i'm a professional Netball player, therefore i will answer your question. If you break a minor rule you will have to stand by the players side doing nothing until the ball leaves their hands, then you can move again. It's called a penalty pass.
the other teams ball or a free shot or pass with you standing beside
Free pass to the non-offending team.
You most likely get a 2 min minor penalty
A free pass is awarded when a play breaks a minor rule. Therrefore the free pass is taken from the same spot as to where the rule was broken.
the answer is replay
A player is not allowed to run with the ball.
The three feet rule is how far you need to be from a player to defend them when they have the ball.
The player is breaking the rule of no running with the ball in you r hands
Your nails should not be longer than your finger itself.
No you are not allow to do that. It is strictly against the rule.
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If a swimmer breaks any swimming rule, they get disqualified. If they get disqualified the time that they got, well not count. If they were to break all of the rules, the same happens. They don't get another punishment for each broken rule. Their time just won't count.
Break Every Rule was created in 1986-09.
it means you have like tapped or accidently bumped your opponent or another player