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Peterhouse Boys

Sports & Cultural Results

SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS – LENT 2018 -7- 26 February 2018

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Archery (Sarah Shoesmith)
Our latest NASP tournament was hosted with perfect conditions by St John's Prep

PHB came 4th out of 10 schools competing with Paulo Marucchi caming second with an amazing score of 287 out of a possible 300 points.

Bridge (Patience Mansfield)
Played at St Johns College
Bs won both matches; As and Cs won one, lost one.
V PHG lost 20 – 34
V SJC won 33 – 18

Mountain Biking (Andrew Shoesmith)
The first race in the Zimbabwe Spur Schools Mountain Bike League was held on Sunday at Gosho Park, Gosho Park Community.
The Spur Mountain Bike League is a series of MTB races aimed at school aged pupils. The race is in XCO format which means riding laps of about 5km through difficult terrain, thus it is a test of skill as well as speed. The number of laps is increased for the older age groups.
The selected route was the Green route in Gosho Park which is 4.8 km long. Gosho is a stunning venue and very grateful thanks are extended to Penny Raynor and her volunteers for keeping the park so pristine and allowing us to use it.
A total of 31 riders took part, six of whom travelled from Trident College in Zambia and from Falcon. There were also 4 pupils from Springvale.

U14: 2nd Brennan Watt, 3rd Harry Orphanides
U15 1st Keith Elliott, 3rd Scott Price
U16 2nd Nicholas Dobdropolous
U17 2nd tie James Ross and Ben Shoesmith
U19 2nd Brett Elliott, 3rd Cullen Shoesmith

SERVICE CLUB ACTIVITIES

Interact Induction Lunch (Faith Nyatsuro)
New members of the Interact Club and the Board were welcomed by their President, Tapuwa Makani. He gave an inspiring speech about the hard work waiting for us in the year ahead and the effort we will evidently need to serve our communities. After the main course, the Head Mistress of the girls’ school said a few words of encouragement to the Club before the final prayer.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS

Inter-district competition at Watershed
Athlete Event Position
Brooklyn Chikaka U17 Discus 1st
Ronald Chibowora U17 Triple jump 1st
U17 Long jump 2nd
400m hurdles 2nd
Takunda Makiwa Shot put 1st
High jump 2nd
Ronald Mirimi U20 Discuss 1st
U20 Shot put 1st
Blessed shumba U20 Triple jump 1st
Tinotenda Nyadundu U17 400m 2nd
4 x 100m relay 2nd
Lionel Mhuriro 100m 2nd
Dylan Munikwa U20 High jump 2nd
Ben Lebreton U20 Javelin 2nd
Tain Smith U17 Javelin 1st

CRICKET
Vaughan Peall is awarded a baggie for his performance vs St George’s – 6 wickets, 16 runs, 10 overs

SWIMMING
Representing Mashonaland Country District

Kenan Callaghan
- Finals for 50, 100 & 200 free; 50 and 100 backstroke
- Relay swims – bronze in 200 & 400 free; 400 medley

Brandon Rouse
- Bronze in 50 & 100 backstroke
- Finals for 50 & 100 free; 50, 100 & 200 Breaststroke; 200IM
- Relay swims – bronze in 200 & 400 free; 400 medley

Paul Retzlaff
- Silver in 100 butterfly
- Bronze in 50 butterfly
- Finals in 50 & 100 freestyle
- Relay swims – bronze in 200 & 400 free; 400 medley

Kyle Saywood
- Finals in 200 breaststroke
- Relay swims – bronze in 200 & 400 free; 400 medley

TABLE TENNIS
Vs St George’s
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1
Team Score
U18 lost 2 - 3
U15 won 3 - 1

TRIATHLON
Bonaqua Troutbeck Africa Cup and National Championships 2018
Category Name Position

Junior Men U19 Brett Elliott 2nd
Junior Men U17 Marcel Paulser 2nd
Youth Boys U15 Keith Elliott 2nd
Youth Boys U15 Mathew Palmer 4th
Youth Boys U13 George Ascot 1st
(Please present trophy and medal)

Peterhouse athletes selected to go to SA Championships from the 16th to the 19th of March 2018
Marcel Paulser
Keith Elliott
Mathew Palmer
George Ascott

Dates for this tour are 16th - 19th March 2018.

VOLLEYBALL
Vs Tynwald
PLAYED 3 WON 3 LOST
Team Score
1st won 3 - 0
2nd won 2 - 1
U16 won 2 - 1

Interhouse Volleyball
Juniors won by Grinham
Middles won by Founders
Seniors won by Malvern
Overall Results won by Snell

WATERPOLO
At Hellenic
PLAYED 6 WON 1 DREW 1 LOST 4
Team Score

U14 vs CBC U14 lost 4 - 6
vs Falcon won 12 - 2

U15 vs Falcon drew 3 - 3
vs CBC U15B lost 2 - 6

U16 vs Hellenic lost 0 - 10
vs Falcon lost 5 - 7



SPORTS RESULTS – LENT 2018 -6- 12 February 2018

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)
versus Arundel
A’s won both their matches.
B’s and C’s each won one, lost one.
Overall: lost to PHG 22 – 34; won v Arundel 44 – 11

ATS DEBATE (Tonderai Nzanga)
Host School: St. George's over the weekend
Our team members were: Matthew Mutsai (Captain), Tadiwa Govore (Vice), Thabiso Molai, Praise Jaravani, Zivai Sinemani and Faizaan Bhadella. They won two and lost two matches.
Match 1: Peterhouse Boys - 69%; Hellenic - 68%.
Match 2: Peterhouse Boys- 72%; Gateway - 69%
Match 3: Peterhouse Boys - 68%; Arundel - 69%.
Match 4: Peterhouse Boys - 69%; Bulawayo Dom Convent - 71%.

QUIZ (Shepherd Mazani)
Host school St. John's at Emerald Hill
Peterhouse Junior team (Anotida Nhondova, Takudzwa Dzingai, Tinotenda Ziko) came tie 1st with St. Ignatius in a group of 16 schools.
The Peterhouse Senior team came 9th out of 18 teams.

SCHOOL NEWSPAPER (Janeen de Kock)
Keep an eye open for the latest school newspaper to be distributed tomorrow. 'The Crown' is produced and published by Peterhouse pupils for Peterhouse pupils with the Natasha Simpson as the 2018 Editor. Look for copies in each House common room and in the Library. Anyone with stories and ideas are welcome to contribute at any time.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL AWARD
The following boys have earned their Bronze Awards:
Hamish Rendell
Cecil Dondo
Tapiwa Muranda
Graeme Jackson

C Block will be introduced to the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award this week and will be taking information home to share with their parents. They are encouraged to engage in this fantastic youth development program.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
Vs Gateway
PLAYED 7 WON 4 LOST 3
Team Score
1st lost 23 - 24
2nd won 16 - 15
U16 lost 16 - 20
U15A won 17 - 12
U15B lost 3 - 5
U14A won 11 - 6
U14B won 5 - 3

CRICKET
Vs Falcon 50 Over
PLAYED 7 WON 4 LOST 3
WINNING TEAMS
U14B Won by 177 Runs
Won by 10 wickets
U15B Won by 155 Runs
U16B Won by 6 Wickets in a 4 innings match

Commiserations to the 2nds, together with Lameck Vheriwa and the 3rds who lost

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Jack Worsley-Worsick 69 N.O
• Rukudzo Mberewe 6 for 6 and 5 for 7
• Shawn Lawrence 89 ; Mukudzeyi Mabaya 4 for 24
• Anele Moyo 41
• 9th Wicket Partnership of 73 between Steven Roos and Tafadzwa Fantiso with 43 & 40 respectively

GOLF
Vs St George’s
Peterhouse won 3½ to 2½
Winning Players
Matthew Banks, Matthew Bramford and Munashe Mashangu.

Inter schools’ results
A-Division
Munashe Mashangu was 6th

B- Division
Matthew Bramford was runner-up
George Ascott came 5th

Vs Hellenic Academy
Peterhouse 3. Hellenic 3

Cocks Ties
Munashe Mashangu
Matthew Banks
Hamish Rendell
Liam Robinson

ROWING National Rowing Championships at Mazowe Dam

Kenneth Raynor came first in the Men's A Scull

Kenneth Raynor and Brendan Eggersglusz came 1st in the Men's A Double Scull and set a new course record breaking the old record previously held by PHBC oarsmen Murray Faber and Michael Johnson set in 2012

Kenneth Raynor, Brendan Eggersglusz, Douglas Cox and David Rogers came 1st in the Men's A Quad

Zvikomborero Charera and James Weller came 1st in the Men's C Double Scull

Reagan Evans came 1st in the Men's C Single Scull

Cocks Ties
David Rogers

TABLE TENNIS
Vs Peterhouse Girls
PLAYED 2 WON 2 DREW
Team Score
U18 won 5 - 0
U15 won 3 - 2

Cocks Ties
Trevor Manhanga
Tavonga Muchena
Adnaan Bhadella

TENNIS
Vs Hellenic
PLAYED 4 WON 2 DREW 1 LOST
Team Score
Open won 10 - 2
U16 won 8 - 4
U15 drew due rain
U14 rained off 9 - 0

WATERPOLO
At CBC
PLAYED 11 WON 3 LOST 8
Team Score
U14 vs CBC lost 9 - 10
vs St John’s lost 1 - 6
vs St George’s lost 4 - 5
vs CBC lost 3 - 4

U14 vs Hellenic U15B girls won 8 - 3
vs Chisipite U14A girls won 11 - 3

Collins Cup
U17 vs CBC lost 0 - 13
vs St John’s lost 2 - 8
vs Prince Edward won 8 - 1
vs Hellenic lost 1 - 2
vs St George’s lost 4 - 5

Overall Results
School Position
Falcon 1
CBC 2
St John’s 3
Hellenic 4
St George’s 5
Peterhouse 6
Prince Edward 7
Lomagundi 8

1st Team Fred Wilson Cup
Overall results
School Position
St John’s 1
Hellenic 2
St George’s 3
Falcon 4
CBC 5
Peterhouse 6


SPORTS RESULTS – LENT 2018 -5- 5 February 2018

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)
As and Cs won both their matches, Bs won one.

PHB v PHG
As 15 – 10 Bs 1 – 23 Cs 5 – 0
overall PHG won 16 – 33

PHB v Westridge
As 16 – 0 Bs 19 – 0 Cs 15 – 2
overall PHB won 35 – 0

I was delighted with the Cs most of whom had not played a match before.

DEBATE (Tonderai Nzanga)

vs Westridge
Juniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 85%; Westridge - 83%. Charles Moscrop was the Best Speaker with 87%.

Seniors drew; score: 61%.

Interhouse Chess (Artwell Chiborowa)
After 6 rounds of intense chess, Founders beat Malvern in the final to retain the trophy.
Finals results:
1. Founders
2. Malvern
3. Paget
4. Grinham
5. Snell
6. Ellis

SERVICE CLUB ACTIVITIES

Interact Club’s visit to Musha Wevana (Faith Tsuroh)
On Thursday 1st of February, we as the Interact Club visited Musha Wevana, a children’s home in Marondera. We were welcomed by the boys and girls who were more than ready to have fun for the duration of time which each individual member of the club set aside for them. We were fortunate enough to be able to give each individual child his or her own packet of biscuits. Our experiences there reminded us of our childhood memories. We played games with the children, played on their swing sets and sang songs with them. Some members of our club noticed small things which could be replaced or which we could help the home with, such as vegetable seeds which they can plant in their garden and new balls for the children. Closer to the end of our visit, we took a lot of photos and added to the memories by singing more songs. Sadly, time ran out too soon and we had to say our good-byes to people we would not forget. We left after giving more than just some packets of biscuits, but our time as well, which we as a club feel is a true representation of “Service above Self”.

We are looking forward to our next visit to Ida Wekwako, which is likely to be in the next four weeks.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS
Arundel Invitational Cross Country
School Total Points Position
Prince Edward 143 1
Peterhouse Boys 334 2
St George’s 390 3
Lomagundi 483 4
Hellenic 520 5
Watershed 542 6
Midlands Christian 769 7
Gateway 776 8
Eaglesvale 1101 9


BASKETBALL
Vs St John’s Emerald Hill High
PLAYED 7 WON 3 LOST 3
Team Score
1st was rained off - -
2nd lost 6 - 13
U16 won 10 - 8
U15A won 8 - 2
U15B lost 6 - 7
U14A won 5 - 0
U14B lost 2 - 4

CRICKET
Vs St George’s
50 Overs PLAYED 4 WON 2 LOST 2
WINNING TEAMS
1st XI Won by 4 Wickets
U14A Won by 2 Wickets chasing 114

LOSING TEAMS
U16A Lost by 4 Wickets
U15A Lost by 40 Runs

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Vaughan Peall 6 for 16
• Tadiwa Mandimutsira 5 for 26
• James Gau 41 and 4 for 30

Vs St John’s
50 Overs PLAYED 5 WON 1 LOST 2
WINNING TEAMS
3rd XI Won by 30 Runs

LOSING TEAMS
1st XI Lost by 80 Runs

RAINED OFF MATCHES
U14A were on 300 for 8 ; St John’s 54 for 2
U14B were on 178 ; St John’s 76 for 6

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Cambell Macmillan 98; Tadiwa Mandimutsira 88
• Daniel Auchamp 4 for 39
• Tawanda Muyeye 63

ROWING
Three Feathers Regatta
Kenneth Raynor came first in the Men's A Scull
Kenneth Raynor and Brendan Eggersglusz came first in the Men's A Double Scull
Kenneth Raynor, Douglas Cox, Brendan Eggersglusz and David Rogers came first in the Men's A Quad
Zvikomborero Charera and James Weller came first in the Men's C Double Scull
Reagan Evans had the performance of the day coming second in the Men's Single Scull against boys in the age group above him.

SWIMMING
St George’s Relays Gala
Position School Points
1st place Peterhouse and Hellenic 343
3rd place St Johns 324
4th place St George’s 242
5th place Kutama 174

Relay teams which achieved 1st place are:
U 15 – Medley relay
U 16 – Butterfly, Backstroke, Freestyle, and Medley relay
U17 – Breaststroke relay
Open – Breaststroke relay.

ZIMBABWE SENIOR NATIONAL SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
The following have qualified to represent Mashonaland Country Districts at the above Championships which are scheduled for the 16th to 20th February in Bulawayo
Brandon Rouse
Kennan Callaghan
Paul Retzlaff
Kyle Saywood

TABLE TENNIS
Vs Bernard Mizeki College
PLAYED 2 WON 2 DREW
Team Score
U18 won 4 - 1
U15 won 4 - 1

TENNIS
Vs St John’s
PLAYED 4 WON 2 LOST 2
Team Score
Open lost 5 - 7
U16 lost 2 - 10
U15 won 8 - 4
U14 won 11 – 1
Special Mention

Simbarashe Govore who was 5-2 down, 40 love on his serve with a fault in the first serve. He then came back and won the match 7-5.

VOLLEYBALL
Vs Bernard Mizeki College
PLAYED 10 WON 7 LOST 3
Team Score
1st lost 0 - 2
2nd won 2 - 0
U16 won 2 - 1
U15 lost 0 - 2
U14 won 2 - 0

Vs St John’s
Team Score
1st won 2 - 0
2nd won 2 - 1
U16 won 2 - 0
U15 won 0 - 2
U14 lost 1 - 2

WATERPOLO
St John’s Tournament
PLAYED 3 WON 2 LOST 1
Team Score
U14 vs St John’s U14A lost 1 - 7
U15 vs St John’s U15B Won 5 - 1
U16 vs Hellenic U16B Won 4 - 2

Falcon Tournament
1st team played 4 and lost all 4 matches.



SPORTS RESULTS – LENT 2018 - 29 January 2018

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE
vs Convent
Won 28 – 10 (As won ; Bs drew)
vs Peterhouse Girls
Won 16 -1 3 ( As won ; Bs lost)

Cocks Ties are awarded to Tatenda Nyakonda and Tadiwa Moyo for playing in the Bridge team since C block and are now one of the top pairs. They very reliable and helpful in setting up for matches and have a good standard of play.

QUIZ
The Peterhouse Quiz team competed against the Hellenic Academy and other schools being hosted there recently. Both the Junior and Senior teams fought hard against some top schools and came 4th out of 16. Peterhouse came 5th overall.

A Service Tie has been awarded to Tawanda Masaire for consistently serving the Quiz Club since D Block and participating in almost all fixtures to date.

WORLD SCHOLARS CUP
This fixture free weekend, Peterhouse hosted 6 schools, making a total of 147 pupils. Many of our participants from Peterhouse Boys School have got through to the Global Round. They can go to this round either in Barcelona or Melbourne later this year.

SERVICE CLUB ACTIVITIES

Leo Induction Lunch (Praise Jaravani)
On the 21st of January the Leo Club hosted its annual Induction Lunch which was a memorable event with incredible food and heartfelt speeches. The outgoing Leo members left their words of wisdom to the keen, incoming members. The best of which was in David Bore's speech in which he told the incoming President some pearls of wisdom regarding "Happy Girls = Happy Life". The induction lunch was well catered by Introwise with the help of the Hospitality club and a few select boys who loved nothing more than spending the afternoon with the girls, even if it meant waiting tables. All in all, it was a well spent afternoon and the Leo cub would like to thank all those involved in setting up and most of all Mr Redfern for kindly lending the club his sound system.


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS
Interhouse Cross Country
House Total Points Position
Founders 1156 - 1
Malvern 1181 - 2
Ellis 1235 - 3
Paget 1241 - 4
Snell 1358 - 5
Grinham 1413 - 6

Special Mention
Age - Distance Winner / Runner-Up
U14 – 4.164km George Ascott  / Mukonoweshuro Mufaro
U15 – 4.164km Scott Price (N.R 18.25.03mins)  / Keith Elliot
U16 – 6.46km Matthew Palmer (N.R 23.06.22mins)  / James Edwards
U17 – 6.46km Dylan Mawire / Shamus Ratcliffe
U18 – 8.04km Nathaniel Guni Robets / Tinotenda Nyadundu
U20 – 8.04km Kenneth Raynor / Douglas Cox

BASKETBALL
Vs Watershed
PLAYED 6 WON 3 LOST 3
Team Score
1st won 39 – 12
2nd lost 6 - 17
U16 won 23 - 17
U15 lost 9 - 29
U14A lost 10 - 11
U14B won 9 - 5

Special Mention
Our best performer was Mudiwa Gova, he scored 12 points

SWIMMING
CANA ZONE IV INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The following pupils have been selected to represent the Zimbabwe Development Team.

Kenan Callaghan
Paul Retzlaff

They will be travelling to Lilongwe, Malawi in March 2018 during the school holidays

TABLE TENNIS
Vs Prince Edward
PLAYED 2 WON 1 DREW 1
Team Score
U18 drew 1 - 1
U15 won 3 - 1

Vs Gateway
PLAYED 2 WON 2 LOST
Team Score
U18 won 5 - 0
U15 won 4 - 0

TRIATHLON
Mount Pleasant Races
Category Age Group Names Position
F Quarter 14-15 Elliott Keith 1
F Quarter 14-15 Palmer Matthew 2
G Half 16-17 Paulser Marcel 2

WATERPOLO
Bruce Kennedy Tournament
PLAYED 4 WON 3 LOST 1
Team Score
1st vs St John’s Won 10 - 9
1st vs St George’s Won 6 - 4
1st vs Prince Edward Won 4 - 3
1st vs Hellenic Lost 5 - 7
PH 1st came 3rd overall on points difference out of 5 Schools



SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS 22.01.2018 


BLOOD DONATIONS
Well done to all our blood donors.
We managed to collect 73 units of blood.
PHB – 29
PHG – 44

ACADEMIC MATTERS

Academic colours awarded to:

Cecil Dondo (3A*, 5A)
Timothy Elton (4A*, 5A)
Angus Fergusson (6A*, 1A)
Praise Jaravani (7A*, 2A)
Thabiso Molai (2A*, 5A)
Mufaro Mungoni (4A*, 3A)
Gareth Ncube (5A*, 3A)
David Rogers (3A*, 5A)
Zivai Sinemani (7A*, 2A)
Tinashe Timba (7A*, 3A)
Michael Zartmann (2A*, 5A)
Taruvinga Marufu (3A*, 6A)

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

ARCHERY ( Sarah Shoesmith)
The school archery team competed at Heritage School this weekend against 6 other schools.

Peterhouse Boys team came third behind Peterhouse Girls and the Archer Access team.

Paolo Marucchi came second with 289 out of a possible 300 points this weekend. Chayce Ross, Adrian Burl and Tinashe Timba also competed as part of our Peterhouse team.

Paolo is ranked second in the country. He, and Xuan Zehong (D Block), have been selected into the Zimbabwe Archery Squad to compete in the All Africa Games, South Africa, in April this year.

SERVICE CLUB ACTIVITIES

KUKURA NESHUNGU (Robert Chiminya)
On Saturday the 13th of Jan, the Kukura Neshungu (KN) Club organized a Movie night to raise money for the Home in Marondera. Lots of boys attended and it was well managed by members of the Club. Smoothies racked in $508 and $924 was obtained from the entry fee. The film was very entertaining. A total of $1432 was raised. The KN members will decide how it will benefit KN institution once they have visited The Home later this term.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS

WATERSHED CROSS COUNTRY
School Total Points
Prince Edward 144 1
Peterhouse Boys 356 2
St George’s 481 3

BASKETBALL
vs PRINCE EDWARD
PLAYED 12 WON 4 LOST 8
Team / SCORE
1st lost 27 – 39
2nd lost 23 - 33
U16A won 17 - 14
U16B lost 14 - 18
U15A lost 8 – 22
U15B lost 0 - 20
U14A lost 9 - 25
U14B won 7 – 4

U20 HARARE INERNATIONAL SCHOOL TOURNAMENT
Group Stage vs HIS won 19-17
PE lost 29-10
Churchill lost 46-20
3rd/4th Place vs HIS won 26-20

SPECIAL MENTION
Our best performer was Kudzai Nyengerai. He scored 12 points vs Prince Edward

CRICKET
vs Hellenic
50 Overs PLAYED 6 WON 6 LOST
WINNING TEAMS
1st XI Won by 135 Runs
U16 A Won by 198 Runs
U15 A Won by 99 Runs
U14 A Won by 7 Wickets

WINNING TEAM vs WISE-OWL
3rd XI Won by 73 Runs

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Struan Moore Gordon 42; Tabonga Ngonyamo 40
• Hayden Brain 3 for 6; Deane Milne 3 for 19
• David Bennet 83; David Mortelman 7 for 13
• James Gau 5 for 17; Ross Mills 3 for 23
• Thomas Webb 64; Joseph Hilderbrand 59 N.O
• Prince Sithole 38; Matthew Banks 5 for 15

T20 vs Hellenic
1st XI won by 113 Runs

Tawanda Muyeye 113 Not Out; Sean Davis 56

vs CBC
50 Overs PLAYED 5 WON 3 LOST 2
WINNING TEAMS
2nd XI Match was drawn but won on 1st
Innings
U15 A Won by 9 Wickets
U15 A Won by 216 Runs

LOSING TEAM
U16 B lost by 8 Wickets
U15 B vs CBC U14 lost by 6 Wickets

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Munashe Mashangu 3 for 31; Steven Roos 6 for 30
• Tendai Mataranyika 3 for 4, 3 for 17 & 100 not out for 1st game; 3 for 17 for 2nd game
• Ross Mills 4 for 10
• Tavonga Makororo 3 for 4

ROWING
ABC REGETTA AT MAZOE DAM

Kenneth Raynor came first in Men's A Single Scull

Kenneth Raynor and Brendan Eggersglusz came First in the Men's A Double Scull

Cullen Shoesmith and Percy Mombeyarara came second in the Men's B Double Scull

Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came first in the Men's D Double Scull

The highlight of the day was the 1st Crew Quad of Kenneth Raynor, Douglas Cox, Brendan Eggersglusz, David Rogers and coxed by Zvikomborero Charera who came first in the Men's A Quad setting a new course record by 11 seconds.

SQUASH
vs ST JOHN’S B TEAM
PLAYED 3 WON LOST 3
Team SCORE
C lost 2 - 5
B lost 2 - 5
A lost 1 - 6

VOLLEYBALL
vs St John’s [Emerald Hill]
PLAYED 6 WON 3 LOST 3
Team Scores
1st won 2 - 0
2nd won 2 - 0
3rd lost 0 - 2
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 lost 1 - 2
U14 won 2 - 0

WATERPOLO
Hellenic Tournament
PLAYED 10 WON 4 Drew 2 LOST 4
Team Scores
U14 vs St John’s U14 Lost 2 - 7
U14 vs Hellenic U14B Won 9 - 0
U15 vs Hellenic U15 Lost 0 - 10
U15 vs St John’s U15 Drew 0 - 0
U16 vs St George’s U16 Won 3 - 0
U16 vs St John’s U15A Lost 0 - 3

1st ZWART TROPHY
vs St George’s won 4 - 1
vs Falcon Drew 4 - 9
vs Hellenic lost 5 - 8
vs St George’s won 2 - 0

PH 1st Team Came 5th out of 6 Schools


SPORTS & CULTURAL RESULTS 18.01.2018 

DUKE OF EDINBURGH
James Weller and James Edwards award – bronze awards.

LEO CLUB
Mr Nzanga and Mr Whitcomb would like to thank the Leo Club for their financial donation which was used to buy extra presents and snacks for the Rector’s Christmas Party which was held at the end of last term.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs St George’s
PLAYED 12, WON 5, LOST 7
1st lost 47 – 51
2nd lost 9 – 36
3rd won 20 – 11
U16A won 28 – 23
U16B lost 11 – 16
U15A won 15 – 10
U15B lost 2 – 11
U14A lost 0 –10
U14B lost 4 – 8

vs HIS
PLAYED 3, Won 2, Lost 1
U14 lost 12 – 17
2nd won 35 – 23
1st won 34 – 19

CRICKET
1st XI Won by 10 Wickets against Mash East

vs St John’s
PLAYED 5, WON 4, LOST 2

2nd XI Won by 69 Runs defending 257
U16A Won by 114 Runs defending 267
U15A Lost by 3 Runs chasing 120
U15B Lost the T20 game by 4 wickets
U15B Won the T10 game by 19 runs

GOOD PERFORMANCES
• Eugene Sigauke 5 for 43
• Munotinda Marimirofa 4 for 24
• Brendan Hilderbrand 88

ROWING
Hunyani Regatta held at Mazowe Dam last Sunday
Kenneth Raynor came first in the Men's A Single Scull
Kenneth Raynor and Douglas Cox came first in the Men's A Double Scull
Zvikomborero Charera came first in the Men's C Single Scull
Reagan Evans came first in the Men's D Single Scull
Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came first in the Men's Double Scull.
Of the 20 athletes from PHBC who competed at the regatta 14 won a race across the girls and boys categories.
Full colours for Rowing awarded to Kenneth Raynor.

RING ROAD - INTERHOUSE RELAY
1,344 METERS LONG (1.344 km)
224 METERS PER INDIVIDUAL / BLOCK
15 LAPS – TOTAL LENGTH 20.16 kms

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

Winning Time 49 minutes 45 seconds
Average Speed 24.31 km/h

TENNIS
vs Prince Edward
PLAYED 4, WON 3, LOST 1
Team/SCORE
1st won 8 - 4
U16 won 8 - 4
U15 won 9 - 3
U14 lost 5 - 7

WATERPOLO
St John’s & Hellenic Tournament
PLAYED 9, WON 4, Drew 1, LOST 4
Team/Scores
U14 vs Hellenic U14B Won 7 - 4
U15 vs Lomagungi U16 Drew 2 - 2
U16 vs Hellenic U15A Won 7 - 4
U17 vs Lomagundi 1st Won 8 - 5
1st vs St Johns Won 4 - 3

2018 SPORT CAPTAINS
Discipline / Captain / Vice-Captain
Athletics - Dylan Munikwa / Ethan Chimimba & Blessed Shumba
Basketball - Lameck Vheriwa
Cricket - Struan Moore-Gordon / Dean Milne
Cross Country - Ethan Chimimba
Golf - Matthew Banks
Rowing - Kenneth Raynor
Squash - Sean Davis
Swimming -Connor Eksteen
Table Tennis - Trevor Manhanga
Tennis - Tadiwa Govore
Volleyball - Takudzwa Mapfeka
Waterpolo - Simon Sharwood

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