yes you can
A rebound in netball is when a player is shooting and it bounces off the ring or the post.
Yes, as long as the ball hits some part of the goal, its not traveling.
the lid will shoot off.
Bouncing the netball off the ground into your hands for your own possession.
You can hit a shot off of the backboard and into the hoop, but you can't hit a shot off of air into the hoop. You can easily shoot more accurately with the backboard.
The shooter can do this as long as she doesn't complete a whole step, ie the leg must be kept off of the ground before the ball is released otherwise a foot fault error will be incurred.
I am not too sure how far upp off the ground the netball hoop is but i think it is about 3.02 metres
GK stands for goal keeper. For goal keeper you can get the ball off the other team and shoot goals so your allowed in the semi circle but your not allowed in the other teams semi circle.
The term "rebound" is not a billiards term. However, a ball "bouncing" off a rail might be termed rebound to someone that is not a billiards player. The action off a rail is complex and the simple term used is "bank". The bank shot changes the balls direction, momentum, and rotational momentum so cannot be considered a simple rebound.