while playing netball and your defending another person, you have to stand three feet away in other terms a metre away.
obstruction is when you are not 4 feet away from the person
The centre circle of a netball court is 3 feet. If you stand with your feet on one side and another player on the other side directly opposite you, it will give you a good indication the distance you have to stand
When the opponent can no longer get up to his feet or stand up without support.
3 feet / 0.9 meters
3 feet away( 1 metre)
It is approx. 10 feet high (3.05metres
an infringement in netball is 3 feet witch is exactly .9 of a metre.
You can raise your hand up in front of the person who has prossesion of it but you have to stand at least 0.9 meters(3 feet) away from the person. You cannot grab the ball out of their hands like basketball. If you do, then you must stay out of play(stand next to the person who has prossesion of the ball with your hands by you side, in defenceles mode) until it is no longer in their possesion. Another way to defend is to always be on the opponent, making sure the ball doesn't get into the hands of the opponent. You can also grab the ball, if you are Goal Defence or Goal Keeper, when the ball doesn't get into the ring when they attempt to shoot it.