Netball has umpires, not referees. (See for example Australia's Umpire Accreditation: http://www.netball.asn.au/extra.asp?id=3037&OrgID=1)
Yes instead of a referee as in football it is called an umpire and a timekeeper plus scorer.
*umpire In netball, the umpire controls the game by picking up breaches of the rules of the game. These include stepping, obstruction, contact, replay and intimidation. (I think that's all of them)
referee-is the referee umpire- the umpire crew chief- crew chief
umpire is a referee in cricket
in basketball the umpire is the assistant referee :)
The umpire assists the referee.
An umpire could be called a referee.
An umpire is someone who is like a referee but and ump is in baseball
You call a baseball referee an Umpire
An Umpire :)
You can be an umpire really easily. You can help out at your local school, university or club. Or you can go on courses that England Netball run.
The officials in netball are the umpire, time keeper, captain and coaches
Referee or judge
No it is an Umpire
They are the referee and the umpire. A referee (or assistant referee) decides the application of the game rules, while an umpire (or assistant umpire) rules on the play or scoring in a game, including decisions on points scored.
Another word for a sports referee is an umpire.
The name of a baseball referee is called an Umpire.
It depends on the sport. The only sport I can think of immediately that uses both a referee and an umpire is American football, where the referee is the highest ranking official.