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can we say this:
'Our team is playing a very good hockey' meaning they are playing quite well at this part of the season?
'Our team is putting on a very good performance.'
If wrong or unnatural, could you rephrase them to make them natural, please?
'Our team is playing (a) very good hockey' meaning they are playing quite well at this part of the season?
Delete the indefinite article, it isn't necessary or correct. The second sentence is fine.
You could say 'Our team is performing very well at the moment.'
'Putting on a very good performance.' is a good sentence, especially if talking about a game in progress.
what about total runs as in cricket? We say our team has put up a very good total or put on a very...?
We would usually say 'put up a very good total.'
Because 'hockey' is uncountable.