Jade Clarke joins centenary club after leading England against Australia

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England Netball would like to congratulate Jade Clarke for winning her 100th cap for England during yesterday’s clash against Australia. This milestone is an outstanding achievement, marking the already wonderful career of the ever-popular mid-courter. 

Clarke was first selected to play for England in 2002, making her senior debut the following year against New Zealand. During her international career, she has competed at two Netball World Championships, two World Netball Series, and lead the England FastNet team to gold on home soil in 2011.

After a fantastic season in the ANZ Championship, picking up the accolade of being named Canterbury Tactix Player of the Year, Jade is currently captaining the England Netball team in her third Commonwealth Games.

Everybody at England Netball would like to further extend our congratulations to Jade for her incredible achievement, and wish her all the best as she continues to lead the team.

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