3 feet / 0.9 meters
you can't move with the ball in your hand and i think you have to stay one meter away from them
Basically, all you have to do, is stand on the side of them (far enough away that they will think you wont be able to intercept), but just as the ball comes, jump sideways and forwards and catch the ball!
because right away you can tell the slope and y-intercept
while playing netball and your defending another person, you have to stand three feet away in other terms a metre away.
You must stand within 0.9 meters away from someone in netball
to get away from your opponent/the person marking you
One of the rules in netball is the obstruction rule. This is where a player is less than a meter away from a player on the other team. However this only applies if the opposing player has the ball. If the umpire calls obstruction then a free pass is taken and the perpetrator has to stand by the player's (the player who is taking the pass) side until they throw the ball. xx
You have to stay 3 feet away from your opponent ( 1 metre ) in a game of netball. . :] Cheers hun.x
obstruction is when you are not 4 feet away from the person
no, or you will give away a free shot