Basically Wing Attack marks the other teams Wing Defence and Vice verse for the Wing Defence. If you're wondering where they are allowed on the Netball court, imagine you are the wing attack. You are allowed in the centre third (same applies for wing defence) and you're attacking third (the way you are shooting). If you are playing wing defence you are not allowed in the attacking third, so you are defending the other teams goal. (The wings aren't allowed in the semicircles either).
C, wa, wd
WD is short for Wing Defence and WA is short for Wing Attack, which are both positions on court.
There is 7 ,GA GS WA GD GK WD and C
There are 7 players on a netball team; C, WA, GA, GS, WD, GD, GK Hope that helps:)
WA defends the WD on the other team and works at getting the ball to their goal circle.
Their are 7 GA,GD,GK,GS,C,WA and WD :) xx
Seven - GS, GA, WA, C, WD, GD, GK.
there are 7 players GS GA WA C WD GD GK
It is when both WA/GS/GD/WD are not free from their opponent that is when Centre positionruns in for the ball.
generally in normal netball there are 7 on a team, not including any reserves. They are GS, GK, WA, WD, GA, GD and C. There are 14 people playing at once - 7 per team. If you play primary school 'Hi-5' netball then there is only 5 per team, not including reserves - they are the same positions as normal netball but without WA and WD
there are seven players on each team (gk, gd, wd, c, wa, ga, gs)
You can do as many passes down the court but there is a very important link called the basic link which goes gk to wd, wd to gd, gd to c,c to wa,wa to ga and maybe ga to gs