PUTTING general knowledge to the test resulted in a win at the bank for the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund.

The charity, which was launched in 2016 in memory of the late Crossgates Army captain by his family to support personnel and veterans living with life-changing physical and psychological trauma, raised more than £1,000 at its annual quiz night at Dunfermline's Garvock House Hotel.

Although ScotsStars claimed top honours and their place on the quiz's shield, the Memorial Fund were the big winners and Captain Seath's brother, Gary, said: "We are sincerely grateful to everyone who attended our Captain David Seath Memorial Fund Pub Quiz, which has raised over £1,000 in support of David's legacy.

"Our pub quiz provides the opportunity to enjoy a great night out in support of David's legacy, which supports personnel and veterans living with life-changing physical and psychological trauma.

"It's fantastic to welcome so many quiz teams comprising friends, family, colleagues and veterans groups, all of whom contribute to such a warm sense of community spirit."

Captain Seath was running the 2016 London Marathon in aid of Help for Heroes when he suffered a cardiac arrest, before passing away.

The Memorial Fund in his name is used to support Help for Heroes' Quick Reaction Fund, which provides specialist sports equipment, respite breaks and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) therapy, as well as helping supported employment placements, training courses and the setting up of small businesses.

So far, it has raised more than £280,000 to support more than 250 military personnel and veterans.