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February Sports News!

 

Tuesday 3rd February

Our girls football team played a friendly match away to Riders Junior School in Havant today and came away with a three one victory. A win did not look on the cards for our girls at half time as the home side were leading by a goal to nil after a very slow start from Fair Oak. However, the Fair Oak girls showed great character to fight back in the second half with three well taken goals. Well done to all of our girls who took part.

 

Tuesday 10th February

Today our girls football team travelled to the north of the county to play St Mary Bourne in a friendly match. Fair Oak were dominant throughout and raced into an early lead and by half time were three nil up. The great performance continued in the second half and Fair Oak ended up winning the match with a final score of five goals to one.

 

Thursday 12th February

Our boys football A team played a friendly match away to Kings Worthy in preparation for their upcoming Hampshire Cup semi-final match. Conditions were good which meant that our boys were able to quickly get into their rhythm and pass the ball about nicely. This was bad news for Kings Worthy as by half time, Fair Oak were well ahead by a score of three goals to nil. The second half was a much closer affair with both sides grabbing a goal which meant that the final score was a four-one victory for Fair Oak.

 

Friday 13th February

The County Individual Table Tennis Finals took place today at Testwood Sports College in Totton, Southampton. Fair Oak had previously qualified for this event which was a fantastic achievement. The standard was extremely high and even though our pupils did not win their groups they competed well against tough opposition. Well done!

 

Tuesday 24th February

The Fair Oak basketball A team finished third in a competition held at Wildern School. The teams were divided into two groups, an A group and a B group which meant that Fair Oak had to play some very good sides right from the start! To begin the tournament, our opponents were eventual overall winners Botley who beat us by a score of four baskets to one. In the second match, Fair Oak played Freegrounds and won three nil. Our final group game was against Berrywood and again, Fair Oak were victorious by a scoreline of three goals to nil. This meant that Fair Oak finished as runners up in the group to Botley and therefore went into the third/fourth place play-off game against Upham who finished second in their group. Fair Oak ran out comfortable winners in this match by a score of seven baskets to nil. Well done to our fantastic basketball players!

 

Thursday 26th February

Stoke Park hosted a hockey competition open to year 5 and 6 pupils. Each team in the event played each other twice in a league format with the team finishing top at the end of all the matches being the overall winners. Fair Oak started off with a fantastic four nil win against Stoke Park and followed up that with a closer two one victory over Durley. Next we faced Upham and performed below par which resulted in victory for Upham by four goals to one. However, the Fair Oak team put that result behind them in the next game against Stoke Park and ran out comfortable thee one winners. Durley were next up for Fair Oak and they were duly despatched by two goals to nil which left one match left to play of the tournament against Upham. Fair Oak played with grit and determination right from the start and avenged their earlier defeat by winning the game one nil which meant that our team were crowned tournament winners. An exciting end to a great tournament!

 

Friday 27th February

Our girls football team travelled to Basingstoke to play a friendly double header against Oakley girls. Both teams were very evenly matched and both games proved very tight affairs. Oakley just shaded the first match in terms of performance but Fair Oak held on to draw nil nil. In the second game, the roles were reversed with Fair Oak much the better team. Indeed, in the second half we went very close to breaking the deadlock but unfortunately our well struck shot fizzed back off the Oakley post. Well done to the team for two very solid performances.

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