To see whether if there s a foul committed
THey have to be aware of fouls and contact between players.
ashleigh is awesome
the officials are the captain- the coach- the timekeeper and the umpire
Usually the umpires of a match.
no, sometimes tv's are used to watch
the officials are the help, so no. They obviously get training and stuff before they become a proper official, but no, they pretty much are the help.
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Official Roles Consist of Upper Court Umpire Lower Court Umpire Score Keeper Time Keeper (occasionally but not necessary) The perspective coaches Possibly a third or back-up assisting umpire
A whistle. Score board. And maybe some knowledge of netball. Whether it is a throw in E.T.C E.T.C
Team Officials are the Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Captain and up to two Primary Care Personnel who are qualified to diagnose and treat injury or illness (for example Doctor and/or Physiotherapist).
you play netball on a netball court :)
you have to go to trials, at trials you spend a whole day competing with different people who you might not even know, there you will play netball and be assessed. at the beginning you will be given a number so officials know who to watch. if you get picked you are told at the end of the day. hope this helped!
You can go onto netball websites like netball Australia and district netball, too.