the other teams wing defence
goal defence marks goal attack goal keep marks goal shoot wing defence marks wing attack and centre marks the opposing centre
In netball where can wing defence player go to?
in netball there is a goal shooter, goal keeper, goal attack, goal defence, wing attack, wing defence and centre
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).
WA is marked by WD WD stands for wing defence.when ever you see and d or k it means defence eg GD = goal defence or GK =goal keep
goal shooter. GS goal attack. GA wing attack. WA centre. C wing defence. WD goal defence. WD goal keeper. GK GS marks GK GA marks GD WA marks WD C marks C hope this helped x
Goal Attack, Goal Keep, Wing Attack, Wing Defence, Goal Shoot, Goal Defence, Centre.
defends 'wing defence' and is on the side ready for the ball to be passed to them by 'centre'.
anywhere except for beyond the line to meet with their wing defence
There is a center, wing attack, wing defence, goal attack, goal defence, goal keeper, goal shooter
in netball a wd, is a wing defence, their job is to defend the wing attack and stop them from getting the ball. sometimes the wing attack will have to help with center passes and penalties