The playing positions in Netball are:
Goal Keeper (GK)
Goal Defence (GD)
Wing Defence (WD)
Wing Attack (WA)
Goal Attack (GA)
Goal Shooter (GS)
In total there are 7 positions.
GK - Goal Keeper
GD - Goal Defence
WD - Wing Defence
C - Centre
WA - Wing Attack
GA - Goal Attack
GS - Goal Shooter
I would give tips on positions but I play WD/WA so i couldn't comment on all positions x :)
The 7 positions are: Goal Shooter (GS) Goal Attack (GA) Wing Attack (WA) Centre (C) Wing Defence (WD) Goal Defence (GD) Goal Keeper (GK)
There is GOAL SHOOTER, GOAL ATTACK, WING ATTACK, WING DEFENCE, CENTRE, GAOL DEFENCE,GAOL KEEPER
You may swap positions in a netball game during quarter time
you could search the internet for the rules and let them watch netball games on you tube. And if they are in year 6 or bellow you can let them play in school netball.
7 for each team.
There are seven positions on a netball team.Goal AttackGoal ShooterGoal KeeperGoal DefenceCenterWing AttackWing Defence
Goal Attack and Goal Shooter.
Goal attack and goal shooter
The difference between basketball and netball is that in basketball you can take more than 2 steps and dribble up the court, but in netball the most amount of steps you can take is 2 and you are put in certain positions. Another difference is that netball is played in thirds and basketball in halves.
Netball was invented in 1892 but was called Women's Basketball not Netball.
If there was no ball it would not be called netball it would be called net
The positions in netball are WA (wing attack),WD(wing defense),GA(goal attack),GD(goal defense),C(center),GS(goal shooter),GK(goal keeper) That's all.
It depends if you are playing proper netball or nettaball (younger players netball). In netball it is offside.