Netball Court painting
Competition standard netball court painting marking dimensions. Applied to wood or vinyl sprung sports flooring using specialist sports court paint and installed adhering to competition standard dimensions.
The Rules of Netball
The objective of a netball team is to score more goals than the opposition. A goal is scored by putting the ball through the opponents hoop.
A game are divided into 4 quarters, lasting 15 minutes each quarter.
Netball is played on a court (either hard or soft) which is 30.5 metres in length and 15.25 metres wide. There is a post at either end of the court. The netball hoop is located 3.05 metres from ground. The court is divided into areas, with players only being permitted to enter particular zones depending on their position.
The ‘netball’ itself is similar to a ‘basketball’, however typically they are white and weigh considerably less.
A netball team is made up of 7 players. Each player has a nominated position and role, and may only be permitted into certain areas of the court. If a player enters a zone which they are restricted from then they are deemed ‘offside’.
Netball team positions are:
GS – Goal Shooter – Can move anywhere within the attacking third of the court, but cannot leave it.
GA – Goal Attack - Can move anywhere within the attacking third and the centre third of the court.
WA- Wing Attack – Can move within the attacking third and centre third, with the exception of the shooting circle.
C – Centre – Can move anywhere across the court, apart from either of the shooting circles.
WD – Wing Defence – Can move within the centre third and the defensive third, with the exception of the shooting circle.
GD – Goal Defence – Can move anywhere within the attacking third and the centre third of the court.
GK – Goal Keeper – Can move anywhere within the defensive third of the court, but cannot leave it.
Only the ‘Goal Shooter’ and ‘Goal Attack’ of a team are allowed to score directly, and can only do so when they are in the oppositions goal circle.
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