YOUNGSTERS from Foulford Primary School displayed some super stick work when they competed at a hockey festival recently.

They were one of 22 primary schools who participated in the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust P7 Indoor Hockey Festivals, which were held at Pitreavie, over two days.

A total of 25 teams were in action with Foulford taking to the pitch on day one of competition.

They went on to finish second, just behind winners Pitreavie, and ahead of Lynburn and St John’s primaries.

The festivals are supported by Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council, whose secretary, Lindsay Weir, commented: “The standard was very high and the completion was fast and furious.

“The festivals were supported by Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council, Dunfermline Carnegie Hockey Club and their coaches, along with pupils from Dunfermline High School, who umpired and managed the scoring.”

The second day saw St Margaret’s, Aberdour ‘A’, Dalgety Bay and Touch completing the top four. The hockey festivals are part of a series of events in eight sports organised by the sports council that take place throughout the year.

Points go towards a final total, which then determines the winners of the Sports School of the Year Award.