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WELCOME TO NETBALL TEAM TRIPS

We understand how much work and dedication your netball team puts into a netball season. Now it’s time to throw away your runners and put on your party shoes and celebrate with your team mates. Here at Team Trips we will tailor your getaway to suit you so you have a memorable end of season trip with your team.

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Team Trips group ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation plays an important part in any trip. Here at Wicked Team Trips we have the industry knowledge to get you and your netball team the best accommodation to suit any budget. Whether you’re after a luxury hotel or something a bit simpler, we can do it all.

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Team Trips Flights

Finding flights for a whole netball team can be tricky, but when you book with us we will take the stress out of your hands and organise it all for you. Once we have all your details about the trip we will be able to provide you with all the availabilities to best suit your team. When you book with Team Trips the planning process is made simpler and stress free so you can enjoy the holiday rather than plan it.

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What To See

Girls Netball Teams

At the end of the netball season, nothing is better than celebrating and partying with you team. It’s time to let your hair down and have the trip of a lifetime on a girls netball team trip. You’ll have loads of fun with lots of activities that will bring the team closer together. Take a look at our girls netball team packages below.

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Guys Basketball Teams

We have a number of boys netball team packages that all the guys are sure to love! Join in some fun activities and have a great time bonding with each other and creating some ultimate memories. There’s guaranteed to be something for everyone in our list of netball team packages. But if you can’t find something that fancies everyone, we can tailor make a package just for your team!

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Netball is a sport for two teams with seven players each. Games are played on a rectangular court divided into thirds, with a raised goal at each end. Each team scores goals by passing a ball and shooting it into the opposite team’s goal ring. Players are assigned positions that define their role within the team and restrict their movement on the court. During play, a player with the ball can take no more than one step before passing it, and must pass the ball or shoot for a goal within 3 seconds. Games last 60 minutes, and are divided into 15 minute quarters. The team with the most goals scored at the end of the 60 minutes wins. 

POSITIONS

  • Goal Shooter 
  • Goal Attack 
  • Wing Attack 
  • Centre 
  • Wing Defence 
  • Goal Defence 
  • Goal Keeper

PASSING TECHNIQUES

A good netball strategy includes various different types of passes. Different positions require different passing skills. Some passing techniques include:

  • One handed shoulder pass
  • Chest pass
  • Overhead pass 
  • Bounce pass 
  • Lob pass 
  • Drop pass
  • Side pass 
  • Bullet pass

The history of netball starts a year after basketball was invented. Netball traces its roots to basketball. Basketball was modified for women to accommodate for social conventions regarding their participation in basketball. At the Bergman Osterberg Physical Training College in Dartford, England, the rules of women’s basketball were modified over several years to form the new sport, netball.

The first rules of netball were published at the beginning of the twentieth century, and from there the new sport spread throughout the British Empire. From the beginning, netball was a widely accepted sport for women to play. From the 1920s, national associations were formed to organise the sport in netball-playing nations.

By 1960 the rules of netball were standardised internationally. The second half of the 20th century saw international competition expand and the INF Netball World Cup starting in 1963. Netball then started being contested at the Commonwealth Games in 1998. Today, netball is popular in Commonwealth nations, reportedly played by over 20 million people worldwide. It remains primarily a women’s sport, although male participation is increasing in some countries.

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