how do you score a goal when the goal keeper is out of the box?
shoot the ball at the defender but the ball has to continue going to the goal...it is an own goal by a defender
netball, there is no position called a "goalkeeper." Netball is typically played with seven players on each team, and the defensive positions include goal defense (GD) and goalkeeper (GK). The goalkeeper (GK) is responsible for defending the opposing team's goal and preventing them from scoring. Goal defense (GD) also plays a defensive role but has more freedom to move around the court. These positions are crucial in the game of netball to stop the opposing team from scoring goals.
That's the 16 yard semi-circle around the goal. The ball must be inside this circle when shooting at the net in order to score a goal.
A goalkeeper is fouled when - A) He intentionally fouls another player inside or outside the goalbox B) He handles the ball after a deliberate back pass from his team mate or throw in C) He handles the ball outside the penalty box D) He moves off the goal line before a penalty is taken.
there are 7 different netball positions these are: GS (goal shoot) - this person is only allowed in the goal third and in the 'D' their main aim of the game is to score as many goals as possible. GA (goal attack) - this person is allowed in the goal third and in the centre third, their aim is to get the ball to the GS and get in the 'D' themselves, they also can score as many goals as they wish to and are there to support the GS. WA (wing attack)- this person is allowed in the centre third and in the goal third but not in the 'D' there job is to get the ball to the GS and GA in the 'D' so that they can score as many goals as possible. C (centre) - this person is allowed in the centre third, the goal third but not the 'D' and the opposing goal third but not the 'D'. there job is to get the ball up the court to their goal third. WD (wing defense) - this person is allowed in the centre third and in the opposing goal third but not in the 'D', their job is to defend the post and get the ball back up to their own goal third. GD (goal defense) - this person is allowed in the centre third and the opposing goal third including the 'D' and their job is to stop the opposing team from scoring and if possible to even keep the GA out of the 'D'. GK (goal keeper) - this person is only allowed in the opposing goal third and are there to try and stop the GS from scoring. GK marks GS GD marks GA WD marks WA C marks C and vice versa.
P W D L F A Pts GDP = matches PlayedW = WonD = DrewL = LossF = goals For goal scoredA = goals Against goal concededPts = Points Pts = (Wx3)+(Dx2)GD = Goal Different GD = F-A
the goal attack is part of the attack and can go in the centre third, shooting third and the "D". goal attack is needed to quickly get the ball in the D, also can shoot for ball and then needed to defend the pass when the other team gets the ball
There are not players officially designated to protect the goal keeper, but as in other sports (e.g. ice hockey) there is an unwritten rule that teammates (especially fullbacks) protect the goalkeeper. This is due to the fact that the goalkeeper is put in the most vulnerable situations (spending a lot of time on the ground, in close proximity to the ball, and legs intent on kicking the ball). Players do not have special privileges within the rules to protect the goalkeeper, but expect them to do so.
D-Box Technologies was created in 1992.
Ferdinand's goal was to sail around the globe. =D
The answer will depend on what the score is out of.