The goal keeper in netball protects the net and stops the opposition from getting the ball into the net.
Netball is a shooting game, but the question is why is netball is called netball, because in netball your throwing the ball in the net so that's called net and the ball that your playing with is called ball so that is ball Net ball
The answer is yes, netball does have a goal keeper, the goal keeper is up the other end to the end that you are shooting and they have to protect the net and not let the opposition get the ball into the net.
you can score a goal in netball when either goal attack or goal defence shoots the netball into the hoop.
For people to score a goal this is just like saying " why do they have a goal in soccor?" -.-
If there was no ball it would not be called netball it would be called net
A netball net is the material hanging from the ring on some (mainly indoor) courts. It is similar to the net on a basketball hoop and is where the ball goes through when one of the shooters shoots a goal.
the netball goal is 60cm wide
netball is a sport with a ball and a net and throwing the ball in the net
In netball, the goal shooter and the goal attack can shoot.
A netball goal post is 3 metres.
Netball DOES use a net attached to the goldpost rim. In some Caribbean countries the game is played without it due to vandalism and low funding for sport. The lack of a net does not hinder the game in any way.