Footie mad youngsters held their own World Cup tournament before school finished for the summer holidays.
The kids at St Andrew’s Primary School took part in the fifth annual event, which saw Japan and North Korea face each other in the final.
The competition allows 80 pupils at the school in primary four to seven compete in eight teams in a World Cup style contest.
North Korea won 2-0 in the final and the best young player award was given to P4 pupil Agambir Dhaliwal, who was goalkeeper for losing semi-finalists Jamaica.
Brazil were the other losing semi-finalists.