over a third
The attacking third of a netball game is the end that your team is shooting.
No, a player can't throw across an entire third. They can only throw to the next third. :)
Obstruction, Intimidation, Contact, Goal, Stepping, Over a third
You may mean ball untouched. This means that the ball has been thrown over a third and has remained untouched by any players
'Over a Third' is what is called.in netball, when the ball is thrown over a third and untouched by a player, the umpire should blow his or hers whistle and say 'over a third free pass......(the teams club name e.g manly or south side).' if the umpire doesn't and is meant to the game is just a 'play on'.
A netball court is split into 3 parts, each one of these is called a third, the 3 thirds are the defending third, centre third and the shooting third.
it is other a thirs and there will be a free pass to the other team.
The offside rule in netball simply means you have gone out of your boundary and trodden over the line your position isn't allowed to.