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Achievements: Commonwealth Gold Medalist, England's most-capped netball player and member of the England Netball Hall of Fame.
Jade Clarke became the most-capped England Netball player of all time, with over 150 caps, after their gold medal-winning Commonwealth Games in 2018. She has also been in the England Netball Hall of Fame since 2014.
She was selected for England back in 2002, and made her first appearance the following year in New Zealand.
During her illustrious career, Jade has competed at four Commonwealth Games and four Netball World Championships. We saw Jade playing her fifth World Cup in 2019, where she was appointed as an ambassador.
Jade was named the captain of the England team after Karen Atkinson’s retirement in 2011, and went on to captain them to their first-ever gold medal in the 2011 World Netball Series.
From 2012 Jade made the move to New Zealand, playing there and in Australia, until she re-signed for Loughborough Lightning in 2015. She decided to return to Australia in 2016 and 2017, but has since returned to England to play for the Wasps Netball team in the Netball Super League.
We’re thrilled to be supporting such a high-profile and experienced netball player and look forward to supporting her future success.