As in basketball the game is played on a hard court with scoring rings at both ends, where players score by netting the netball. There are seven players on each team. All have named positions on the court such as wing defence or centre. The netball hoops are smaller and lower than those used in basketball and there are no backboards. The netball court is divided into thirds which regulate where players in each team can move, and two semi-circular shooting shots must be taken.
Back To Netball is all about rediscovering the sport for those who may not have played for a while or indeed since school. Also the sessions are also an excellent opportunity for those who may never have played and are looking to be involved.
We would love to see you again at the sessions and if you know of anyone else that may like to come along then please feel free to spread the word and bring them too.
Everyone welcome, come and join us and have fun with friends whilst getting fit.For further information or details contact SONIA DRYDEN 07540 127 403.
Brought to you by the England Netball Youth Advisory Group, the Pass on Your Passion programme aims to recognise the countless number of young volunteers in netball. It aims to provide you with opportunities,ideas and rewards to help you on your leadership and volunteering journey. No matter what your role in netball, we want you to Get Involved and Get Recognised.
There are 26 opportunities listed on the Physical Activity Directory. To view local opportunities please select your local area.
Carlisle Meerkats Netball Club feature in February's Active Cumbria News & Star.
Cumbria Netball Development Officer & Cumbria Netball Association Secretary
NW Regional Manager,
T: 07818 036 791
Cumbria County Netball Association Chairperson
NW Back to Netball Officer,
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