Netball and basketball may seem similar, but just a quick glance at the games side by side will highlight their glaring differences. We’ve narrowed down the five major differences between the two sports, and we’ll explain them here.
A netball net has no backboard. Unlike a basketball net, there is nothing for the ball to ricochet from, and this makes scoring a little bit tougher. Netball players have to shoot the ball through the hoop with absolutely no assistance, whereas basketball players have the benefit of a backboard that can take a wayward shot and redirect it into the net. The lack of backboard means that netball shooters need to have better accuracy and skill.
While basketball is a running sport, netball players have to stop and start at a rapid pace, as they may not run with the ball. What makes netball so much tougher is that although there is no running with the ball, players have only three seconds to pass once they come into possession. This makes the game
Caps and hats can help you in all different kinds of weather. If it is snowing, they can keep you warm. If it is sunny, they can keep the sun out of your eyes. These ten tips will help you to buy the caps and hats that will work best for you. They will also help you to get high-quality headgear so that it lasts for a long time.
1. Look For Warm Materials
The most important thing for caps that are going to be worn in the winter is that they are warm. You want to look for wool and other such materials since these do a very good job of insulating your head and keeping in the body heat.
2. Try Them On For Comfort
You should never buy a hat just for the way that it looks. Try it on to make sure it is comfortable because you will not want to take it off in the cold weather just because you do not like the way that it feels.
3. Find Hats That Are Waterproof
You do not want your hat to get wet, as this will make it much colder
It might sound a little strange, but we tend to keep most of our sports equipment in our car. Now this might be a little easier for our family as compared to some others since we drive an SUV and therefore have a little extra room available. That being said, we find it a quite convenient set up.
Now I’m not saying people should start going out and pulling spare tires and safety equipment out of the trunk to make room for tennis rackets and footballs, but if you have a little extra room to spare in the family vehicle, you might consider keeping some commonly used sports equipment there.
Easy to Keep Organized
We keep most of our equipment in one of those plastic milk crates in the cargo area of our SUV. This way it keeps everything together and balls from rolling all over the place when driving.
Larger items like baseball bats and tennis rackets we tend to put under the seat or in flat, but not too deep storage units under the cargo area of our vehicle, along with things like jumper cables, a small snow shovel,