It depends if you are playing proper netball or nettaball (younger players netball). In netball it is offside.
The role of coach in a netball team is to create better players and teams. They are in charge of everything from establishing training and training times to keeping players up-to-date on any netball-related news or games in their area.
I think you mean offside. If you do, in netball each position has an area in which they are allowed to go in which is separated but the lines on the court. However if a position goes in an area of the court where they are not allowed, then a free pass will be awarded to the other team
When they are offside they are in an area which there position is not allowed. for example GS is not allowed in the centre third. and C is not allowed in the shorting circle...
what is the area of a netball court
the playing area for netball is a court :P
First of all, there is no such thing as a boring position in netball. All players have their boundaries which they must protect. For you though, I would say GD or GK. If you are confident at shooting GA would also suit you too. Height around the goal area is def an advantage.
Penalty pass is where a member of the team the offense was against has a free pass and the offender must stand by their side. If it is in the D then they have the option of shooting. But obviously the member taking the penalty pass must be allowed in the area the offense was committed.
local netball is basiclly netball played in your local area.
you cant move with the ball and you need 7 players in each tam you have to stick to the certen area that your meant to and that is all
A player is deemed offside if any part of their body makes contact with the ground in an area they are not allowed to enter.a player may lean on the ball in an offside area..
Glenwood netball club
Yes theycan stand in the box.
Netball is played on a Court. All positions played in netball have a strict rule as to where in the court you can play.
Each player has there importance in netball. GS-Goal shooter role is to shoot goals. GA- Goal Attack role to get the ball towards the shooting area and try to shoot goals. GK- Goal Keeper defends Goal Shooter and prevents them from shooting a goal GD- Goal Defence gets the ball away from the oposing team and prevents goals C- Center role is to pass the ball around to there shooting area WA- The role of Wing Attack is the work in the team's area and get the ball towards shooting area WD- Wing Defence role is to get the ball off the opposing team side Hope this helps. :P Netball is really fun.
you play indoor netball on wooden floorboards with the court painted on and you play outdoor netball on a bitumen area with a court painted on
It is the rectanglular shaped area close to the basket where the players line up around when shooting free throws.
When you go into an area that your position isn't designated (allowed) to be in for example GS (goal shooter) going into the center third when they are only designated to be in the end third.
In netball, being offside means being in the wrong area of the netball court. so if center went in any of the two semi circles, she'd be offside.
Goal Shooter (GS) Goal Keeper (GK) Goal Attack x 2 (GA) Goal Defense x 2 (GD) Centre (C) All players are on court at the same time. You wear a bib with the letter assigned to your position so it is easy to tell if you are offside. Centre can go anywhere except the shooting circle at either end. Only GS and GA can go in your own shooting area. But can not cross the 2/3 line. Only GK and GD can go in the other team's shooting circle but have to stop at 2/3s line gonig towards their own goal area.
The safe area boundary allows you to limit the amount of space your players are allowed to play in. In custom games, leaving these invisible barriers will cause your player to be killed.
Basketball, without a doubt. Next comes netball, then tennis, and finally badminton.
well before your questions answered it might help to state which area you are looking in