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Peterhouse Boys

Academic, Cultural & Sports Results

ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 6th December 2019

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Board Members for 2020

Model United Nations
Secretary General Nigel Chiwara
Deputy Secretary General Mudiwa Manikai
Under Secretary General Dhalika Goven
Head of Admin Rutendo Mupfumi
Treasurer Kudzaishe Nyengerai
Head of Junior Division Dylan Mawire
Deputy Head of Junior Division Kudzaishe Wazara
Projects Coordinator Tapiwanashe Masaya
Board Member Tapiwa Muranda

Leo Club
President David Mortleman
Vice President Tinotenda Savado
Projects Coordinators Kyle Saywood and Caitlin Theron
Treasurer Abilio Antunes
Twinnings Officer Tweende Sinemani
Protocol Officers Jemimah Muusha and Mufwa Zimba
Secretary Tinotenda Mapani

Interact Club
President Anesu Chiwara
Vice President Primrose Rundogo
Treasurer Marlone Mpofu
Secretary Madeleine Norton
Projects Coordinator Tapiwa Muranda
Public Relations Officer Dylan Matsika
Protocol Officer James Blake
Board Member Crispen Mashingaidze

Debate
Eight boys from our Debating Team will be participating in a tournament to be held in Pretoria, South Africa from 6 to 11 December in preparation for their major overseas tournament in March, 2020. They will be competing against top schools from Southern Africa. Many thanks go to Mr T Nzanga who has spent prepared the boys for this special event.

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Congratulations to Dylan Grant for earning his Bronze Award.

Results

Chess vs Hillcrest
Juniors won 3 ½ - 2 ½
Seniors won 4 - 2

Victorious players were Kudzaishe Nyengerai, Kuziva Mawoyo, Craig Shoko and Timothy Bowker. Timothy, making his debut in the Senior team, won a lot of admiration for his brilliant moves.

Impromptu Speeches
The Gavel Club hosted a successful evening of Impromptu Speeches this weekend. It is probably the most difficult thing to do in front of a big audience and our complements go to the boys who had the courage to take this challenge on.

The best impromptu speaker from each age group were as follows:
D Block – Tinashe Chavanduka
C Block – TJ Gwaziwa
B Block – Akudzweishe Munyonga
5th Form – Tapiwanashe Masaya

First Place - Founders

Quiz Interhouse Quiz
A slick, highly organized competition took place on Saturday night, with four representatives from each House competing in this competition. Many thanks goes to the Quiz Club and Mr S Mazani for arranging this very good event.

First Place: Snell

Interschools’ Quiz Results
Hosted by St George’s with 17 other schools competing.
The Peterhouse Junior A Team came 4th in a very tight finish, just 2 points behind the winners: Dominican Convent.


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Results

Archery The final Bullseye for the year was contested in perfect weather conditions at Chisipite Junior School this weekend.

The Peterhouse A Team, comprising of Xuan Zehong, Paolo Marruchi, Shirea Brits and Ria Pareekh came second overall.

Xuan Zehong shot an incredible score of 294 out of a possible 300 points and was awarded the Top Archer in this competition.
Paolo Marucchi shot 285 out of a possible 300 points.

2019 Final Results from the NASP association
Scores for all several competitions over one year are taken in and averaged out and Peterhouse have two archers that have done exceedingly well this year:

Paolo Marrucchi – Silver Medal – second in Zimbabwe with an average of 290 out of a possible 300 points.
Xuan Zehong – Bronze Medal – third in Zimbabwe with an average score of 289 out of a possible 300 points.

Peterhouse A Team came second over-all in the Interschools Competitions held over this year.


Basketball Peterhouse U14 Invitational Tournament
A Team P3 W3
B Team P3 W1 L2
Final Cup Ranking
1st St John’s College
2nd Watershed
3rd Eaglesvale
4th Peterhouse

vs St John’s P7 W3 L4 1st Team Lost 34 – 52
vs Wise Owl P4 W2 L2 1st Team Lost 39 – 65

Cricket Lomagundi Eights Tournament
U/15s Lost in the final to Falcon College
1st Tendekai Mataranyika won bowler of the tournament

vs Hellenic P4 W4

Interhouse Cricket
Winners of the various age groups were as follows:
U14 Paget
U/15 Snell
U/16 Ellis
Open Founders

Overall
1st – Snell – to receive the ‘Ray Cartwright Trophy’

Fishing Congratulations to the following boys who have been chosen to represent the Zimbabwe National Junior Bass Federation in a test against South Africa at Albert Falls Dam in Pietermaritzburg from 3 - 10 December, 2019:
Kirk Barnes – Captain, Steven Saul, Dhillin Goven and Harry Orphanides.

Golf Matthew Bramford has been selected for the Zimbabwe Junior Golf Team. He has also been selected to play for Zimbabwe in the Tri-Nations vs Malawi and Zambia in Malawi next month.

Congratulations on a great achievement.

Rowing Sunday 24th November CBC Sprint Regatta- all races were over a 500 m distance.
Michael Royston 1st in D Scull
Noah Madziva 1st in C Scull
Michael Royston and Oliver Hough 1st in D Double Scull
Noah Madziva 1st in C Scull
Thomas Gray and Noah Madziva 1st in C Double Scull
Thomas Gray, Noah Madziva, Joel Royston, Joshua Eggerglusz, Michael Royston (cox) 1st in C Quad

Swimming Six of our boys took part in the Mashonaland Swimming Championships held in Harare over the weekend. They competed in various events.
Results as follows:
Emmanuel Magutakuona: made four finals and won a Bronze medal for relay
Tinaye Mangana: made four finals and won one Bronze medal for relay
Gianmarco Marruchi: made one final and won one Bronze medal for relay
Ravi Sohal: made finals and improved his times in most races
Bryan Ziki: made four finals won one Bronze medal for relay

Volleyball vs Bernard Mizeki P3 W1 L2

Triathlon Sunday 24 November
Open age group: George Ascott 1st

In the selection Mixed Format Race where the athletes competed run, bike, swim, bike and run disciplines:
Keith Elliot 1st
Mathew Palmer 5th



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 15th November 2019

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
Congratulations to Ian Fowlds for achieving his Gold Award.
Ian Fowlds started his Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in February 2015. Ian is one of the few boys at Peterhouse who has achieved his Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards and we congratulate him on this great personal achievement. He tackled the tough River to River Adventurous Journey in Nyanga National Park and was a mentor for junior musicians for a week at Music Camp for his Residential Project. To complete the standards required for a Gold Award, he did 52 weeks of rowing, library work and bridge. Well done Ian!

Congratulations to Tapiwa Muranda and Tinashe Timba for achieving their Silver Awards.

Music leaders for 2020
Head of Music Tapiwa Muranda
Head of Windband and Jazz Buttony Mberewere
Head Chorister Dylan Matsika
Deputy Head Chorister Takura Nyatsuro and Mufarowashe Masawi

Video and Editing
Golden Cox Ties are awarded to Jolyon Sage and Rueben de Kock for over three years of commitment to filming with the Video and Editing Club. Jolyon and Reuben have been especially dedicated with rugby, soccer and hockey filming in the middle terms of each year. They have been reliable and organised despite having other commitments.

Results

Chess Prince Sithole has been a dedicated member of the Chess Club since B Block (2016)
when he made it into the Junior Team. He was quickly promoted into the Senior Team and worked his way to become the Number One player in the school in 2018. He was appointed joint captain this year. He has won the majority of his matches and he has won admiration for his brilliant attacking play, never missing a checkmate when the opportunity presented itself.

We discovered Tadiwa Kondo in D block (2014) and he has been a member of the Chess club ever since. He has played with dedication and passion and he has won a number of league and tournament matches playing on Board 2. He was appointed joint captain this year and he has played a huge role in encouraging D block boys to join the club.

Full-Colours were awarded to Prince Sithole and Tadiwa Kondo.

Debate and Public Speaking
Praise Jaravani has been a regular entertainer behind the lectern (In many interhouse contests) since he was in D Block. He has represented the school with unwavering commitment and great articulation. He has helped many junior and senior teams to win many accolades at district and provincial level and in ATS contests. He has been an inspirational President of debate and public speaking in 2019.

Full-Colours were awarded to Praise Jaravani.

Half-Colours were awarded to Tapiwanashe Masaya.

Golden Cox Ties were awarded to Hritik Kala and Tweende Sinemani.

Drama Rufaro Hoto has done six years of drama at Peterhouse. He has played a principal role in almost every drama production since 2014. He won the highest score in the Shakespearean Monologue and received an Honours Grade for his role in the “Sketch Play” as part of the Allied Arts Performance Festival.

Full-Colours awarded to Rufaro Hoto.

Music There are a number of 6th Form boys who have been part of our Music Department – either in the orchestra or in our choirs for the six years that they have been at Peterhouse. Making music is harder than most people can imagine and attending rehearsals in second prep, practicing all morning on a Sunday or getting up early before Eucharist requires a great deal of self-discipline, dedication and perseverance. We thank them whole heartedly for their contribution to this school’s music department in making beautiful music.

Golden Cox Ties were awarded to Farai Musimwa, Praise Jaravani, Lionel Mhuriro, Kudakwashe Mangwiro, Tafadzwa Mahari, Tadiwa Ditima, Ian Fowlds and Michael Zartmann.

Quiz Half-Colours were awarded to Ronald Chibowora, Munashe Rushwaya, Tawanda Masaire and Tatenda Saburi.

Ultimate Frizzbee
On Sunday the 3rd November the Harare Ultimate Frizzbee Club came out to Peterhouse to play our team. Ultimate Frizzbee is a great test of fitness, the ability to look for and find space and then master the skill of catching and passing the frizzbee effectively.


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Sportsman of the Year - Tim Greenway Trophy
Lance Annandale

Team of the Year - Nical Transformers Trophy
Cricket

Up and Coming Sportsman - Tawanda Muyeye Trophy
Brian Bennett

Bester Award - Vth Form - IGCSE and 1st Team
Simbarashe Govore

Macmillan Cup - Awarded to the Best All Round Cricketer
Campbell Macmillan from the U15 age group

Apart from captaining the side and leading by example both on and off the field, Campbell Macmillan was also the team wicket keeper and achieved batting stats of:
Total of 457 runs at an Average of 114.25 from 7 innings with Highest Score of 121 runs make him a deserved winner of this trophy
(Mention can also be made of Sean Bennett who also had an extraordinary season scoring 490 runs from 8 innings at an average of 70 with a highest score of 124)

Results

Basketball vs St John’s Emerald Hill (Juniors) P3 W3
vs Heritage (Juniors) P3 W2 L1

Interhouse Basketball
Juniors
1st Paget
2nd Founders
Middles
1st Malvern
2nd Ellis
Seniors
1st Founders
2nd Snell
Overall Positions
1st Snell
2nd Grinham

Half-Colours were awarded to Brooklyn Chikaka, Nigel Chiwara, Kudzaishe Nyenjera and Tinashe Sibanda.

Full-Colours were awarded to David Chifamba and Mufaro Mungoni.

Cricket U/14 Hellenic Day/Night Festival P5 W4 L1
Peterhouse came 2nd - narrowly losing in the final against St John’s
Nicholas Anderson was awarded the Best Wicket Keeper Award.

U14 Westridge T20 Tournament P4 W3 L1
Won against St John’s, Hellenic and Lomagundi
Peterhouse came 2nd - narrowly losing in the final to Falcon.

Half-Colours were awarded to Jock Moore-Gordon.

Full-Colours were awarded to Farai Musimwa.

Golf Matthew Bramford was first in the A Division with a score of 72 from a 6 handicap.
Final result: Peterhouse was Runner Up in the B Division.

Half-Colours awarded to Munashe Mashangu.

Squash Full-Colours were awarded to Tristan Barron and Timothy Elton.

Swimming Half-Colours were awarded to Kirk Barnes, Angus Fergusson, Felix Le Boulenge and Crispen Mashingaidze.

Service Tie awarded to Angus Fergusson.

Table Tennis Half-Colours were awarded to Trevor Manhanga and Tavonga Muchena.

Tennis vs Hellenic (Juniors) P2 W2

Volleyball vs St John’s Emerald Hill P4 W1 L3

Full-Colours were awarded to Wandile Ncube, Sandile Ncube and Takudzwa Mapfeka.

Waterpolo Interhouse Tournament
1st Paget
2nd Ellis and Snell (Tie)
4th Founders and Grinham (Tie)
6th Malvern

Zimbabwe Water Polo are competing in the SWPSA, 2019, Inter Provincial Waterpolo Tournament which is being held in Johannesburg, South Africa from the 7th to 12th December, 2019.

Congratulations to the following Peterhouse Boys pupils who were selected to represent Zimbabwe:
U14 Boys Bryce Van Der Westhuizen and Simon Palmer
U15 Boys James Peall and Cody Cooper
U16 Boys James Whittall
U17 Boys Brandon Rouse and Kyle Saywood
U19 Boys Max Le Breton

The above mentioned boys will attend the Zimbabwe Waterpolo Training Camp and Kit Presentation in Harare from 2nd to 3rd December before they fly to South Africa

Half-Colours were awarded to Max Le Breton, Connor Kleinschmidt, Seamus Ratcliff and Terrence Sage.

Full-Colours were awarded to Lance Annandale, Kirk Barnes and Oliver Philp.



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 17th October 2019

ACADEMIC 

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

G/B Takudzwa Dzingai G/D Campbell Hammond
F/C TJ Gwaziwa G/D Will Kunatsa
F/C Dyllan Koke M/D Tinashe Makuchete
F/C Tanaka Mutandwa M/D Sebastian Peters
S/C Akanaka Sachikonye P/D Munashe Gara
E/D James Nyanhongo S/D Kundai Gurajena
G /D Nicholas Anderson S/D Tinaye Mangana
G/D Dhaneel Goven


 CULTURAL 

A Block Choir Ties
The following boys have earned a choir tie for four years of dedicated service and value to our choirs:
Darevy Matsika, Marlone Mpofu, Tabonga Chigogwana, Ashley Mutongwiza, Tristan Chiutsi Makomborero Sachikonye, Tanaka Kunaka, Tadiwa Vera , Brian Mamelodi, Hritik Kala, Tristan Fraser-Bell, Tendekai Mutamuko, Mahlon Muzhiki, Charles Moscrop, Munopa Zinyama, Leeroy Mudhikwa, Ivan Rwodzi, Tweende Sinemani, Munotida Marimirofa, Brandon Dhaka and Shaune Uriri.

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Congratulations to Makanakashe Hove for achieving his Bronze Award.

 Kukura Neshungu
Tadiwanashe Ndiraya, Treasure Midzi, Tavonga Nyoka and Ivan Rwodzi are awarded Service Ties for their dedication and commitment to the Kukura Neshungu Club for several years. Every week they have planned fun activities to do with the pupils from Kukura Neshungu and they took an active part in the fund raising activities during the Lent Term.

National Allied Arts Literary Festival Awards
Honours for Poetry Takudzwa Dzingai
Honours for Prose Joseph Hildebrand
First Grade Plus Poetry Hayden Grant
First Grade for Poetry Akanaka Sachikonye, Liam Kirkman, TJ Gwaziwa, Mtandazo Nyashanu, Sebastian Bicknell and Scott Price
First Grade for Prose Malvern Donga, Tinaye Mangana

Results

Bridge vs Hellenic
As won 18-8
Bs won 31 nil

vs Peterhouse Girls
As won 21-7
Bs lost 3-11

vs St John’s we played in mixed teams with Peterhouse Girls
As lost 16-23 (all boys)
Bs won 39-2 (one girl pair, one boy pair)
Cs lost 11-27 (all girls)

Chess vs Bernard Muzeki College
Juniors lost 2.5 – 3.5
Seniors drew 3 – 3

Interhouse Chess Results
Malvern retained the trophy for the 4th year in a row beating Grinham, who was second and Founders, third.

vs Peterhouse Girls
The boys played nearly flawless chess in dismissing their counterparts from across the road.

Juniors won 6 – 0
Seniors won 5 – 1

Quiz Many congratulations to our Quiz Team. They came 1st out of 23 other school teams at the latest Interschools competition at St John’s.


SPORTING 

Results

Basketball vs St John’s P8 W2 L6 1st Team Lost 9 – 35
vs Hillcrest P4 W3 L1 1st Team Won 26 – 22
St John’s U15 CHISZ Tournament P7 W5 L2

Cricket vs St George’s P8 W5 L2 1st XI Won by 5 wickets
vs Prince Edward P4 W1 L3 1st XI
vs Falcon P23 W15 L8

Hockey Full-Colours awarded to Corne Kotze, Oliver Philp and Farai Musimwa.

Rugby Full-Colours awarded to Marvellous Benza and Lionel Mhuriro.

Swimming Interschools Gala hosted by Peterhouse
7th Eaglesvale 45 pts
6th Peterhouse 222 pts
5th St George’s 259 pts
4th Hellenic 300 pts
3rd St John’s 321 pts
2nd Falcon 322 pts
1st CBC 375 pts

Table Tennis vs St George’s P2 W2
vs Gateway P2 W2

Tennis vs St John’s P2 W1 L1
vs St George’s P4 W2 D1 L1 1st Team Won 9 – 3

Triathlon U19 Boys Sprint: Marcel Paulser 3rd
U17 Boys Sprint: Keith Elliot 1st Mathew Palmer 2nd
U15 Boys Super Sprint: George Ascott 1st

Volleyball Peterhouse U17 Tournament P6 W5 L1
Final Ranking
1st St George’s
2nd Bernard Mizeki
3rd Peterhouse
4th St John’s
5th Midlands Christian College
6th Christian Brother’s College
7th Tynwald
8th Wise Owl

Peterhouse awarded a shield for coming 3rd.
Individual awards – Best receiver – Munotida Marimirofa
Best Blocker – Ashleigh Mtongwiza

Interhouse Volleyball
Seniors – Malvern came 1st
Middles – Ellis came 1st
Juniors – Malvern came 1st

Malvern are the 2019 overall winners

vs Bernard Mizeki P5 W1 L4

Waterpolo Crusader First Team Shield tournament P5 L5

Todd/Kesson Tournament
U14 P4 W2 L2
U15 P5 W3 L2
Congratulations to the boys on some very gutsy performances, some very exciting and tightly contested games proved that water polo at Peterhouse is in a good place.
Congratulations to the following boys who were selected for their respective Zimbabwe sides.

U/14: Simon Palmer Bryce Van Der Westhuizen
U/15: James Peall Cody Cooper

Nine Peterhouse boys will have represented Zimbabwe in different Waterpolo age groups this year.

Congratulations to Max Le Breton for his selection to the Zimbabwe U/18 team.


 

ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 27th September 2019

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Congratulations to Sashil Goven on earning his Bronze Award.

Bridge vs Convent
A’s won, B’s lost

vs Peterhouse Girls
A’s and B’s won

Chess Juniors narrowly lost 2.5 - 3.5
The victorious players were Timothy Bowker and Nathaniel Kabungaidze

Seniors won 4-2
Well done to Prince Sithole, Tadiwa Kondo and Kudzaishe Nyengerai for their brilliant attacking play.

Debate The Debate Club has just started using the Oxford Debate Technique and they recently competed in an Interschools competition at St John’s. They then made it to the semi- finals and finally came 3rd out of 16 schools.

This means Peterhouse has qualified to represent Zimbabwe as one of the 4 four top debating schools that have been invited to travel to Oxford University in March 2020 to take part in the Global Debating Competition.

Many thanks to Mr Nzanga for introducing and training these boys using this new technique this term. It has opened up a whole new opportunity in the debating world -enabling boys to compete on a global scale.

Public Speaking
ATS Public Speaking Contest (Mr Nzanga)
At the ATS Public Speaking contest held at Lomagundi, our team made commendable efforts and raised the Peterhouse flag high.

In the Juniors - TJ Gwaziwa came 6th out of speakers with 72%;
In the Middles - Charles Moscrop came 2nd out of 16 with 82%

In the Senior- Praise Jaravani came 9th out of 16 with 76%.
Overall, Peterhouse Boys came 3rd out of 16. For coming second in his category,

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Archery In our recent NASP Interschool Archery tournament, our Senior Archery team, which included Xuan Kehong and Paolo Marrucchi, came second behind Archers Access.
Paulo Marucchi won the Best Senior Archer, shooting 290 out of a possible 300 points.
A big thank you to Mrs Zengeya for running the archery range here at Peterhouse for this particular tournament.

Basketball vs Prince Edward P8 W2 L2 1st Team Lost 17 – 44
U20 Prince Edward Tournament P4 W2 L2

Cricket CABS T20 Cricket Tournament hosted by St George’s
During the last week of August, Peterhouse 1st Team Cricket participated in the CABS T20 Cricket Tournament hosted by St George’s. 12 teams participated including St Benedict’s and St Andrew’s from South Africa. Peterhouse came third overall behind eventual winners St George’s who beat St Andrew’s in the final.
It was a very satisfactory performance when you consider 6 of our squad are 16 years old or less.

Notable Performances
vs St George’s Dhilin Goven took 4 wickets for 46 runs
Brendan Hildebrand took 3 wickets for 24 runs

vs St Benedict’s ‘B’ Charl Kotze scored 67 runs off 31 balls
Brendan Hildebrand took 2 for 18
Ross Mills had the bowling figures of 1.1 overs 4 wickets for 1 run

vs Prince Edward Adrian Burl scored 87 not out off 48 balls
Ross Mills took 3 wickets for 20 runs
Tendekai Mataranyika took 3 wickets for 2 runs

vs St Benedict’s ‘A’ Farai Musimwa scored 55 runs
Corne Kotze 36 runs off 15 balls
Tendekai Mataranyika took 2 for 19 in 4 overs
Brendan Hildebrand took 2 wickets for 9 runs

Special mention must be made of Ross Mills who was selected for the Tournament ‘Dream Team’.

Final Position
Peterhouse Boys came 3rd out of 12 schools.

vs St John’s P8 W6 L2 1st XI Won
St John’s 1st XI Tournament P4 D1 L3
vs Falcon P16 W10 L6

Hockey Full-Colours awarded to Farai Musimwa, Corne Kotze, Oliver Philp.

Half-Colours awarded to Mudiwa Manikai, Dale Molife, Taine Smith and Dhilin Goven.

Rowing Hunyani Rowing Club Regatta

Open
James Weller came 2nd in the Men’s A Scull
Percy Mombeyerara came 5th in the Men’s A Scull
David Rogers came 6th in the Men’s A Scull
Cullen Shoesmith came 7th in the Men’s A Scull
Zvikomborero Charera came 8th in the Men’s A Scull
David Rogers and Cullen Shoesmith came 2nd in the Men’s A Double
James Weller and Zvikomborero Charera came 3rd in the Men’s A Double
James Weller, Reagan Evans, Emmanuel Nyamupingidza, Percy Mombeyerara and Thomas Gray (Cox) came 2nd in the Men’s A Quad

U16
Reagan Evans came 1st in the Men’s B Scull
Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came 2nd in the Men’s B Scull
Kunashe Mutabeni came 3rd in the Men’s B Scull
Farai Kachuta came 7th in the Men’s B Scull

Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came 1st in the Men’s B Double
Kunashe Mutabeni and Farai Kachuta came 3rd in the Men’s B Double

U15
Thomas Gray came 1st in the Men’s C Scull
Noah Madziva came 2nd in the Men’s C Scull
Josh Eggersglusz came 3rd in the Men’s C Scull
Joel Royston came 4th in the Men’s C Scull
Ze Hong Xuan came 5th in the Men’s C Scull
Thomas Gray and Noah Madziva came 2nd in the Men’s C Double
Josh Eggersglusz and Joel Royston came 3rd in the Men’s C Double
Ze Hong Xuan and Cullum Young came 5th in the Men’s C Double
Thomas Gray, Noah Madziva, Josh Eggersglusz, Joel Royston and Mikael Royston (Cox) came 1st in the Men’s C Quad

Peterhouse Boat Club Regatta

Open
Percy Mombeyarara came 1st in the Men’s A Scull
David Rogers came 2nd in the Men’s A Scull
James Weller came 3rd in the Men’s A Scull
Zvikomborero Charera came 7th in the Men’s A Scull

James Weller and Percy Mombeyarara came 1st in the Men’s A Double
James Weller, Reagan Evans, Emmanuel Nyamupingidza, Zvikomborero Charera and Thomas Gray (Cox) came 2nd in the Men’s A Quad

U16
Reagan Evans came 1st in the Men’s B Scull
Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came 2nd in the Men’s B Scull
Farai Kachuta came 4th in the Men’s B Scull

Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza came 1st in the Men’s B Double

U15
Thomas Gray came 1st in the Men’s C Scull
Joel Royston came 2nd in the Men’s C Scull
Noah Madziva came 3rd in the Men’s C Scull
Josh Eggersglusz came 4th in the Men’s C Scull
Mikael Royston came 5th in the Men’s C Scull
TJ Gwaziwa came 6th in the Men’s C Scull

Noah Madziva and Joel Royston came 2nd in the Men’s C Double
Thomas Gray and Josh Eggersglusz came 4rd in the Men’s C Double
TJ Gwaziwa and Cullum Young came 5th in the Men’s C Double

Thomas Gray, Noah Madziva, Josh Eggersglusz, Joel Royston and Cullum Young (Cox) came 1st in the Men’s C Quad

U14
Mikael Royston came 1st in the Men’s D Scull

Rugby Full-Colours awarded to Marvellous Benza and Lionel Mhuriro.

Soccer Chisz Play Offs and Tour
Our 1st team took part in the playoffs after coming second in the Northern Region. We played Falcon and lost in penalties. We then played CBC for third and fourth and we won 1- 0 to settle for Bronze.

Anesu Chiwara, Marlon Mpofu, Gamuchirai Madziyire and Simbarashe Govore were selected into the Chisz team which went on tour to South Africa.

Anesu Chiwara was outstanding throughout the tour.

Swimming St George’s Friendly Interschools Gala
5th – St John’s B 157 pts
4th – Peterhouse 182 pts
3rd – St George’s 244 pts
2nd – Hellenic 256 pts
1st – St John’s A 290 pts

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

Eaglesvale Interschools Friendly Gala
5th St John’s B
4th St George’s
3rd Peterhouse
2nd Hellenic
1st St John’s A

Table Tennis vs Winwood P2 W1 D1

Tennis vs Prince Edward P4 W1 L3 1st Team Lost 1 – 11
vs St John’s P2 W1 L1 1st Team Won 7 – 3
vs Hellenic P2 W1 L1 1st Team Lost 4 – 7

Volleyball vs St John’s P2 W1 L1 1st Team Won 2 – 1
St John’s U20 Tournament P5 W3 L2
ATS Volleyball tournament at Lomagundi P10 W2 L8

Waterpolo Grant Tilley Cup 1st Team P10 W3 L6 D1
St John’s Friendly P5 W1 L3 D1
U17 National Tournament at Falcon P5 W2 L3

The following boys were selected in the National U17 Waterpolo to play in SA IPT in December for Zimbabwe

1. James Whittall U16
2. Brendon Rouse U17
3. Kyle Saywood U17


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