The 7 positions on the Netball court are:
GS: Goal Shooter - the main shooter only allowed in their shooting end the end third and the ring. plays against opposing teams GK. (aim is to shoot)
GA: Goal Attack - another shooter allowed in the centre third and the end third where their ring is, allowed in the ring, most important position plays against opposing teams GD (aim is to help GS and shoot)
WA: Wing attack - allowed in the centre third and their attacking end third not allowed in ring plays against opposing teams WD (aim is to help GS and GA (pass the ball to them) )
C: Centre - allowed everywhere but the rings plays against opposing teams C (aim is to pass between defense and attack)
WD: Wing Defense - allowed in the centre third and their defending end third not allowed in ring plays (against opposing teams WA)
GD: Goal Defense - allowed in centre third and their defending end third allowed in the ring plays (against opposing teams GA)
GK: Goal Keeper - allowed in only their defending end third and in the ring plays (against opposing teams GS)
You may swap positions in a netball game during quarter time
There are seven positions in netball - Goal Shooter (GS), Goal Attack(GA), Wing Attack (WA), Centre (C), Wing Defence (WD), Goal Defence (GD) and Goal Keeper (GK)
The positions are wing attack,wing defence, center,goal attack,goal defence,goal keeper and goal shooter.
there are seven players on each team (gk, gd, wd, c, wa, ga, gs)
Netball is played on a Court. All positions played in netball have a strict rule as to where in the court you can play.
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.
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.
gooogle netball court with positions, but here youu go
7 for each team.
goal attack and goal shoot
Goal Attack and Goal Shooter.
that depend on your positions but generally alot
There are seven positions on a netball team.Goal AttackGoal ShooterGoal KeeperGoal DefenceCenterWing AttackWing Defence
Goal attack and goal shooter
The main position in netball is 'C' (CENTER) Which menas you can go anywhere on the court except the semi-circles Help?
in netball there is a goal shooter, goal keeper, goal attack, goal defence, wing attack, wing defence and centre
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.
Primary schools often play hi 5 netball which is the same as 7 netball but only 5 are on court. They do this so children learn where each position can go. In 7 netball you only have 1 place but in 5 netball you switch positions every quarter. 7 netball is usually played for an hour although hi 5 netball is only 20 minutes.
The positions in netball are GS (goal shooter), GA (goal attack), WA (wing attack), C (center), WD ( wing defence) , GD (goal defence), and lastly GK (goal keeper! If you don't play netball I think you should because it is a fun sport and I love it and you have lots of fun!!!!!
Goal Attack(GA) and Goal Shooter(GS)
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.
Seven people in a normal netball team however if your playing high fives netball its 5 players! Hope this helps!
I am not exactly sure but there are more than seven players including the emergency.