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November Sports News!

Tuesday 5th November

A year five dodgeball team was entered into a festival held today at Wildern School. Ten schools from the local area participated in the event which gave all of the pupils an opportunity to improve their skills in the sport. Fair Oak played really well in their fixtures and thoroughly enjoyed the competition. Well done to all of those who took part and represented their school superbly!


Monday 11th November

Fair Oak took a strong year 3/4 side to Oakley Junior School to participate in tag rugby training matches. The session was really useful to the participating players who are beginning to build up their game play experience in preparation for future fixtures!


Tuesday 12th November

Wildern school today hosted a qualifying tournament for the Table Tennis Individual County Finals event which will be held later in the school year. Fair Oak entered eight boys and four girls into the competition which took a league format with each player playing every athlete in their group. The winners of each group would then progress into the semi-finals. Despite some fantastic performances from our players, after all of the group fixtures had been played, only one of our girls made it through and went on to reach the girls final! Unfortunately, she lost a very close encounter to her opponent from Botley by a score line of 26 points to 20. Mr Stredwick was really pleased with all of our athletes who did the school proud, showing fantastic sportsmanship throughout!


Friday 15th November

Our year 5/6 first team squad took part in tag rugby training matches with Oakley today at Fair Oak. The session was extremely competitive but was played in a fantastic spirit with both side performing superbly. Throughout the school our teams are all playing to such a high standard! Well done to all those who participated.


Tuesday 19th November

Fair Oak entered six teams into an upper school girls football tournament at Wyvern today. The tournament took on a league structure where every team played every other team with the side collecting the most points at the end being crowned overall winners. All of our teams played superbly, particularly considering that for some of the girls, this was the first time they had represented the school. After all of the matches had been completed, the final league table was as follows:




Stoke Park 1




Fair Oak 5 and Stoke Park 2

Joint 3rd

Fair Oak 3 and Upham

Joint 4th

Fair Oak 6


Fair Oak 4


Fair Oak 1


Fair Oak 2



Well done to all of our participating girls!


Friday 22nd November

Fair Oak again travelled to Oakley in Basingstoke to take part in tag rugby training matches. The players involved benefitted hugely from the session and are showing a deep understanding of the game!


Tuesday 26th November

Swanmore College was the venue for an indoor athletics event between year five and six pupils from local schools. 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 first place and have now qualified for the Hampshire School Games later in the year! The final standings were as follows:


1st - Fair Oak - 166
2nd - Botley - 124
3rd - Netley - 89
4th - Berrywood - 84
5th - Wellstead - 80
6th - Curdridge - 78
7th - Stoke Park - 75
8th - Freegrounds - 71
9th - Durley - 49
10th - Shamblehurst - 47
11th - Droxford - 35


What a great effort from all of our athletes.


Friday 29th November

The Fair Oak boys football team travelled to Portway Junior School in Andover to play their next match in the Hampshire Cup today. Portway have been performing well this year, scoring lots of goals in the process so our boys knew they would be in for a tough match. The opening quarter of the game was an even affair but Fair Oak began to take control just before half time and in a devastating spell, our boys scored three quick fire goals without reply. Despite playing really well in the second half, Fair Oak could not add to their goal tally. Well done to the team who are through to the third round with a comfortable three nil win behind them!

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