WEST FIFE’S primary school pupils were anything but stumped after they impressed at the crease during a recently-held ‘kwik cricket’ festival.

A record number of 18 schools took part in the Primary 6 festival, which was held by Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council, on Wednesday May 25.

This festival formed part of its series of 22 festivals across eight sports.

The event saw 108 pupils on the run at McKane Park as the weather remained kind.

And, as they aimed for the boundary, it was Bellyeoman who batted away the opposition to claim the glory.

After a successful day’s cricket that had no shortage of skill, Pitreavie finished behind the winners Bellyeoman and secured second place.

Meanwhile, Donibristle and Camdean performed well as they returned to the pavilion in third and fourth respectively.

The annual primary schools festival series is aimed at pupils from Primary 2-7.

It is supported by Active Schools Fife, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust and the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust.

Points are awarded to each school for participation, with the first three placed schools gaining extra points that lead to the annual Sports School of the Year Award.

The award will be presented at the sport’s council’s annual awards ceremony in February.