Pupils showed off their skills as they took part in the Active Schools Clydebank netball playoff festival recently.

All 14 Clydebank primaries attended to find out the results of the A, B and C leagues that have been running since August.

The runners up and winners from each league were announced and presented with medals and their league trophy at the event at Clydebank Leisure Centre.

Louise Morrison, Active Schools coordinator said: “A huge thanks and recognition has to be given to all the school staff and parent volunteers who have given their time each week to train teams, organise matches and ensure the games are all played.

“The leagues wouldn’t run without them and the pupils wouldn’t have the opportunity to play and represent their school in the matches and festivals.

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“So another big thank you from the Active Schools Team for your time and energy.”

The leagues were very competitive this year, with the results in some of the leagues coming down to the last few matches.

The standard of netball has also increased impressively throughout the year as a result of the hard work of pupils and their coaches.

The final results were as follows: C League - runners up St Eunan's, winners St Joseph's; B League - runners up St Mary’s, winners – Our Holy Redeemer; A League - runners up Linnvale, winners Goldenhill.

The winners and runners up then competed for three places at the West Dunbartonshire School Games Netball Final which took place on Thursday, June 13, with schools from Clydebank, Dumbarton and the Vale of Leven all competing to be crowned WDSG 2018/19 Netball Champions.