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Netball is made of 7 players on a team the court and the umpiers

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hi there, a netball is made in a factory =) hope this helps


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Netball was invented in 1895


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I think by 'net' you mean post? The post should be 10 feet tall (3.05m) for netball. The netball post is made shorter for modi netball (usually U10's) but I am unsure of the height.


depends, if it is inside or outside


It s just a basket ball and it made of that substance to make it bounce


A netball is the ball used to play Netball.


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The rules were first made in 1895.




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