YOUNGSTERS from West Fife primary schools served up an action-packed day of badminton at a recently-held festival.

The West Fife Primary Schools' Badminton Championships brought together kids from 12 schools to showcase their talents on the court in what was a very competitive day of play.

Supported by Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council, Active Schools Fife and Dunfermline Badminton Association, pupils taking part played a minimum of six singles matches in their respective pools, with the winners progressing to knockout competition.

There were net gains for Ayla Sharp, of Torryburn Primary; Angus McGregor, of Duloch; and Masterton Primary, who claimed the girls singles, boys singles and schools' championship titles respectively.

Praise Zvavamwe, of Masterton, and Mollie McNab, of Torryburn, finished second and third in the girls singles; Adam Ross, of Masterton, and Adam Watson, of Townhill, were second and third in the boys singles; and Torryburn and Townhill were second and third in the overall schools' category.

3rd Mollie McNab

Players taking part also received coaching from Dunfermline Badminton Association, who organise competitions at both local and national level throughout the year.

Youngsters looking to access badminton can attend sessions held by Wing Badminton Club, on Thursdays from 6-9pm, or Orion Badminton Club, on Wednesdays from 6.30-8.30pm, at Queen Anne High School.

For more information, you can find Dunfermline Badminton Association on Facebook.