The wing attack in netball is allowed in the centre third and the shooting third of their team only, they are not allowed in the goal circle
The wing attack is only allowed in the centre third and in the goal third where they start. BUT NOT in the shooting semi-circle
10.5 meters in length.
Goal Defence and the opposing Goal Attack
Since I play netball i can answer this It is about 4 or 5 metres long
GA or goal attack is allowed in the centre third, the goal third that there team is shooting on and the goal circle on that third of the court.
10m long 4m wide
The GA can go in the middle third and their teams shooting third. They are allowed in the shooting circle to shoot and can run out for the centre pass. They play against the oppositions GD (goal deffense) and it is one of the most important positions in netball.
In most games you can only shoot from inside the shooting circle,however some people play that you can shoot from outside the shooting circle and if you do you get 2 points. In the netball world cup 2011 the played this rule.
its the guy who is allowed in the goal circle, the attacking square and allowed to score