Offside is an infringement which occurs when a player enters a part of the court in which her/his position is not permitted to go, either with or without the ball.
A player is also deemed offside if during a throw in, she/he steps behind an offside area whilst in possession of the ball, even though she/he is out of court. (eg a Wing Attack taking a throw in on the attacking baseline may not step behind the goal circle to throw the ball)
A player outside the court who is NOT in possession of the ball, may step or run behind an offside area without incurring an infringement.
In netball, being offside means being in the wrong area of the netball court. so if center went in any of the two semi circles, she'd be offside.
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.
if offside happens, they give the ball to the opposite team
offside absolutely offside k IF U DON;T NOOOOOOOOOOO
when a player goes offside the opposing team is given a free pass
It depends if you are playing proper netball or nettaball (younger players netball). In netball it is offside.
if a player is offside in netball usually the ball goes to the other team and they get a free pass from where the player was off side. i think! Hope that helps.
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...
the penalties in net of moving or steppiing, offside, over a thirdand contact
don't run with the ball, don't go offside (know the positions) and don't contact others.
The ball is given to the opposing team, the penalty is taken from the sense of the infringement
When you enter a part of the court where your position can not go, for example if the centre steps inside one of the goal circles. It's also called offside if you step or land (or are) outside the court boundary with the ball in your hands, however as long as you haven't got the ball in your hands, then you can go outside of the court boundary as much as you like.