Primary schools throughout the North West travelled to Liverpool Hope University to take part in the first ever Northern Schools Quidditch Championship.
The game is often described as somewhere in between touch rugby, netball and basketball, really energetic with the children having loads of fun.
The North West has been selected for this event, due to the popularity of the sport within primary schools across the area and was organised by Enrich Education.
And it turned out to be a fantastic tournament with all the schools trying their hardest to reach the final and be crowned champions.
The final saw a Liverpool versus Manchester with St Aloysius Primary School from Liverpool against Woodheys Primary School, from Manchester and what a final it was with Woodheys seeker Victoria Williams catching the Golden Snitch in the dying seconds to win the match, Woodheys Primary were crowned Northwest Quidditch Champions!
Joint third place places went to Evelyn Primary School, Prescot and Wharton Primary, Salford.
Coach Nick from Wharton Primary School tweeted: What an amazing day today was! Some of our children competed in the Quidditch Northern Finals over in #Liverpool They all worked so hard and did fantastically well. Coach Nick was very proud of you all. Big thanks to @enrichedu for organising.”