The Goal Defence (GD) in netball is on the Goal Attack (GA). The GD position is to defend the ball and try to get as many turnovers as possible and defend the GA when she has a shot a goal.
GD can go in the centre third and the defending third and in the opponents semi circle
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Goal Direct is a man who direct the team
on a court there are 7 players on each team- center (C), wing attack (WA), wing defence (WD), goal attack (GA), goal defence (GD), goal shooter (GS) and goal keeper (GK)7 on the court per team. So that's 14 people on the court at a time.
any player can receive the centre pass except the goal shooter and goal keeper, this is because the centre pass must be throw only to a player in the middle third.
There are 7 players on a netball team; C, WA, GA, GS, WD, GD, GK Hope that helps:)
it is when you go past the line you cant to past, for example if you go in to the shooting 'D' and your not a GS, GS, GK or GD. Hope it helps?
GD stands for Goal Defence The goal defence stands in the goal circle and defends the goals to prevet the other team getting goals.
gd means goodplease
Rebecca Bulley plays the position of GD, GK