C-Center: Allowed to run the whole court except for the goal circles. WA-Wing Attack: Middle:Center and your goals third except for the goal circle. WD-Wing Defense: No goal circle. Center half and both thirds. GD-Goal Defense: Oppenents goal circle, third and Center. Not your goal circle nor your third. GA-Goal Attack: Your goal circle, third and center. No oppenents goal circle. GS-Goal Shooter: Your goal circle and third. No oppenents goal circle, third and center. GK-Goal Keeper: Oppenents goal circle and third. No center, your third and goal circle.
I think you mean offside. If you do, in netball each position has an area in which they are allowed to go in which is separated but the lines on the court. However if a position goes in an area of the court where they are not allowed, then a free pass will be awarded to the other team
7 for each team.
center,the center is not allowed in the goal circles
there is no CA in netball. the positions are GK, GD, WD, C, WA, GA,GS. I am guessing you meant GA so this position you shoot for goals like the GA but can run 2/3 of the court ( youre position is mixed between a GS and a WA)
When you mean 'D', I am assuming that you mean the semi-circle in your teams goal. If you are the only positions in netball allowed in the semi-circle are Goal Shooter (GA), Goal Attack (GA), Goal Keeper (GK), and Goal Defence (GD). Keep in mind that the GS and GA are only allowed in their goal semi-circle and the GK and GD are only allowed in the opposition goal semi-circle. Hope this helped :) Vicky
In netball, the centre is allowed all over the court exceot in either goal circle.
the position of royals
There are 7 positions on court, but you can have a minimum of 5 players on court, one of which must play Centre.
there is the sentre circle, cenre third, 2xgoal thirds and 2x semicircles and off courts but i dont think that counts
Share the netball court into three parts and mark it. In the middle of the netball court put a circle. Make a frame around the court. Then put a D ( semi circle ) in the ends of the court near the hoops. And you're done. Hope that helps