Free pass to the non-offending team.
if you use incorrect footwork in netball, your opponant will be awarded a free pass! :)
its a rule
perform a number of drills and practise
The opposing team is awarded a free pass.
The penalty for a short pass in Netball is a turnover to the opposing team.
In netball if the umpire/ref calls footwork, the game stops and the other team is handed the ball. Although you do not have to stand down or next to the player of the other team =) hope this helps
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Penalty pass or Penalty pass/shot, depending on where you are on court.
Because if you catch a ball that you have had to jump for and then you have to do footwork when you land, you need to be balanced otherwise you will mess up your footwork and it will then be a free pass to the opponents.
A free pass would be given, to the other team. The player who commited the footwork, would not have to stand by her side.
a free pass is given when the opposition preforms a fault on their own such as footwork, throws the ball off court etc.. A penalty pass is given when the opposing team contacts or obstructs a player.
a free pass is awarded if you move when holding the ball or do the wrong footwork
the coach would watch out for footwork, contact, off side and stuff like that.
when it is obstruction or contact
Because doing footwork is a foul, so the opposition gets a free pass. The umpire has to blow the whistle to stop the other players continuing.
I play netball myself and I've had Had a a few penalty passes. They are a pass that is given to a player who has been contacted or obstructed by the opposing team.
to stretch when marking the ballto bend down if its a low passto do the correct footwork quickly
a drag is when you're landing foot drags across the surface, as you land, causing a footwork fault.
When you catch the ball , you have to keep your landing foot still. If you land on both feet, you get to pick which foot to move.
penalty pass or shots are taken when obstruction has occured inthe shooting circle
i am not sure how many signals there are but here are the ones i no- there is footwork signalled by your hands acting as feet moving- over a third signalled by your hand going in a semi-circle-replaying signalled by a bounce, contct signalled by one hand on another and a hand in the air means you can take the penalty from where you are.
Strengths... Footwork, Passing (chess pass, bounce pass, overhead pass), pivoting, reactiob time. Wekanesses... Confidence, the way you react to certain things.
Penalty pass to the opposing team
When you obstruct in netball, you have to stand beside the player you obstructed and wait till they have taken the pass/shot :)