Goal Attack and Goal Shooter
Gs stands for goal shot.
When you obstruct in netball, you have to stand beside the player you obstructed and wait till they have taken the pass/shot :)
Yes, if a shooter misses the shot then the opposition can try and take the ball or you can have another shot.
by passing the ball to Ur team mate on Ur team to get the ball into the opposite hoop on the otherside of the netball field
no, or you will give away a free shot
when you have taken a shot, follow your shot to the hoop and if it hits the ring you will then hopefully get the rebound meaning you can have another shot:)
Penalty pass or Penalty pass/shot, depending on where you are on court.
the other teams ball or a free shot or pass with you standing beside
penalty pass or shots are taken when obstruction has occured inthe shooting circle
The Goal Defence (GD) in netball is on the Goal Attack (GA). The GD position is to defend the ball and try to get as many turnovers as possible and defend the GA when she has a shot a goal.