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April Sports News

Tuesday 17th April

Our netball team took part in a qualifying tournament today for the Hampshire Games in June. They had already had to qualify for this stage by finishing in the top two of a previous competition earlier in the year to make it this far as had all of the other competing teams. The standard of play was therefore very high indeed. The teams were spilt into pools with the top two from each group making it through to the semi-final. Fair Oak began with a three on loss to Wellstead. Despite the scoreline, our team put in a very good display. This was followed up with a five nil loss to Freegrounds and then another loss, this time two nil against Droxford. These results meant that Fair Oak finished bottom of the group and would play off for seventh place overall against Netley Abbey. In a close game it was Netley Abbey who just shaded it, winning by a single goal to nil. This meant that Fair Oak finished in eighth place. Well done to all of our fabulous netballers who battled hard against tough opposition throughout the event!

 

Friday 20th April

Fair Oak today hosted Oakley for some lower school tag rugby training matches. The session was really useful to our squad who are beginning to build up their game play experience ready for our upcoming tournaments. Well done to all the players involved!

 

Monday 23rd April

Today Fair Oak travelled to Oakley for further lower school tag rugby training matches. The session was again really useful to our squad in preparation for our tournament in Overton later this week. Well played to all those who took part!

 

Tuesday 24th April

Fair Oak entered a team into a year five and six golf tournament today which was held at Wildern. All participating teams worked their way around a series of stations which were designed to improve every element of their game from putting to driving with points being scored depending on how well the teams performed at each activity. At the end of the tournament when the team totals had been added together our pupils scored four hundred and ten points which put the in third place overall. Well done to our golfers for a great overall team performance!

 

Thursday 26th April

Along with over forty other schools, our lower school tag rugby team entered the Overton Sparkling Tag Rugby Tournament today. Teams were put into pools with the top teams and the two best group runners up making it through to the quarter finals and the knock out stages. Fair Oak began with a four nil win over Oakley Otters and followed that up with a five nil win against Rucstall Primary. South View Junior were then beaten three nil before two nil win over Hatch Warren. Our final group game resulted in another victory, this time three one against Ashford Hill Primary. These results meant that Fair Oak won their group and therefore went through to the quarter finals to face Great Binfields. In a very tight match, it was unfortunately our opponents who came out on top by two tries to one. Despite this loss, our team should be proud of themselves for such a great performance throughout the day. Well done to all those who participated!

 

Friday 27th April

Springhill visited Fair Oak today to play an upper school friendly tag rugby match. The fixture gave our players a useful run out in preparation for the County Finals next week. The first half was dominated by Fair Oak who were eight five up at half time. The second half continued in much the same way and by the final whistle, Fair Oak had won convincingly by seventeen tries to six.

  • Fair Oak Junior School
  • Botley Road, Fair Oak, Eastleigh
  • Hampshire, SO50 7AN
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