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Infrigment in netball?

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


What is the meaning of the word infringement in the term of Netball?

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What does the umpire award when a foul is committed in netball?

a free pass where the infringement occurred.


How many posistion in netball?

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What is held ball in netball?

'Held ball' is an infringement which occurs when a player with the ball holds it for three seconds or more.


Is there a timekeeper in netball?

no but there is a time keeper in high five netball which is played in primary schools!


What is Contact in netball?

Contact is an infringement that occurs when a player makes physical contact which interferes with the play of an opponent. However, not all contact is an infringement of the rules. Contact which is deemed not to have impeded the progress of a player will not be penalised.


When a player is penalised for offside in netball what is the penalty and where should it be taken?

The ball is given to the opposing team, the penalty is taken from the sense of the infringement


What is simultaneous contact in netball?

simultaneous contact is an infringement that occurs when a player makes physical contact with another which interfere with the play of an opponent.


What is the different between netball and basketball?

Netball is played in thirds, basketball in half's. Netball is non-contact, while basketball is contact. Netball nets are similar to basketball nets but have no backboard are taller and smaller in diameter. Netball has seven players, basketball has five. Netball players have bibs and specific positions, basketball does not.


What would the umpire award for an infringement of the footwork rule in netball?

A free pass would be given, to the other team. The player who commited the footwork, would not have to stand by her side.


What does penalty pass mean in netball?

A penalty pass is different from a free pass in netball because: A free pass is awarded to the opposing team because the infringement made by the other team only affected one player (stepping, replay, breaking) BUT A penalty pass is awarded to the opposing team because the infringement made by the other team affected two or more players (contact, obstruction)

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