PUPILS from Crossgates Primary School brought home the trophy from Keep Scotland Beautiful's Litter League. 
They won the national competition, which was set up to get children more involved in the environmental issue, after a huge clean-up in the village.
Lauren Gibson, learning support teacher at Crossgates PS, said: "We are so proud that we have become the national winners of the litter league after collecting an outstanding, but disappointing, 73 bags of litter from around Crossgates.
"We decided to join the litter league as we are part of the Leaf pilot scheme and we are concentrating on biodiversity, so the children wanted to make sure the bugs were not harmed by litter. 
"We were overwhelmed with the support of our local community and hope this is the start of an annual event which will help bring our community closer together."
A total of 260 pupils from the school took part in the competition.
After being crowned the winners, they received a Spring Clean Scotland trophy to keep for one year, as well as vouchers for Decathlon. 
Barry Fisher, chief executive at Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: "This first year of our litter league has proved to be a tremendous success. 
"We've seen thousands of young people get involved from all across the country to help us clean up Scotland.
"Litter league has proven that no matter your age, size or how many people are on your team, it is possible to have a positive impact and contribute to keeping Scotland beautiful.
"We are currently facing a litter emergency in Scotland and we need everyone to play their part."
Councillor Jan Wincott, Fife Council's spokesperson for environment and climate change, praised the pupils from Crossgates for "helping to create a cleaner Fife for us all to live in".