yes it is and has allways been allowed outside the netball circle
gs stands for goal shooter They are allowed in the attacking goal third and semi circle. They are the shooters
Goal Attack(GA) and Goal Shooter(GS)
When they are offside they are in an area which there position is not allowed. for example GS is not allowed in the centre third. and C is not allowed in the shorting circle...
goal attack (GA) and goal shooter (GS)
Gs stands for goal shot.
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 GK and GS from both teams are not allowed to enter the centre third.
GK stands for goal keeper. It is the GK's job to mark the GS (goal shoot). She must try to intercept when the GS is shooting or if GS passes. They are allowed no closer than 1 metre away from the GS. They are not allowed past the first third and they have to be in the oppositions scoring 'D' during the centre pass.
the 7 positions are GD, GA, GS, GK, WD, WA, C and no they can not yhe pitch
GS= goal shooter
In the shooting third