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Indoor Netball A Fun Sport

Finally, guys don’t have to sit on the sidelines while the women in their lives have a blast playing netball. Indoor netball is open to both sexes, making it a unique opportunity for groups to have a lot of fun. Find out why netball’s become so popular by reading the information below.

The Basics –

Outdoor netball courts are pretty large, which is why many people have a hard time imagining an indoor version of the game. Indoor netball courts are smaller than their outdoor counterparts, though; there is no out-of-bounds, which makes up for the limited amount of space. Although there is less space involved with the typical indoor netball Brisbane court, the frenetic and exciting pace of a typical game makes it more than worth it. You won’t soon forget a rousing game of indoor netball!

Netting surrounds the typical indoor netball court, adding an interesting new element to the game. In fact, the fast-paced nature of the indoor version of the game is largely what has drawn more and more men to it. Guys who used to sit on the sidelines, cheering their wives, girlfriends and sisters on, are now getting out on the court themselves. Netball teams consist of seven players; up to three guys can be on each team. If you’re a man and want to play netball, you should be able to find a team to join quite easily!

Other Rules –

As with all sports – including indoor sports – netball comes with many specific rules. The game is split up into four 10-minute quarters. Although you can’t change your position or zone during a period, you are allowed to in-between periods. This gives teams the ability to change their strategies throughout the game, allowing them to come up with the most efficient and effective way to play. If you’re unhappy in one position, just wait – you’ll have the opportunity to switch in no time flat.

Since netball is a non-contact sport, it is imperative to avoid touching other players on the court. In fact, you need to keep a distance of at least three feet from the ball carrier. It’s interesting to watch a game in progress, since it moves along so quickly and everyone manages to avoid hitting one another. Your adrenalin is sure to begin pumping when you find yourself out on the netball court, playing against men and women alike. If you and your mates are looking for a fun new indoor activity to enjoy, you definitely need to put indoor netball at the top of your list!