Responsibilities, but the positions are numbered, not named.
The basic duties of the players are as follows:
Number One is usually the novice or weakest player on the team, though the position is one of the most difficult to play. Number One needs anticipation, determination, and self-control, being theoretically responsible for scoring goals and neutralizing the opposing Number Four (defensive player).
Number Two is the “hustler” or“scrambler,” always scrapping for the ball. He needs Extremely maneuverable, fast ponies, a keen eye, and an optimistic, aggressive nature.
Number Three, who Plays quarterback, is a kind of pivot man. He must be a long, powerful hitter and is the tactical leader. He must feed balls up to Number One and Number Two, but he must also help maintain a solid defense. Number Three is usually the best player on the team.
Number Four is primarily a defensive player, who, though he may move anywhere on the field, mainly functions to prevent scoring.