'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'.
over a third
Over a third is when the ball is thrown over a whole third without being touched by a player.
You may mean ball untouched. This means that the ball has been thrown over a third and has remained untouched by any players
Netball is a shooting game, but the question is why is netball is called netball, because in netball your throwing the ball in the net so that's called net and the ball that your playing with is called ball so that is ball Net ball
If there was no ball it would not be called netball it would be called net
in netball you play as a team by working together to get the ball down to your teams goal third.
the centre third, where centre player starts off with the ball, and there are two shooting thirds.
This is called replayed ball
when you can't move
Three seconds, or it is called a held ball.
The fivee main rules of netball are, 1. You are not aloud to walk with the ball in your hands (Stepping) 2. You can not push or shove another player especially when they have the ball. (contact) 3. You are not allowed to put your arm in another players face or be within 3 feet when defendind (obstruction) 4. You can't hold the ball for more than 3 seconds (Held Ball) 5. At the centre pass it has to be passed in the centre third or it can't be thrown from one third to another. (over a third)