SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - 11 – 18 November 2013
CREDITS AND DISTINCTIONS
For his part as Egeus in the school play A Midsummer Night’s Dream – a Distinction
For his efforts in setting up sound and lighting and for set constructions in the Junior and School Plays and the Interact variety Show – a Distinction.
For his chivalrous gesture in helping a sick boy to the sanatorium – a Credit
Mashonaland East Certificates & T-Shirts to be presented to:
Michael Songore –
Winning gold medal in 100m race
Winning 4 Gold Medals in 100m, 200m, 4 x 100m & Medley relay in the Cossasa Games.
Moremikang Molai - Winning 4 x100m
Dellen Ziyanga - Winning 4 x 100m
Peterhouse placed 2nd in both the 2nd League and 3rd League Inter schools’ Squash Leagues. Runners Up medals to be presented to:
Murray Faber, Tom Kirk, Daniel Moolman, Dean McRoberts, Scott Heathcote
Aldair Borges, Nicholas Joughin, Munesu Muneta, Carl Robinson, Jason Steyn, Cuan Zeederberg
Troutbeck ITU Africa Cup Triathlon
Bruce Benade placed 4th , Hugo Philp placed 6th , Brett Elliot placed 8th
Gideon Benade placed 4th , Rupert Anschutz placed 6th , Mitchell Kaye placed 7th
Strathearn Brown placed 9th , Declan Bekker placed 10th
Clemens Anschutz placed 3rd
CRICKET vs Watershed - P6 W6
U14B - Peterhouse Won by 10 wickets. Unbeaten for the season
U14A - Peterhouse Won by 214 runs. Struan Moore-Gordon 64no, Ronald Mirimi 74, Dean Milne 5 for 12
U15B - Peterhouse Won by 220 runs
U15A - Peterhouse Won by 9 wickets. Robert Chiminya 4 for 23, Mazvita Nyamarebvu 38no
U16B - Peterhouse Won by 82 runs. Panashe Sanyatwe 40 runs & 5 for 2
U16A - Peterhouse Won by 201 runs. Cuan Zeederberg 123no & 4 for 6
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM– 10 – 11 November 2013
Interhouse Award for Sport for 2013
6th Founders - 114
5th Grinham - 138
4th Malvern - 183
3rd Paget -191
2nd Ellis - 216
1st Snell - 232
Interhouse Award for Culture for 2013
5thGrinham and Paget - 58
4th Malvern - 72
3rd Snell - 77
2nd Ellis - 81
1st Founders - 94
Interhouse Gallaher Trophy for 2013
6th Ellis - 465
5th Malvern - 475
4th Grinham - 476
3rd Paget - 477
2nd Snell - 479
1st Founders - 486
Interhouse Award for Academics for 2013
6th Ellis -150
5th Malvern - 158
4th Paget - 171
3rd Snell - 207
2nd Founders - 242
1st Grinham - 272
Overall Interhouse trophy for 2013
6th Malvern - 413
5th Paget - 420
4th Founders - 450
3rd Ellis - 454
2nd Grinham - 468
1st Snell - 509
Commonwealth Essay Competition
Gold awarded to Vincent Dzuda for the Common Wealth Essay Competition.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM – 9 – 04 November 2013
TENNIS - Half colours for tennis awarded to Ettiene Frei.
SWIMMING - Mashonaland Short course Gala
Kurt Steiner placed 1st in 50m, 100m, & 200m Breaststroke and 2nd in 50m & 100m butterfly.
Riaan Du Plessis placed 3rd in 50m breaststroke and 100m backstroke
Hugh Ferguson placed 2nd in 50m butterfly
Tonderai Ndudzo placed 1st in 50m butterly, 2nd in 50m breaststroke & 50m freestyle & 3rd in 100m breaststroke.
Joshua Nyatsanza placed 3rd in 50m freestyle.
Full colours for swimming awarded to Sean Edwards.
TRIATHLON - Series Event 2
Boys 16-17 Half Standard distance:
Gideon Benade placed 2nd , Rupert Anschutz placed 3rd
Clemens Anschutz placed 1st
U15 Todd Beare Trophy Zimbabwe Trials
Vs CBC Lost 3 – 11
Vs Falcon Lost 2 – 10
Vs St Johns Lost 2 – 7
Vs Hellenic Lost 2 – 3
Vs St Georges Lost 3 – 4
Simon Sharwood has been selected into the Zimbabwe U15 Waterpolo team to tour South Africa in the holidays.
vs U14A Hellenic Day Night Festival
Peterhouse finished top of their pool and made it to the Final vs St Johns. In the final St Johns made 56runs off 6 overs and Peterhouse made 49runs falling 17 runs short. We therefore finished 2nd in the tournament.
Shaun Davis received ‘Batsman of the tournament’
Liam England received ‘Wicket Keeper of the tournament’
vs St Georges
U14C Peterhouse 226, Hermat Rana & Tanatswa Mataruse both made 54runs. St Georges 188.
Peterhouse won by 38 runs
U15A Peterhouse 219, Tafadzwa Fantiso 58. St Georges 125. Peterhouse won by 94 runs
U15B Peterhouse 114, St Georges 114 for 5. Peterhouse lost by 5 wickets
U15A St Georges 360 for 5, Peterhouse 116. Peterhouse lost by 224 runs
U16B Peterhouse 170 , St Georges 173 for 6. Peterhouse lost by 4 wickets
U16A St Georges 194, Peterhouse 64. Peterhouse lost by 130 runs
Thanks to Adam Hulley and Sean Nyamusa for officiating and looking after the U14 and U14C teams.
DEBATE and PUBLIC SPEAKING
Half colours awarded to Kingsley Zvikaramba, Ayanda Mhlanga and Tinotenda Mashavava.
Full colours awarded to Tererai Matavire and Munyaradzi Madziyire.
Half colours awarded to Farai Matongo and Michael Mudawarima.
Full colours awarded to Dylan dos Santos.
Christopher Joughin is awarded Half Colours for Drama for his continuing outstanding efforts in the Fieldsend Hall in ensuring the proper management of all stage crew, and for his willingness to arrange for the correct setting-up of the sound equipment at all major sporting and cultural activities at all three schools, wherever needed
SERVICE TIE AWARD
Tererai Matavire for his service to Debate and Public Speaking - for designing and typing all programmes in 2012 and 2013, and for his assistance in preparing venues for all matches and seminars.
MUSIC APPOINTMENTS 2014
Deputy head Choristers
- Slyden Baipai
- Engisani Kavila
- Jonathan Zimuto
Head of Instrumental Music
- Sam Whitcomb
This is the highest honour that can be bestowed upon a Peterhouse boy.
Roger has made an outstanding contribution to Tinokura, Squash, Tennis and the Chapel and has consistently displayed all the attributes and more expected of a Peterhouse Prefect.
AneUnhu has been an outstanding member of our debating team frequently adjudged as the best speaker; he has played 1st X1 hockey; he has been a long-standing member of the School Choir but above all else he has been a Head of School of the highest calibre.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM – 8 – 28 October 2013
BASKETBALL vs Gateway - P6 W5 L1
1st Won 40 – 22
U16A Won 33 – 18
U15A Won 24 – 12
U15B Lost 6 – 4
U14A Lost 7 – 16
U14B Won 18 – 4
BASKETBALL vs Watershed - P4 W3 L1
U14B Lost 10 – 14
U14A Won 15 – 10
U15A Won 38 – 8
U16A Won 18 – 14
1st Rained Off
BASKETBALL - St Georges U16 Tournament
vs St Ignatius Lost 14 – 16
vs Goldridge Won 19 – 16
vs Lomagundi Won 28 – 20
vs Westridge Won 21 – 12
Quarter Final vs St Georges Lost 15 – 24
TENNIS - Coach Laz competed in the Claudius Murape Memorial Tournament, in the doubles with his partner Martin Dzuwa and they won the gold medal.
TENNIS - InterHouse
Juniors Won by Malvern, Seniors Won by Ellis
6th Place Paget 25pts
5th Place Founders 41pts
4th Place Grinham 44pts
3rd Place Snell 61pts
2nd Place Malvern 62pts
1st Place Ellis 68pts
MOUNTAIN BIKING - Peterhouse Inter-Schools Mountain Bike Challenge
U19 25km Race – Brad Ross placed 1st
U17 20km Race – Strath Brown placed 1st
U15 15km Race – Kegan Smith placed 1st & Dane Van Duren placed 3rd
The boys in the triathlon team participated in a "Pink" triathlon on Sunday to help fund raise and bring awareness for breast cancer. All the money raised was given to the Cancer Association of Zimbabwe.
CRICKET - St Johns T20 Festival
U14A Beat Prince Edward by 44 Runs. Beat St Georges by 4 wickets. Lost in the Final to St Johns by 69 Runs. Peterhouse placed 2nd out of 6 Teams. Hayden Brain bowled 3 for 16 and made 44 runs, Ronald Mirimi made 48 runs, Luke Precious made 39 & 44no runs.
U15A Lost to Prince Edward by 15 Runs. Beat St Johns by 6 wickets to make the Final. Beat St Johns in the Final by 4 wickets. Peterhouse placed 1st out of 6 Teams. Robert Chiminya bowled 4 for 22 & 4 for 15 and made a 50Tadiwa Munyawarara scored 90 runs in the final.
U16A Beat Prince Edward by 7 wickets. Lost to St George’s by 6 wickets. Lost to St Johns by 8 wickets Walter Huchu made 66 runs. Peterhouse placed 4th out of 6 Teams.
vs Prince Edward Won 38 – 7
vs Peterhouse Girls Won 38 – 5
Seniors Won 70%; Watershed 64%
Rukomborero Mashumba was the best second speaker with 75%. The best speaker Watershed had 79%.
vs St John’s
Seniors: Peterhouse Won 63%; St John’s 60%
Juniors: Peterhouse Won 65%; St John’s 54%
Humphrey Chiramba was the best speaker in the juniors contest with 68%; the second best speaker had 65%.
Two A Block Boys, Vincent Dzuda and Ransford Antwi, have been nominated for the 2013 "The Standard" Newspaper "Cover To Cover" Short Story writing competition awards. The event is to be held on the 5th of December, 2013 at the Rainbow Towers.
Their essays were submitted in June this year.
Silver Cock’s Tie to be presented to ARTHUR MATAURE for his long service to the Quiz Club – he has captained it for three consecutive years.
Musician of the year award
Takunda Moyo was selected Musician of the Year at a competition held last week at PHG. (Trophy to be presented)
Jason Khupe, Simbai Makwiranzou, Slyden Baipai, Jonathan Zimuto, Engisani Kavila, Chiko Banda, Takudzwa Mapupu, Timothy Sachiti, Tafadzwa Mushita
Panashe Chauruka, Moreme Molai, Tawanda Masawi, Craig Chuma, Sam Whitcomb, Takura Moyo
Munya Madziyire, AneUnhu Gwatidzo, Tafara Mafemera, Noel Frei, Tashinga Muchena, Jason Khupe, Ishe Kujeke, Philip Hanly, Simbai Makwiranzou, Tino Ranganai
To be commended for excellent Mark Orders:
Andrew Dollar, Prosper Mapfeka, Arthur Mataure, James Duthie, Ransford Antwi, Ranganai Makoni, Ketan Desai, Vincent Dzuda, Tafara Nyadundu, Keith Chipungu
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM -7- 14 October 2013
Peterhouse pin awarded to Shingira Rugube - Snell V Form
He found $60 in the Snell common room and handed it in to the duty member of staff. The owner was then located and the money was returned.
ALLIED ARTS FESTIVAL – VISUAL ARTS WINNERS
HONOURS - Pieter van Wyk
FIRST GRADE - Agripa Badza, Lachlan Summerfield, Brendan Eggersglusz
Group work - Karl Welman, Tafadzwa Fantiso, Tugamirai Manikai
DEBATE vs Heritage
Seniors drew; Juniors drew
1st Snell, 2nd Founders, 3rd Ellis, 4th Malvern, 5th Paget, 6th Grinham
BASKETBALL vs St George’s - P8 W4 L4
1st Won 41 – 34
This was a fantastic game where we came from behind to win. It was the perfect example of what playing 1st team sport for Peterhouse is all about. The boys came from behind and fought for every possession. They were dressed as a team, played as a team, played for each other and represented their school. It wasn’t about how cool the players looked but about fighting to win – it was brilliant! Peterhouse Basketball is in great shape!
2nd Won 28 – 8, 3rd Won 32 – 15, U16A Lost 18 – 23, U16B Lost 18 – 27, U15B Lost 4 – 28, U14A Lost 9 – 30, U14B Won 11 – 6
U15A St Johns Tournament
vs Westridge Won 35 – 16
vs St Johns B Won 36 – 16
vs St Georges Lost 14 – 17
SWIMMING - Inter-Schools Gala @ Les Brown
1st St Johns 422 pts, 2nd St Georges 345, 3rd CBC 341, 4th Hellenic 286
5th Peterhouse 268, 6th Prince Edward 87, 7th St Ignatius 81
Outstanding Swims by: Kurt Steiner, Douglas Coleman, Riaan Du Plessiss, Sean Edwards, Graham Edwards & Simon Sharwod.
TABLE TENNIS - Inter-schools Championships held at Westridge.
The Peterhouse U15 team was placed third.
TENNIS vs Prince Edward - P4 W2 L2
First team Lost 0 – 12, U16 Won 7 – 5, U15 Lost 4 – 8, U14 Won 8 – 4
League Points PH 4 - Prince Edward 4
VOLLEYBALL - Peterhouse U16 Tournament
Vs Cherutombo Lost 0 – 2
Vs Harare International School Won 2 – 0
Quarter Final vs Harare International School Lost 0 – 2
WATERPOLO - U19 Crusader Sheild Waterpolo Tournament - P5 W1 L4
vs St Georges Lost 7 – 9, vs St Johns Lost 8 – 18, vs Falcon Lost 5 – 15,
vs Hellenic Lost 4 – 10, vs C.B.C Won 9 – 6
Overall Placings: Peterhouse placed 5th out of 6 schools.
Congratulations to Richard Werrett for being selected to represent the Zimbabwe U19 Team in South Africa in December.
CRICKET vs St Johns - P9 W4 L5
U14A - Peterhouse 137. St Johns 137 for 8. Peterhouse Lost by 2 wickets
U14B - Peterhouse 189. St Johns 143. Addmore Mawere 5 for 10. Peterhouse Won by 46 Runs
U14C – Peterhouse 286. St Johns 287 for 9. Peterhouse Lost by 1 wicket
U15A - St Johns 273. Peterhouse 227. Robert Chiminya 93. Peterhouse Lost by 46 runs
U15B - Peterhouse Lost by 10 wickets then played a T 20 match which they lost by 13 runs
U16A – Peterhouse 265 for 7. Adrian Kok 90. St Johns 194. Peterhouse Won by 71 runs
U16B – Peterhouse 253. Benjamin Saunders 52no. St Johns 123. Bradley Roos 4 for 11. Peterhouse Won by 130 runs
2nd XI – Peterhouse 192. Scott Heathcote 54, Daniel Reichenwater 50. St Johns 190 Richard Chapman 4 for 45. Peterhouse Won by 2 runs.
1st XI - Peterhouse 140. St Georges 143 for 2. Peterhouse Lost by 8 wickets
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - 6 – 7 October 2013
SILVER COCKS TIES
Silver cocks ties are awarded to the following for their work on the 2012 Magazine:
Tererai Matavire, Aldair Borges, Dairai Mutandiro, Nyasha Mawungwe, Tinotenda Matienga, Tafadzwa Siyawamwaya
CHESS - Interhouse Chess
1st Malvern, 2nd Founders, 3rd Ellis, 4th Grinham, 5th Paget, 6th Snell
Half colours for Chess awarded to Tamuka Chinyadza.
COMBINED SCHOOLS CONCERT
The Peterhouse Orchestra, String Band, Wind Band, Big Band and Choir took part in the Combined Schools’ Concert at the Celebration Centre in Harare last Tuesday night, which was a great success and one of the best ever. Many thanks to all those who took part, for their many hours of hard work in rehearsing and practising and travelling, and particular thanks to Mr St John for preparing our boys and girls and for conducting the Big Band.
DEBATE vs Chisipite
Juniors Lost. Seniors Drew. Munyaradzi Madziyire was co-second best speaker
vs Arundel Lost 29 – 30
vs Peterhouse Girls Won 63 – 4
BASKETBALL vs Bernard Mazeki College - P8 W3 L5
1st Won 29 – 12
2nd Lost 6 – 9
U16A Won 16 – 12
U16B Lost 15 – 18
U15A Won 17 – 15
U15B Lost 5 – 21
U14A Lost 4 – 14
U14B Lost 3 – 13
BASKETBALL - Watershed U20 Tournament
Group Stages – vs St Georges Lost 20 – 23, vs Lomagundi Won 17 – 12
Quarter Final – vs Prince Edward Lost 35 – 50
Basketball full colours awarded to Tamuka Chinyadza and Jeffrey Madondo.
Peterhouse won the 1st Team League (Trophy presented to Malvern Maparura 1st Team Vice Captain)
Peterhouse won the 2nd Team League (Trophy presented to Cole Broxham 2nd team Captain)
Peterhouse won the U16 Team League (Trophy presented to Walter Huchu U16 Team Captain)
Peterhouse won the Overall Top 8 Schools League (Trophy presented to Daniel Moolman 1st Team Captain)
SWIMMING - St Ignatius Gala
1st St Georges 182pts, 2nd Peterhouse 174, 3rd Hellenic 161, 4th St Johns 124, 5th St Ignatius 100, 6th Prince Edward 79
Kurt Steiner won the open breaststroke and Peterhouse won the u14 freestyle relay.
Peterhouse also won the roll up relay for the first time in 7 years.
TABLE TENNIS vs Alan Wilson - P7 W4 L3
TENNIS vs St George’s College - P3 W1 L2
First team Lost 2 – 10, U16 Postponed, U15 Lost 2 – 10, U14 Won 7 – 5
Boys 14-15 Quarter Distance:
Bruce Benade placed 2nd, Michael Benade placed 8th, Brett Elliott placed 9th
Boys 16-18 Half Standard Distance:
Gideon Benade placed 2nd, Mitchell Kaye placed 4th, Rupert Anschutz placed 6th
Declan Bekker placed 10th
VOLLEYBALL vs Prince Edward
U15 Won 2 – 1, U16 Lost 1 – 2, 1st Lost 1 – 2
Volleyball full colours awarded to Philangezwi Mudambanuki and Mutandwa Machemedze.
U15A Friendly matches at St Johns - P2 W2
Peterhouse U15A vs Chisipite U15A Won 7 – 2; vs Hellenic U15A Won 6 – 3
U15B - P1 L1
Peterhouse U15B vs Hellenic U15A Lost 1 – 7
1st & 2nd Team Friendly Matches – Saturday 5th October at Chisipite
Peterhouse 2nds vs St Johns 2nds Lost 4 – 12
Peterhouse 1sts vs St Johns 1sts Lost 4 – 9
U17 Accorsi Cup Tournament - P6 W1 L5
vs Falcon U17A Lost 1 – 13
vs Prince Edward U17A Won 18 – 0
vs St Georges U17A Lost 4 – 7
vs St Johns U17A Lost 1 – 10
vs C.B.C U17A Lost 3 – 10
vs Hellenic U17A Lost 4 – 8
1st Place Hellenic
2nd Place C.B.C
3rd Place St Johns
4th Place Falcon
5th Place St George’s
6th Place Peterhouse
7th Place Prince Edward
Congratulations to Travis Landing for selection into the Zimbabwe U16 Squad and to Daniel Hutchings for selection as a non-travelling reserve.
vs Springvale House
U14C Peterhouse Won by 69 runs. Tadiwa Govore 51 no and Tofara .
Chikwanha 5 for 6
T20 matches Played 4 Won 3 Lost 1
U14A Peterhouse won by 40 runs
U15A Peterhouse 117 for 7. Tafara Madziwanyika 57. Falcon 120 for 9. Robert Chiminya 4 for 19. Peterhouse won by 4 wickets
U16A Peterhouse Lost by 3 wickets
1st XI Peterhouse 192 for 3. Michael Lampen 75, Daniel Moolman 70. Falcon 180. Peterhouse won by 22 runs.
50 Over Matches Played 9 Won 5 Drew 1 Lost 3
U14A Falcon 137 for 8. Peterhouse 138 for 8. Peterhouse Won by 2 wickets
U14B Peterhouse 521 for 6. Ronald Merimi 86, Tafadzwa Fantiso 75, Nick Freemantle 100no. Falcon 146. Peterhouse Won by 375 Runs
U15A Peterhouse 129. Falcon 131 for 6. Peterhouse Lost by 4 wickets
U15B Match drawn
U16A Falcon 110. Peterhouse 115 for 8. Peterhouse Won by 2 wickets
U16B Peterhouse 168. Falcon 157. Kuda Sanyatwe 6 for 25. Peterhouse Won by 11 runs
3rd XI Peterhouse Lost by 18 runs
2nd XI Falcon 245. Andrew Chapman 4 for 32. Peterhouse 176. Scott Heathcote 59. Peterhouse Lost by 69 runs
1st XI Peterhouse 250 for 7. Campbell Saul 74no, Shawn Nyamusa 90. Falcon 166. Walter Huchu 4 for 37. Peterhouse Won by 84 runs
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - 5 – 30 September 2013
BASKETBALL vs St Johns - 7 W2 L5
1st Lost 37 – 55
U16A Lost 23 – 31
U16B Lost 20 – 21
U15A Won 23 – 22
U15B Lost 2 – 29
U14A Lost 13 – 30
U14B Won 14 – 11
BASKETBALL - U20 Prince Edward Tournament
vs St Johns Lost 10 – 17
vs M.C.C Won 16 – 13
vs Petra Won 20 – 6
vs P.E. 2nds Won 18 – 6
Quarter Finals vs St George’s Lost 13 – 16
BASKETBALL - Interhouse
Juniors Won by Malvern
Middles Won by Malvern
Seniors Won by Paget
6th place Founders
5th place Ellis
4th place Snell
3rd place Grinham
2nd place Paget
1st place Malvern (Trophy to be presented)
Nicholas Freemantle came 3rd in the 85cc A Division Bogwheelers Competition on 29 September 2013. (Trophy to be awarded)
MOUNTAIN BIKING - Interschools Mountain Biking September
Top schools and riders from SA, Namibia and Zimbabwe were represented. 70 riders started each race.
U19 Boys – Mike Adamson placed 41st
U16 Boys – Strath Brown placed 36th
U15 Boys – Brett Elliot placed 21st
Soccer half colours awarded to Humphrey Manyani, Munyaradzi Rusere, Tafadzwa Zimbango and Mbuliswa Matshe
TABLE TENNIS vs Tynwald - P8 W8
U18 Won 4 – 0
U15 Won 4 – 0
Wei Lou placed second in the U15 category at the Spin Masters Tournament held at Harare International School.
TENNIS vs Watershed - P4 W4
First team Won 12 – 0
U16 Won 8 – 4
U15 Won 7 – 3
U14 Won 11 – 1
League Points PH 8 - St Johns 0
VOLLEYBALL vs Harare International School - P4 W4
U15 Won 2 – 1
U16 Won 2 – 0
2nds Won 2 – 1
1st Won 2 – 1
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM – 4 – 23 September 2013
PETERHOUSE PIN – Fadziso Chikonyora for picking up and handing in $20 to Mr Nzanga.
BASKETBALL vs Watershed - P8 W3 D1 L4
1st Lost 56 – 63
2nd Lost 11 – 20
U16A Won 16 – 13
U16B Won 9 – 7
U15A Won 26 – 6
U15B Lost 8 – 1
U14A Lost 8 – 10
U14B Drew 6 – 6
BRIDGE vs Westridge
Pairs 1 & 2 43 – 11
Pairs 3 & 4 8 – 21
Overall 51 – 32
vs Springvale House
U14C Peterhouse 181. Maita Mutsai 59 and 5 for 4. Peterhouse Won by 146 runs
vs Lendy Park
U14B Peterhouse Won by 4 wickets
Vs Milestone College Touring team
U16A Walter Huchu, Alex Makuvise, Connor McMillan, Jordan Stockil and Adrian Kok all retired on half centuries, Dylan Driscol 3 for 3
Peterhouse Won by 279 runs
vs St Georges - P11 W6 L5
U14A St Georges 188. Peterhouse 191. Brendon Naude 79. Peterhouse Won by 4 wickets
U14B Peterhouse 295. Ronald Merimi 91, Tafadzwa Fantiso 57. St Georges 128. Steven Roos 4 for 18. Peterhouse Won by 167 Runs
U14C Munashe Musuka 51no & took 3 wickets Peterhouse Won by 114 runs
U15A Peterhouse 181 for 8. St Georges 122 for 3. Scott Innes 4 for 20. Peterhouse Won by 59 runs
U15B Peterhouse 109. Daniel Dombojena 54 no. Peterhouse Lost by 8 wickets
U16A Peterhouse 194. Rodney Sachiti 62. St Georges 195 for 7. Alex Makuvise 3 for 15, Nick Joughin 3 for 17. Peterhouse Lost by 3 wickets
U16B St Georges 354. Benjamin Saunders 5 for 20 (hattrick). Peterhouse 84. Peterhouse Lost by 270 runs
3rd XI Match one - Peterhouse Lost by 8 wickets. Match two - Peterhouse Won by 10 wickets
2nd XI St Georges 242. Scott Heathcote 5 for 23. Peterhouse 106. Peterhouse Lost by 136 runs
1st XI Peterhouse 170. Daniel Moolman 46. St Georges 133. Peterhouse Won by 37 runs
MOTORCROSS - Net-One National Moto – X Series
John Evans placed 3rd in the 85cc B division. (Medal to be presented)
ROWING - Hunyani Rowing Club Regatta Sunday 15th September
Quad - Peterhouse placed 1st (Robert Stevenson, Panashe Manghundla, Francois Green, Steven Colquhoun)
Double - Peterhouse placed 1st (Robert Stevenson & Francois Green)
ROWING - St Georges Regatta
Quad - Peterhouse placed 1st (Robert Stevenson, Julien Landry, Francois Green, Steven Colquhoun) Winning the Dan White Trophy to be presented to the Crew.
Double - Peterhouse placed 1st (Robert Stevenson & Francois Green)
Quad - Peterhouse placed 3rd
Double - Peterhouse placed 3rd
Double - Peterhouse placed 1st (Reigan Parham & Edward Somers-Walters)
Single - Peterhouse placed 1st (Julien Landry) & 4th
SWIMMING - Prince Edward Gala
1st St Johns 277 pts
2nd St Georges 267
3rd Hellenic 262
4th Peterhouse 222
5th St Ignatius 149
6th Kutama 148
7th Prince Edward 96
SOCCER - CHISZ Soccer League
Peterhouse won the Northern Region league so attended the play offs at MCC at the end of last term.
At the play off’s:
Semi Final vs Falcon Won 3 – 1
Final vs C.B.C Lost 4 – 5 on penalties after a 1 – 1 draw.
Mashonaland East Provincial Championships
Peterhouse vs Uzumba Drew 0 – 0
vs Murewa Won 2 – 0
Quarter Final vs Lebernberg Lost 1 – 2
TABLE TENNIS vs Westridge - P7 W7
U18 Won 3 – 0
U15 Won 4 – 0
TABLE TENNIS vs Gateway - P7 W4 L3
U18 Lost 1 – 2
U15 Won 3 – 1
TENNIS vs St Johns - P4 W0 L4
First team Lost 4 – 8, U16 Lost 3 – 9, U15 Lost 0 – 12, U14 Won 0 – 12
VOLLEYBALL - Marondera High Tournament- Saturday 21 September.
Peterhouse were knocked out in the group stages having played 3 and lost 3.
VOLLEYBALL vs St Johns
U15 Lost 1 – 2
U16 Lost 0 – 2
2nds Won 2 – 0
1st Won 2 – 1
WATERPOLO - Zwart U15 & U19 Invitational Waterpolo Tournament
U15 - P3 L3
Peterhouse U15A vs C.B.C U15A Lost 7 – 9
vs Falcon U15A Lost 2 – 12
vs St Georges U15A Lost 3 – 4
1st Place St Johns, 2nd Place Falcon, 3rd Place C.B.C, 4th Place Hellenic, 5th Place St George’s, 6th Place Peterhouse
U19 - P3 L3
Peterhouse 1st vs St Georges 1sts Lost 2 – 9
vs St Johns 1sts Lost 2 – 12
vs C.B.C 1st Lost 3 – 4
1st Place St Johns, 2nd Place Falcon, 3rd Place Hellenic, 4th Place St George’s, 5th Place C.B.C, 6th Place Peterhouse, 7th Place Prince Edward
Full colours awarded to Jake Le Breton and Richard Werret.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - 1 – 2 September 2013
Peterhouse attended the Annual St Georges T 20 tournament last weekend as the Defending Champions.
The tournament was attended by 12 schools including 3 from South Africa.
Peterhouse was in group B with Prince Edward, Christian Brothers College and St Benedicts from South Africa.
Peterhouse beat Prince Edward and CBC with a bonus point in each match and lost on the 2nd last ball to St Benedicts by 3 wickets. The points gained from the first two matches ensured PH won the group to go through to the semi-final.
The semi-final match was against St Georges.
Peterhouse thrashed them by 7 wickets earning another bonus point, chasing down a total of 149 in just 13 overs and thus gaining a place in the Final against St John’s.
Star performances with the Bat in all matches came from.
Campbell Saul with 141 runs with two half centuries,
Daniel Moolman with 165 runs with two half centuries
Shawn Nyamusa and Brendon Mandivenga both scoring two innings of 30 at important stages of the competition and Dean Peall who thrashed St Georges for 78 of 34 balls in the semi-final.
Star performers with the ball were Carl Robinson, Walter Huchu, Dean Peall and Tapiwa Gadzikwa.
Dean Peall got two 4 wicket hauls one of which was in the Final and Tapiwa Gadzikwa despite having a serious eye injury from his first match bowled exceptionally well in both the semi-final and Final getting 2 wickets in each match at vital stages and was very economical in those two spells.
The final was a close match. We made a competitive 156 for 3 with Campbell Saul making 59 ,Shaun Nyamusa 32 and Daniel Moolman 39.
Dean Peall had bowled PH into a strong position with 4 for 29. At 148 for 7 St John’s needing 8 to win off the final over; Tapiwa Gadzikwa had the responsibility of bowling. He reduced St John’s to 152 for 9 with his first four balls , which meant they needed 6 runs to win off 2 balls and The 6 off the final ball ......... Peterhouse won by 5 runs to retain the T20 Champion trophy.
It was an especially impressive achievement as the side selected was a young team. Consisting 3 x B Block, 4 x A Block, 1 x Form V and 5 VI Formers.
The team for the final included 3 B Block and 2 A Block boys combined with the seniors.
Could the team please stand so the School can see the 2013 Champions and captain Daniel Moolman come forward to receive the trophy.
As I’m sure you know last term we won the school’s rugby league coming top in all three levels, U/16, 2XV and 1XV but because I was away at the time I was unable to congratulate all concerned. Very well done to all our senior rugby players and their coaches – what a marvellous achievement.
Our recent success in the St George’s cricket festival and the rugby league mean that we are without doubt a top sports’ playing school and that’s where I want us to remain. At Peterhouse we are in the business of winning.
ATHLETICS - U20 Youth Games Results - Michael Songore
Athletics team captain Mash East
100m Gold, 200m Gold, Relay 4x 100m Gold, Relay Medley Silver
Overall- Mash East came 1st out of the 10 provinces
Awarded Best Athletics Team (men category)
BASKETBALL - Gateway School Festival
vs Churchill Lost 55-70
vs Mufakose Lost 52- 55
vs Gateway A Lost 41-46
vs Prince Edward Lost 32- 36
vs Gateway B Won 43-21
vs St John’s Lost 25-35
SAILING - Short report on African Optimist Sailing Championships – held in Langerbaan, South Africa
78 sailors in the competing fleet – from all over Africa
4 out of 6 sailors selected for the Zimbabwean Team were from Peterhouse
Kegan Stubbs – 29th
Christopher Crawford – 30th
Ryan Kluckow – 36th
Kenneth Raynor – 51st
VOLLEYBALL - Tour to South Africa
We travelled smoothly to and from South Africa
We did very well in the group stages where we came second. We, however, lost to Churchill of Zimbabwe in the quarter finals.
Short Report on the Upper Zambezi and Batoka Gorge Expedition from Mrs Shoesmith
17 boys, 4 girls and 2 staff paddled 183Km down the Mighty Zambezi River these holidays.
3 days were spent paddling inflatable canoes on the river above Victoria Falls, down several Grade Two rapids and dodging several hippos. We camped on the side of the river in tents.
5 days were spent paddling inflatable rafts down the Batoka Gorge below Victoria Falls, through a large number of very big rapids. We had to portage all our kit and 4 large rafts around two very large waterfalls along the way. We slept on sandy beaches deep in the Gorge. We stopped at Deka Drum where the gorge opens up into wider, more open hills.
The Explorers also visited Victoria Falls and its rainforest, mingled with Elephant, met Cheetah and an Aardwolf at the Wild Horizons Animal Sanctuary and many of them did all the major adrenalin Gorge Activities, like the 70m free- fall Gorge Swing, while staying in Vic Falls town.
All came home tired, but in one piece!
PETERHOUSE RIFA TRIP 2013
A large number of staff and pupils also went to RIFA under the leadership and direction of Mrs Raynor
The programme involved shooting and dissecting impala, making impala stew, target practice, walking in the bush discussing and identifying whatever was found, including birds and vegetation of various types and some follow up academic work and there was also time for leisure – fishing etc.
John Osborne collected some buffalo carcass offcuts which were tied to a stake and attracted noisy hyaenas all night –good viewing but not much sleep.
Lions were heard and fresh tracks followed but we missed them – they were in front of camp the day after we left!
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - – 2 – 9 September 2013
BRIDGE - Interhouse Bridge
1st Grinham 107
2nd Ellis 96
3rd Paget 72
4th Snell 65
5th Malvern 59
6th Founders 51
vs St John’s U15A Lost 5-0
vs St Georges U15A Won 5-1
U16A vs Marondera High
Peterhouse 280 for 7, Connor Mc Millan 76 n.o, Adrianne Kok 106 n.o. Marondera 145, Dylan Driscoll 4 for 22, Peterhouse Won by 135 Runs.
1st XI vs St Benedicts South Africa
Peterhouse 235 for 9 Dean Peall 36 Campbell Saul 52 Daniel Moolman 59
St Benedicts 110 for 7 Walter Huchu 3 for 31
Shawn Nyamusa 3 for 12 in 13 overs. Match Drawn
Congratulatory handshake from the Rector - Adrianne Kok 106 n.o.
Special Mention to Dean Peall for maintaining the high ethical standards expected of Peterhouse sportsmen, by walking without having to be given OUT when he snicked the ball to the wicketkeeper.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS MICHAELMAS TERM - 3 – 16 September 2013
BASKETBALL vs Prince Edward - P8 W5 L3
1st Lost 25 – 31, 2nd Won 36 – 6, U16A Lost 15 – 16, U16B Won 24 – 20, U15A Won 24 – 15, U15B Lost 12 – 14, U14A Won 24 – 14, U14B Won 14 – 6
TABLE TENNIS vs Watershed - P10 W10
U18 won 5 – 0, U15 won 5 – 0
TABLE TENNIS vs Goromonzi - P4 W1 L3
TENNIS vs Chisipite - P4 W2 L2
First team Lost 4 – 7, U16 Won 7 – 5, U15 Lost 2 – 7, U14 Won 8 – 1, League Points PH 4 - Chisipite 4
VOLLEYBALL vs St George’s College - Played 4 won 2
1st Lost 1 – 2, 2nd Won 2 – 1, U16 Lost 1 – 2, U15 Won 2 – 1
WATERPOLO - Friday Friendly matches at St Johns - P3 L3
Peterhouse U15B vs Hellenic U15B - Lost 2 – 4
Peterhouse U15A vs St George’s U15A - Lost 0 – 6
Peterhouse U15A vs St John’s U15A - Lost 1 – 9
WATERPOLO - Saturday Friendly matches at St Johns - P6 L6
Peterhouse U17A vs Hellenic U17A - Lost 2 – 9, vs St Johns Lost 3 – 6
Peterhouse 2nds vs Prince Edward 1st - Lost 7 – 8, vs St Johns College 2nds Lost 3 – 6
Peterhouse 1sts vs Hellenic 1st - Lost 5 – 7, vs St Georges 1st Lost 4 – 6
CRICKET vs Prince Edward P9 W6 L3
U14A - Prince Edward 142, Hayden Brain 3 for 24, Peterhouse 143 for 7, Hayden Brain 40, Peterhouse Won by 6 wickets
U14B - Peterhouse 317, Brandon Eggersglusz 42 n.o, Prince Edward 42, Peterhouse Won by 275 Runs
2nd Match - Prince Edward 28, Brandon Eggersglusz 3 for 1 (hattrick), Peterhouse 29, Peterhouse Won by 10 wickets
U15A - Prince Edward 111, Robert Chiminya 3 for 32, Tapiwa Mataranyika 4 for 13, Peterhouse 114 for 3, Peterhouse Won by 7 Wickets
U15B - Prince Edward 249, Daniel Dombojena 3 for 48, Peterhouse 84, Peterhouse Lost by 165 Runs,
U16A - Peterhouse 285, Conner McMillan 101, Robert Sachiti, Prince Edward 53, Alex Makuvise 3 for 15, Nick Joughin 3 for 17, Peterhouse Won by 232 Runs
U16B - Prince Edward 111, Mobie Van Wyk 3 for 30, Brandon Holloway 3 for 17, Peterhouse 113 for 2, Peterhouse Won by 8 Wickets
2nd XI - Peterhouse 162, Akshay Patel 51, Prince Edward 163 for 9, Adam Hulley 4 for 24, Peterhouse Lost by 1 wicket.
1st XI - Prince Edward 156, Tapiwa Gadzikwa 6 for 18 in 7.1 overs, Peterhouse 155 all out, Peterhouse Lost by 1 run
Half colours awarded to Shawn Nyamusa.
Full colours awarded to Campbell Saul.
DEBATE - Peterhouse Invitational Debate Tournament 2013
vs Watershed: Peterhouse Lost 62%; Watershed - 63%
vs Heritage: Peterhouse Won 63%; Heritage 60%;
The overall winners of the tournament were The DOMINICAN CONVENT.
Award of certificates:
Ane Unhu Gwatidzo was the second Best Speaker and in the second debate Munyaradzi Madziyire was second Best Speaker.
QUIZ - Hosted by St. John's College/Ballantyne Spar
Peterhouse Juniors came 8th out of 15 schools.
Peterhouse Seniors also came 8th out of 15 schools.
BRIDGE vs Convent
Peterhouse won 42 - 15 (PHB won all three matches)
BRIDGE vs Peterhouse Girls
Peterhouse won 24 – 10 (PHB won 2 matches with 1 match abandoned)
CHESS - League Chess
vs Allan Wilson Seniors lost 1-5
COMMON WEALTH ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION
Mr Nzanga posted some essays from the English department to the UK in April this year. The following boys won some prizes and will get certificates before the end of the year:
VINCENT DZUDA - SENIOR GOLD AWARD
RIAAN KOTZE - SENIOR SILVER
RODNEY SACHITI - SENIOR BRONZE
GARIKAI MUHWATI - JUNIOR BRONZE
TINOTENDA HERI - JUNIOR BRONZE
ANESU MUZONDO - JUNIOR BRONZE