it is when you go past the line you cant to past, for example if you go in to the shooting 'D' and your not a GS, GS, GK or GD. Hope it helps?
If you are playing in a certain position in netball and cross a third where you are not allowed to be, this is called off side and there is a penalty. This penalty is that the opposing team will be awarded to the ball and it is a turnover. To cross into another third that you are not allowed to be in is if your foot is over that line. Center can go over all thirds and she can only get off side if her foot or part of her body passes the goal circle marker. Wing Attack can only go in its two attacking third, this is the same for Goal Attack. Wing Defense and Goal Defense both are only allowed in the center and defensive third whilst Goal Keeper and Goal Shooter are only allowed in the defensive third for Goal Keeper and Goal Shooter can only go in its attacking third
offside absolutely offside k IF U DON;T NOOOOOOOOOOO
The penalties in netball are contact and obstruction, intimidation also comes under the category of these two penalties.
It depends if you are playing proper netball or nettaball (younger players netball). In netball it is offside.
When they are offside they are in an area which there position is not allowed. for example GS is not allowed in the centre third. and C is not allowed in the shorting circle...
If you are offside, it means that you are touching a part of the court that you position cannot go into. eg. that centre touches the ground in the goal circle.
the penalties in net of moving or steppiing, offside, over a thirdand contact
I think you mean offside. If you do, in netball each position has an area in which they are allowed to go in which is separated but the lines on the court. However if a position goes in an area of the court where they are not allowed, then a free pass will be awarded to the other team