Two players from a netball team can score a goal in netball.
The Goal Shooter of the team (GS) is only allowed in her goal third and it is her main job to score goals.
The second shooter is the Goal Attack (GA) who is allowed in both her scoring third and centre third of the court. This is the helping shooter, who mainly does the work of feeding the ball to the shooter.
However remember, each shooter has a defender marking them so this makes the game all a bit harder. The GS being marked by a Goal Keeper (GK) and the GA being marked by a Goal Defence (GD)
I hope this helps
A netball team consists of about 10 players, 7 on the court and 3 reserves. Each team as 7 players on the court so there are 14 players all up on the court.
Only two players for each team can score goals. The goal shooter (GS) and the goal attack (GA) positions are allowed into the goal circle to score.
One Goal Keeper, goal defence, wing defence wing attack, goal attack and goal shooter...
so that's 7!
There are two: Goal Shooter and Goal Attack.
There are 7 netball players on court at a time but there is also the coach, subs, manger and other helpers
In netball one team has 7 players so in a full game of netball there are always 14 people on court and usually 2 subs for each team.
In netball there are seven players on each side and there are normally 2-3 subs hope this helps
7 players in a netball team