TALENTED primary school kids weren't left stumped as they showcased their cricket skills at McKane Park.

A total of 16 schools took part in Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council's Kwik Cricket Festival, which was organised by Dunfermline Carnegie Cricket Club's Lindsay Ferguson, with support from the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust and Active Schools Fife.

On the run to victory were North Queensferry Primary School, who batted away the opposition to take the pavilion glory, while Commerical, McLean and Duloch's B team finished in second, third and fourth position respectively.

Winning the festival took North Queensferry through to a Fife-wide competition, which they went on to win to secure their place at the Scottish finals, which took place in Perth last Wednesday.

The festival was held as part of a series of events in eight sports that are organised by the sports council throughout the year.

Points are awarded to the top three schools following each festival, which go towards the final totals that will determine the winners of the Sports School of the Year Award, which is presented at the Sports Council's annual awards ceremony in February.

Meanwhile, on June 10, Dunfermline and Carnegie themselves hosted a Kwik Cricket tournament for other Fife teams.

Five sides – Glenrothes, Dunikier, Largo, Falkland and the hosts – took part in what the club said was "another fabulous event expertly hosted by Lindsay Ferguson, Dunfermline's long-standing cricket advocate".