it is probably best that you have 9 players, 2 sub's incase of injuries.
There are 14 people on a court at one time (7 people for each team) but normally a team will have 8-12 people so they can have extras/reserves and everyone can have a break for a quarter as it is tiring.
It is estimated that there are in excess of 20 million people playing netball in 70 countries and on all five continents eg Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, England, Malawi, South Africa, Cook Islands, Samoa, Fiji, Botswana, Trinidad & Tobago, Wales, Barbados, Scotland, Singapore, Malaysia. See IFNA website:http://www.netball.org/ifna.aspx
generally in normal netball there are 7 on a team, not including any reserves. They are GS, GK, WA, WD, GA, GD and C. There are 14 people playing at once - 7 per team.
If you play primary school 'Hi-5' netball then there is only 5 per team, not including reserves - they are the same positions as normal netball but without WA and WD
there are 7 girls who play on a netball court @ a time
but a real netball team would have @ LEAST 9 players
for subs just incase an accident happens
In Junior school you usually play high 5 netball ( 5 players) but mainly its 7 people in a team Center goal shooter goal attack wing attack goal defence goal keeper and wing defence.
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Unless you've heard of an particular artist. The signature NZ comes from an art school in New Zealand.
8 but a full squad is 15
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I think the question should be more of, "what did NZ do to help Irene in Netball"? She came from a country very different from NZ and wanted a better life for her family. NZ Netball and her love for the game definitely helped her achieve what she wanted personally and as a career too. Her contributions to NZ Netball, and Netball as a whole has been great for the development of up and coming netballers and what the younger ones want to achieve. Remember that there are 7 players on the court and it takes a WHOLE team to achieve recognition and win or lose the game.
Current famous NZ Netball Players are: Casey Williams, Irene Van Dyk, Laura Langman and Maria Tuataia. NZ Netball greats, (in my opinion) are: Julie Seymour, Sandra Edge, Bernice Mene
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irene play netball for south Africa and was a teacher over in south Africa before she came to new zealand