[ UK /nˈɛtbɔːl/ ]
  1. a team game that resembles basketball; a soccer ball is to be thrown so that it passes through a ring on the top of a post
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How To Use netball In A Sentence

  • After 12 months, we will convert the asphalt area into tennis and netball courts.
  • New court markings will allow sporty students to play basketball, netball and football indoors.
  • Of all the many sports in which she has found success since, from skiing to lawn bowls to table tennis to powerlifting, Moffat has never quite got round to putting things right when it comes to netball.
  • She is in Huntington School girls' football team and enjoys playing hockey and netball.
  • I used to play netball when I was a teenager, but was never very good at it.
  • Relations with her father - already verging on the poisonous - worsened further when, spurning his suggestion of a career in netball, she decided to study at the Drama Centre in north London.
  • Students are able to compete in a number of sports, including football, netball, basketball, cricket and hockey.
  • But the'outstanding' hockey and netball player died before she could be freed. The Sun
  • These include track events for athletes and team events in netball, soccer and volleyball.
  • Could it be because rugby union is a mainstream male sport and hockey and netball are not? Times, Sunday Times
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