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Peterhouse Boys

Academic, Cultural & Sports Results

ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 6th December 2018

ACADEMIC 

Congratulations to the following boys who qualified for Commendations in the Term Mark Order:

E/B David Mortleman 
E/B Sean Rogers 
F/B Zvikomborero Charera 
F/B Charles Moscrop 
G /B Tweende Sinemani 
G /C Takudzwa Dzingai 
G /C Craig Shoko 
G /C Tinotenda Sinamane 
P/C Anotida Nhondova 
E/D Hayden Grant 
E/D Mufaro Mukonoweshuro 
E/D Mtandazo Nyashanu 
F/D Nyasha Chakumhara
F/D TJ Gwaziwa
F/D Dyllan Koke
F/D Stephen Molife
F/D Tanaka Mutandwa
G/D Anthony Kahwa
G/D Kuzivakwashe Khuleya
G/D Harry Orphanides
G/D Tyler van Rooyen
P/D Liam Kirkman
S/D Joseph Hildebrand
S/D Akanaka Sachikonye

CULTURAL

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Munashe Chibgwe and Adrian Burl have earned their Bronze Awards.
Alan Mawande has earned his Silver Award.

Special congratulations to Rindai Machokoto, he is the 6th Peterhouse Boy to have earned his Gold Award this year.

Hellenic Forms 1 and 2 Debating Tournament
In the preliminary rounds the D Block team beat Chisipite,
St. John's College and Hellenic; the C Block team beat Arundel Team 1, Lomagundi and Arundel Team 2.

That meant that our D Block and C Block teams competed against each other and overall, our C Block team came 1st out of 16 teams with 74% and our D Block team came 2nd out of 16 teams with 60%.

D Block team: Kuziwa Khuleya (Captain), Dyllan Khoke and Robert Musavaya

C Block team: Anotida Nhondova (Captain), Tadiwanashe Matara and Nigel Mushayavanhu.


Interact

The eight 2019 Interact Board members completed the Shoebox Challenge of 2018. Enough stationery was donated by pupils in all three schools to fill 160 shoeboxes. These shoeboxes were given to pupils of St Francis, and other pupils in schools in Rusape and Harare. There were smiles of appreciation on the faces of the St Francis children as they received their boxes from pupils at Springvale, Peterhouse Girls and Peterhouse Boys this week.

The Interact Club thanks all pupils of the Peterhouse Group for their generous donations.


Kukura Neshungu 2018 Report
The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honourable, to be compassionate and to make a difference.

There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up. Kukura Neshungu Club had a couple of fundraising functions earlier this year and raised in excess of $2,600. From these proceeds, the club donated $2,000 towards the much needed repair of the gutters at Kukura Neshungu home in Dombotombo Township in Marondera.

The Club also successfully sourced 35 tracksuits for the staff as well as the pupils of Kukura Neshungu. The Club members were inspired by the words of mother Theresa to help the physically and mentally challenged boys of Kukura Neshungu when she wrote: Love is not patronising, and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same - with charity you give love, so don’t just give money and material things but reach out your hand instead.

The Kukura Neshungu club would like to express our heartfelt gratitude towards the unwavering support we received from the school during our fund raising exercises.


World Scholars Cup Tournament of Champions (WSC)
Six boys participated at the WSC at Yale University in November. They competed alongside representatives from 52 countries in various activities that ranged from team debating, collaborative writing, the scholars challenge and the quiz on the theme of 2018 An Entangled World

The Senior team consisted of Tristan Fraser Bell, Takudzwa Dzingai and Kavwanga Lintini.

Tristan Fraser Bell was awarded a Silver medal for Challenge Special area, Silver medal for Writing and Gold medal and trophy for being the country’s Top Scholar.

Takudzwa Dzingai was awarded gold for Challenge History.

Kavwanga Lintini was awarded Silver Medal for Debate.

The Junior team consisted of Anotida Nhondova, Tadiwanashe Matara and Nigel Mushayavanhu.

This team was awarded a trophy and gold medals for being the best junior team in Africa and Silver medals for Team Writing.

Anotida Nhondova was awarded a Gold medal for being the country’s top scholar and Silver medal for Challenge History and the Scholar’s Challenge.

Tadiwanashe Matara was awarded a Silver medal for Debate and Gold medal for Individual Essay Writing.

Nigel Mushayavanhu was awarded Silver medals for Challenge Arts and the Special Area subjects.


Results

Quiz St George’s Inter-Schools’ Quiz competition
Peterhouse A team came 3rd out of 12 teams. Peterhouse B team came 6th out of 10. Overall Peterhouse came 5th out of the 12 schools.

Interhouse Quiz results
Ellis won the 2018 Inter house Quiz with Grinham as runner up.

Robotics Robotics Competition Report
The Peterhouse boys’ Robotics Club took part in the 2018 First Lego League (FLL) at Hellenic Sports Club in Harare on Friday 30 November. The theme for this year was ‘Into Orbit’.

There were 11 participating schools and out of that Peterhouse Boys overall came 4th.

The competition had two categories: the robotics challenge competition and secondly the design project category. Our boys managed to take part in these two categories and each was awarded an ‘Into Orbit’ token of participation.

The boys are:
Tristan Fraser-Bell, Kenan Callaghan, Tavonga Nyoka, Donnel Mutambanengwe, Karl Makuvaro, Mukudzei Nyarufuro, Ashley Mlambo, Dean Mutandiro and Ashleigh Mtongwiza.


SPORTS

Basketball vs St John’s P8 W2 L6 1st Team Lost 22 – 40
vs Falcon P3 W2 L1
vs Watershed P4 W2 L2 1st Team Lost 40 – 32
U20 Hillcrest Tournament P5 W3 L2

Cricket The ‘Macmillan Cup’ awarded to the ‘Best All Round Cricketer’ of the year
This year’s winner:
• took 22 wickets at an average of 9 and economy rate of 2.99
• best bowling of 4 for 10
• scored 370 runs at an average of 53
• top score of 211
• was voted Best Batsman at both the Falcon 6’s and the Lomagundi Super 8’s tournaments
Congratulations to this year’s winner – Ross Mills

vs Lomagundi 8s P5 W4 L1
Hexagonal Tournament P9 W7 L2
vs Hellenic P3 W2 L1
Peterhouse Staff vs Hwedza PH staff won by 20 runs defending 219

Fishing Five of our boys have been chosen to represent the Zimbabwe National Bass Federation, junior team. They following will be fishing in a test against South Africa at Darwendale dam from the 5th to the 10th of December 2018:

Kirk Barnes (Captain), Michael Benade, Bradley Bingley, Dhilin Goven and Steven Saul.

Karate Zimbabwe Champion of Champions held at Harare Sports Centre Saturday 1st December.

Congratulations to the following who participated in the competition and received the following medals:

Vasheel Solanky
Bronze Medal for Kumite

Rufaro Hoto
Bronze Medal for Kumite

Liam Kirkman
Gold Medal for Kata
Bronze Medal for Kumite

Rowing CBC Sprint Regatta on Mazowe Dam
• David Rogers came first in the Men's A Single over 2000m.
• Josh Eggersglusz and Joel Royston came first in the Men's D Double.
• Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came first in the Men's C Double.
• Josh Eggersglusz, David Bailey, Kunashe Mutabeni, Joel Royston and Thomas Gray (cox) came first in the Men's D quad.

Squash Mashonaland Junior Championships results
U/14 Harry Orphanides 6th out of 18
U/16 Muzuva Gutu 5th out of 16
U/19 Tristian Barron 8th out of 16

Swimming Seven of our boys took part in the Mashonaland Swimming Championships held in Harare over the weekend. They took various events and did extremely well.

Brandon Rouse: Won a total of 7 medals – 2 individual Gold medals and 1 Gold
for relay, 1 Silver medal in individual events and 2 Silver medals for relays and 1 bronze for individual race

Paolo Marucchi: Won 2 medals - 1 Silver and 1 Bronze for relay

Martin Hakunavanhu: Won 1 Bronze medal for individual race

Paul Retzlaff: Won 8 medals – 1 Gold for individual race and 1 Gold for a
relay, 3 Silver medals 1 for individual race and 2 Silvers for relay.

Kyle Saywood: Won 1 Gold for relay event, 1 Silver for individual event, 1 Bronze for individual event and special mention for doing the 3000m swim.

Felix Le Boulenge: Won 3 Silver medals and 1 Bronze for individual races.

Keenan Callaghan: Won 1 Gold and 2 Silver medals for relays, and 1 Bronze for
individual race

Congratulations to Brandon Rouse who has been selected to represent Botswana in Swimming, he will participate in the AUSA Region 5 U20 Youth Games in Botswana.

Brandon Rouse, Paolo Marucchi, Martin Hakunavanhu, Paul Retzlaf, Kyle Saywood, Felix Le Boulenge and Keenan Callaghan took part in the Mashonaland Swimming Championships in Harare over the weekend. They were outstanding and won various events.

Triathlon Boys 14 – 15 F Quarter Race
George Ascott came 1st
Keith Elliott came 3rd

Volleyball vs St John’s Emerald Hill (U15/U16) P2 W2 1st Team rained off
vs Wisetech College (U15/U16) P2 W2
vs St George’s P3 W2 L1

Waterpolo At St John’s P9 W5 L4



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 9th November 2018

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Daniel Aucamp has earned his Bronze Award.
Connor Eksteen has earned his Silver Award.

Model United Nations
Board Members for 2019:
Secretary General - Rufaro Hoto
Deputy Secretary General - Kudakwashe Mapesa
Under Secretary General - Faith Kunaka
Head of Administration - Tinodiwa Manyonga
Deputy Head of Administration - Laura Mutyambizi
Treasurer - Mufaro Mungoni

Peterhouse Poetry Slam
Saturday evening saw the first Peterhouse Poetry Slam in the Megahey Centre. The poetry and the performances were of an exceptional standard and all the participants are to be commended.

There will be another slam next term to which the Girls’ School has been invited. Topics will be announced in January.

The following boys are to receive certificates:
Senior champion - Prince Sithole
Middle School Champion - Ali Nyirenda
Middle School Runner up - Charles Moscrop
Junior Champion - Amazing Vheriwa
Junior School Runner up - Mufaro Muvevi
Highly Commended Certificates - Shaune Uriri and Ngoni Musowe

Debate
Full-Colours awarded to Faizaan Bhadella, Tadiwanashe Govore and Matthew Mutsai.

Drama
Golden Cocks Ties awarded to Terence Sage and Torrin Bissett.
Half-Colours awarded to Praise Jaravani, Mukudzei Nyamarebvu, Thomas Beverley, Cullen Shoesmith and Tawanda Chauruka.
Full-Colours awarded to Connor Eksteen.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Sports Dinner Awards
Sportsman of the Year - Kenneth Raynor
Nical Transformers Trophy for Team of the Year - Rugby
Tawanda Muyeye Trophy for Up and Coming Sportsman - Taine Smith
Bester Award - IGCSE and 1st Team - Mufaro Mungoni

Basketball
vs St John’s Emerald Hill P6 W4 L2

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

Cricket
Hellenic U14 Day night Tournament P4 W3 L1
Peterhouse was placed 3rd out of 8 schools.

Squash Inter-House
1st Ellis, 2nd Snell, 3rd Founders
4th Grinham, 5th Paget, 6th Malvern

Swimming
Two of our swimmers took part in the National Sprint Gala held in Mutare over half term and did very well.
Brandon Rouse won a total of 7 medals - 3 gold and 4 silver.
Paolo Marucchi Chierro won 1 medal - 1 silver.

Volleyball
vs St George’s P4 W3 L1

Waterpolo
St John’s Friendly P4 W1 L3




ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 25th October 2018


ACADEMIC

Congratulations to the following boys who qualified for Commendations in the Mid-Term Mark Order:
E/B David Mortleman
F/B Zvikomborero Charera
F/B Charles Moscrop
E/C Dylan Grant
G/C Takudzwa Dzingai
G/C Craig Shoko
G/C Tinotenda Sinamane
M/C Keith Elliott
P/C Ngonidzashe Musowe
E/D Hayden Grant
E/D Mufaro Mukonoweshuro
E/D Mtandazo Nyashanu
F/D Nyasha Chakumhara
F/D Dyllan Koke
F/D Takunda Mhete
F/D Tanaka Mutandwa
G/D Tyler van Rooyen
G/D Amazing Vheriwa
P/D Mudiwa Doro
P/D Liam Kirkman
S/D Joseph Hildebrand
S/D Akanaka Sachikonye
S/D Sean Sagonda


CULTURAL

Allied Arts
Honours
Scott Walraven Open Prose
Nigel Mushayavanhu Form 2 Prose

First Grade plus
Zvikomborero Charera Form 3 Prose
Sean Rogers Form 3 Prose

First Grade
Joshua Moran Form 4 Prose
Kenan Callahan Form 3 Prose
James Weller Form 3 Poetry
Brendan Hildebrand Form 3 Poetry
Taine Chapman Form 2 Poetry
Mudiwa Doro Form 1 Prose

Chapel Services
A Service Tie is being awarded to Cullen Shoesmith for his long term service and contribution to the running of the Chapel since D Block.
A Service Tie is also awarded to Torrin Bisset for his service and contribution in the running of the Chapel for the last 3 years.

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Jolyon Sage and Charles Moscrop earned their Bronze Awards.

Service Clubs
Service Ties are awarded to the following boys who have worked with the physically and mentally challenged boys of Kukura Neshungu every Tuesday of each term for the last four years:
David Chifamba, Cecil Dondo, Kadin Eksteen, Mukudzeishe Nyamarebvu, Munashe Rushwaya, Tatenda Saburi and Prince Sithole.

Results

Bridge vs Arundel As and Cs each won and lost vs Peterhouse Girls
Bs won both their matches.
Overall vs Arundel won 42 – 17
vs Peterhouse Girls lost 5 – 32

vs St John’s College and Peterhouse Girls
A’s won both their matches, B’s and C’s each won one of their 2 matches.
Overall vs St John’s Won 49 - 4
vs Peterhouse Girls Lost 6 – 44

Half-Colours were awarded to Tadiwa Moyo and Tatenda Nyakonda.

Chess vs Arundel
The seniors were too strong for their opponents, winning the match 6-0
The victorious players were Rindai Machokoto, Prince Sithole, Tadiwanashe Kondo, Archiboild Boka, Craig Shoko and Nigel Mushayavanhu.

vs St John's
In a tightly contested match, Seniors won 4-2
The victorious players were Rindai Machokoto, Prince Sithole, Achiboild Boka and Craig Shoko

Debate vs Arundel:
The Juniors won with 67%. Arundel had 60%. The best speaker was Kuzivakwashe Khuleya. This was his first match.

The Seniors won with 71%. Arundel had 61%. The best speaker was Tweende Sinemani.

vs Chisipite
Juniors - Peterhouse lost; Chisipite - 58%; Peterhouse - 57%.
Seniors - Peterhouse won: Chisipite - 59%; Peterhouse - 65%.
Charles Moscrop was one of the best Speakers - with 75%.

Half-Colours were awarded to Praise Jaravani, Thabiso Molai, Tinodiwa Manyonga and Zivai Sinemani.

Fly Fishing Douglas Cox and Terrance Sage managed to win the Trout Fly Fishing Competition. Individually, they were the best and therefore won the prize for Best Team. They have won both the tournaments organised by Fly Fishing Zimbabwe this year and done Peterhouse proud.

Interact - Interact Board Members for 2019
President - Zivai Sinemani
Vice-President - Thabiso Molai
Treasurer - Shauna Meikel
Projects Coordinator - Bekezela Mbofana
Secretary - Natalie Moores
International Relations officer - Prince Sithole
Protocol Officers - Kudakwashe Mapesa
Makanatsa Gwaradzimba

Leo Club - Leo Club Board Members 2019
President - Dhalika Goven
Vice President - Mudiwa Manikai
Treasurer - Nigel Chiwara
Projects Co-ordinator - Dylan Mawire
Protocol Officer - Simbarashe Govore
Twinning Officer - Taine Smith

Music Results from the recent ABRSM practical examinations held in Durban the following results were attained:

Chayce Ross Grade 7 Flute - Merit
Kudzaishe Rufasha Grade 8 Piano - Distinction

Quiz
For serving the club loyally and participating in fixtures for Junior and Senior teams since C Block, Gold Cocks Ties are awarded to Kudakwashe Matukeni, Tawanda Masaire and Tatenda Saburi.
Nyasha Zitsanza is awarded a Gold Cocks tie for captaining the Senior Quiz Team for the past two years, participating in all Senior matches and helping prepare the junior teams for our interschool competitions.


SPORTING

Results

Angling
The National Anglers Union of Zimbabwe has great pleasure in advising that David Bailey has been selected to represent the Zimbabwe Juniors in the River Angling Region 5 International Tournament at Lake Kariba during December 2018.

Basketball
vs Goromonzi P7 W1 L6
vs Bernard Mizeki P7 W5 L2 1st XI Won 39 – 9
U15 St John’s Tournament P4 W2 L2

Cricket
vs Wise Owl P1 W1
vs St George’s P11 W9 L2 1st XI Won by 42 runs
vs Prince Edward P5 W2 L3 1st XI Lost by 32 runs

Falcon 6’s
Both U14 and U16 A Teams made the final and both lost on the last ball of their matches; the U14s against Hellenic and U16s against St George’s. The U15 As also made the final and won.
Tanatswa Mpofu U14 Bowler of the tournament
Ross Mills U15 Best All-Round Player
David Bennet U16 player of the tournament

Swimming
St John’s Gala
7th – Prince Edward 27 pts
6th – Eaglesvale 48 pts
5th – St Georges 279 pts
4th – Peterhouse 280.5 pts
3rd – Hellenic 305 pts
2nd – St Johns 381 pts
1st – Christian Brother’s College390.5 pts

Tennis
vs St George’s P4 W3 L1 1st Team Lost 5 – 7

Triathlon
Triathlon held at Mt Pleasant (Sun 14 October)
Triathlon Quarter Boys 14 – 15 age group
George Ascott 1st

Triathlon Half Marathon Boys 16 - 17
Matthew Palmer 4th place
David Evans 5th Place

Volleyball
vs Prince Edward P3 L3 1st Team Lost 1 – 2

Waterpolo
U17 Accorsi Tournament held at St John’s P6 W1 L5
Crusader Shield Tournament P5 L5

Congratulations go to Max Le Breton who has been selected to represent the Zimbabwe U17 Team at the South African Interprovincial, being held in East London, South Africa in early December.

Kesson Trophies Tournament P10 W1 L9
U14 came 5th out of 6 schools
U15 came 6th out of 6 schools

Congratulations to James Peall who was selected for the Zimbabwe U14 side.



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 1st October 2018


Allied Arts
We would like to congratulate Charles Moscrop on winning the top National Award for his category for his essay in the Allied Arts Competition. He was awarded an Honours grade and a Prize from Allied Arts for his efforts.

Duke of Edinburgh's International Award
Lewis Nhongonhema has earned his Bronze Award

Gavel Club Report
On Tuesday the 11th of September the Peterhouse Gavel club had the privilege of hosting the Heritage Gavel Club. The afternoon was under the theme, "The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step". The event in itself was indeed a first step for both clubs as it was the first time a Peterhouse Gavel Club had hosted Heritage. Anotidaishe Munyonga, Johnson Marufu started off the official proceedings; followed by Tadiwa Govore, who delivered a provocative speech on the subject of ‘Parents dictating their children's occupations’. David Bore also delivered a speech on "How to fail your A levels”.

Model United Nations
Hosted by St John’s College with eight other competing schools.
The General Assembly discussed “efforts toward the erasure of the black market system”. The Human Rights Council addressed “working towards better integration of disabled persons’ and the Security Council resolved the “methods to maintain optimum efficiency and accountability in peacekeeping missions”.
Our delegates were well prepared, and on their toes, considering the day’s event and topics were received at short notice.
Rufaro Hoto chaired the Security Council. Prince Sithole and Kudakwashe Mapesa were awarded honorable mentions in their rooms.

Music
Full colours awarded to Connor Eksteen, Tariro Manonga, Addmore Mawere, Chayce Ross and Kudzaishe Rufasha.

Service Clubs

First Aid
Service Ties are awarded to Sandile and Wandile Ncube for showing great maturity and dedication in serving First Aid at many sporting events for the past three years.

Interact Club Visit to Musha Wevana
The visit to Musha Wevana is the one which everyone looks forward to and we stopped at a store on the way to buy lollipops for the children. As the children streamed in from school, smiles appeared on the faces of club members because we have begun to recoognise faces and friends we have made since the last two visit we have made. They loved their treats and us spending time some with them. This visit showed us that even something as small as a visit and a treat is greatly appreciated. Interact would like us all to remember this: you might not be able to do a big thing to change the whole world, but you can always do something small to make one person’s day.

Results

Bridge
vs Convent
As won against both Convent and Peterhouse Girls, Bs and Cs both won one match, lost one.
Overall vs Convent won 15 - 5

Chess Interhouse Chess
Snell and Malvern played in this year's final. After a 3-3 draw, the respective house captains had to play the decider. Kudzai Nyengerai survived the loss of a major piece to cause an upset by beating Prince Sithole of Snell.

This means Malvern have retained the trophy for the 3rd consecutive year.

Top three Houses:
1. Malvern
2. Snell
3. Grinham

Public Speaking
Interhouse Impromtu Speeches
Speaking ‘off the cuff’ is extremely difficult and really nerve wracking to do. Congratulations to all those boys who had the courage to step forward to compete for their House in this event. It is one of the most challenging Interhouse events that we hold and it is also an essential skill that we all should master as we will use it so often in our adult life.

Top three Houses:
1. Ellis
2. Paget
3. Malvern

Quiz
An Interschools Quiz was hosted by St Johns and 15 schools competed.
Junior Team came 3rd, just 3 points behind the wining school: Hellenic.
The Senior team were placed 10th.
Overall Peterhouse came 6th out of the 15 teams.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

2018 High School Bass Tournament – Kentucky Lake, Tennessee
Kirk Barnes and Michael Benade took part in the 2018 High School Bass tournament held at Kentucky Lake in Tenessee USA. There were 347 teams taking part in the tournament and Kirk and Michael found the conditions difficult but managed to come 281st.

HILMAX 98km Race Harare to Bindura
Over the holidays Robert Musavaya a Grinham D block pupil completed the Hilmax 98 kilometre cycle from Harare to Bindura. The event is a charity event and all proceeds went to Nazareth house. Robert must be congratulated on completing the 98 kilometres.


Results

Archery Interhouse Archery Competition
Peterhouse hosted an Interschools Archery Tournament on Sunday. Six schools came out from Harare with their team and competed at 10m and 15m ranges.

The Peterhouse team, consisting of Kenneth Raynor, Douglas Cox, Brendan Eggersclusz, Paulo Marucchi and Zehong Xuan came second overall.

Basketball
vs St George’s P8 W1 L7 1st Team Lost 39 – 17
Watershed U20 Tournament P4 W2 L2
vs Prince Edward P7 W1 L6
vs Watershed and St John’s Emerald Hill P9 W5 L4

Half-Colours awarded to Lameck Vheriwa and Mudiwa Gova.

Cricket
vs St John’s P7 W6 L1 1st XI Won by 3 wickets
vs Wise Owl P2 W2
vs Lomagundi P4 W2 L2
vs Hellenic P4 W4 1st XI Won by 9 wickets
vs Falcon MMAS 2018 P12 W10 L2
St John’s Ram Slam T20 P4 L3 D1
Half-Colours awarded to Tabonga Ngonyamo, Adrian Burl, Vaughn Peall and Farai Musimwa

Full-Colours awarded to Sean Davis, Struan Moore-Gordon, Hayden Brain, Daniel Aucamp and Dean Milne.

Golf
Zimbabwe Interschools’ Golf held at Ruwa on Sunday 16 September:
B Division – Individual Stableford. George Ascott was second with 35 points.
Team Stableford. Peterhouse was second.

C Division – Team Stableford. Peterhouse was second.

Half-Colours awarded to Matthew Banks.

Hockey
Half-Colours awarded to Bradley Bingley, Steven Roos, Tafara Chikwanha, Vaughn Peall and Farai Musimwa.

Hockey Full-Colours awarded to Sean Davis, Hamish Rendell, Struan Moore-Gordon, Tariro Manonga and Tinotenda Kuipa.

Karate
Half-Colours awarded to Vasheel Solanky.

Rowing
2018 African Youth Games Algeria 18 to 28 July
Kenneth Raynor was crowned champion in the Africa Youth Games rowing event which took place over the full Olympic distance of 2,000 metres. In the short course event over 500metres Kenneth came 4th just 1½ seconds behind the Egyptian sculler who won. In the final event, the mixed relay, team Zimbabwe, which included Kenneth, claimed the silver medal.

2018 World Rowing Championships Czech Republic 8 to 12 August
This is the pinnacle of world junior rowing; 58 countries participated racing over 5 days, with heats, repecharges, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals. Kenneth took 2nd place in the E final placing him 26th in the world.

Mazowe Dam Regatta
Peterhouse attended a rowing regatta at Mazowe Dam on Sunday 16 September. Our new crop of novices participated admirably in what was officially their first race. We had some very good racing from all quarters with a variety of second and third places, but of particular note was the following:

Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came first in their Men's C-Division Double Scull (1000m).

Reagan Evans came first in his Men's C-Division scull race (1000m)
James Weller and Zvikomborero Charera came first in their Men's B-Division Double Scull (2000m).

Kenneth Raynor came first in the Men's A-division Scull Race (2000m), followed closely by David Rogers who came second - a good achievement from both oarsmen.
Congratulations to all who took part and we look forward to a successful rowing season in the months ahead.

St George’s Regatta at Mazowe
Our rowers enjoyed some tough racing in formidable conditions at Sunday’s St George’s Regatta at Mazowe.

Our beginners had to face strong winds and choppy conditions as they fought their way down the course, and they managed to successfully complete their races without capsizing.

David Bailey did particularly well, coming a comfortable second in his D-division Scull Race.

Farai Kachuta and Kunashe Mutabeni improved on last week’s performance in the D Division Double Scull coming in a close second, Emmanual Nyamupingidza and Reagan Evans who won their C-Division Double Scull.

Reagan Evans who won his C-Division Scull Race.
David Rogers performed admirably as well, finishing second in his A-Division Scull Race only a narrow margin behind the winner.

Rugby Half-Colours awarded to Tadiwanashe Ditima, Munashe Rushwaya, Takunda Makiwa, Billy Mapfumo, Anitodaishe Munyonga and Brendon Eggersglusz.

Full-Colours awarded to Allan Mawande, Tabonga Ngonyamo, Ethan Chimimba, Ronald Mirimi, David Bore, Lameck Vheriwa, Adam Molai, Daniel Aucamp, Rindai Machokoto and Simon Sharwood.

Soccer
Half-Colours awarded to Mukundi Madziyire.

Full-Colours awarded to Dylan Munikwa, Addmore Mawere and Tafadzwa Fantiso.

Squash
Silver Medals – these are for the A team who were runners up of the First League.
Trophy & gold medals - are for our B team who were top of the second league and goes with the medals.

vs Watershed P4 W3 L1

Swimming
Peterhouse Inter-schools Friendly Gala
1st Peterhouse 200
2nd St Johns 193
3rd Hellenic 183
4th St Georges 93
5th Kutama 91
6th Eaglesvale 62

Table Tennis
vs Heritage P2 W2

Tennis
vs Falcon P9 W2 L7

Volleyball
vs Bernard Mizeki P6 W3 L3 1st Team Lost 0 – 2
vs Tynwald P2 W2
vs St John’s P6 W4 L2 1st Team Won 2 – 0

Waterpolo
At St John’s P10 W5 L5 1st Team Won 8 – 7
At Hellenic P5 W1 L3 D1
Grant Tilley Tournament P4 W1 L3
At St John’s P7 W1 L5 D1 1st Team Won 7 – 2






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