The centre circle of a Netball court is 3 feet. If you stand with your feet on one side and another player on the other side directly opposite you, it will give you a good indication the distance you have to stand
How many how many goals thirds are there
an infringement in netball is 3 feet witch is exactly .9 of a metre.
A netball court size is 30.5 metres (100 feet) long and 15.25 metres (50 feet) wide, which is divided into thirds. There is a center circle with a diameter of 0.9 metres (3 feet) and two goal circles which are semi-circles measuring 4.9 metres (16 feet) in radius. All lines are part of the court and measure 50mm (2 inches) in width.
there are 3 thirds on a netball court, with each end cort containing a semi circle know was the goal 'D'. this is the only section of the court that a goal can be scored from.
there is 2 goal thirds and a centre third
You have to stay 3 feet away from your opponent ( 1 metre ) in a game of netball. . :] Cheers hun.x
A netball team consists of about 10 players, 7 on the court and 3 reserves. Each team as 7 players on the court so there are 14 players all up on the court.
The three feet rule is how far you need to be from a player to defend them when they have the ball.
3 feet / 0.9 meters
up to 1/3 of the court.