goal attack (GA) and goal shooter (GS)
Goal attack and goal shooter
The Goal Attack (GA) or Goal Shooter (GS) are the only two positions that are allowed to try and shoot for a goal. To make a goal in netball, you must be within the semi-circle of your teams goal. Remember if you throw the ball, and it does not make it in the hoop, you are only allowed to catch it if it hits the rim of the hoop always it would be called a replay ball. Hope this helped :) Vicky
Only two players for each team can score goals. The goal shooter (GS) and the goal attack (GA) positions are allowed into the goal circle to score.
The goal shooters and goal keepers are not allowed into the centre third.
There are seven positions in the game of netball. GS- Main shooter and is only allowed in one third of the court and in circle. GA- Secondary shooter but can put up as much shots as GS. Is allowed in two thirds and in circle. WA- Main feeder for shooters and is allowed in two thirds C- Defender and Attacker. Can feed to the shooters and help defense. Allowed in whole court except circles. WD- Allowed in two parts of the court. Helps defender outside of circle. GD- Marks the GA, allowed in two thirds and the circle GK- Marks the GS and is only allowed in one third and the circle.
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GS (stands for goal Shoot) it is an important persecution in netball there is only two goal shooters .The other is GA (stands for goal attack) GS can only stay around one square while GA can go to the center and in the goal the Goalies are the only ones who are allowed in the goal so that is about GA and GS
The Centre Helps out the WA,WD,GD and GA. They are allowed in all of the court apart from the two D's at either end. It is one of the hardest positions to play as it requires you to do alot of running around to get the ball to your GS and GA. Hope this helps:)
there ARE two dodges in netball . :)
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the playing area for netball is a court :P