The netball court is spilt up into 3rds. The centre third, the defensive third and the attacking third. Hope this helped :)
Goalkeeper can go in the attacking third for their team and the D.
GA can go in the attacking third, the centre third and their goal circle.
the goal attack can go in the attacking third, where they are shooting and in the centre third. hope this helped :)
GK - Defending D GD - Defending Third, D and Centre Third WD - Defending&Centre Third C - Everywhere apart from the shooting and defending D's WA - Attacking&Centre Third GA - Attacking Thid, D, Centre Third GS - Attacking D
gs stands for goal shooter They are allowed in the attacking goal third and semi circle. They are the shooters
it depends on what position your playing: C= everywhere apart from the semi circles WA= centre third, attacking third except semi circle WD= centre third, defending third except semi circle GA= centre third, attacking third GD= centre third, defending third GS= attacking third GK= defending third hope this helped :)
Say the C has no where to pass to they then pass either in the attacking or defending third. u r not allowed to do dat in netball a C pass has to be taken in the main third when starting off fresh..
the goal defence is with the GA of the other team and can go where it goes. that is the defending third including semicircle, and the centre third butnot in his/her attacking third
Opposite to defensive, it means your attacking
Depends where you play. GS - (goal shooter) shooting circle and attacking third. GA - (goal attack) shooting circle, attacking third and center third. WA - (wing attack) attacking third and center third. C - (center) NOT shooting circles, all thirds. WD - (wing defence) defending third and center third. GD - (goal defence) shooting circle, defending third and center third. GK - (goal keeper) shooting circle and defending third. Hope this helps