Kings Road primary win Gary Riddell Memorial football festival
Kings Road Primary School were crowned as this year's winners of the annual Gary Riddell Memorial football festival.
The winners are set to be presented with the trophy and do a lap of honour at the Pars next home game versus Morton.
The festival is run by West Fife Primary Schools Sports Association in memory of former Pars centre half Gary Riddell who died tragically aged 22 while running to raise money for the victims of the Hillsborough Disaster.
The festival is set up to be competitive but also promote fair play and good sportsmanship. To encourage attacking football and scoring goals draws and losses don't count and if teams have the same number of wins then goals scored decide the winners.
This year 23 primary schools entered and each school played eight games, lasting seven minutes each.
The games were refereed by the pupils themselves to encourage sporting integrity and six senior pupils from Woodmill High helped police the games from the sideline and collect the result.
Kings Road won six games, as did Pitreavie Primary, though the Rosyth school scored three more goals and therefore were the overall winners.
Dunfermline Athletic supported the event by donating a ticket for the forthcoming match versus Morton to every child that took part in the festival, around 230 tickets.