Jo Harten will return to Loughborough Lightning for the Fast5 All-Stars competition.

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England stalwart Jo Harten can make a dramatic return to Loughborough Lightning for this month British Fast5 All-Stars competition.
Named as the All-Star choice of Lightning, Harten yields to the club after an eight-year lack to play in the competition on Saturday 12.
Even the 30-year-old has enjoyed a stellar career to date and got her 100th England cap during this summertime Netball World Cup, where the hosts listed a complete.
During her previous four-year stay using Lightning, Harten developed to become one of the clubs youngest which makes her international debut.
Harten transferred to pursue a fulltime contract in the ANZ league after graduating from Loughborough University at 2012.
Before signing for Suncorp Super Netball facet Giants Netball at 2017, in which she still plies her trade, she transferred to Waikato Magic.
Im very enthusiastic to be rejoining Lightning for this seasons British Fast 5 All-Stars, explained Harten.
Loughborough is my second house for Netball and that I can not wait to pull on the Lightning dress and lineup some long shots…let us do this!
Lightning Head Coach Sara Bayman is thrilled to their effort that was Fast5 and she believes her experience and talent will prove to be invaluable.
it is a huge boost to possess Jo as part of our Fast5 squad. Shes a world class shot and is always exciting to watch with all the flair that she brings to the game, explained Bayman.
As a Loughborough alumna, she is a person we are extremely proud of and can be a role model for future and current Lightning players
The championship includes an line 12-minute games and also a Golden Buzzer Power Play.
The tournament is an all-action day of non-stop netball and theyre set to declare their entire squad.
Sky Sports is your house of netball and it contributes to your screens beginning with the British Championships on Saturday October 12, if they see South Africa in November while the Roses return to activity under coach Jess Thirlby.

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