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Jade Clarke says she’s happy Loughborough Lightning are being labelled the dark horse of this season’s Netball Superleague, because she’s focused on settling some unfinished business and winning the title after returning to the club.

Clarke returns to the top English Netball league, and Lightning, after five years playing in the ANZ Championship, taking in spells with Waikato Magic, Northern Mystics, Canterbury Tactix and the Sydney Swifts.

The 32-year-old midcourter, who has 123 caps for England and captained them at last year’s World Cup, has been reunited with former Lightning team-mate Karen Atkinson, who is now head coach at the University-based franchise.

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