Side Menu

Weather Forecast

Mostly cloudy



Mostly cloudy
Humidity: 48%
Wind: ENE at 11.27 km/h
Partly cloudy
17°C / 28°C
Mostly sunny
15°C / 29°C
Partly cloudy
16°C / 28°C
Partly cloudy
16°C / 30°C

Peterhouse Boys

Academic, Cultural & Sports Results


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.

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.


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

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.


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.


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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Half-Colours awarded to Vasheel Solanky.

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.

Half-Colours awarded to Mukundi Madziyire.

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

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

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

vs Falcon P9 W2 L7

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

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