SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 8 - 25th March 2013
Inter-Provincial National Athletics
Peterhouse boys were part of the Mashonaland East Provincial Team on Thursday & Friday last week competing at the National Sports Stadium. The performance of the Peterhouse boys was absolutely brilliant. It is the most successful performance within the last 10 years at this level of competition. Mashonaland East came first with 34 gold medals. Manicaland were second with 14 gold medals out of the 10 provinces in Zimbabwe. The Peterhouse Boys achieved the following medals:
MEDALS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE FOLLOWING:
Tamuka Chinyadza - 800m
Tinotenda Musengezi - Medley Relay
Michael Songore - Medley Relay
Brendon Madivenga - Javelin
Gregory Mhindu - 400m
Dellen Ziyanga - Medley Relay
Ryan Gore - Medley Relay
Tapiwa Muringani - Hammer
Michael Lampen - Javelin
Ethan Brown - Discus
GOLD: Shingai Kusena - Triple jump
Gregory Mhindu - 4 x 400m
Dellen Ziyanga - 4 x 100m
Moremekimang Molai - 4 x 100m
Timothy Jaravani - Shot
Michael Songore - 100m, 200m, 4 x 100m & 4 x 400m
The Following athletes were selected into the Zimbabwe U18 Athletics team to compete in the COSSA games to be held in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium on the 4th & 5th May 2013: Michael Songore
Gregory Mhindu, Timothy Jaravan, Michael Lampen
St John’s Interschools Athletics Competition
Overall Placings out of 6 Schools:
6th Hellenic 180pts, 5th Lomagundi 227pts, 4th Prince Edward 251pts, 3rd St John’s 320pts, 2nd Peterhouse 380pts, 1st St George’s 387pts
HALF COLOURS FOR ATHLETICS AWARDED TO:
Michael Lampen, Dellen Ziyanga, Adam Hulley, Timothy Jaravani, Christopher Sandys Thomas
FULL COLOURS FOR ATHLETICS AWARDED TO:
Ethan Brown, Tapiwa Muringani, Tinotenda Musengezi, Tapiwa Paradza
FULL COLOURS FOR ATHLETICS AWARDED TO:
6th Founders 7pts, 4th Tied – Malvern & Paget 12 pts, 3rd Grinham 16pts, 2nd Snell 18pts, 1st Ellis 19pts Trophy to be presented
RAZ Nationals Regatta Sunday 24 March 2013
The following placed first in their events:
Men’s A Quad - Robert Stevenson, Johan Kropp, Francois Green, Murray Faber, Jan Dirk Visagie
Men’s A Double - Johan Kropp, Murray Faber
Men’s C Double - Julien Landry, Reigan Parham
Men’s A Single - Murray Faber
Men’s Intermediate Single - Steven Colqhoun
Men’s C Single - Julien Landry
Friendly game vs Marondera High on Sunday
2nd Drew 3 – 3, 1st Drew 0 – 0
On Friday Peterhouse hosted the Mashonaland East Table Tennis Tournament which was attended by eight schools within the province.We entered boys in the Under 15 and Under 18 categories and the following were placed in the top four positions and will represent the province at the interprovincial tournament to be held in June.
At U15 level - Wei Chen Lou was placed forth
At U18 level - Nick Mataka came third, Munashe Makwindi came second, WenSheng Qi came first. Certificates to be Awarded.
vs Gateway P10 W5 L5
U18 - lost 2 – 4, U15 - won 3 – 1
The following Peterhouse boys participated in the Triathlon SA Championships. It was a great effort from all our triathletes. They were outstanding in their race performance and they were good ambassadors for their school and country.
Elliott Brett - 4th - 12-13 Male out of 16
Benade Michael - 7th - 12-13 Male
Benade Gideon - 3rd - 14-15 Male out of 73, Kaye Mitchell - 4th, Anschutz - 8th, Benade Bruce - 12th, Philp Hugo - 28th
Philp Marcus - 4 - out of 32, Anschutz Clemens - 6, Payne Connor - 16
Rautenbach Blake - 21 out of 27
HALF COLOURS FOR TRIATHLON AWARDED TO:
Clemens Anschutz, Connor Payne, Marcus Philp
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 7 (19th) & 8 – 25th February 2013
ATHLETICS - Prince Edward Sprint Challenge
First Place certificates to award:
Ryan Gore U20 1500m; Tanaka Chinyadza U20 800m; Gregory Mhindu U17 100, 200 & 400m; Michael Songore U20 100 & 200m
Overall Placings out of 9 Schools:
9th Gateway 82pts; 8th Heritage 88pts; 7th Alan Wilson 99pts; 6th Churchill 103pts; 5th St John’s 111pts
4th Lomagundi 121pts; 3rd Peterhouse 170pts; 2nd Prince Edward 171pts; 1st St George’s 177pts
ATHLETICS - Peterhouse Inter-Schools Relays
Peterhouse 1st places:
U14 Discus; U14 Shot Put; U14 Triple Jump
U16 Triple Jump; U16 4 x 1 500m
U18 Discus; U18 4 x 1 500m; U18 4 x 800m; U18 4 x 400m; U18 4 x 200m; U18 4 x 100m
U20 Discus; U20 High Jump; U20 Javelin; U20 Long Jump; U20 Shot put; U20 Triple Jump
U20 4 x 400m; U20 4 x 200m; U20 4 x 100m
Overall Placings out of 8 Schools:
8th Churchill 125pts; 7th Lomagundi 152pts; 6th Marondera High 153pts; 5th Kutama 191pts
4th St John’s 194pts; 3rd Prince Edward 214pts; 2nd St George’s 262pts; 1st Peterhouse 303pts
An outstanding effort by the Peterhouse Relays team. Congratulations to all the athletes and Mr Chirombe for a fantastic performance. To the rest of the school who were there to support, congratulations and thank you for your outstanding efforts supporting. The support was brilliant and as a result the day was a great success for Peterhouse.
Half colours for Athletics awarded to Gregory Mhindu.
BASKETBALL vs Watershed - P8 W4 L3 D1
1st Won 36 – 34; 2nd Won 29 – 22; U16A Lost 19 – 20; U16B Won 21 – 12; U15A Won 22 – 10; U15B Lost 0 – 12; U14A Lost 6 – 8; U14B Drew 2 – 2
CHESS vs St Dominic’s
Seniors Won 4 – 2; Juniors Won 4 – 0
CRICKET vs Springvale House
U14C Springvale 48 Kumbirai Jena 2 for 2, Rufaro Chifamba 2 for1, Tafara Chikwanha 2 for 0, Peterhouse 51 for 6. Peterhouse won by 4 wickets
U14C Peterhouse 151 for 3. Jason Burl 68 not out. Springvale 90. Panashe Nyakudanga 3 for 10. Peterhouse won by 61 runs and go unbeaten in the first term
vs Marondera Mens Select XI
1st XI Peterhouse 176 Cambell Saul 47, Daniel Moolman 83 n.o. Marondera XI 178 for 4. Peterhouse lost by 6 wickets
Full colours for Cricket awarded to Tapiwa Gadzikwa and Daniel Moolman.
DEBATE - Westridge Invitational Debate
vs Convent - Peterhouse Won 85%; Convent 78% - Muyaradzi Madziyire was best speaker with 88%.
AneUnhu Gwatidzo was second best speaker with 87%.
Semi Finals vs Eaglesvale
Peterhouse Lost 64%; Eaglesvale 67% - Munyaradzi Madiyire was second best speaker with 69%.
DEBATE - Watershed Junior Debate Contest
Peterhouse Won 69%; Watershed 65%
Brad Ross competed in the Zimbabwe National Mountain Biking Challenge in the U18 age group and achieved a silver medal. (Medal to be presented)
QUIZ - Prince Edward Quiz
Juniors came 10th out of 12 schools.
Seniors (with 50 points) came 3rd out of 12 schools (trailing the winnders by only 2 points).
Overall Peterhouse came 8th out of the 12 schools.
The following boys have been selected into their relevant Zimbabwe junior teams to tour South Africa:
U13 - Jason Burl & Struan Moore-Gordon
U13B - Luke Precious & Hamish Rendel
U19 - Roger Cox
SWIMMING - Inter-Provincial Results from half term
Medals to be presented:
Kurt Steiner – achieved 1 bronze and 2 silver medal even though he was considerably ill. He was withdrawn from all his other races due to his illness. (handshake – medals at home)
Sean Edwards – achieved 1 gold and 4 bronze medals.
Riaan du Plessis – achieved 1 bronze medal and achieved personal best times in all his events.
TENNIS vs Prince Edward - P4 W1 L3
1st Lost 0 – 12; U16 Lost 1 – 11; U15 Lost 4 – 8; U14 Won 12 – 0
League points: Peterhouse 2 – Prince Edward 6
TENNIS - Inter Provincial Tournament
Mashonaland East teams were placed 6th out of the 10 provinces for both the under 15 age group and the under 19s
Two boys from Peterhouse were selected for the Zimbabwe squads to tour South Africa in September:
U19B - James Worswick; U15A - Nelson Madziyire
VOLLEYBALL vs Churchill P4 W1 L3
1st Lost 1 – 2, 2nd Lost 1 – 2, U17 Lost 0 – 2, U16 Won 2 – 1
The following have been selected into the 2013 preliminary Zimbabwe U15 Waterpolo squad, to attend a squad training camp in the August Holidays:
Jonhathan Bailey, Keegan Stubbs, Simon Sharwood
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 6 – 12th February 2013
ALL MATCHES WERE RAINED OFF.
BRIDGE vs Convent
A’s Won 30 – 27, B’s Won 21 – 16
BRIDGE vs Peterhouse Girls
A’s Lost 21 – 29, B’s Won 43 – 22
CRICKET VS FALCON - P9 W2 D3 L4
U14B Peterhouse 287. Japhta Mpofuso 50 n.o. Himal Rana 57. Falcon 18. Tapunun Macdonald 4 for 6. Peterhouse Won by 269 Runs.
U14A Falcon 124. Vaughn Peall 6 for 40. Peterhouse 224. Sean Davis 48. Falcon 120 for 2. Rain stopped play Match drawn.
U15B Peterhouse 89. Falcon 92. Tadiwa Dzuda 4 for 23. Peterhouse lost by 6 wickets.
U15A Peterhouse 174. Robert Chiminya 42. Falcon 154. Scott Innes 7 for 52. Rain stopped play Match drawn.
U16B Peterhouse 137. Falcon 138 for 5. Peterhouse Lost by 5 Wickets.
U16A Peterhouse 256. Walter Huchu 118, Keith Bruce 61. Falcon 105. Alex Makuvise 4 for 29.
Following on Falcon 191. Alex Makuvise 4 for 35. Peterhouse needing 40 to win with rain threatening got 42 for 6 Peterhouse won by 4 Wickets.
3rd XI Falcon 210. Peterhouse 145. Peter Flack 35 n.o. Peterhouse Lost by 65 Runs.
2nd XI Falcon 241. Peterhouse 71. Peterhouse Lost by 170 runs.
1st XI Peterhouse 138. Falcon 150. Peterhouse 56 for 5. Rain stopped play match drawn.
CROSS COUNTRY - Prince Edward Invitational
Overall Placings out of 13 Schools:
6th St Georges 494, 5th Kuwadzana 484, 4th Chinhoyi 481, 3rd Peterhouse 428, 2nd Chuchill 348, 1st Prince Edward 328
DEBATE vs Westridge
Seniors Peterhouse Won 68%; Westridge 66%, AneUnhu Gwatidzo was the best speaker with 78%. Juniors Peterhouse Won 67%; Westridge 65%. Ayanda Mhlanga was the best speaker.
John Evans competed in the Bog Wheelers 85B competition and placed 1st. Overall in the Bog Wheelers championship he was placed 3rd
QUIZ - Westridge Interschools Quiz
Juniors came 3rd out of 13 schools, Seniors came 6th out of 15 schools. Overall Peterhouse came 4th out of 15 schools.
ROWING - Peterhouse Regatta
Mens A Quad - Placed 1st - Robert Stevenson, Johan Kropp, Francois Green, Murray Faber, Jan Dirk Visagie
Mens C Quad - Placed 2nd
Mens A Double - Placed 2nd
Mens B Double - Placed 3rd
Mens C Double - Placed 3rd, Placed 5th, Placed 7th
Mens A Scull - Placed 2nd, Placed 5th, Placed 6th, Placed 7th
Mens B Scull - Placed 3rd
Mens C Scull - Placed 4th, Placed 5th, Placed 6th, Placed 7th
SQUASH - P3 W3
Peterhouse A vs St George’s A Won 3 – 1
Peterhouse B vs Gateway B Won 3 – 1
Peterhouse C vs Convent A Won 4 – 1
SWIMMING - St George’s Gala
7th St George’s B 88pts, 6th Prince Edward 140pts, 5th St Ignatius 148pts, 4th Hellenic 210pts, 3rd Peterhouse 246pts, 2nd St George’s A 272pts, 1st St John’s 300pts
SWIMMING - Hellenic Gala
6th St Ignatius 67pts, 5th Prince Edward 80pts, 4th Peterhouse 151pts, 3rd Hellenic 172pts, 2nd St Georges 197pts, 1st St John’s 202pts
TABLE TENNIS vs Westridge - P10 W8 L2
U15 Peterhouse Won 3 – 2, U18 Peterhouse Won 5 – 0
TENNIS vs St George’s - P4 W1 D1 L1
U14 Won 10 – 2, U15 Drew 6 – 6, U16 Lost 12 – 0, 1st Lost 10 – 2
Boys U13 Quarter Distance: Brett Elliott 2nd , Michael Benade 4th
Boys U15 Quarter Distance: Gideon Benade 1st , Mitchell Kaye 2nd , Bruce Benade 3rd , Rupert Anschutz 4th, Hugo Philp 12th , Keegan Smith 13th, Declan Bekker 14th
Boys U17 Half- Standard Distance: Connor Payne 3rd
VOLLEYBALL - ATS U20 Tournament at St George’s - P7 W5 L2
vs Christian Brothers College Won 2 – 0, vs South Eastern College Won 2 – 0, vs St George’s B Won 2 – 0, vs St George’s A Lost 0 – 2, vs St John’s Won 2 – 0, In the semis vs CBC Won 2 – 0, In the final vs St George’s A Lost 0 – 2
The following were selected into the ATS Volleyball team:
Mutandwa Machemedze, Philangezwi Mudambanuki, Tashinga Muchena, Tafara Mafemera, Tapiwa Paradza, Takunda Marimira
Half colours for Volleyball are awarded to Komborero Chiwara, Tapiwa Paradza and Tashinga Muchena.
WATERPOLO - Grant Tilley Trophy at St John’s
1st Team - P4 W1 L3
Peterhouse vs St George’s Won 10 – 9, Peterhouse vs Falcon Lost 10 – 4, Semi-Final Peterhouse vs St John’s Lost 15 – 8, 3rd/4th Play off Peterhouse vs Hellenic Lost 7 – 5. Overall Peterhouse placed 4th out of 6 schools in the Grant Tilley Trophy.
Congratulations to: Travis Landing, Daniel Hutchings, Sean Edwards, Richard Werrett and Jake LeBreton for being selected into the Zimbabwe U17and U19 Waterpolo Squads.
Half colors awarded to: Jake LeBreton, Richard Werrett, Matthew Maberly, Sean Edwards
U15 - P3 W1 L2
Peterhouse vs Falcon Lost 5 – 8, Peterhouse vs St Georges Lost 3 – 5, 5th/6th Play off Peterhouse ve Hellenic Won 4 – 1. Overall Peterhouse placed 5th out of 6 schools.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 5 – 5th February 2013
U17 Tournament at Falcon Last weekend Medals to be presented.
Peterhouse placed 3rd overall so receive bronze medals to the squad:
Tinotenda Vheriwa, Tadiwanashe Dzvimbo, Takura Moyo, Ranganai Makoni, Timothy Jaravani, Kudzai Chekai, St John Mhindu, Kudakwashe Chinyanga,
BASKETBALL vs Gateway - P7 W7
1st Won 61 – 53, 2nd Won 36 – 17, U16A Won 15 – 10, U16B Won 17 – 2, U15A Won 18 – 8, U14A Won 10 – 7, U14B Won 6 – 0
BASKETBALL - St George’s U20 Tournament
Group stage vs Eaglesvale - Won 41 – 32, vs Christian Boys College - Won 31 – 15, vs Gateway Lost 33 – 23, Quarter Finals vs St George’s Lost 35 - 40
CHESS vs Arundel
Seniors Won 5 – 1, Juniors Won 4 – 2
CROSS COUNTRY - Lomagundi Invitational Cross Country
Senior Boys: Pasipanodya Gonese Placed 1st (certificate to be presented)
Middle Boys: Marcus Philp Placed 2nd (certificate to be presented)
Overall Placings out of 13 Schools:
6th Chinhoyi 761 pts, 5th Lomagundi 617, 4th Prince Edward 579, 3rd St John’s 514, 2nd St Georges 462, 1st Peterhouse 241
U14 C vs Springvale House - Springvale House 89 J Mpofu 3 for 18, Peterhouse 90 for 3. Peterhouse Won by 7 wickets.
CRICKET vs St George’s - P10 W3 L7
U14A - Peterhouse 179. Struan Moore-Gordon 58. St George’s 181for 7Peterhouse Lost by 3 wickets
U14B - Peterhouse 236. Tanatswa Mataruse 83. St George’s 74 Peterhouse Won by 162 Runs
U14C - Peterhouse 191. Alan Manande 49. St George’s 50 Mpofu 3 for 3 Peterhouse Won by 141 Runs
U15A - Peterhouse 55. St George’s 56 for 3. Peterhouse Lost by 7 Wickets.
U15B - Peterhouse 81. St George’s 82 for 1. Peterhouse Lost by 9 Wickets.
U16A - Peterhouse 156. Conner McMillan 51. St Georges 157 for 5 Peterhouse Lost by 5 Wickets
U16B - Peterhouse 63. St George’s 63 for 2. Peterhouse Lost by 8 Wickets
3rd XI - St George’s 246. Peterhouse 118. Peterhouse Lost by 128 Runs
2nd XI - St George’s 247 for 8. Peterhouse 140. Peterhouse Lost by 107 runs
1st XI - St Georges 119. Dean Peall 4 for 12, Tapiwa Gadzikwa 3 for 25. Peterhouse 123 for 7. Peterhouse Won by 3 Wickets
CRICKET vs St John’s - P8 W1 L7
U14A St John’s 125. Brendan Naude 3 for 12. Peterhouse 95 Peterhouse Lost by 30 Runs
U14B Peterhouse 346. Ronald Merimi 102 not out. St John’s 109. Peterhouse Won by 237 Runs
U15A St John’s 192. Tapiwa Mataraynika 5 for 19. Peterhouse 66. Peterhouse Lost by 126 runs
U15B St John’s 170. Peterhouse 72 Peterhouse Lost by 98 Runs
U16A Peterhouse 191. St Johns 193 for 6 Nicholas Joughin 3 for 21. Peterhouse Lost by 4 Wickets
U16B St John’s 195. Bradley Roos 3 for 44, Benjamin Saunders 3 for 14 Peterhouse 193 for 8 . Cullen 48 Peterhouse Lost by 2 Runs
2nd XI Peterhouse 171 for 3. Mathew Ferreira 52, Jack Hawgood 48 of 17 balls. St John’s 171 for 2. Peterhouse Lost by 8 wickets
1ST XI Peterhouse after being 10 for 3 reached 229 for 8, David Brent 30, Brendon Mandivenga 40, Daniel Moolman 113 St John’s 233 on the 3rd last ball The match went to the last over and Peterhouse lost by 5 wickets on the 3rd last ball.
GOLF - Interschools Golf
1st Falcon 80, 2nd Peterhouse Boys 81, 3rd St John’s 82, 4th St George’s and Hellenic 83, 6th Heritage 84, 7th Eaglesvale 91
Best Peterhouse Golfer - Tanaka Mhere (4hc) scored Gross 81
ROWING - HRC Regatta Sunday 3 February 2013
Mens A Quad - Placed 1st - R Stevenson, J Kropp, F Green, M Faber, J Visagie
Mens C Quad - Placed 3rd
Mens A Double - Placed 2nd
Mens B Double - Placed 3rd
Mens C Double - Placed 5th, Placed 6th, Placed 8th
Mens B Single - Placed 3rd
Mens A Scull H1 - Placed 1st M Faber, Placed 4th, Placed 6th
Mens A Scull H2 - Placed 2nd, Placed 5th
Mens D Scull - Placed 5th N Seitz, Placed 6th J Landrey, Placed 8th D Mc Master, Placed 9th R Parham
SQUASH - P4 W3 L1
Peterhouse A vs Prince Edward A Lost 0 – 4
Peterhouse C vs Eaglesvale A Won 5 – 0
Peterhouse C vs St George’s C Won 5 – 0
Peterhouse D vs St John’s D Won 4 – 1
TENNIS - Mashonaland East Tennis Trials
The following boys were selected for the Mashonaland East tennis team, which will be playing in the inter-provincial tournament, in Harare over the half term break:
U19: Jamie Worswick, Noel Frei, Etienne Frei, Kudakwashe Sanyatwe
U15: Nelson Madziyire, Daniel Dombojena, Taine Jordan, Velile Malaba, Robert Chiminya jr
HALF COLOURS AWARDED TO:
Jamie Worswick, Noel Frei, Nilan Goven, Kudakwashe Sanyatwe
Boys U13 Quarter Distance - Brett Elliot 2nd, Michael Benade 3rd
Boys U15 Quarter Distance - Gideon Benade 1st, Mitchell Kaye 2nd
Boys U17 Half- Standard Distance - Marcus Philp 1st, Clemens Anschutz 2nd
VOLLEYBALL vs Bernard Mazeki College
1st Won 2 – 1, 2nd Won 2 – 1, U17 Lost 2 – 0, U16 Won 2 – 1
WATERPOLO - Friendly matches at St John’s P4 W1 L3
Peterhouse U15B vs St John’s U15B Lost 1 – 10
Peterhouse U15A vs St John’s U15A Lost 4 – 5
Peterhouse U15A vs St George’s U15A Lost 4 – 8
Peterhouse U17B vs St John’s U17B Won 12 – 5
Collins cup and Arthur Gower Trophy at CBC
Collins Cup U17
PH vs. CBC Lost 8 – 4, PH vs. St Johns Lost 6 – 3, PH vs. St Georges Lost 10 – 4
Overall Peterhouse placed 6th in the Collins cup.
Congratulations to Travis Landing and Sean Edwards who represented Mashonaland U17.
Arthur Gower Trophy 1st Team
PH vs St Johns Lost 13 – 4, PH vs CBC Won 18 – 6
PH vs Hellenic Won 8 – 6
PH vs St Johns Lost 13 – 4
Peterhouse placed 2nd in the Arthur Gower Trophy
Congratulations to Richard Werrett for representing Mashonaland U19.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 4 – 31st January 2013
Public Examination Results 2012
Results for the Peterhouse group at IGCSE level and A level for 2012 were as follows:
IGCSE PHG - The overall pass rate was 89.5% (A*13%; A 24%; B 29%; C 23%)
IGCSE PHB - The overall pass rate was 85%. (A* 5%; A 19%; B 32% and C 29%)
A level Peterhouse Group - At A Level the overall pass rate was 94%.
Our outstanding candidates were Ronald Makanda (A*A*A*), Kundai Mugabe (A*A*A*), Darshani Parekh (A*A*A*A) and Adrian Zhanda (A*A*A*)
Academic Colours are awarded to boys who gain at least 8 A grades at IGCSE, and Academic Half Colours to boys who gain at least 6 A grades at IGCSE.
The following boys are awarded full Academic Colours for their IGCSE results.
Tanyaradzwa Chasara - 7A* and 1A grade
Tanaka Chikukwa - 5A* and 4A grades
Takunda Marimira - 2A* and 6A grades
Takunda Masike - 2A* and 5A grades
Mufaro Mtausi-Gwaradzimba - 4A* and 4A grades
Nile Walker - 6A* and 3A grades
The following boys are awarded academic half colours for their IGCSE results
Leslie Chingono - 1A* and 5A grades
Upenyu Hamudikuwanda - 1A* and 5A grades
Takudzwa Katsvamutima - 1A* and 5A grades
Takudzwa Mapupu - 2A* and 3A grades
Mark-Andrew Naude - 6A grades
DEPUTY HEAD OF HOUSES
Ellis - Brendon Mandivenga and Matthew Moodie
Founders - Roger Cox
Grinham - Nyasha Mukechi
Malvern - Marlven Maparura
Paget - Philip Hanly
Snell - Joshua Cragg
CAPTAINS FOR 2013
Golf - Hamilton Marufu
CULTURAL OFFICE BEARERS
Bridge - Rayan Govan
Chess - Prosper Mapfeka
Debate and Public Speaking - Munyaradzi Madziyire
Quiz - Arthur Mataure
BASKETBALL vs Watershed - P7 W3 L4
1st Won 62 – 28, 2nd Won 25 – 14, U15A Won 18 – 0
BASKETBALL - U17 Tournament at Falcon
vs South Eastern College Won 37 – 10
vs St Georges Won 21 – 18
vs Petra Won 58 – 8
vs Churchill Won 16 – 15
Quater Final vs Westridge Won 23 – 7
Semi Final vs Churchill Lost 8 – 11
3rd/4th Play off vs Gateway Won 16 – 13
Peterhouse placed 3rd overall.
Boys selected for the CHISZ select squad – Tandiwanashe Dzvimbo, Tinotenda Vheriwa, Timothy Jaravani, Takura Moyo. They will tour South Africa in April.
vs St John’s College - P2 W2
A’s Won 32 – 0, B’s Won 11 – 0
vs Peterhouse Girls
A’s Won 22 – 0, B’s Won 12 – 10
CROSS COUNTRY - Inter-House Cross Country
6th Grinham 795 pts
5th Founders 787
4th Paget 759
3rd Ellis 718
2nd Snell 626
1st Malvern 596
The following boys were selected into The Partridges Zimbabwe U14 cricket squad:
Daniel Aucamp, Hayden Brain, Dean Milne.
vs St John’s College
Juniors: Peterhouse Won 72%; St John’s College 66%
Seniors: Peterhouse Won 73%; St John’s College 72%
Seniors: Peterhouse Lost 70%; Chisipite 75%
Juniors: Peterhouse Won 59%; Chisipite 31%
QUIZ - St George’s Quiz
Juniors: 9th out of 15 schools
Seniors: (Joint) 1st out of 15 schools – tied with Hellenic School
Overall Peterhouse came 4th out of the 15 schools.
Half colours awarded to: Arthur Mataure, Prosper Mapfeka, Simbai Makwiranzou and Takudzwa Mapupu.
SQUASH - Under 13 Mashonaland Junior Squash Championships.
Jason Burl placed 4th
SWIMMING - Individual’s Gala in Harare on Friday night.
Kurt Steiner achieved three1sts
Sean Edwards achieved a1st and 2nd place
Riaan du Plessis achieved a 1st and 3rd place
Selected for Mashonaland Country Districts swimming
Riaan du Plessis
Selected for Matabeleland and the Zimbabwe Squad
They all have Nationals (Zimbabwe trials) over half term.
TENNIS vs Watershed College P4 W2 D1 L1
1st Won 9 – 2, U14 Won 9 - 3
Boys U13 Quarter Distance
Brett Elliot 3rd, Michael Benade 4th
Boys U15 Quarter Distance
Gideon Benade 1st, Mitchell Kaye 2nd
Boys U17 Half- Standard Distance
Clemens Anschutz 1st, Marcus Philp 3rd
Boys U19 Half-Standard Distance
Blake Rautenbach 2nd
vs Marondera High School - 1st Won 3 – 2
vs St John’s - 2nds Won 2 – 0
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 3 – 21st January 2013
CAPTAINS FOR 2013
Cross Country - Tamuka Chinyadza
Triathlon - Blake Rautenbach
Volleyball - Mutandwa Machemedze
BASKETBALL vs Prince Edward - P8 W2 L6
1st Lost 59 – 65, 2nd Won 12 – 4, U16A Lost 5 – 14, U16B Lost 19 – 27, U15A Won 15 – 9, U15B Lost 6 – 14, U14A Lost 6 – 11, U14B Lost 5 – 10
BASKETBALL vs Harare International School - P4 W3 L1
1st Lost 35 – 36, U16 Won 28 – 14, U15 Won 24 – 6, U14 Won 8 – 6
Our Chess Team travelled to Bulawayo over the weekend to take part in a Chess Tourney against a number of Bulawayo schools, with the following results (attached). Thanks to Mr Chibowora for giving up his weekend to accompany them.
Girls College Tournament - P5 W2 D1 L2
vs Gifford High Lost 0-4, vs Petra Won 4-0, vs Combined team of local schools Won 3-1, vs Christian Brothers College Drew 2-2, vs Nkulumane (bronze medal match) Lost 1-3
Overall Peterhouse came 4th out of 18.
CRICKET vs Churchill - P4 W2 L2
U14A Peterhouse made 201 runs for 9. Churchill all out for 68. Peterhouse Won by 133 runs
U15A Churchill made 150 runs. Peterhouse all out for 80 runs. Peterhouse Lost by 100 runs. Matthew Weber took 4 wickets for 34, Scott Innes took 3 for 24.
U16A Peterhouse made 299 for 9. Churchill all out for 132. Walter Huchu 4 wickets for 21 and Jordan Stockil 3 wickets for 12. Peterhouse Won by 167 runs. Cuan Zeederberg 64 runs, Keith Bruce 56 and Walter Huchu
1st XI Churchill made 239 runs in 45 overs. Peterhouse after making a slow start needed 110 off the last 10 overs. Shawn Nyamusa made 65 runs and Daniel Moolman 44 runs off 24 balls kept up with the run rate but Peterhouse fell short finishing on 219 for 8. Peterhouse Lost by 20 runs.
CROSS COUNTRY - Watershed Invitation
8th Ryswick, 7th Westridge, 6th Nyamenini, 5th Watershed, 4th Marondera High School, 3rd Lomagundi, 2nd St. Georges with 280pts, 1st Peterhouse with 149pts
DEBATE vs Heritage
Seniors: Peterhouse Won 55%; Heritage 49% - Munyaradzi Madziyire was second best speaker with 70%
Juniors: Peterhouse Won 67%; Heritage 51%
ROWING - Prince Edward 3 Feathers Regatta
Mens A Scull H2 - Placed 1st - M Faber,
Mens A Scull H2 - Placed 1st - R Stevenson, Placed 2nd - F Green
Mens D Scull - Placed 1st - N Seitz, Placed 2nd - J Landrey
Mens A Double - Placed 1st - J Kropp, M Faber
Mens A Quad - Placed 1st - R Stevenson, J Kropp, F Green, M Faber, J Visagie
Mens C Quad - Placed 4th
Peterhouse B vs Peterhouse Girls A Lost 1 – 3
Peterhouse B vs St Johns B Lost 1 – 3
Peterhouse C vsSt Johns C Won 4 – 0
Peterhouse D vs St Georges D Won 4 – 1
TABLE TENNIS vs Watershed - P12 W6 L6
Peterhouse Senior Team Won 4 -2, Peterhouse Junior Team Lost 2- 4
TENNIS vs St John’s College - P4 D1 L3
1st Lost 9 – 2, U16 Lost 9 – 3, U15 Drew 3 – 3, U14 Lost 12 – 0
VOLLEYBALL - vs St Johns (Unfortunately St John’s only brought their first team)
1st Peterhouse Won 3 – 0
Friday matches at Peterhouse (First time water polo matches have been held at Peterhouse for many years)
PH Combined team 1 vs. SJC combined team1 - Lost 3 – 5
PH Combined team2 vs. SJC combined team2 - Lost 8 – 3
PH Combined team2 vs. SJC combined team1 - Lost 4 – 2
PH Combined team 1 vs. SJC combined team2 - Lost 8 – 4
PH U15C vs. SJC U15C - Lost 9 – 2
PH U15B vs. SJC U15B - Lost 5 – 2
A big thank you to all the senior waterpolo players who assisted with the officiating at this friendly tournament.
Friday matches at St John’s - P4 W2 L2
Peterhouse U15A vs Hellenic U15A - Won 4 – 3
Peterhouse U15A vs St Georges U15B - Won 13 – 1
Peterhouse U15A vs St John’s U15A - Lost 0 – 7
Peterhouse U17B vs Hellenic U17B - Lost 4 – 5
Bruce Kennedy Trophy at St John’s - P6 W1 L5
Peterhouse 2nds vs Hellenic 2nds - Won 8 – 5
Peterhouse 2nds vs St Johns 2nds - Lost 4 – 8
Peterhouse 2nds vs St George’s 2nds - Lost 4 – 7
Peterhouse 1st vs St John’s 1sts - Lost 5 – 12
Peterhouse 1st vs Hellenic 1st - Lost 5 – 8
Peterhouse 1st vs St Georges 1st - Lost 5 – 6
The team was placed 4th in the Bruce Kennedy trophy.
Congratulations to Richard Werret for being selected into the Mashonaland U19 team.
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 2 – 14th January 2013
CAPTAINS FOR 2013
Athletics - Brendon Mandivenga
Basketball - Tamuka Chinyadza
Cricket - Daniel Moolman
Rowing - Murray Faber
Squash - Roger Cox
Swimming - Kurt Steiner
Tennis - Roger Cox
Waterpolo - Jake Le Breton
ATHLETICS - Inter House Roll Up Ring Road
6th Grinham, 5th Founders, 4th Malvern, 3rd Snell, 2nd Paget,
2012 Ring road Champions in a new record time of 56min 38sec - ELLIS
BASKETBALL vs St Georges - P9 L9
U14B Lost 0 – 2, U14A Lost 0 – 4, U15B Lost 8 – 22, U15A Lost 11 – 22, U16B Lost 7 – 18, U16A Lost 12 – 38, 3rd Lost 16 – 19, 2nd Lost 13 – 30, 1st Lost 41 – 57
CRICKET - Tour to South Africa
Michaelhouse 193. Tapiwa Gadzikwa 3 for 22, Matthew Connor 2 for 22. Five dropped catches and a missed run out allowed Michaelhouse to get away. Peterhouse 62. Matthew Connor 18, Four players registered ducks. Peterhouse Lost by 131 runs
vs Petermaritzburg College
Petermaritzburg 289 for 9 in 65 overs. Tapiwa Gadzikwa 5 for 50, David Brent 2 for 43. Peterhouse 43 all out. Four players again registered ducks. Peterhouse Lost by 246 runs
vs Hilton College
Peterhouse 199 for 4. Shawn Nyamusa 24, David Brent 38, Campbell Saul 30, Daniel Moolman 62 not out off 36 balls. Match rained off with PH in a good position
vs Kearsney College
Rain and bad light resulted in the match being abandoned
CRICKET vs St John’s
ALL MATCHES WERE RAINED OFF AND HAVE BEEN POSTPONED TO SUNDAY 3RD FEBRUARY
ROWING - Arundel Regatta
Mens C Quad - Peterhouse Placed 4th
Mens A Quad - Peterhouse Placed 1st
Mens C Double - Peterhouse Placed 5th, Peterhouse Placed 4th
Mens B Double - Peterhouse Placed 3rd
Mens A Double - Peterhouse Placed 1st, Peterhouse Placed 3rd
Mens D Scull - Peterhouse Placed 1st, Peterhouse Placed 2nd, Peterhouse Placed 4th, Peterhouse Placed 5th
Mens B Scull - Peterhouse Placed 2nd, Peterhouse Placed 3rd
Mens A Scull - Peterhouse Placed 1st, Peterhouse Placed 3rd, Peterhouse Placed 5th, Peterhouse Placed 7th
TENNIS vs Chisipite
All Games were interrupted by rain so no final results and Chisipite and Peterhouse will share the league points.
League points Peterhouse 2 - Chisipite 2
VOLLEYBALL vs St George’s - P3 W2 1 Rained Off
1st team Won the 1st set. Match was called off in the second set due to rain. 2nd Won 2 – 0. PH U16 vs St. Georges U17 Won 2 – 0
WATER POLO - Friday matches at St John’s - P5 W2 L3
Peterhouse U15B vs St John’s U15B - Won 3 – 2
Peterhouse U15B vs St Georges U15A - Lost 0 – 10
Peterhouse U15A vs St John’s U15A - Lost 1 – 9
Peterhouse U17B vs St John’s U17B - Won 7 – 1
Peterhouse U17B vs Hellenic U17B - Lost 3 – 4
WATER POLO - Saturday Matches at St John’s - P4 W1 D1 L2
Peterhouse U17A vs St George’s U17A - Drew 6 – 6
Peterhouse U17A vs Hellenic U17A - Lost 2 – 5
Peterhouse 1st vs St John’s 2nd - Won 13 – 2
Peterhouse 1st vs St John’s 1st - Lost 10 – 0
SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS LENT TERM – 13 – 7th January 2013
M Songore competed in the U20 Youth Games in Lusaka, Zambia in the 4 x 100m relay team, which won the Silver Medal.
Four Peterhouse boys were selected to sail for Zimbabwe at the South African Youth Sailing Nationals in December. It was held down in South Africa at Sedgefield. They were sailing in a fleet of 55 other sailors from Southern Africa.
Their Placings were:
Keegan Stubbs - 9/55
Christopher Crawford - 19/55
Ryan Kluckow - 23/55
Kenneth Raynor - 30/55
Riaan won a silver medal at the Mash champs in the 4 x 100 medley relay.
Zimbabwe school water polo teams travelled to Port Elizabeth in South Africa. Daniel Hutchings was a member of the U15 team, and Richard Werrett was a member of the U19 team.