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Peterhouse Boys

First Team Hockey Tour to Namibia 2017

Our season ended in Bulawayo on the Sunday the 6th August, and by the following Wednesday, first team hockey was sitting at Harare International Airport waiting for the Air Namibia flight to depart. Five of these players sitting amongst the team were new to the squad, and shall hopefully continue to be a part of senior hockey and the first team in the years to come.

A tour isn’t a tour without the occasional delay, and ours started with exactly that, arriving in Windhoek well after dark. Thankfully, the reception we received was warm and welcoming and a special mention must go to Mr. Johann Weyhe who was a fantastic host. Thanks to the meticulous planning by Mr. Banda hockey never wastes time, and we went straight into two games the following day.

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Rugby Tour to Namibia 2017

13th August 2017 to 25th August 2017

On Sunday August 13th 2017 Peterhouse Boys Rugby Squad set out on tour to Namibia. We were to play three games in a space of twelve days. The tour started off with a few hiccups , the airline was delayed by four hours at Harare Airport and our usual suspect, Rodney Sachiti, forgot his travel document. Rodney would remain behind and meet up with the team later.

The squad landed in Windhoek where we were met by Thys Reynecke and Gisela Laborn the tour organizers. Thys would become our tour liaison officer, bus driver and tour operator for most of the trip whilst Gisela would handle everything in the back ground, they were very well organized and made sure we had everything we required.

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World Scholars Cup – Global Round 2017

12 Peterhouse pupils competed in the Global Round of the WSC in Cape Town in August. 10 of these were boys.

They competed against 31 other nations from around the world, with a total of 475 pupils involved. The theme of the event was ‘An Unlikely World’ and part of the competition involved team debate, collaborative essay writing, a complex quiz and public speaking.

The Junior Division had 65 international teams competing:
In the Team Debate one of Junior teams were positioned 5th. In the Writing Challenge they were positioned 7th.

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Waterpolo Coaching Clinic 2017

On Thursday the 7th of September the Peterhouse first team Waterpolo were involved in a coaching clinic which was run by a number of international coaches from Australia, USA, Holland and South Africa.

After the clinic the boys were involved in a water polo festival on the Friday and Saturday. There were over 70 games played and just over 350 players took part in the two days.

Peterhouse played 5 games winning 1 and loosing 4.  A great deal was learnt by the boys.

Mr Chris Davison
i/c Waterpolo

Fishing Zone 6 International 2017 - Michael Benade

Zone 6 Light Tackle Boat International - Kafue River, Zambia.

Michael Benade performed very well fishing in the senior men' s team. Michael came 11th out of 24 anglers with his team winning gold, on Zambian waters, this is a great achievement.

Michael has earned his Zimbabwe Colours for Light Tackle Boat Angling.

Michael now holds colours for:
Light Tackle Boat Angling - Junior
Fresh Water Bank Angling
Bass Angling
Light Tackle Boat Angling - Senior Men

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Rowing Royal Canadian Henley & Junior World Champs 2017

Rowing Royal Canadian Henley Regatta 2017

Brendan Eggersglusz and Aqua Evans travelled to Canada to take part in the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta, racing in a single scull and in a double scull with a St Georges boy.

Junior World Championships 2017 

Keegan Smith and Kenneth Raynor travelled to Lithuania to compete at the Junior World Championships. This is the premier and most competitive Junior rowing event in the world.

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Cultural Tour 2017

We had another very successful cultural tour touring 8 cities in 5 countries.

The tour included visits to:
• the Sorrento, Naples and Amalfi coastal region in Italy to study rivers, gorges, caves, headlands and bays

• Rome where we visited the Vatican city, and the Crypt of St Peter in the Basilica. Our guide was excited to learn that our school was named after Jesus' disciple St Peter, whose grave we were standing next to

• Paris, the Chateau de Versailles to the delight of our C Block boys and Disneyland where childhood dreams were relived.

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Blue Cross Challenge 2017

Terance Sage, Tawanda Chauruka, Holly Wallace and Reuben de cock set off on the 30th July to conquer the Blue Cross Challenge – on horseback!

This is a 500km journey through the most beautiful areas of Zimbabwe – from the lowest point, Mahenya to the Highest Point, Mnt Nyangani.

The pupils rode, walked and ran for 12 days, reaching the top of the mountain on the 15th August. The journey was really tough physically and mentally. Most days we were up and active for 14hrs of the day.

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