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The rule is that you have to be able to fit a Defending player between you and the receiver of the pass. That is about 0.9metres or 3 feet

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You have to stay 3 feet away from your opponent ( 1 metre ) in a game of Netball.

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You must stand within 0.9 meters away from someone in netball

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3 feet away( 1 metre)

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up to 1/3 of the court.

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3 feet / 0.9 meters

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5 meters

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3 seconds

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