A dig is a way of passing the volleyball back from a starting down low position - "digging" under the ball - and the ball is either passed or spiked back. It is most often used to prevent someone's spike from hitting the ground.
Passing a ball from an attack or spike
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If I am not wrong it is in rugby Actually I believe it is volleyball
A dig is when you dive down onto the floor to get the volleyball.
There is no dig in netball. But there is a dig in Volleyball
Two players are blocking the ball.
In volleyball anyone can dig, usually those who dig are passers or severs, not setters. So if you back-row or running a 6-2 passers dig the ball
The dig is one of the most important things in the terms of volleyball because without a successful dig, there can be no set and opposing attack.
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