A netball coach is responsible for training the team.
well i think u have to be 12. my niece is 12 and she is looking in to be a netball coach. she says that u can be 12. well good luck in ur job as a netball coach xxx
you could give a netball uniform
the new zealand coach
yes when you are 50 you will need to quit netball or you can be a coach
Speak to your local netball association. Every place have their own rules about how you can become a netball coach. Sometimes it requires you to do a coaching clinic and other times you just put your hand up. It also would depend on the level of the team you are wanting to coach.
Coaches the team :-)
In netball, a coach has a number of responsibilities with the main ones being inspiring the team and coming up with strategies for winning. The coach also chooses the players to start and those to substitute in games.
The coach chooses who plays and who comes off at half time.
The role of coach in a netball team is to create better players and teams. They are in charge of everything from establishing training and training times to keeping players up-to-date on any netball-related news or games in their area.
As hard as your coach wishes
the coach would watch out for footwork, contact, off side and stuff like that.
no they are not
The coach is responsible for selecting the team and choosing the captain.
They are just like any other coach for a team..... they work through skills gamesetc with the players.........
gets on well with all players!!
There are 7 netball players on court at a time but there is also the coach, subs, manger and other helpers
To teach the players skills and give them tips
Basketball,Netball,Volleyball,Swimming and Cricket...
the officials are the captain- the coach- the timekeeper and the umpire
The Coach, Umpire, Time keeper, Scorer. I think that is all.
the signs tht the coach gives when it is for example a foul,a throw in.