Jade Clarke is an English netball player. Primarily a midcourt defender, Clarke was selected for the England national netball team in 2002, making her senior debut the following year against New Zealand. During her international career, she has competed at four Netball World Championships, four Commonwealth Games, and the 2009 and 2011 World Netball Series. Clarke plays domestic netball in the Netball Superleague, having played four seasons with Loughborough Lightning before switching to the Northern Thunder for 2009–10. In 2010, Clarke was signed to play in the Australasian ANZ Championship with New Zealand–based team the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic, as a Temporary Replacement Player for injured midcourter Peta Scholz. In 2011, she was named as the captain of England, after the retirement of Karen Atkinson after the 2011 Netball World Championships. She captained them to a first ever gold medal in the 2011 World Netball Series.
About Jade Clarke
Netball Hall of Famer who has won international medals representing England at the Commonwealth Games and FastNet World Netball Series. In the ANZ Championships, she has played for teams like the Northern Mystics, Canterbury Tactix and NSW Swfits.
She began playing for the English national team in 2002 and made her senior debut the next year.
She was named Mainland Tactix Members' Player of the Year in 2014.
Her sister is former netball and hockey player Ashley Hall.
She and Geva Mentor are both famous English women's netball players.
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- Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic players
- Northern Mystics players
- English netball players
- Netball players at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
- New South Wales Swifts players
- Netball players at the 2010 Commonwealth Games
- Commonwealth Games medallists in netball
- Sportspeople from Manchester
- Commonwealth Games gold medallists for England