In netball where can wing defence player go to?
WD is short for Wing Defence, a position on court.
the WA; Wing Attack
WD is short for Wing Defence and WA is short for Wing Attack, which are both positions on court.
what do u mean PERCENTAGE? it depends whos playing the certain position.
in netball there is a goal shooter, goal keeper, goal attack, goal defence, wing attack, wing defence and centre
On a netball court there are 7 people on each team, which means fourteen players are on court.There is the goal shoot,goal attack,goal defence,goal keep,centre,wing attack and wing defence. On a netball court there are fourteen players, then there are the referees: there are usually 2 of them. So all together there are 16 people on the court
the other teams wing defence
Basically Wing Attack marks the other teams Wing Defence and Vice verse for the Wing Defence. If you're wondering where they are allowed on the netball court, imagine you are the wing attack. You are allowed in the centre third (same applies for wing defence) and you're attacking third (the way you are shooting). If you are playing wing defence you are not allowed in the attacking third, so you are defending the other teams goal. (The wings aren't allowed in the semicircles either).
AnswerThere are 7 players on the netball court from each team the positions are: Goal defence, wing Defence, Goal Attack, Centre, Wing attack, Goal Keeper and Goal Shooter. it is probably best that you have 9 players, 2 sub's incase of injuries.
Wing defence can go up to the D of the opposing side and to the line in the center third nearest there own goal.
Goal Attack, Goal Keep, Wing Attack, Wing Defence, Goal Shoot, Goal Defence, Centre.