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Tuesday 1st December
Fair Oak entered four teams into a year three, four and five girls football tournament held at Wyvern between local schools. The teams were split into two groups with the winners of each group playing in the final and the runners up in each group playing for third place. Pool One was made up of Fair A, Fair Oak B, Fair Oak C and Stoke Park A. In Pool Two were Fair Oak D, Upham, Stoke Park B and Durley. Each team played every other team in their group once. After all group matches had been played, the winners of Group One were Fair Oak A. Fair Oak B narrowly lost out on second spot to Stoke Park A while Fair Oak C finished with a point for their efforts. In Group Two, the winners were Durley and the runners up were Stoke Park B. Fair Oak D finished in fourth place but should be proud of themselves as this was the first tournament for all of these girls. This meant that the final was between Fair Oak A and Durley. In this game, the two teams looked to be fairly evenly matched until Fair Oak took the lead with a well taken goal. The flood gates then opened and the final score was four nil to Fair Oak which meant that they were crowned tournament winners! Third spot was won by Stoke Park A who beat their B team by a goal to nil. All of our teams should be really pleased with themselves for the way they played and conducted themselves throughout the competition. Well done girls!
Friday 4th December
Our girls table tennis team had previously qualified for the prestigious country finals tournament held at Testwood College in Totton. As usual, the standard of play between the teams was unbelievably high but our team really gave a good account of themselves. The competition took a league format where each team played every other team. Fair Oak began with a fixture against a strong Brokenhurst team and unfortunately lost. We then lost out narrowly to both Fair Isle and St Marys but ended our tournament with a win against Crainswater which gave us an overall finishing position of fourth. Well done to all of our fabulous players!
A group of twelve pupils visited Banister Park Bowling Club for a bowls taster session today. The children were taught the basics such as how the scoring works, types of delivery, ditch rules and tactics. The Fair Oak pupils listened to instructions brilliantly and as a result, they all made great progress and had fun!
Tuesday 8th December
Hamble College was the venue for an indoor athletics event between local schools including Berrywood, Bursleden, Shamblehurst, Netley Abbey and Fair Oak. Competitors scored points depending on how well they did in their track and field events and these points were collated to give an overall team total. The boys and girls points were then added together to give a school total. When our athletes had finished their events and the calculating was completed, Fair Oak ended up in second place overall with 178 points, just behind Berrywood who won the event. What a great effort from all of our athletes.