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Peterhouse Boys

Sports & Cultural Results

SPORTS RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017
-7- 30 October 2017

RECYCLING
A reminder to please sort waste into the different categories so that it can go for recycling and reduce our land fill. Cans need to be crushed so they don’t take up so much space in the truck.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Archery (Andrew Shoesmith)
Paulo Marruchi competed in an Interschools’ Archery event this weekend.

He came 5th with 276/300 points in the 3D target shooting - where they fire arrows into 3dimensional targets.

He came 1st with 288/300 points in the Bullseye event – shooting at targets which are 10m and 15m away from the shooting line.

Bridge (Patience Mansfield)
vs Prince Edward Bs won 15 – 1
vs Peterhouse Girls Bs won 13 – 0
Combined PHB/PHG Cs v PE won 22 – 8

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Rufaro Hoto has earned his Bronze Award
Wandile and Sandile Ncube have both earned their Silver Awards

Ties, Credits and Distinctions
Service ties for Music.
These are earned if you are in the choir for 6 years. This is the biggest 6th Form group we have ever had. They have won awards every year at the Eisteddfod.

Kudzo Chiwara
Tadiwanashe Dzuda
Don Gwiza
Tinotenda Heri
Munashe Jani
Jermaine Joseph
Velile Malaba
Kudzai Mufanebadza
Garikai Muhwati
Anesu Muzondo
Marcus Nichole
Kelvin Nyakonda
Makomborero Pashapa
Rodney Sachiti

Half Colours for Music for achieving Grade 5 ABRSM exams or for being a lead in Musical Play in addition to other contributions made within the Music Department.
Chayce Ross
Kudzaishe Rufasha
Connor Eksteen
Tariro Manonga
Addmore Mawere


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs Goromonzi
PLAYED 7, WON 2, LOST 5

U17 lost 46 – 68
U16A lost 19 – 20
U16B won 27 - 14
U15A won 27 – 10
U15B lost 14 – 33
U14A lost 10 – 16
U14B lost 5 – 14

St George’s U16 Tournament
Group
vs Westridge won 16-15
St Johns won 22-20
Falcon won 18-15
Kyle won 29-17

1/4 Finals
vs St George’s lost 12-23

Full Colours awarded to Kudzanai Makanza and Walter Mukotekwa.

CRICKET
vs Gateway
PLAYED 3, WON 2, DREW 1
U14 B Won by 120 runs.
U15 B Won by 1 wicket.
U16 B Match drawn.

Good Performance
Ben Shoesmith 51 Gamu Madzireri 52

MOUNTAIN BIKING
Full Colours awarded to Brett Elliott.

SWIMMING
Mutare Sprint Gala
Kenan Callaghan won 2 gold, 2 silver
Brandon Rouse won 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze

TRIATHLON
Marcel Paulser has been selected to represent Zimbabwe in the Youth Olympic games’ being held in Buenos Aires in October 2018.

SQUASH
Interhouse Squash
Seniors: 1st - Ellis
Middles: 1st - Ellis
Juniors: 1st - Snell

VOLLEYBALL
vs BMC
PLAYED 3, WON 1, LOST 2
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 lost 0 - 2
U14 won 2 - 1

vs Cherutombo
PLAYED 3, WON 1, LOST 2
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 lost 0 - 2
U14 won 2 - 1


RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017

-6- 16 October 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Allied Arts for Prose and Poetry (Tonderai Nzanga)
The English Department sent 50 entries to the National Allied Arts Literary Festival.
Honours Grades were awarded to:
Charles Moscrop (Form 2 Prose)
Martin Hakunavanhu (Form 2 Poetry).

First Grade Plus Awards were awarded to:
David Mortleman (Form 2 Prose)
Ivan Rwodzi (Form 2 Poetry).

The following boys got a First Grade pass:
Nigel Mushayavanhu,Nyasha Odero,Sebastian Bicknell,Crispen Mashingaidze,Tapiwanashe Chibwe,Anesu Chiwara, Kudzaiishe Wazara, Munashe Mashangu, Prince Sithole,Ian Fowlds.

BRIDGE
vs St John’s ( Patience Mansfield)
PHB Juniors lost to SJC 1 – 12 but won v PHG Juniors 8 – 1

DEBATE
Junior Debate hosted at Chisipite (Tonderai Nzanga)
Peterhouse Junior team won. Peterhouse 79%; Chisipite - 75%.
Praise Jaravani was the Best Speaker with 74%.
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Service Clubs
Leo Visit to Kukura Neshungu (David Bore (Leo President))
The Leo club recently visited Kukura NeShungu.
Activities included singing and dancing with the group as well as engaging in general conversation. Although half the group had speech disabilities we still felt their gratitude through their actions as they thanked us for the goods we took them, as well as the visit.

We continue to serve as the Leo club. If you wish to be a part of something bigger than yourself and wish to join in the service B and A block can fill in an application form that is provided by the Leo representative in your house.

Become a member and help change the world one small step at a time.

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Tariro Manonga has earned his Bronze Award


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SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs St BMC
PLAYED 8, WON 5, LOST 3
1st won 34 – 20
2nd won 32 – 12
U16A won 22 – 20
U16B lost 25 – 29
U15A won 27 – 10
U15B lost 13 – 14
U14A won 27 – 2
U14B lost 2 – 8

St John’s U15 Tournament
We won 3 group games:
St Johns B won 21-19
Eaglesvale won 39-7
St Georges B won 25-7
1/4 Finals
Heritage lost 20-9

CRICKET
vs PRINCE EDWARD
PLAYED 10, WON 9, LOST 0, DREW 1
U14B (2 matches ) by 6 wickets and 174 runs
U14A (2 matches) by 10 wickets and 83 runs,
U15B by an innings and 10 runs.
U15A by 319 runs
U16B by 168 runs
U16A by 8 wickets
2nd XI match drawn
1st XI by 2 wickets (Sean Davis and Daniel Auchamp saw us home)

Good Performances:
Tendekai Chifamba 56; Mukudzei Mabaya 91 n.o.
David Zvakanaka and Tafadzwa Mupudzi 4 wickets each
Kudakwashe Nyamupingidza 7 for 13
Absley Gapara 7 for 12; Cory Versveld 4 for 6
Steven Saul 148; Kian Arnold 86; David Bennett 5 for 9
Ben Shoesmith 63; Murray Soltau 4 for 8
Munashe Mashangu 5 for 28
Farai Musimwa 52
Brook Brymer 74

Rectors handshake for making either a century or getting 5 wickets or more.
Kudakwashe Nyamupingidza 7 for 13
Absley Gapara 7 for 12
Steven Saul 148
David Bennett 5 for 9
Munashe Mashangu 5 for 28

TRIATHLON
Selection Race 1

Quarter Distance Boys 14 - 15 years old
1st - Matthew Palmer
3rd - Keith Elliott
7th - Connor Collett

Half Distance Boys 16-17 years old
2nd - Marcel Paulser

WATERPOLO
Todd and Kesson Trophies
U15 came 7th out of 7
U14 came 4th out of 6


RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017

-5- 9 October 2017

ACADEMIC MATTERS
Munyaradzi Marazanye came 4th in the final round of the mind boggling Old Mutual Mathematics Olympiad Examination. Certificate.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)
A team won both their games 8– 0 v Arundel and 14 – 1
v PHG (Connor Collett C Block Ellis played As!!!)
B team won v Arundel 22 – 1 but lost v PHG 0 – 24 (very inconsistent!)

CHESS (Artwell Chiborowa)
League chess
Played 3, won 2, lost 1
vs Kwayedza High lost 5-1
vs Marlborough won 4-2
vs Tafara High won 6-0

Rapid Chess Challenge
This year's winner in Nigel Mushayavanhu (D block). Playing against more seasoned opponents in Vth and VI form, he played exciting chess and won all 6 matches, beating Tyrone Midzi (the captain) in the final. Well done Nigel!

SERVICE CLUBS
Leo Visit to Ida-Wekwako Old Peoples’ Home (David Bore (Leo President)

On Monday 25 September, the Leo club visited the Ida-wekwako old people’s home. We spent time conversing and engaging with the elderly, as they passed on their words of wisdom, and stories of how they used to get all the girls and boys to fall for them - back in the day.

We were accompanied by Mr. Mhete, who also helped in presenting the goods that were bought for the old people’s home. The Leo Club have decided they will use some of their funds to purchase a brand new stove for the home.

If you are in B or A Block and wish to join the club, application forms will be handed out in your Houses tomorrow.


TIES, CREDITS AND DISTINCTIONS

Credits have awarded to Terance Sage, Ruben De Kock, Aiden Moss, Joylon Sage for their work backstage during Sister Act

Credits have been awarded to the following boys for their help at recent Interhouse and Interschool swimming galas:
Gianmarco Marucchi, Tinotenda Nhema, Nyamarebvu Mukudzeishe, Milan Raja, Dakota Cameron, Oliver Langley Nhamo Mahovo, Tinotenda Benza, Blessed Shumba, Tapuwa Makani, Addmore Mawere, David Bore, Christopher Crawford, Prince Sithole, Cecil Dondo, Praise Jaravani, Munashe Rushwaya,
Tafadzwa Hale, Takunda Mugabe, Tashinga Chikwanha, Ngonidzashe Musowe, Tashinga Chikwanha and Kegan Stubbs for his help at the Boys A Section Gala in Harare.

Distinctions have been awarded to:

Graeme Jackson - for ably assisting backstage during Sister Act and for his hard work with the light technicians during the show.
Torrin Bissett and Cullen Shoesmith - for ably assisting backstage during Sister Act and their invaluable help moving the set and reconstructing it on the the stage at Reps.

Bruce Benade – for willingly stepping into the role of captain for swimming, in a time of need, as well as for his contribution to the school team at the Boys A Section Gala.

Shiraaz Bhadella - for his invaluable help scoring at swimming events this term; Shiraaz remained calm, patient and efficient in his role in every Gala.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs St John’s
PLAYED 7, WON 2, LOST 5
1st won 26 – 25
2nd lost 1 – 16
U15A lost 18 – 25
U15B lost 6 - 11
U14A lost 9 – 14
U14B lost 3 – 6
U14C won 12 – 0

Special Mention
The best player was Lameck Vheriwa with a game high of 8 points.

GOLF
Full colours awarded to Anesu Muzondo.

SWIMMING
Boys’ Interschools A Gala
1st St John’s College 474
2nd Christian Brothers College 417
3rd St George’s College 378
4th Hellenic Academy 362
5th Peterhouse Boys 331
6th Kutama College 177
7th Eaglesvale 118

Special mention
James Whittall who was 1st in the U14 50metre backstroke;
Brandon Rouse who was 1st in the U15 200metre individual medley

TABLE-TENNIS
vs Gateway
PLAYED 2, WON 1, LOST 1

U18 lost 1 - 3
U15 won 5 - 0

VOLLEYBALL
vs St George’s
PLAYED 5, WON 3, LOST 2
1st lost 0 – 3
2nd won 2 - 0
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 won 3 - 0
U14 won 2 - 0

Peterhouse U16 Tournament
U16 B: Played 4, Won 1, Lost 3
U16 'A': Played 6, Won 3, Lost 3

Group stages
v St George's lost 2-0
v BMC won 2-0
v CBC won 2-0
v St John's won 2-0

Quarter finals
vs BMC lost 2-1

Overall, Peterhouse came 4th out of 15 and were awarded a shield.

Special Mention Wandile Ncube was awarded a brand new ball for being the player with the best reception at the tournament

CRICKET
St Georges 7 October 2017 Played 8 won 7

1st XI who lost narrowly by just 1 wicket defending 235
Robert Chiminya 63

2nd XI vs Eastern’s Development team by 4 wickets chasing 142

U14 B’s won by 8 wickets
Reagan Evans 52 n.o.

U15 B’s won by 10 wickets
Brandon Rouse 50.n.o.
Nicholas Kuipers 4 for 8.

U16 B’s won by 7 wickets

U14’A’s won by 112 runs making 338,
Tendekai Mataranyika 107
Dylan Grant 57

U15 A’s won by 27 runs defending 316
Bryan Bennett 108
David Bennett 59

U16 A’s won by 159 runs defending 259
Zack Liebenberg 76
Taine Smith 107 n.o.
Munashe Mashangu 5 for 30

Rectors hand Shake.
Tendekai Mataranyika 107, Taine Smith 107 n.o.
Munashe Mashangu 5 for 30


RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017
-4- 4 October 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES


DUKE OF EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Tristan Barron has been awarded his Bronze certificate.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs Watershed
PLAYED 5 WON 4 LOST 1
1st won 59 – 47
2nd won 17 - 10
U16A won 23 – 12
U15A won 12 - 11
U14A lost 10 – 25

Special Mention
The best player was Walter Mukotekwa with a game high of 18 points.

Interhouse
Position House
1st Snell
2nd Founders
3rd Grinham


SWIMMING
Swimming Interhouse Gala at Peterhouse

1st Malvern 229
2nd Founders 214
3rd Paget 192
3rd Grinham 192
5th Ellis 185
6th Snell 157

Special mention

• Brandon Rouse (Paget) broke the U15 backstroke and breaststroke records,
• Kenan Callaghan (Malvern) broke the U15 butterfly record which has stood for thirteen years

Malvern and Founders broke the fifteen year old Roll-up Relay record

The individual stars of the gala (and winners of the Victor Ludorum in their respective age groups) were:

U14 James Whittall (Paget)
U15 Brandon Rouse (Paget)
U16 Crispen Mashingaidze (Grinham)
U17 Oliver Philp (Malvern)
Open Simon Sharwood (Ellis)

TENNIS
vs Churchill
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1
1st Churchill forfeited points awarded Peterhouse
U16 Churchill forfeited points awarded Peterhouse
U15 lost 3 - 5
U14 won 8 - 1

VOLLEYBALL
vs HIS
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1
1st lost 1 - 2
2nd won 2 – 1

vs St John’s
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1
U15 won 2 - 0
U14 lost 1 – 2

vs St George’s
PLAYED 3 LOST 3
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 lost 1 - 2
U14 lost 0 - 2


RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017

-3- 25 September 2017

CULTURAL RESULTS

ARCHERY (Kelly Moore)
Peterhouse came 3rd out of 7 senior schools at a recent competition at Arundel.

Paulo Marruchi shot 289 and Chayce Ross shot 281 out of a possible 300 points.

BRIDGE (Miss Mansfield)
vs Convent
PHB lost 11 – 22 (Cs won their section)
vs PHG
Overall PHB won 25 – 20 (As and Cs won their sections)

DEBATE (Tonderai Nzanga)
vs Hellenic
The Peterhouse Junior Team drew with Hellenic 80%.
Charles Moscrop and Thabiso Molai spoke very well

QUIZ
St John’s College (Shepherd Mazani)
Overall Peterhouse was placed 9th.
A Service Tie is awarded to Tinotenda Motsi.
For being an unwavering member of the Quiz Club since B block and for mentoring newer members of the club over the past two years.

INFINITY PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Harare Athletics Club (H.A.C) Trail Run (Andrew Shoesmith)
Peterhouse hosted the grand finale in a series of Trail Runs organized by the Harare Athletics Club on Sunday. Two tracks were created in Calderwood Park – one of 7km and the other of 14km. A total of 230 runners entered.
Special thanks to Mr Borlase and his Estates team for helping lay out the tracks. 7 Peterhouse boys ran in this event as did a large number of girls from Peterhouse Girls.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Tinotenda Motsi has been awarded his Bronze Award.
David Rogers has earned his Silver Award.

TIES, CREDITS AND DISTINCTIONS
Mrs Trewartha has awarded Reuben de Kock a Distinction for his work on the Blue Cross.

GLOBAL YOUNG LEADERS CONFERENCE - Tadiwa Govore
Last term one boy and 8 girls from the Peterhouse Group travelled to the USA to represent Zimbabwe in the Global Young Leaders Conference. The conference was held over a period of ten days and was based in Washington DC and New York.
The Global Young Leaders’ Conference is a unique experience that is currently offered only by Peterhouse in Zimbabwe and enables pupils to expand their horizons as they are placed in a global setting, competing and interacting with scholars from all parts of the globe. This is a worthwhile experience and I urge more boys from the school to take a keen interest in this.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs St George’s
PLAYED 8, WON 2, LOST 6
1st lost 36 – 43
2nd lost 5 - 13
U16A lost 10 – 19
U16B lost 11 - 13
U15A lost 12 - 15
U15B won 10 - 5
U14A won 8 – 7
U14B lost 6 - 8

CRICKET
It was a hugely successful weekend of Peterhouse cricket.

The 1st XI got into the final at St Johns and of the 17 fixtures against Falcon Peterhouse won 15.

Ram Slam T20
1st XI runners up having made the final.

In the round robin matches,
PH Beat Churchill by 10 wickets
i. Daniel Aucamp 3 for 9
ii. Tawanda Muyeye 63 n.o

PH beat St Johns by 21 runs
i. Tawanda Muyeye 163 n.o.
ii. Dhlin Goven 4 for 29

In the semi-final PH Beat Clifton from S.A. by 10 runs
i. Tawanda Muyeye 115
ii. Greg Liebenberg 4 for 21
iii. Dean Milne 3 for 31
iv. Robert Chiminya 50 runs 3 wickets and 2 run outs

In the Final we lost by 35 runs to St Andrews chasing 214
i. Robert Chiminya 5 for 34 all of those wickets came in Robert’s last over including a hat trick
ii. Robert Chiminya 91
iii. Tabonga Ngonyamo 49

i. Most wickets in tournament Robert Chiminya (10)
ii. 2nd Daniel Aucamp (8)
iii. Most runs Tawanda Muyeye (356)
iv. Most catches Scott Innes and Sean Davies (3) each

PH boys selected for a team of the Tournament:
Tawanda Muyeye, Robert Chiminya and Daniel Aucamp

vs Falcon
Friday T 20’s
PLAYED 8, WON 6, LOST 2
Winning teams : U14A & B, U15A & B, U16 B, 3rd XI

U16As and 2nd XI the two losing teams, both sides won on Saturday

U14A won by 54 runs /
U14B won by 6 wickets /
U15A won by 143 defending 206 /
U15B won by 34 runs /
U16B lost by 13 runs /
2nd XI lost by 38 runs.

Good performances
Declan Grant 57 n.o.
David Mortelman 79
David Bennett 44 and 3 for 12
Hayden Brain 57
Hamish Rendell 46.

Saturday 50 0vers:

PLAYED 9, WON 9
U14B won by 281
U14A won by 42 runs,
15B won by 302 runs
U15A won by 241
U16B won by 7 runs
U16A won by 106,
3rd XI won by 39 runs
2nd XI won by 37 runs

Good performances
Michael Sawood 147
Reagan Evans 122
Thomas Webb 66,
Brendan Hilderbrand 70 n.o. and 3 for 0
Brian Bennett 49
Kian Arnold 44
David Bennett 3 for 12,
Charl Kotze 92
Zack Liebenberg 62 and 4 for 43
Liam Brymer 75
Hayden Brain 51
Hamish Rendell 58
Hemal Rana and Carl Robinson 3 wickets
Christian Hough 4 for 49

RECTORS HAND SHAKE
Michael Sawood 147 Reagan Evans 122, Tawanda Muyeye 163 n.o. and 115 & Robert Chiminya Daniel Aucamp for being selected to the tournament eleven

SWIMMING
Interschool Gala at Peterhouse
1st St John’s
2nd Hellenic
3rd Peterhouse Boys
4th St George’s
5th Kutama
6th Eaglesvale

Special mention
Crispen Mashingaidze who won all of his individual events,
Reigan Parham who came first in the Open breaststroke,
Paulo Marucchi who came first in the U15 Freestyle,

And the U16 age group made up of Crispen Mashingaidze, Hunter Greeff, Ben Palmer, and Kudzaishe Wazara who placed first in all of their relays.

TENNIS
vs Watershed
PLAYED 4, WON 4
1st won 10 - 2
U16 won 12 - 0
U15 won 11 - 1
U14 won 12 - 0

VOLLEYBALL
vs BMC
PLAYED 5, WON 1, LOST 4
1st lost 1 - 3
2nd lost 1 - 2
U16 lost 0 - 2
U15 lost 0 - 2
U14 won 2 - 1

WATERPOLO
Round-robin at Hellenic
PLAYED 6, WON 1, LOST 5
U14A vs
St George’s U14Alost 3 – 7
Hellenic U15B lost 3 - 9

U15A vs
Hellenic U15A lost 0 - 8
St John’s U14A won 10 - 1

U16A vs
Hellenic U16A lost 0 - 5
St John’s U16A lost 3 - 13

1st Team Games hosted by CBC
PLAYED 6, WON 1, LOST 5
1st vs Falcon lost 3 - 6
1st vs PE won 9 - 2
1st vs Hellenic lost 4 - 8
1st vs CBC lost 4 - 7
1st vs St John’s lost 0 - 10
1st vs St George’s lost 4 - 7



RESULTS – MICHAELMAS 2017

-2- 18 September 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Toastmasters to Chisipite (Don Gwiza Secretary)
On Wednesday the 13th of September, the Toastmasters Society paid a visit to Chisipite School after being invited by their Eloquence Public Speaking Society. Under the nights theme based on the question, “ Is success simply up to fate”, we had the opportunity to debate, discuss, present and converse on the ways in which success can be attained and achieved and this included a speech by our very own Mr .Mhaka. The dark night was brightened with impromptu speeches from both parties with the standout speaker, Mr. Somers-Walters confessing in that if he was Harry Potter he would have 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Ms in his bank account.
The meeting was rounded off with a speech of my own titled ‘Sex is everywhere’. A topic always ignored but which needs to be discussed. This was our third and probably final visit of the year and it was yet another step in our growth as future leaders of this world.

Pecha Kucha(Sarah Shoesmith)
‘Pecha Kucha’ is Japanese for ‘chit chat’. It is a relevant and popular version of presenting an idea and is used in many countries all over the World. It is open to anyone in 6th Form from PHG and PHB and involves public speaking and presentation skills. Each term, there are roughly two or three meetings.

Last week, Tadiwanashe Munyawarara was our host in the Megahey Cneter. We used the big screen in the Center to display the images that each presentation has to come up with.

Each presentation is exactly 6 mins and 40 secs. It can be on ANY topic the presenter is passionate about and HAS to include 20 images. Each image auto-rotates every 20seconds, which means the presenter has to get their point across in a punchy, simple and acute manner. No waffling is allowed!

To end off each meeting, a member of the club comes to the meeting with four arbitrary images – of anything at all! A person in the audience is picked and has 30 seconds to look at the image and then 30 seconds to talk about the image – a visual version of an impromptu speech. Not as easy as it sounds! Miss Hanley did very well talking about some broken egg shells with graffiti written inside them!

At our last meeting Mr Blackett did an excellent Pecha Kucha on ‘the Royal Navy’. Marcus Nichol did his on his ‘Rugby Tour to Namibia’ and two girls from PHG also did very interesint presentations, one on ‘Oppression’ and the other on ‘Relationships at School’.

We welcome 5th Form to our next meeting, to come and see what this modern and exciting Public Speaking and presentation skill is all about. Watch the Hot board for dates.

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Adventurous Journey to the Gairezi River (Sarah Shoesmith)
19 Bronze Awarders from PHG and PHB walked 30km along the Gairezi river this weekend, as part of their Bronze Award. Frost caked our tents every morning but it was hot enough to swim during the day, and fortunately there had been no bush fires yet, so the scenery was absolutely spectacular.


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

BASKETBALL
vs Heritage
PLAYED 5, WON 3, LOST 2
1st won 25 – 22
2nd won 11 - 7
U16 won 16 - 6
U15 lost 15 - 21
U14 lost 3 – 5

The best player was Lameck Vheriwa, he scored 8 points.

U20 Watershed Tournament at Watershed
PLAYED 3, WON 1, LOST 2
1st vs Heritage won 14 - 3
1st vs Falcon lost 10 - 15
1st vs PE lost 11 - 36

CRICKET
vs St John’s
50 Overs PLAYED 10, WON 7, LOST 3
WINNING TEAMS
U14 A Won by 27 Runs defending 279
U14 B Won by 8 Wickets chasing 62
U15 A Won by 166 Runs
U15 B Won by 66 Runs defending 170
2nd XI Won by 2 Wickets chasing 134

LOSING TEAM
U16 B Lost by 7 Wickets to an overage St John’s
U16 A Lost by 4 Wickets defending 242
1st XI Lost by 163 Runs chasing 295

GOOD PERFORMANCES
James Gau 84, Ross Mills 62 and 4 for 54
David Bennett 142 and 2 for 33, Kian Arnold 59
Brendon Rouse 86, Tafadzwa Madziwa 5 for 30
Dhilin Vriglar-Goven 6 for 22 and 72
Gareth Munatserei 50

T20s
U14B won a second T20 game.
2nd XI won a second T20 game by 70 runs defending 179.

Hayden Brain, Adrian Burl and Vaughan Peall all made 40s

RECTORS HANDSHAKE
David Bennett 142
Tafadzwa Madziwa 5 for 30
Dhilin Vriglar - Goven 6 for 22
David Bennett 142 and 2 for 33, Kian Arnold 59

TENNIS
vs Eaglesvale
PLAYED 4, WON 4
1st won 11 - 1
U16 won 7 - 4
U15 won 12 - 0
U14 won 12 - 0

VOLLEYBALL
vs Tynwald
PLAYED 2, WON 2
1st won 3 - 0
U16 won 2 - 1

WATERPOLO
Hellenic B games at Hellenic
PLAYED 4, WON 4

U14 vs Hellenic U14B won 8 - 5
U15 vs Lomagundi won 7 - 1
U15 vs Hellenic U15B won 5 - 2
U14 vs PE won 19 - 0

U17 & 1st Team Games at St John’s
PLAYED 4, LOST 4

U17 vs Hellenic lost 3 - 9
U17 vs St George’s lost 4 - 8
1st vs Hellenic lost 5 - 8
1st vs St George’s lost 3 - 7

Zone 6 Light Tackle Boat International – Kafue River, Zambia.
It is with great pleasure that I submit this report on behalf of the team manager Andrew Bailey.
Michael Benade performed very well for someone so young, fishing in the senior men’ s team, on a river he had never been to before.
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. I would like to point out that at the age of 17, Michael holds colours for:
Light Tackle Boat Angling – Junior
Fresh Water Bank Angling
Bass Angling
Light Tackle Boat Angling – Senior Men

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