contact is when you touch the player with the ball, you knock the ball out of the players hands, or shove a player out of your way to get past them
Contact is an infringement that occurs when a player makes physical contact which interferes with the play of an opponent.
However, not all contact is an infringement of the rules. Contact which is deemed not to have impeded the progress of a player will not be penalised.
Touching another player, whether it be snatching the ball, grabbing them or just simpily touching them by accident maybe. However there may also be a penalty for coming closer to the other player than 1 metre! Hope that helps!
Literally that. Contact is when players of opposite teams make 'contact' with each other, but 'contact' is just a much nicer word for it. Players on offense try to initiate contact by bumping into defenders for foul shots.
The player who made the contact will be made to stand by the side of the player on the other team whilst they take a free pass or shot (in the semi-circle)
it is where someone has ontacted the personin a pushing manner, or touched the person with the ball
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!).
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.
simultaneous contact is an infringement that occurs when a player makes physical contact with another which interfere with the play of an opponent.
it means you have like tapped or accidently bumped your opponent or another player
the answer is replay
probably football because netball is a non contact sport
A player is not allowed to run with the ball.
Contact is where you push or shove a player and they fall or stumble
The three feet rule is how far you need to be from a player to defend them when they have the ball.
before netball was invented the girls didn't have a sport that didn't involve contact and alot f running.
It is called contact
No you don'tIf the umpire sees that you are doing contact to a girl you will get a free pass
The player is breaking the rule of no running with the ball in you r hands
Netball is considered non contact - however it was recently rated the third highest contact sport. This is because as the player is penalised when pulled up for contacting, the contact is made more aggressive (the logic is "if you're going to do it you might as well do it properly").
The difference between basketball and netball is that in basketball you can take more than 2 steps and dribble up the court, but in netball the most amount of steps you can take is 2 and you are put in certain positions. Another difference is that netball is played in thirds and basketball in halves.