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February Sports News - Fair Oak Make Premier League Stars History!

Monday 4th February

Fair Oak entered two boys teams and two girls teams into the first qualifying tournament of the Premier League Primary Stars Football Competition held at Goals in Millbrook, Southampton. Only three boys and three girls teams would make it through to the next stage which will be held at The Staplewood Training Complex later in the month. Our girls team performed really well throughout. Our inexperienced B team lost all six of their matches but their performances improved as they played more fixtures. Our A team ended up with two wins, one draw and three defeats. These results meant that they just qualified for the knock out stages where they lost to a very good Bitterne Park side by five goals to nil. Our boys B team also ended up with two wins, one draw and three losses. Unfortunately they just missed out on the knockout stages. Our boys A team finished top of their group with a record of five wins and one loss from their six matches. This put them through to the knock out stages where they would play New Church from the Isle of Wight. A win would see them through to the next stage and our boys delivered with an emphatic nine one win! Well done to the boys for a super result. Mr Stredwick was pleased with the way that all of our players performed today and was particularly impressed with the attitude of all of our teams. They really made our school proud!

 

Tuesday 5th February

Fair Oak took two development teams to play in a hockey tournament held today at Hamble College. The majority of both teams had not played a competitive hockey fixture before but they all performed superbly. Fair Oak 1 began with a nil nil draw with Berrywood and then lost their next fixture two nil to Botley 1. Next up were Upham and our team put in a great performance to win by a goal to nil. In their final fixture, Fair Oak came up against an extremely strong Freegrounds 1 team and unfortunately it was our opponents who were victorious by three goals to nil. Fair Oak 2 began their campaign with a one nil loss to Freegrounds 2 and then lost to Durley by three goals to nil. Next up was a nil nil draw with Botley 2 before a final one nil win against Netley! These results meant that neither of our two sides qualified for the final but Mr Stredwick was extremely proud of how all of our players performed. Well done to all of our fantastic hockey players!

 

Tuesday 12th February

Today Fair Oak hosted a table tennis team event for years 5 and 6. Fair Oak entered three boys teams and two girls teams into the competition. After all of the fixtures had been played, our boys A team finished in first place, the B team finished in second place while our C team finished in third position! Our girls teams also performed really well. The A team were overall girls winners, while our B team finished as runners up! Well done to all of our table tennis players for doing the school proud.

 

Friday 15th February

The Fair Oak boys football team today played their final qualifying competition for the Premier League Primary Stars Finals which will be held in Wolverhampton on 21st May. The standard of the football on show was high as all of the competing teams had already had to qualify for this event. Fair Oak began with a hard fought one nil win against Scantabout and followed that up with a comprehensive seven nil win over Springhill! Shaftsbury were our next opponents and Fair Oak won again, this time by three goals to one which meant that Fair Oak would play St Marks from Salisbury in the quarter finals. Our boys put in another solid performance to win by three goals to nil. Kings Worthy were our semi-final opponents and at the final whistle, the score stood at one all. The match therefore went to penalties with Fair Oak holding their nerve to win four three. A well organised, physical St Monica team were our opponents in the final. Neither side could find a break-through in normal time or extra time so this match was also decided on penalties. Fair Oak were again victorious, this time by three penalties to two. What a magnificent achievement by the team. Fair Oak have made Premier League Stars history by becoming the first Southampton school to retain the trophy!

 

Tuesday 26th February

Fair Oak entered five teams into a hockey tournament held at Wyvern between local teams. The competition took a league format with every team playing every other team. After all the fixtures had been completed, the final standings were as follows:

 

Team

Points Total

Fair Oak 1

21

Fair Oak 2

14

Stoke Park 1

14

Upham

14

Durley 1

12

Stoke Park 2

8

Fair Oak 4

6

Fair Oak 3

4

Durley 2

4

Fair Oak 5

0

 

Well done to all of our fabulous hockey players for a great tournament!

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