Big Storage Cheshire JetsThe Big Storage Cheshire Jets are happy to announce that their highest scorer of 2008/09 season Chez Marks will be returning to Chester after signing late last night for another season at the Northgate.

The 6ft 2 shooting guards Jets season came to an abrupt end back on the 1st of March during a Warrington home match against Worcester Wolves when Chez suffered a broken arm in the second quarter with doctors predicting he's be out of action for up to six weeks. Since returning to Kentucky Chez has been working with physios and doctors to regain the form that saw him entered into the BBL team of the week on several occasions.

Speaking to us last night Chez said,

"I was delighted to get the Call from coach smith to invite me back for a second year it definitely feels like I've got unfinished business at the Jets. At the point of breaking my arm we'd gone eight games undefeated and it felt like we were the best form team in the league at the time. I look forward to coming back to Chester to try for some well earned silver wear this season. I have missed the team and the home fans who have shown me so much support."

Chez will be flying back into the UK to start training at the end of August, before the start of the season at the end of September.

Head Coach Paul Smith says;

Chez has consistently been a top class player across Europe for the last five years. His three point shooting was amongst the best in the BBL last year. Due to injury Chez only played half of the games last season and as Chez say's we all believe there is unfinished business for the Jets from last season. For the team bringing back Chez will mean the younger players and junior Jets will have a great role model to look up too both on and off the court. We look forward to welcoming him back in August.

Recruitment for the rest of the squad is making progress and we hope to have further announcement over the next few week.