Table of Contents
- 1 What are the three types of dodging in netball?
- 2 Where can I dodge in netball?
- 3 What is a dodge and how is it done in netball?
- 4 What is a double Dodge in netball?
- 5 What happens when there is obstruction in netball?
- 6 Can you block in netball?
- 7 How do you teach the Dodge in netball?
- 8 What’s the difference between single and double Dodge in netball?
What are the three types of dodging in netball?
Introduction Introduce to children the different types of doges used in Netball; faint dodge, double dodge, sprint dodge and spin dodge.
Where can I dodge in netball?
The Dodge: Feet shoulder width apart (weight evenly distributed) Players on their toes – ready to move. Player takes two steps one way, drops the shoulder, push off the outside foot to change direction and drive onto the ball the opposite way.
What are the types of dodging?
There are four different types of dodging: Bull, Split, Roll, and Face.
What is a dodge and how is it done in netball?
Dodge: You need to use very quick footwork to trick your opponent into moving one way. Feint to go one way by moving your feet and body. Once you have your opponent off balance, you can set off in the other direction and into space.
What is a double Dodge in netball?
Double Dodging is a quick movement to the left / right / left or vice versa. Double Dodging is often used in confined spaces eg GS v GK or WA v WD on Centre Pass or trying to get onto the goal circle.
What muscles do you use when dodging?
Over the Transversus Abdominus, there are two abdominal muscles on each side called the Internal Oblique and the External Oblique. They are responsible for rotating or twisting your trunk and are especially important in generating power when throwing a dodgeball.
What happens when there is obstruction in netball?
Netball Obstruction Rule When players are defending in netball you can extend your arms to intercept the ball. Double marking in netball, or obstructing a player with the ball, results in an obstruction penalty pass awarded to the opposing team. You can position yourself close to an opponent without the ball.
Can you block in netball?
The job of the goal defence and goal keeper is to block the goal attack and goal shooter from shooting; however, they must be three feet or more away from the landing foot of the shooter, otherwise it is called an obstruction.
Why is dodging important in a netball game?
It can cause the dynamics of the game to change completely, allowing you to avoid the defender by a sudden quick movement. I play wing attack, and occasionally goal attack, therefore it is my job to pass the ball up the court and into our goal.
How do you teach the Dodge in netball?
Completion of teaching the ‘Dodge’ is putting into play. Setting up half court, not from a centre pass, have a GD or WD play their own ball and down the court we go It is important if you have coached a skill that players apply it to the game. Keep stats on how many times players are using the dodge out on court.
What’s the difference between single and double Dodge in netball?
Once the defender goes for the bait than change direction and go the other way. This is a single dodge. If the attacker was to lead one way, then the other and lead a third time this is a double dodge Players both have a go without a ball, to get their bearings with their footwork, also their leads.
What’s the best way to DoD a netball ball?
Starting in the middle of the cones, one is the attacker and one is the defender. Feet as wide as shoulders, soft knees, running arms and nice upright position. Avoid leaning forward. Players using outside leg to change direction which is transferring their weight and pushing off strong