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Peterhouse Boys

Petrean Sports Day 2018

The Petrean Sports day followed on from the Petrean AGM which was held on the 25th March 2018 at Peterhouse Boys this year.

Sports played against the Peterhouse 1st Teams were: The Scotty Heathcote Trophy (Men's Hockey), The Ladies’ Hockey, The Men's Soccer, The Mixed Tennis and The Andrew Gau Trophy (Men’s Cricket) which saw over 100 Petreans out at Peterhouse playing their respective sport.

The Beer Garden which over looked the Interhouse Athletics was a great hit, with delicious food served by the Touring Committees and Duggies.

With grateful thanks to: Nissan Clover Leaf for their sponsorship of the Day. The Estates Teams for their hard work on the grounds and set up, and to all the staff at Peterhouse for their endless commitment and support of the Petrean Society.

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Eisteddfod Highlights Concert 2018

The Peterhouse Eisteddfod Highlights Concert was held in the Chapel and proved to be a most enjoyable evening showcasing some of the music entries made this year.

Well done to Mr St John and our team of very talented musical staff and pupils.

1 Junior Girls Choir
Top Secret Personal Bees Wax

2 Marondera Schools Orchestra
Capprccio Espagnol and The Radesky March 

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Athletics Interhouse Relays 2018

This year our Interhouse Relays event coincided with the Petrean Sports Day.

Congratulations to Founders House. Well done.

1st Founders
2nd Tie Ellis & Paget
4th Snell
5th Malvern
6th Grinham

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Triathlon Zim Selection 2018

Peterhouse is proud to share the following news from Triathlon Zimbabwe:

The Executive Board of Triathlon Zimbabwe would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the following athletes on their recent successes at the South African Triathlon Championships and thereafter, onward selection to represent Zimbabwe at the forthcoming Rabat ATU African Triathlon Championships to be held on 21/22 April, in Morocco.

Matt Denslow
Jamie Lee Soper (PHG)
Erin Elliott (PHG)

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Peterhouse Kushinga Rowing Regatta 2018

A lovely day was held out at our local rowing dam, Kushinga Dam. Although the weather started out a little drizzly and overcast it wasn’t long before the sun was out and the heat picked up.

Huge thanks to all who participated and were involved in making the day a success.

It was fantastic to see our very own staff / Petreans team take to the water this year.

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Nyanga Fly Fishing Weekend 2018

Thirteen boys spent this weekend in Nyanga National Park hoping to catch trout. Mr Brown from Fly Fishing Zimbabwe was their coach teaching them how to set up their rods, choose flies and cast.

We fished Rhodes dam – some big fish hooked but not landed by the boys although our coach caught two beauties – 1.4 kgs and 1.9 kgs.

We spent time at Mare dam which has easier fishing with jetties to fish from. Boys had a picnic lunch at the Nyangombe swimming pool where we also managed to catch a trout and saw a big eel.

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Rowing South African Schools Championships 2018

A team of 20 Peterhouse pupils, 9 boys and 11 girls, travelled to Roodeplaat Dam, Pretoria, South Africa to compete at the South African Schools Rowing Championships. The athletes applied themselves well over three days of rigorous racing against some of the best School Rowing in the world. We attained some significant results and walked away from the competition winning first place in the Co-Ed School Trophy for the third year in a row. The Peterhouse Boat Club would like to thank all those involved in making the tour a success, in particular Giles and Deborah Raynor, Laura Evans and Louvina Eggersglusz. As well as a big thank you to the coaches without whom this would never have been possible.

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Learner Guides Tree Identification Course 2018

Our pupils were fortunate to have the Southern African expert on trees visit to do a tree identification course with them in Gosho Park.

Meg Coates Palgrave has updated the book on trees of Southern Africa and she has written keys which use mainly leaf characteristics to identify trees.

Botanical terms were explained and everyone learned how to use the key – not always as easy as it sounds so we had to practice - we were told the GOLDEN RULE IS TO LOOK WITH YOUR EYES!

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Interhouse Athletics 2017

Well done to our boys who competed in the Interhouse Athletics earlier this term.

The final positions were as follows:

1st Ellis
2nd Founders
3rd Grinham
4th Malvern
5th Paget
6th Snell

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