Taken from Wikipedia:
"Netball is a ball sport played between two teams of seven players. The sport shares many similarities with basketball, having been derived from early versions of women's basketball. It developed as a distinct sport in the 1890s in England, from where it spread to other countries. Netball is popular in Commonwealth nations and is predominantly played by women.
Games are played on a rectangular court divided into thirds, with a raised goal at each short end. The object of the game is for teams to score goals, by passing a ball and shooting it into the opposing team's goal. Players are assigned "positions" that define their role within the team and restrict their movement on court. During general play, a player with the ball can take no more than one step before passing it, and must pass the ball or shoot for goal within three seconds. Goals can only be scored by the assigned shooting players. Netball games are 60 minutes long, divided into 15-minute quarters, at the end of which the team with the most goals scored wins."
netball is a sport with a ball and a net and throwing the ball in the net
A netball club is a large community of netball players which consists of many different teams spanning from different age groups. They usually have the same uniform as one another.
When the ball goes into the net. After that it stops. The person that hit the ball into the net looses the point.
fielding and striking
you play netball on a netball court :)
You can go onto netball websites like netball Australia and district netball, too.
two netball posts netball pitch one netball two umpires
Netball was invented in 1892 but was called Women's Basketball not Netball.
a netball court
no geoetry in netball
local netball is basiclly netball played in your local area.
I play netball and i dnt think there is even a "fast netball". But if there is i guess it would all be the same but, faster:\
Netball is not a word in french because it is not played in France. If someone were to refer to netball they would just call it "netball".
Of course netball is for lesbians.
who develop the game of netball in jamaica