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Peterhouse Boys

Sports & Cultural Results

SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -13-  7 August 2017

The Peterhouse Group will be taking part in the National Christmas School Box Challenge.

This annual countrywide project is aimed at helping as many vulnerable school children as possible to start the 2018 New Year with the necessary educational stationery, equipment and hygiene items needed for approximately one term’s worth of school work.

The project is being run through Interact Club and Springvale House. As a Group, we have chosen to support 350 St Francis School pupils.

Please bring crayons, rubbers, exercise books (square & lined,) pencils, glue sticks, sharpeners and pens back to school next term. The Interact Club will go around the Houses collecting them in the first week of next term. Your help in filling as many boxes as possible will be very much appreciated by the children who receive them.

Of course, if you are feeling particularly generous, you are encouraged to bring more than the above. Any stationery item will do. Other items you can bring: hygiene items, reading books, small gifts, sweets & suckers (in their wrapping) – no chocolates.

Your parents will receive a letter to this effect in the school newsletter, so please encourage them to read it.

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ACADEMIC MATTERS

International Mathematics Competition in India

Kyle Saywood, Travis Arnold, Nigel Mushayavanhu, Cory Versfeld, Cullen Shoesmith and Dyllan Grant recently attended the International Maths competition in India together with Mr Kasawaya.

Our boys were competed with pupils from 28 countries including Singapore, Taiwan, Hong-Kong, South Korea and Thailand.

The maths was challenging but the team had a lot of fun. The Zimbabwean team was awarded a prize for the promotion of culture especially exchanging the Zim Trillion Dollar notes which were used during the hyperinflation period in 2008.

We came back having thoroughly enjoyed the experience and, as is often the case following a trip abroad, we now have a much greater appreciation of how good it is to be a Zimbabwean.

Certificates for:
i. Kyle Saywood,
ii. Travis Arnold,
iii. Nigel Mushayavanhu,
iv. Cory Versfeld,
v. Cullen Shoesmith
vi. Dyllan Grant

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CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE
vs Hillcrest (Patience Mansfield)
A’s and B’s won both their matches.
Overall won 19 – 15
vs PHG overall won 27 – 4

CHESS
vs Hillcrest (Artwell Chiborowa)
Peterhouse won 6-2

Cocks Ties awarded to Rindai Machokoto, Tadiwanashe Kondo, Munyaradzi Matowanyika, Prince Sithole and Archibold Boka for their dedication to the Chess club. They have been invaluable members of the senior team that takes part in the highly competitive Harare schools chess league.

Half Colours for Chess awarded to Tyrone Midzi.
He has made an outstanding contribution to chess at Peterhouse. He made his debut for the senior team in 2013 when he was in C block. He is currently the captain and Board One player of the senior team that competes in the Harare schools chess league.

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Gareth Ncube has earned his Bronze Award
Ian Fowlds has earned his Silver Award

SPORT ACTIVITIES

GOLF
League fixtures at Marondera Golf Course
Peterhouse 4
Westridge 0

Peterhouse 3
Saint John’s 3

SQUASH
vs St George’s
PLAYED 3 WON 1 LOST 2
A Lost 1-4
B Won 5-0
C Lost 2-3

MOUNTAIN BIKING SPUR
Inter schools’ Mountain biking spur at Peterhouse (Calderwood)

Sub Junior A Boys
Keith Elliot came 1st
Sebastian Bicknell came 2nd
Taine Chapman came 3rd

Under 16
Angus Fergusson came 2nd

Junior Men
Brett Elliot came 1st

Elite Veterans
Andrew Shoesmith came 3rd
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HOCKEY
Super 12 at Khumalo Stadium
Pool Games

1st vs Watershed Won 3 – 0
1st vs Falcon Lost 1 – 9

Quarters
1st vs Petra Won 4 – 3

Semi-Finals
1st vs Falcon Lost 1 – 3

3rd / 4th Playoff
1st vs Hippo Valley Won 2 – 1

Half Colours Hockey
Tinotenda Kuipa
Hamish Rendell
Tariro Manonga
Sean Davis
Robert Chiminya

Full Colours Hockey
Tadiwa Dzuda
Riaan Kotze
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RUGBY
vs St George’s
PLAYED 11 WON 8 LOST 3 DREW 0
1st Won 28-22
2nd Won 42-29
3rd Won 65-29
U17A Won 43-10
U16A Won 66-19
U16B Won 27-7
U15A Lost 22-27
U15B won 46-19
U15C Won 36-10
U14A Lost 10-25
U14B Lost 15-20

SPECIAL MENTION
1st - Mazvitaishe Nyamarebvu last try which won us the game
1st – Ethan Chimimba improved kicking

Half Colours
David Bore
Ethan Chimimba
Ben Le Breton
Arlington Madzara
Tafara Madziwanyika
Kundai Mashingaidze
Allan Mawande
Ronald Mirimi
Walter Mukotekwa
Tabonga Ngonyamo
Lameck Vheriwa

Full colours
Marcus Nichole
Mazvetaishe Nyamarebvu
Rodney Sachiti
Keagan Schultz
Kegan Stubbs
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SOCCER
U17 St George’s AKG Soccer Tournament on Saturday

GROUP STAGE
U17 vs St George’s Won 2 – 0
U17 vs Tynwald Won 5 – 0
U17 vs St John’s Won 2 – 0
U17 vs Westridge Won 7 – 0


SEMI-FINALS
U17 vs St John’s Emerald Hill Won 5 – 4 on penalties

FINAL
U17 vs St George’s Lost 1 – 2

SPECIAL MENTION
Best Defender - Nigel Marimo
Top Goal Scorer - Tinotenda Benza (6 Goals)

SELECT TEAM FROM THE TOURNAMENT
Zvikomborero Vheriwa
Tinotenda Benza
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vs ST GEORGE’S
PLAYED 10 WON 5 LOST 3 DREW 2
TEAMS SCORE
1st Won 1-0
2nd Won 2-0
U17A Won 1-0
U17B Drew 1-1
U16A Won 1-0
U16B Lost 1-4
U15A Lost 0-1
U15B Lost 3-4
U15A Drew 1-1
U15B won 3-0

Great goal scored by Kudzo Chiwara

U16As Unbeaten Season
U17As Unbeaten Season
1st Unbeaten at home

Soccer Half Colours
Takudzwa Nhekairo
Kudzanai Makanza

Full Colours Soccer
Pfupajena Guni (Captain)
Munashe Mandaza (Centre forward and goal scoring machine)
Tinotenda Motsi (Central defender)


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -12- 31 July 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

AMG 7s
Shiraaz Bhadella has been awarded a Distinction from Miss Mansfield for his invaluable assistance and efficiency shown in the scoring for the AMG/PH Sevens tournament.

BRIDGE
Full colours:
Tinotenda Heri: for his high standard of play in the A section of the Bridge team and setting exemplary standards in all regards to the rest of the club.
Farai Chaparamhosva: for his high standard of play and his creative responses in the A section of the team as well as his cheerful reply to challenges

Public Speaking competition
An excellent occasion:
i. Mr Nzanga and Mrs Shoesmith – organisation
ii. Mr Barbour – on the night control
iii. Matthew Mutsai, Charles Moscrop, Faizan Bhadella – chairmen
iv. Highlights
a. Deputy Head of School’s impromptu speech on mosquitos
b. Dylan Matsika’s impromptu on the power of sport
v. Winners
a. Junior: Thomas Beverley (3rd) Kudakwashe Mapesa (2nd) Praise Jaravani (1st)
b. Senior: Takudzwa Nhekairo (3rd) Tino Heri (2nd) PJ Guni (1st)
vi. Well done to all who spoke in public
vii. Best public speaking competition since I have been at PH
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MOUNTAIN BIKING SPUR
Mountain biking spur at Falcon
Sub Junior A Boys - Keith Elliot came 1st.
Junior Men - Brett Elliot came 2nd.
Masters - Trevor Elliot came 1st.

Archery (Sarah Shoesmith)
An Archery team representing Zimbabwe travelled to Namibia about two weeks ago for the Africa Archery Championships. Paulo Marucchi was in this team. Zimbabwe came third, after South Africa and Namibia.
This last weekend, Peterhouse Boys hosted the last Inter schools’ competition for the term and Paulo was runner up in the Senior Boys after shooting 285 out of a possible 300 points. ?

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
vs Falcon
PLAYED 9 WON 4 LOST 5 DREW 0
1st Lost 1-2
2nd Won 3-2
3rd Lost 1-3
U16A Lost 1-6
U16B Won 2-1
U15A Lost 2-3
U15B Won 2-0
U14A Lost 0-1
U14B Won 2-1

RUGBY
vs Falcon
PLAYED 10 WON 8 LOST 2 DREW 0
1st lost 20-22
2nd won 17-14
3rd won 34-29
4th lost 14-33
U16A won 33-10
U16B won 27-5
U15A won 48-0
U15B won 66-0
U14A won 47-15
U14B won 52-22

For 358 Against 150

SPECIAL MENTION
1st XV Beefy for a great try
u/16A Crispen Mashingaidze – great try
3rd Tinotenda Nyadundu and Courtney Coleman for 2
excellent try saving tackles in the box.
14B Anotida Nhondova scored 4 tries
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SOCCER
vs Falcon
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1 DREW
1st Won 2-1
2nd Lost 1-3

SPECIAL MENTION
1st - Munashe Mandaza (2 goals)
Vs Westridge and Rakodzi

PLAYED 7 WON 6 LOST 1

TEAMS
1st Won 1-0
2nd vs Rakodzi Won 3-1
U17A vs Rakodzi Won 8-2
U16A Won 9-0
U15A Won 4-1
U14A vs Rakodzi Won 2-0
U14B vs Rakodzi Lost 1-3

SPECIAL MENTION
1st - Munashe Mandaza (2 goals)
U16A - Thabani Manjengwa (Hat trick Hero)


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -10- 24 July 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

SERVICE CLUBS

Interact Club (Velile Malaba)
Two weeks’ ago the Peterhouse Interact Club held its annual Variety Show dubbed ‘Fight Night.’ Club members worked hard to put the show together and the atmosphere suited the theme. Acts ranged from ‘boxers’, to rappers, hip hop dancers and choirs; to duets, crowd pleasers and fashion modelling. Special guest performances from Vera, accompanied by her band (Mr Covini on the drums) and Petrean ‘Don Don’ added some spice to the show, as did the professionally managed lights and sound that we were privileged enough to have (thanks to Mr St John).

Overall, the boys and girls had a great time (with many of them saying this has been their best Interact Variety Show yet). The show ran slickly and most importantly, the club raised some money for charity (about a $3,000 profit). Proceeds will be split between two service projects: pupils’ furniture for St Francis’ new ECD centre; and a lick of paint and assembling a library for the elders of Ida we Kwako.

What a way for Interact 2017 to leave its mark – by serving the younger and the older generation.

Leo Dance (David Bore)
Last Saturday the Leo club hosted a charity dance in the Junior Dining Hall. The night was fun filled and consisted of non-stop music as well as a photo booth and loads of other enjoyable activities. Most of our guests were well dressed and looked immaculate during the night; special mention must be made of the best dressed young man of the night – Adrian Chitambo.

The proceeds of this event will be donated to various charities.

We, as the club, would also like to thank members of staff who attended and those who helped in making the night a success. We really do appreciate the effort being put into our club. We thank those who supported the night and hope that you will continue in supporting the club throughout the rest of the year.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

AMG 7s
Tournament Overall Points for HOCKEY-RUGBY-SOCCER
Position School Points
1st Prince Edward 95
2nd Peterhouse 94
3rd St George’s 89
4th St John’s 64
5th Lomagundi 51
6th Hellenic 19
7th PH select & Gateway 18 (Joint)

HOCKEY
vs St John’s College
PLAYED 5 WON 4 LOST 1 DREW
TEAMS
U16A Lost 1-2
U15A Won 6-0
U15B Won 7-1
U14A Won 3-2
U14B Won 4-1

SOCCER
vs BMC (Friendly)
PLAYED 10 WON 6 LOST 2 DREW 2
TEAMS
1st Won 2-1
2nd Won 3-1
U17A Won 7-2
U17B Drew 3-3
U16A Won 1-0
U16B Lost 0-1
U15A Won 2-1
U15B Won 1-0
U14A Drew 0-0
U14B Lost 1-2


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -9- 10 July 2017


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE

vs Prince Edward (Patience Mansfield)
As and Cs won one match each while Bs won both their matches.
Overall vs Prince Edward won 31 – 12 with winning result from the Cs.
PHB B/C side vs PE 5th / 6th side
Overall vs PHG lost 19 – 22

CHESS
vs Tafara High school (Artwell Chiborowa)
Seniors lost 1-5 (ouch!)

INTERACT CLUB
Visit to Ida Wekwako Report by: Tapuwa Makani
On Monday 3 July, the Interact Club visited the local old people’s home, Ida Wekwako. On arrival we received a warm welcome from Rev. Matulanga.
We engaged in conversation with a number of the senior citizens who seemed to be entertained by our stories. Club members had the opportunity to be shown around the home, taking note of the big and small things needing replacement or fixing as well as taking note of supplies required such as chemicals for the green house and a gas stove. Towards the end we had the chance to sing songs and see our friends dust off their dancing shoes and polish up their voices. Unfortunately the fun had to come to an end, but none-the-less we left the home with hearts full of love and the joy of having seen the smiles on their faces. We left with a clear reminder of what the Interact Club truly stands for “Service above self”.

We look forward to the Variety Show on the 11th- 13th of July.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
vs Hillcrest
PLAYED 4, WON 4
1st Won 5-1
U16A Won 1-0
U15A Won 6-1
U14A Won 9-0

vs St John’s
PLAYED 3 WON 1, LOST 2
1st Lost 1-5
2nd Lost 0-2
3rd Won 1-0

1st vs Allan Wilson Won 9-0

KARATE
Fairfight Indoor Karate Championships at Nagle House

Boys 14-15 Years Old: Vasheel Solanky came second
Senior Men: Vasheel Solanky came second
Boys 14-15 Years Old: Vasheel Solanky came third

RUGBY
vs St John’s
PLAYED 9, WON 7, LOST 1, DREW 1
1st Won 27-26
2nd Lost 21-29
U17 Won 31-30
U16A Won 31-29
U16B Won 42-17
U15A Won 32-5
U15B Won 50-0
U14B Drew 7-7
U14C Won 41-0

U15C vs Hellenic Lost 12-22

Prince Sithole played 3 games – for 2nd team soccer, U17A Rugby and 2nd XV Rugby (scored 2 tries)

1st team – Lameck Vheriwa for his hat trick of tries

SOCCER
vs St John’s
PLAYED 2, WON 1, LOST 1
1st Lost 4-1
2nd Won 2-1

Friendly vs Wise Owl
1st Won 9-0
U16A Won 5-0
U15A Won 9-2
U15B Lost 4-2
U14A Won 4-0
U14B Won 4-3

Special Mention
U15A - Tristan Chiutsi scored 3 goals
U14A - Dominic Nhema scored 4 goals
1st - Munashe Mandaza scored 4 goals


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -8- 3 July 2017

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE

vs Chisipite Senior School (Tonderai Nzanga)

Seniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 63%; Chisipite - 62%. Velile Malaba was the Best Speaker with 73%.

Juniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 78%; Chisipite - 75%. Charles Moscrop was the Best Speaker with 84%. Praise Jaravani was Second Best Speaker with 78%.

Adjudicators highlighted that Charles Moscrop deserves special mention for preparing so well and speaking
almost flawlessly.

Interhouse Debate (Tonderai Nzanga)
Mrs Changa and Mr Chikwanda adjudicated the contests expertly.

Top 3 House Scores:
1st Malvern - 65%
2nd Paget - 64%
3rd Ellis - 59%

The top 3 best speakers:
1st: Thabiso Molai - 79%
2nd: Praise Jaravani - 77%
3rd:(Tie) Kudakwashe Mapesa and Rufaro Hoto -73%

INFINITY PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Huntin’Shootin’Fishin’2017 (Sarah Shoesmith)
During Half Term, Peterhouse competed in the Huntin’Shootin’Fishin’ competition at Troutbeck. It is a great honour to be able to compete in this event, with 34 other teams, mainly comprising of very experienced adults. Only two schools enter this competition – Peterhouse and St Johns. We are called the Rock Solid Kings, derived from the name of the first horse we had in our first team event in 2013.

Olivia Wilding Davies was our rider, Chayce Ross was our shottist whose last challenge was to shoot several clays from the inside of a small rowing boat on the lake including a raw egg that was thrown over his left shoulder by our team fisherman, Jock Moore-Gordon. The fish were definitely off the bite in the evening of Day One and he, together with many other fishermen, came in with empty bags late that cold evening. Douglas Cox, a Petrean in another team, was seen swimming in the middle of the lake in front of the Troutbeck Hotel at 1700Hrs in bitter winds, trying to cast his fly-rod in order to catch some fish!

This year we were beaten by the St John’s team – called The Rams - and the small wager between the two schools has been reset for 2018.
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SPORTING ACTIVITIES

GOLF

Interschools’ held at Country Club on 11 June:

A-Division
Munashe Mashangu was 9th out of 10 players playing off a 12 handicap

B-Division
Mathew Banks was 1st /14
Anesu Muzondo was 5th /14
Mathew Bramford was 8th /14

Peterhouse came 1st in the B-Division

KARATE
Vasheel Solansky Travelled to Maputo over half term and competed for Zimbabwe in the Africa Zone 6 Karate Tournament where he came 5th competing against boys from Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, and South Africa.

ROAD CYCLING NATIONALS
Youth Men
2nd place – Marcel Paulser

HOCKEY

vs Hellenic PLAYED 9, WON 9
1st won 5-0
2nd won 4-1
3rd won 1-0
4th won 2-1
U16A won 5-1
U15A won 2-0
U15B won 4-0
U14A won 1-0
U14B won 2-1

vs St George’s PLAYED 9, WON 6, LOST 2, DREW 1
1st won 1-0
2nd won 1-0
3rd won 2-0
4th lost 1-3
U16A won 5-1
U15A lost 2-5
U15B won 3-0
U14A won 2-1
U14B drew 0-0

Half Colours Hockey
Tadiwanashe Dzuda, Sean Davis, Riaan Kotze

ROWING
National Indoor Rowing Championships held at Mt Pleasant Sports Club on Sunday

Keegan Smith came Second in the Men's U18 Single event over 2000m

Kenneth Raynor came First in the Men's U18 Single event over 2000m with the fastest time for a Junior

Boys selected to represent Zimbabwe in July at varying degrees:

Brendan Eggersglusz was selected to represent the Rowing Association of Zimbabwe at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in Canada
Kenneth Raynor and Keegan Smith will represent Zimbabwe at the Junior World Rowing Championships in Trakai Lithuania between 2nd and 6th August 2017 in the boys double scull event.

Half Colours Rowing

Brendan Eggersglusz
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RUGBY
vs St George’s PLAYED 9, WON 5, LOST 4, DREW 0
1st lost 12-19
2nd won 29-12
U17 won 53-12
U16A won 33-24
U16B won 42-17
U15A lost 14-17
U15B won 27-17
U14A lost 10-15
U14B lost 0-17

National Team Select
Craven Week
Ronald Mirimi
Tabonga Ngonyamo
Mazvitaishe Nyamarebvu
Marcus Nichole
Lameck Vheriwa

Academy Week
Kundai Mashingaidze
Allan Mawande
Keegan Schultz
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SOCCER

CHISZ Tournament
Group stage
vs Westridge won 3-0
vs Kyle drew 1-1
vs South Eastern College won 3-0

Quater Finals
vs Goldridge won 1-0

Semi-finals
vs MCC won 1-0

Finals
vs Falcon drew 0-0; Penalties won 4-2.
Addmore Mawere saved two penalties and scored his spot kick.
Peterhouse won the CHISZ Soccer Tournament. (trophy and medals for team)

Individual awards
Addmore Mawere Best Goalkeeper in the Tournament
Tinotenda Motsi Best Defender
Munashe Mandaza Top goal scorer with 6 goals

Soccer
Friendly vs Cherutombo PLAYED 8, WON 4, LOST 4
2nds lost 2-0
U17A won 4-1
U17B lost 3-2
U16B lost 4-2
U15A won 6-0
U15B won 1-0
U14A won 9-1
U14B lost 4-0
U15A - Tristan Chiutsi scored 4 goals
U14A - Arthur Muzira scored 4 goals

vs St George’s PLAYED 2, WON 1, LOST, DREW 1
1st Won 1-0 (Blessed Shumba goal)
2nd Drew 0-0

LEAGUE MATCHES
vs Watershed
1st won 5-1
U16 won 2-1

Peterhouse 1st XI have been crowned Champions of the Northern league with a game to go.

Half Colours - Soccer
Addmore Mawere
Tinotenda Motsi
Munashe Mandaza
Pfupajena Guni
Kudzo Chiwara

CHISZ Select Squad to Tour South Africa from the 14th to 20th August
Addmore Mawere
Tinotenda Motsi
Munashe Mandaza
Pfupajena Guni
Kudzo Chiwara
Coach C. R. Tswatswa

U17 National Squad Selection
Addmore Mawere
Tafadzwa Fantiso
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CHISZ Tournament

Group stage
vs Westridge won 3-0
vs Kyle drew 1-1
vs South Eastern College won 3-0

Quater Finals
vs Goldridge won 1-0

Semi-finals
vs MCC won 1-0

Finals
vs Falcon drew 0-0; Penalties won 4-2.
Addmore Mawere saved two penalties and scored his spot kick.
Peterhouse won the CHISZ Soccer Tournament. (trophy and medals for team)

Individual awards
Addmore Mawere Best Goalkeeper in the Tournament
Tinotenda Motsi Best Defender
Munashe Mandaza Top goal scorer with 6 goals

SQUASH
vs Prince Edward PLAYED 2, WON 2
PH A won 3-2
PH Form 1 won 4-1

Brian and David Bennett, Mazuva Gutu and Sean Rogers have been selected to represent the U14 Zimbabwe Junior Squash team travelling to Johannesburg for the Inter Provisional Tournament being held from 1 - 5 July 2017


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -6 & 7- 12 & 19 June 2017


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)
Bridge v ST John’s all three sections won
Overall won 28 – 3

vs Peterhouse Girls
As and Bs won
Overall won 39 -14

CHESS (Artwell Chibowora)
vs Lord Malvern
Seniors lost 4-2

QUIZ (Shepherd Mazani)
Hosts: Arundel School
Result: The Peterhouse Junior Team came 9th out of 17 schools.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL AWARD
The following boys have earned their Bronze Awards:
Connor Eksteen
Tapuwa Makani
Allan Mawande

TIES, CREDITS AND DISTINCTIONS
A Credit has been awarded to Ian Fowlds by Mrs Hulley. It is for assisting her in the library by spending hours choosing books relevant to the boys and for donating fifteen books to the library.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
Hockey - National Select ZIM U19 A
Riaan Kotze
Sean Davis

Hockey - National Select ZIM U19 B
Tinotenda Kuipa
Tadiwanashe Dzuda
Tariro Manonga

MOUNTAIN BIKING SPUR
Interschools Mountain Biking Spur at Lomagundi
Sub Junior A Group
Keith Elliot 1st
Sebastian Bicknell 2nd
Brett Elliot 2nd

RUGBY
vs Kyle
PLAYED 10, WON 6, LOST 4,
1st Won 20-5
2nd Lost 7-13
U16A Won 14-5
U15A Won 49-7
U14A Won 66-0

U17A vs Harare High Won 34-7
U15B vs Marondera Won 22-0
U15C vs Marondera Lost 0-15
U14B vs Marondera Lost 32-0
U14C vs Marondera Lost 32-5

SPECIAL MENTION
Man of the Match
1st - Ben Le Breton

vs St John’s
PLAYED 12, WON 8, LOST 4, DREW 0
1st won 29-14
2nd lost 13-32
3rd lost 33-36
U17 lost 19-34
U16A won 48-12
U16B won 63-5
U15A won 43-7
U15B won 39-5
U15C won 35-5
U14A lost 10-17
U14B won 19-14
U14C won 26-5

Special Mention
Ronald Mirimi – Man of the Match (1st team)
Special thanks must go to Billy St John and his band for their support, this certainly added a unique addition to our school support.

SQUASH
vs HELLENIC PLAYED 3, WON 2, LOST 1
A Lost 0-7
B Won 6-1
C Won 6-1

SOCCER
vs St George’s
PLAYED 10, WON 5, LOST 2, DREW 3

1st Drew 2-2
2nd Won 1-0
U17A Won 3-1
U17B Won 3-1
U16A Won 3-0
U16B Drew 4-4
U15A Drew 2-2
U15B Lost 0-2
U14A Lost 0-2
U14B Won 2-1

TABLE TENNIS
vs Prince Edward
PLAYED 1, LOST 1
1st Lost 1-4


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -4- 29 May 2017


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)

vs PHG
As lost 8 - 17;
Bs won 18 – 7
Cs won 10 – 0
overall PHB lost 23 – 25

vs Westridge
As won 31 – 0;
Bs won 7 – 4
Cs lost 6 – 9 v PHG
overall PHB won 34 – 4


DEBATE
vs Westridge (Tonderai Nzanga)
Seniors: Peterhouse lost: Peterhouse - 71%; Westridge - 72%.

Juniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 66%; Westridge - 62%.
Praise Jaravani was the Best Speaker with 75%.

SAILING RALLY ON LAKE KARIBA
(From Mrs Shoesmith)
10 sailors completed a challenging race all the way into the Sabiloboli Basin (way beyond Bumi Hills) and back again last week – a total distance of 212Km! They were competing with 23 other vessels helmed by some very experienced adults sailors from around the country. We sailed in two boats and came 5th and 6th out of 12 multi-hulls in our Class. The boys were praised for their tenacity, determination and perseverance because they completed every single leg of the race under some very testing weather conditions.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
Hockey MCD Trials Held at Hillcrest 25th May 2017

Selected for U19A
Riaan Kotze, Tinotenda Kuipa, Tadiwanashe Dzuda, Steven Roos, Sean Davis and Tariro Manonga.
Coach Bryan Davidson

Selected for U19B
Hamish Rendell, Jason Burl, Shawn Kabungaidze and Tofara Chikwanha.

Selected for U17A
Oliver Philp and Corne Kotze.

Selected for U17A
Munashe Rushwaya, Mudiwa Manikai, Taine Smith, Tafadzwa Mahari and Farai Musimwa.

Non Travelling Reserves
Ethan Gilward and Goven Sashil.

Coach Kudzai Tasa

RUGBY
National Rugby Trials Held at Gateway High School Harare 26th May – 27th May
The following Boys were selected into the Craven Week and Academy Week Zimbabwe Rugby Squad.

Allan Mawande, Billy Mapfumo, Daniel Aucamp, Ethan Chimimba, Keagan Schultz, Kundai Mashingaidze, Marcus Nichole, Mazvetaishe Nyamarebvu, Ronald Marimi, Tabonga Ngonyamo and Lameck Vheriwa.

The Following Boys were selected for the Zimbabwe Rugby Squad for Grant Khomo Tournament

Munashe Rushwaya, Tariro Mtetwa, Takunda Makiwa and Tawanda Muyeye.
Special Mention must be made of Munashe Rushwaya who made the effort to be at Hillcrest for the MCD Hockey trials in Mutare on the 25th of May and the Rugby National Trials at Gateway in Harare on the 26th and 27th of May. He was rewarded in his selection for both disciplines.

SOCCER
vs GATEWAY PLAYED 2 WON 2
1st Won 4-1
U17 Won 1-0

vs ST GEORGE’S TOURNAMENT PLAYED 4 WON 1 LOST 2 DREW 1
1st vs St Johns Emarald Lost 0 - 2
1st vs Masvingo High Won Masvingo High FORFEITED
1st vs Mufakose Lost 1 - 2
1st vs CBC Drew 1 - 1

SQUASH
Brian and David Bennett have been selected to represent the U14 Zimbabwe Junior Squash team to travel to Johannesburg for the Inter Provisional Tournament being held from 01-05 July 2017


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -3- 22 May 2017


BLOOD DONATIONS
Thanks to all members of staff, boys and girls who came to donate their precious blood. We had a total of 83 pints.
Boys – 42 pints
Girls – 41 pints

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

BRIDGE (Patience Mansfield)
vs Convent
As won 18 – 5
Bs drew 4 -4
Cs won 19 – 7
Overall we won 41 – 16

vs PHG
As won 20 – 0
Bs lost 1 – 9
Cs lost 3 – 9
Overall we won 24 – 18 (thanks to the As)

INTERSCHOOLS BRIDGE
The top Peterhouse 4 defended their Interschools Trophy and beat Prince Edward in a very exciting last round.
1st Peterhouse 121 point
2nd Prince Edward 118 points
3rd St John’s 108 points
after 9 rounds of 5 boards.
There were 10 schools taking part.

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
Vs Hellenic
PLAYED 8 WON 6 LOST 1 DREW 1
1st Lost 1-2
2nd won 4-0
3rds Won 1-0
U16A Won 7-0
U15A won 2-0
U15B won 2-0
U14A won 6-0
U14B Drew 1-1

Regionals @ St George’s
PLAYED 3 WON 3 LOST
1st Won 4-3
2nd Won 3-2
3rds Won 3-0

RUGBY
First team Rugby
Kegan Stubbs has been named 1st XV Captain and Mazviatishe Nyamarebvu Vice Captain for the 2017 Rugby Season.

Special mention of Ethan Chimimba, who was Saturday’s man of the match, for his solid defensive performance, he made some telling courageous tackles.

Vs PRINCE EDWARD
PLAYED 9 WON 6 LOST 3 DREW 0
1st Lost 15-22
2nd Won 26-24
U17 Lost 19-29
U16A Lost 5-30
U16B Won 42-15
U15A Won 24-10
U15B Won 15-12
U14A Won 43-3
U14B Won 60-0

SOCCER
Vs LOMAGUNDI
PLAYED 4 WON 4 LOST DREW
1st Won 6-0
2nd Won 5-1
U16A Won 5-2
U15A Won 4-0

vs St Georges
PLAYED 6 WON 3 LOST 2 DREW 1
U17A Won 2-1
U17B Drew 2-2
U16B Won 4-1
U15B Lost 2-1
U14A Won 2-1
U14B Lost 4-1

vs Prince Edward
PLAYED 2 DREW 2
1st Drew 1-1
2nd Drew 0-0

TABLE-TENNIS
vs GATEWAY
PLAYED 2 WON 2
U15 won 5-0
U18 won 3-2


SPORTS RESULTS – TRINITY 2017 -2- 15 May 2017

MATHS OLYMPIAD
Senior 1st round Old Mutual Maths Olympiad.
The following boys among the girls qualified:
1. David Bore (Highest Mark at Peterhouse)
2. Shiraaz Bhadella
3. Justin Cook
4. Rindai Machokoto
5. Munyaradzi Marazanye
6. Nigel Mhaka
7. Garikai Muhwati and
8. Rodney Sachiti

Out of 14 5th and 6th form pupils who wrote the first round, 13 of them passed and will proceed to the 2nd round taking place on the 26th of July 2017.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Adventurous Journey for the Gold Award in Chimanimani (Sarah Shoesmith)

At the end of last term, 15 6th Form pupils completed a gruelling but very beautiful four days in Chimanimani as part of their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program. Rodney Sachiti completed the entire walk on a set of crutches, having pulled his hamstring in the Interhouse Athletics but he was ably assisted by Tino Mosti and Shiraaz Bhadella. Most of these seniors are well on their way to completing their personal Award programs before leaving school.

Another Adventurous Journey is planned for next week – taking 10 boys sailing in a big race across the Eastern Basin of Kariba. Sailing on two Catamarans, they will have to navigate the entire week’s course as well as keep up with a fleet of very experienced adult sailors.

Another Adventurous Journey for Bronze and Silver Awarders is planned for the end of this term.

Please can everyone who is actively engaged in this programme keep vigilant about attending hourly sessions and working towards your personal goals for each aspect of the Award.

KARATE
Vasheel Solanky has just been awarded his Brown Belt. And he now in the Zimbabwe Karate Team.
Rufaro Hoto now has his Green Belt.

ATHLETICS
COSASA SOUTHERN REGION JUNIOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP
NAME CATEGORY [U17] MEDAL
Blessed Shumba High Jump (1.94m) Bronze
Blessed Shumba Triple Jump (13,66m)
Ronald Mirimi Shot Put (13.87m)
Ethan Chimimba 400m Sprint (49.67secs)
Ethan Chimimba Medley Relay Silver

HOCKEY vs St George’s
PLAYED 9 WON 6 LOST 1 DREW 2
1st won 2-1
2nd won 2-0
3rds drew 2-2
U17/4th drew 1-1
U16A lost 1-2
U15A won 2-0
U15B won 6-0
U14A won 2-0
U14B won 2-0

ROWING - 2017 SA SENIOR ROWING CHAMPS

UNDER 18 SINGLE
Kenneth Raynor Silver

UNDER 18 DOUBLE
Keegan Smith Gold
Kenneth Raynor Gold

RUGBY
vs CHURCHILL & WISE OWL
PLAYED 12 WON 8 LOST 4
U14C won 12 7 vs Wise Owl B
U15C lost 5 19 vs Wise Owl A
U14B lost 5 19 vs Wise Owl A
U15B won 54 0 vs Churchill
U14A won 84 0 vs Churchill
U16B won 76 5 vs Churchill
U15A won 65 0 vs Churchill
U15D won 45 0 vs Wise Owl B
U16A won 57 0 vs Churchill
U17A lost 17 19 vs Churchill
2nd won 50 17 vs Churchill
1st lost 12 31 vs Churchill

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