Infrigment in netball

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As a Netballer myself... while being known for my intercepts when it is the oppositions throw in. What i do is watch there hand movement. As well as their eyes because just before they throw the ball they tend to look at the person they are about to throw the ball to, and they often push the wrists back just before they throw the ball which lets me know the exact time they will pass.

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an infringement in Netball is 3 feet witch is exactly .9 of a metre.

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