DOB 21/03/89

BIRTHPLACE Harlow, Essex (ENG)




JUNIOR CLUB Tegate Netball Club


29-year-old Jo Harten, who has signed a multi-year deal with GIANTS Netball and showed her versatility as a shooter this year. With a remarkable reach, creative plays and a uniquely defensive mindset for an attacker, Harten was a real playmaker for GIANTS in 2018. The English international had a massive 2018, including winning gold with the England Roses at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and was the GIANTS’ top goal scorer with 453 goals from 520 goal attempts.

2018 GIANTS Netball Members’ Player of the Year
2018 GIANTS Netball Most Valuable Player
2018 GIANTS Netball Players’ Player
2018 England Fast5 Team
2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist (ENG)
2017 Fast5 World Series Champions (ENG)
2017 GIANTS Netball Members’ Player of the Year
2015 Netball World Cup Bronze Medallist
2015-16 trans-Tasman Netball League NZ Conference Winner
2014 trans-Tasman Netball League co-MVP

Diamonds wrap up Quad Series

The Samsung Diamonds made a bold statement just over a month out from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games by clean sweeping the 2018 Netball Quad Series. The Australians went

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Harten to miss Quad Series

England Roses overnight announced GIANTS Netball shooter Joanne Harten will miss the Vitality Netball International Series, as part of the Netball Quad Series, due to an on-going knee injury. Having

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Preview: Fast5 World Series

The 2017 Fast5 Netball World Series gets underway TOMORROW, Saturday 28 October, at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena and we couldn’t be more excited to see six international teams go head-to-head for the

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Series decider in Hamilton

The Taini Jamison Trophy will be decided on Wednesday night, 13 September, in Hamilton after the England Roses saved the series against the New Zealand Silver Ferns over the weekend.

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NZ claim Quad Series

The New Zealand Silver Ferns have claimed the Netball Quad Series by goal percentage after defeating the Samsung Diamonds, 57-47, at Invercargill’s ILT Southland Stadium. It is the first time

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