The third stage of Tasmanian netball's return to play plan got underway on Friday.
Players can train as normal under the new rules, with contesting, contact-drills and match play allowed, but sessions can not exceed 60 minutes.
Training attendance will be set on a 'per court basis' by venues, with a maximum of 50 in order to adhere to attendance limits, while change rooms may be made available.
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Community netball can also restart with up to 500 people allowable per undivided outdoor space, and 250 people allowable per undivided indoor space [or one person per two square metres - whichever is less].
Associations will make the call on the number of attendees allowable 'per court or team', a restart date and availability of change rooms while adhering the guidelines.
The Tasmanian Netball League will start on July 24, with the size of crowds to be "determined by the capacity restrictions imposed on the applicable venues".
Netball Tasmania chief executive Aaron Pidgeon said the move into stage three was exciting for participants statewide.
"We expected that we may be able to recommence contesting training mid-July, but to be able to recommence now means that athletes will feel fit, confident and ready to hit the court for matches as the individual competitions start to recommence in July," he said.
"We understand that it still won't quite be Netball as usual, and we may still be quite a way from seeing the full return of spectators, but it's a fantastic step back into competition and is beyond where we expected we might be by this stage."
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