Netball is a shooting game, but the question is why is netball is called netball, because in netball your throwing the ball in the net so that's called net and the ball that your playing with is called ball so that is ball Net ball
Netball DOES use a net attached to the goldpost rim. In some Caribbean countries the game is played without it due to vandalism and low funding for sport. The lack of a net does not hinder the game in any way.
netball first came around when women felt that it was unfair that they could not play basketball so they adapted the game and made it just for women.
I have no idea why netball is called netball, when there is clearly no net involved, and the same with basketball. Maybe the human race aren't as intelligent as they think they are.
netball was invented in 1895
it is a competition where different netball tems come and compete for the cup it is a competition where different netball tems come and compete for the cup it is a competition where different netball tems come and compete for the cup
netball came to Trinidad and tobago in the 1890s
The Fever Netball team comes from WA (Western Australia)
Unfortunatley netball isn't in the olympics. x
Not sure of the name but she played netball first at the Mangere Town Centre netball courts which is now the Mangere Otahuhu Netball Centre
Netball was invented when James Naismith was asked to create a basketball game for women.
Its called netball because the aim of the game is to put the ball in the nat, or though, it was originally called womens basketball. - the game evolved from men's basketball in around 1891. by dividing the court into thirds and using a net on a pole instead of a basket the game became known as netball.
No, the noun netball is a common noun, a word for any netball or any netball game.A common noun becomes a proper noun when it is the name of a person, place, thing or a title. For example:Detroit Metro Netball ClubThe Florida Netball Classic tournamentUSA Netball Association