Loughborough Lightning inspired into the British Fast5 All-Stars Championship title as they beat against Wasps Netball in the final in the Burger Box Arena.
From start to complete the crowd was mesmerised by the England shooter with her outstanding accuracy and her shots from the five-point zone.
Scored 40 points during their Electricity Play against Wasps in the title-deciding contest. Her successful work together with the exceptional defence of Lightning in order to deliver the last success that was 61-35.
This has been so much fun, explained Harten after the fulltime whistle.
I never play with a smile in my face but this type of women have been electrical this whole moment. The audience have been electrical what a feeling.
I am 30-years-old now and I feel so rejuvenated. We have got 18/19-years-old working so tough to get us the ball, players and it has been completely team effort. It has been a privilege to pull on the Loughborough purple again.
Lightning, who last won the contest flew they would finally meet again Wasps, at the closing.
With the competition format dictating two victories delivered an automatic spot, Lightning had a opportunity to rest-up before falling upon the shock package of this contest – Celtic Dragons.
Dragons proved to be a real push under the guidance of head coach Tania Hoffman and made their debut at the championships.
Shooter Lucy Herdman led their bill with her confidence and range and the all-purpose game of Herdman caught Serena Guthrie who had been part of their Sky Sports presentation team at the Copper Box Arenas eye.
Dragons had a chance to sneak their with a three-point shot on the final play at 35-33 down, but it just bobbled the rim off.
Wasps semi-final competitions were Surrey Storm, that also proved to be a dynamic force in London, as their director of netball and player Mikki Austin drove on them.
The block for these was Rachel Dunn since the England global found her five-point variety.
Both Wasps and Lightning are not strangers in regards to encounters in major finals, both clearly vividly remember before Grand Finals and this Fast5 All-Stars shoot-out delivered.
Dunn set a five-pointer on the tone until Harten immediately said,Anything that you could do, I will do too, and also the turning point came when Lightning pushed against the Golden Buzzer.
The Power Play, following only two-and-a-half minutes, saw them go from 10-5 in front to 40-5 since Hartens masterclass performed.
After Loughboroughs cushion was established the hard-yards were sent in defence as Sam May utilized her understanding of her competitions to snaffle ball while Hannah Joseph and Jasmin Odeogberin also stood outside.
Lightning marched to secure their next Fast5 All-Stars name in the space of 3 decades and confidently were able to include Wasps.