For the longest time I didn't know that netball was a sport, I thought it was just a weird New Zealand and Australian way of saying volleyball, I was wrong, it's a real sport!
One I find bizarre and don't totally get, but still, a sport.
While attending the Sydney World Masters Games tournament in western Australia, the women's netball team out of Greymouth, New Zealand were forced to change their name by tournament officials who were concerned about a "possible double-meaning."
The Master Baiters, whose name refers solely to the practice of Whitebaiting -- the act of catching White Bait, a herring-like fish -- were forced to change their name to the Master Netters. Doesn't quite have the same ring to it.
I can't believe the organizers thought that the Master Baiters had some double-entendre, can't some women refer to catching fish without getting accused of having sex on their brains! It's just WRONG!