The Goal Attack (GA) or Goal Shooter (GS) are the only two positions that are allowed to try and shoot for a goal. To make a goal in Netball, you must be within the semi-circle of your teams goal. Remember if you throw the ball, and it does not make it in the hoop, you are only allowed to catch it if it hits the rim of the hoop always it would be called a replay ball.
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a goal is scored when they trough the ball into te hoop
it alternates between each team after the goal has been scored.
there are 3 thirds on a netball court, with each end cort containing a semi circle know was the goal 'D'. this is the only section of the court that a goal can be scored from.
the netball goal is 60cm wide
In netball, the goal shooter and the goal attack can shoot.
a centre pass is when a pass has been taken from the centre at the begging of the game or when a goal has been scored
A netball goal post is 3 metres.
When either the GA (goal attack) or GS (goal shooter) throw the netball up into the hoop in the goal circle. The goal circles are at each end of a netball court. The only players allowed in a circle is the GA, GS, GD (goal defence from opposing team) and GK (goal keeper also from the opposing team.
1 goal in netball is worth 1 point
in netball the goal keeper is only allowed in the third quad of the netball set-out. it belongs where the goal shooter is allowed to go.
to get a goal in the hoop
Each goal which is scored by a Goal Attack or Goal Shooter is worth 1 point, so you just add it up one by one, each time a team scores a goal