Well I'm not quite sure what you mean, but contacting in netball is when you push, hurt or well get in contact with them (as in touch them not talk to them!).
Contact is where you push or shove a player and they fall or stumble
The contact rule of netball is that you are not allowed any contact. If contact occurs then a penalty pass is awarded to the opposite team.
Netball is played in thirds, basketball in half's. Netball is non-contact, while basketball is contact. Netball nets are similar to basketball nets but have no backboard are taller and smaller in diameter. Netball has seven players, basketball has five. Netball players have bibs and specific positions, basketball does not.
the three main rules in netball are; stepping, contact and obstruction
local netball is basiclly netball played in your local area.
when it is obstruction or contact
obstruction stepping contact
It is called contact
probably football because netball is a non contact sport
The penalties in netball are contact and obstruction, intimidation also comes under the category of these two penalties.
There is no backboard in netball, however there is one in basketball
No you don'tIf the umpire sees that you are doing contact to a girl you will get a free pass
before netball was invented the girls didn't have a sport that didn't involve contact and alot f running.
No, it's a no contact game but you can intercept passes :)
Penalty pass to the opposing team
Netball is considered non contact - however it was recently rated the third highest contact sport. This is because as the player is penalised when pulled up for contacting, the contact is made more aggressive (the logic is "if you're going to do it you might as well do it properly").
simultaneous contact is an infringement that occurs when a player makes physical contact with another which interfere with the play of an opponent.
outside in netball occurs when a player crosses over the side lines or goal lines of the netball court..
Bouncing the netball off the ground into your hands for your own possession.
THey have to be aware of fouls and contact between players.
An Melbourne Netball Team
Well its depends really, if you are a girl then definitely netball but if you were a boy then probably rugby. I mean netball is a much safer sport because it is non contact and you have to run less than you do in rugby, but rugby is probably more enjoyable to watch. This probably doesn't help but that's my opinion.