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Tuesday 7th February
Fair Oak entered two teams into a friendly hockey festival held at Hamble College. Competing teams were divided into three pools. In Pool A, Fair Oak B began with a one nil win against Bursledon followed by a one all draw with Botley. In their last match they lost by four goals to one against a very strong Freegrounds team. Fair Oak A began their Group C matches with a two nil win against Berrywood but then lost two nil to Netley Abbey before finishing with a convincing four one win against Upham. These results meant that both Fair Oak teams finished in a creditable second place in their groups. Well done to all those participating players!
Thursday 9th February
Fair Oak played in a hockey County Finals qualifying tournament today held at Wyvern between local schools. Fair Oak began their pool matches with a one nil win against Wellstead before drawing nil nil with Shamblehurst. That pattern was repeated in the next two fixtures as well – a one nil win over Freegrounds and a nil nil draw with Droxford. These results meant that Fair Oak topped their group and would play Upham in the semi final. In this match Fair Oak produced a super display to win three nil which set up a final against Freegrounds who had beaten Berrywood in the other semi final. The final was an extremely close affair and at the end the score was goalless which meant the match went to a golden goal decider. Unfortunately Fair Oak conceded their first goal of the tournament and therefore finished as runners up. We will now have a tense wait to see if Fair Oak will be awarded one of the runners up spots at the County Finals tournament to be played later on in the year.
Tuesday 14th February
Fair Oak entered three 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, both Fair Oak B and C finished with six points and a share of fifth place overall while Fair Oak A finished in second place with fifteen points, just a point behind Upham A who won the event. Well done to all of our fabulous hockey players for a great tournament!
Thursday 16th February
Four of our top year five and six cross country runners had previously qualified for the Eastleigh and Winchester and Hamble District trials which were held today at Fleming Park. All of our athletes did brilliantly, particularly as they were running against the best runners from the area. Two of our boys finished very impressively in fifth place and fourteenth place. This really is a great achievement. Well done to our competitors!
Tuesday 28th February
Today sixty pupils took part in an internal tag rugby tournament. Pupils were split into six teams with every team playing every other team in a league format. After all of the fixtures had been played Fair Oak A ended up as competition winners. Well done to all of our fabulous tag rugby players.