A collective noun for netballers is fields.
Asics is a common footwear brand that most netballers wear. However there are a wide variety of shoes that are specifically designed for netball.
Netballer don't diet.
Because it represents the country town or school you play for.
England Netballers do not receive any pay.
The main problem is injury. Lots of netballers get injuries - especially in the knees.
Netball is a non-contact sport similar to basketball. It is usually known as a women's sport.
they need to be flexible so that they jump, intercept/tip the ball and also reach back to win the ball.
Flexibility is essential in Netball. This is because Netballers need to be able to stretch far, for interceptions and receiving passes. Also, Netballers need flexibility to change direction (dodging) and pivoting (moving the body and legs). Flexibility is also essential when preventing injury, e.g. preventing cramp and pulled muscles when moving around the court.
The team itself is of 10 people, with hundreds having played for them in the past. there are far more than just 3 Silver Ferns.
Most netballers wear dresses but some wear a skirts and tops. The reason for the short dresses is because they're mad out of light material so not only will it keep them cool and refreshed but because they are short they can't get caught on anything and they don't catch the wind. Therefor they can run faster and not have to struggle.
Netballers without balance are like fish without fins. Fish are boring enough to watch, imagine them fin-less and hobbling around on the bottom of the fish tank. Not a very interesting or productive way of living. Same goes for netballers, just laying there on the court, that assumes their lack of balance can actually get them to the court in the first place... of course if you mean why do netball player need balance equivalent or better than the average person, then thats a different discussion all together.
Apart from training and playing netball, netballers don't do anything different to what other people do. We are still normal people who go to school, study, play sport and enjoy going out with friends.
Famous Netball players are Vicky Wilson , Irene Van Dyk , Catherine Cox , Liz Ellis , Adiene Wilson.irene van dyk casey Williams Laura langman adine Wilson
Famous Australian Netballers: Liz Ellis Sharelle Mcmahon Catherine Cox Irene Van Dyk Natalie Von Bertouch
A netball team in training usually has a coach who picks up their weak spots in game. During training the coach gives advice to the team and use a technique that can help strenghten their weak spots. The most common use of training is to level up the teams fitness level.
The nutriends netballers need are: 1. Grains and bread. 2. Lots of Dairy. 3. Lean meat (red). 4. Lots of exercise. 5. Drink lots of water.
it depend on the sports star. some are snotty and keep the money, while others share. But usually it's because they don't get paid much. Some sport stars get paid lots, and others don't. Example; netballers, they only get $4000 per year!
That depends on the age and skill level of the netballer. A netballer who just plays on the weekend they train for 1 1/2 - 2 hours. 1 hour on a week night and 1/2 - 1 hour before the game. However a netballer who is a professional trains twice a day each time for a couple of hours but when they have a game they only train in the morning before the game.
The main rule is to run with the ball- As soon as it gets passed to you, hold it under your arm and run as fast as you can to the other side :) I also like to jump when I touch-down, it helps with the impact. Most netballers are left handed, so always pass with your left hand, because the other players will be confused if you don't. The last rule is always have fun!!
100k or really it depends on how good they are or how much they playwith endorsements the better players might get paid 100k or more. an article in the courier mail says that "Netball Australia is set to hand negotiations back to individual states once a minimum salary band of about $1500 is agreed." The Queensland Firebirds team "should receive between $1500 and $4500 each including training and travelling allowances and match payments."
I think the question should be more of, "what did NZ do to help Irene in Netball"? She came from a country very different from NZ and wanted a better life for her family. NZ Netball and her love for the game definitely helped her achieve what she wanted personally and as a career too. Her contributions to NZ Netball, and Netball as a whole has been great for the development of up and coming netballers and what the younger ones want to achieve. Remember that there are 7 players on the court and it takes a WHOLE team to achieve recognition and win or lose the game.
It all really depends. Most Junior and Minor Clubs around an area usually wear a Netball skirt, and just a T-Shirt representing their teams. However, State, National and International teams tend not to wear those outfits, and usually (and normally) wear 'Netball Dresses' - Google Image them up, if you still don't get what I'm saying. And for an example, look up on Youtube an International match and you'll be able to see that there are many different styles and colours for every team :) Hope this helped!!
When playing netball, you will be constantly marked by the oppostition; to get away from them and ready to receive the ball you need to dodge and change direction quickly. This is the reason agility is needed.