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Jets Foundation PO Box 3594, Chester CH1 9JP Tel: 01244 302010  Fax: 01244 300266 Contact Us Follow Us! Hoops4Health winners get set for Birmingham The winners of the Cheshire Jets Hoops4Health finals of finals are getting set for an away trip to the national indoor arena in Birmingham. Thelwall Junior School beat off tough competition to be named as the Jets representatives at the NIA on the 30th of April. Hoops4Health is the Cheshire Jets largest sports based community programme, through the backing of Jets Community Sponsor Carlyle finance, the Jets professional players and community coaches were been able to deliver their message of healthy eating, anti smoking, fitness and basketball skills to over 70 primary schools across Cheshire, North Wales and the Wirral. Teams from the schools the Jets delivered to then take part in an inter school tournament with the aim of being the team that represents the Jets at the NIA. A packed out Northgate cheered on the six school teams who had all made it through their own regional finals to compete at the Hoops4Health final. St Lukes CP primary took on Thelwall junior school in the first round of the competition Thelwall won convincingly with a 6-0 final score. Next up on the court was a close match up between Moseley Primary and Childer Thornton the game ended 4-4 and resulted in Childer Thornton going through after the points were decided by a shoot out. St.Lukes were defeated again when they were out played by Overleigh St.Marys who took the points 4-0. Moseley Primary then played Audlem St. James who had yet to play and narrowly beat them 5-2. Thelwall  and Overleigh St.Mary's were up next Thelwall secured their place in the semi final convincingly winning 6-2. Finally Childer Thornton and Audlem St.James The first semi final saw Thelwall book their place in the final after they overcame a strong performance from Mossley Primary. Overleigh St.Mary's also went through to the final after beating Childer Thornton 4-1. The final game of the day saw a fantastic team performance bag Thelwall Primary a trip to the NIA with a final score was of 7-2 against a disappointed Overleigh St.Marys. Jets Director Peter Hawkins said; "Myself and the Jets coaching staff are delighted that Thelwall have made it through to Birmingham, we wish them all the best of luck in the competition and are proud that they will be representing us at the NIA. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each school team that competed in this seasons Hoops4Health programme the standard was especially high" Hoops4Health Winners: Thelwall Primary School with Jets Community Coach Steven Walsh