One of the rules in Netball is the obstruction rule. This is where a player is less than a meter away from a player on the other team. However this only applies if the opposing player has the ball. If the umpire calls obstruction then a free pass is taken and the perpetrator has to stand by the player's (the player who is taking the pass) side until they throw the ball. xx
its a rule
the answer is replay
Netball is played on a Court. All positions played in netball have a strict rule as to where in the court you can play.
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.
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.
To follow basic netball rules and blow the whistle when one rule is broken. The biggest rule is to be fair to both teams.
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
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!).
In Junior netball it's if you pass 30cm or less but in senior netball it's if 2 1 player passes the ball to another player while still holding it
No. Defending from off court is a violation of rule 16.7 of the Official netball rules as of 2007