Netball is a team sport similar to and derived from basketball, and was originally known as "women's basketball". While basically unknown in its homeland, it is the pre-eminent women's team sport (both as a spectator and participant sport) in Australia and New Zealand and is popular in Jamaica, South Africa, Sri Lanka, the United Kingdom, and various other Commonwealth countries. Position Name Goal Shooter Goal Attack Wing Attack Centre Wing Defence Goal Defence Goal Keeper
The goal attack is marked by the goal defence. Goal Shooter-Goal Keeper Goal Attack-Goal Defence Wing Attack-Wing Defence Centre-Centre
Goal Attack, Goal Keep, Wing Attack, Wing Defence, Goal Shoot, Goal Defence, Centre.
The Goal Attack is allowed into the goal circle on the attack side and up to the centre third line on the defence side.
The positions in netball are GS (goal shooter), GA (goal attack), WA (wing attack), C (center), WD ( wing defence) , GD (goal defence), and lastly GK (goal keeper! If you don't play netball I think you should because it is a fun sport and I love it and you have lots of fun!!!!!
Attack postions: Wing Attack Goal Attack Goal Shooter Defence Postions: Wing Defence Goal Defence Goal Keeper Other: Centre - Is attack and defence really :P
the wing attack and goal attack can. not the goal shooter...
There is a center, wing attack, wing defence, goal attack, goal defence, goal keeper, goal shooter
No, only Goal Shooter and Goal Attack can shoot.
The Goal attack is a shooter with the goal shooter. The goal attack has to try to run out and receive the centre pass and try to get it in the shooting circle to score a goal and they have to do all this while trying to stay away from the goal defence.
in netball there is a goal shooter, goal keeper, goal attack, goal defence, wing attack, wing defence and centre
goal keeper in the goal third goal defense in goal third and center third Goal attack goal third and centre third