The officials in netball are the umpire, time keeper, captain and coaches
no but there is a time keeper in high five netball which is played in primary schools!
A time keeper tells the umpire when the game ends. They have a stop watch most of the time...Hannah x
in netball the goal keeper is only allowed in the third quad of the netball set-out. it belongs where the goal shooter is allowed to go.
The Coach, Umpire, Time keeper, Scorer. I think that is all.
The answer is yes, netball does have a goal keeper, the goal keeper is up the other end to the end that you are shooting and they have to protect the net and not let the opposition get the ball into the net.
the time keeper is to tell the time which is need in each halves, quaters and extra time. they have to tell the umpire all about this, its an important job. hope i helped, lee.
To keep the time accurately and make sure that no extra time is allocated to either team.
The definiton of a goal keeper in netball is a player of a particular team on the court who defend and trys to intercept the ball from the oal shooter!!
The goal keeper in netball protects the net and stops the opposition from getting the ball into the net.
It depends what you are e.g. Goal shooter, Goal keeper.
Gk means goal keeper