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ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS


SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-13- 2 August 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

CRICKET
Cricket striped baggies are awarded to 1st XI cricket players who have excelled in a cricket match for Peterhouse either for taking more than 5 wickets in a game or scoring more than 100 runs. The following players have been awarded a striped baggy for the performances mentioned:
Ross Mills – taking 6 wickets against Kingswood College (South Africa)
Tendekai Mataranyika – taking 11 wickets in a match against Falcon College
James Gau – scoring 200 not out against Falcon College
Kian Arnold – scoring 131 against Falcon College
Dylan Grant – taking 5 wickets against Hellenic Academy


HOCKEY
vs St George’s College Played On Friday 2 July
PLAYED 8 WON 5 LOST 2 DREW 1
U14B Won 2 – 0
U14A Won 2 – 1
U15B Won 6 – 0
U15A Won 2 – 0
U16 A Lost 0 – 4
3rd Lost 1 – 3
2nd Won 2 – 0
1st Drew 1 – 1

KARATE
On Saturday 30th July 2022 the Peterhouse Boys Karate team competed in the Korai Kofukan Interschools Championships which was held at the Springvale House Indoor Sports Center. Congratulations goes to Liam Kirkman who competed in three events and received a Gold medal for the U18 Kata, a Gold medal for the U18 Kumite and a Silver medal for the U21 Kumite. Well done for a good week end of Karate. (Please hand out medals)

RUGBY
vs St George’s College Played On Saturday 30 July
Played 9 Won 7 Lost 2
U14 B Won 56 – 0
U14 A Won 21 – 15
U15 B Won 36 – 7
U15 A Won 22 – 8
U16 B Won 22 – 21
U16 A Lost 28 – 29
3rd Won 38 – 20
2nd Won 33 – 8
1st Lost 18 – 28

SOCCER
vs St George’s College Played On Wednesday 27 & Saturday 30 July
Played 10 Won 4 lost 4 Drew 2
U14B lost 0 – 1
U14A lost 0 – 4
U15B drew 0 – 0
U15A lost 0 – 4
U16B won 5 – 3
U16A drew 3 – 3
U17B won 7 – 0
U17A lost 1 – 2
2ND won 4 – 0
1ST Team won 3 – 0

HALF COLOURS

Basketball
David Bunhu

Cricket
Kian Arnold
James Gau
Ross Mills

Hockey
Kieran Brown
Mufaro Watyoka
Taine Chapman

Soccer
Tashinga Chikwana
Joshua Chinyama
Benjamin Chivasa
Anesu Chivurayise
Anesu Hofisi

Triathlon
George Ascott


FULL COLOURS

Hockey
Akudzweishe Munyonga
Kian Arnold
Ross Mills
Thomas Webb

Rowing
Reagan Evans
Emmanuel Nyamupingidza

Soccer
Atida Hwenga
Izwirashe Karombo
Rutendo Tswatswa

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE
Results of the PHB v PHG Debate held on Tuesday 27th July are as follows:
B and A Blocks Team 1:
PHG won
PHG - 64%; PHB - 50%.
The third best speaker was Tinashe Makuchete (PHB)

B and A Blocks Team 2:
PHG won
PHG - 67%; PHB - 56%.
The third best speaker was Tawanda Gusha

D and C Blocks Team 1:
PHB won
PHB - 67%; PHG - 66%.
The third best speaker was Tinevimbo Mupangavanhu (PHB) and the best speaker was Simbarashe Mandingaise (PHB) with 75%.

D and C Block Team 2:
PHG won
PHG - 59%; PHB - 51%.
The best speaker was Adrian Mudekunye (PHB) with 70%.

The following team of PHB adjudicators are commended:
Simbarashe Dube, TJ Gwaziwa , Kuzivakwashe Khuleya and Asher Shumba (PHB).

INTERACT
On Friday the 29th of July, Interact transferred ZW$59,150.00 into the St. Francis Primary School account for the payment of ZIMSEC
Grade 7 examination fees for 9 orphans. On the same day, clothes and groceries were donated to Kukura Neshungu, all thanks to the donations from Peterhouse pupils collected from various fund raising activities.

CHESS
After a disappointing performance against BMC last week, the Peterhouse chess masters raised their game to register decent results against Dominican Convent on the 26th of July.

Juniors drew 3-3
Victorious players were Takudzwa Moga, John Mukandi and Athanasios Singh.

Seniors won 3 1/2 - 2 1/2
Victorious players were Kuzivakwashe Mawoyo, Anotida Nhondova and Jesse Jaya. Andre Antunes Ferreira's game ended in a draw.


QUIZ
On the 27th of July, the quiz team travelled to Hellenic for an 11 team tournament. Well done to Peterhouse for coming 5th overall.


DRAMA
National Institute of Speech and Drama Festival:

Firsts:
Dalvin Chinyuku - Shakespeare Monologues PHB
Simbarashe Dube - Shakespeare Sonnet
Simbarashe Dube - Prose
Simbarashe Dube – Improvised Advertising
Tendeso Nyabereka - Poetry
Tendeso Nyabereka – Monologue
Batsirai Nyawo – Prose

Honours:
Declan Hulbert – Shakespeare Monologue
Declan Hulbert – Poetry


AWARDS

Credits for Drama – for excellent support in the Grinham House Play go to:
Cameron Jones
Nicholas Anderson
Ethan Schultz
Shawn Stanton

And for dedication to backstage for the senior play Oliver with a Zim Twist:
Malvern Chaipa
Daniel Makwiranzou

Distinctions for Drama – for outstanding commitment to Peterhouse Drama in 2022: full commitment to house plays, writing house play scripts, the senior play, backstage, or all of the above:
Tendeso Nyabereka
Amiran Durham
Batsirai Nyawo
Declan Hulbert
Riaan Bezuidenhout
Jordan Muldoon
Tinashe Chavhunduka
Anesu Chivurayise
Akudzweishe Munyonga
Ishe Mberewere
Tadiwanashe Matara
Brandon Rouse
Simbarashe Mudimu
Reece de Wet
Mawana Marikano

Distinctions for commitment to Debate and their contribution to the junior debate team’s victory in the FJSS 2021 International contest go to:
Batsirai Nyawo
Tinashe Lewanika
Declan Hulbert
Simbarashe Mandigaisa
Tinashe Zireva
Tomupeishe Gurupira
Munashe Masamha
Dhiaan Govan
Mukudzeyi Mutyatyu
Makanaka Musikavanhu
Takudzwa Dhafana
Masimbaashe Chinodyaruswa
Christian Chikwanda

And for their commitment, and being named best / second best speaker in more than 75% of matches:
Taonga Muhwandavaka
Immanuel Chihota

A Silver Service Tie is awarded to a senior pupil who has given four years or more of service to any of the service activities (Musha we Vana, Kukura ne Shungu, Chapel, Library, Interact, Leo) or has made a contribution to a number of different areas, on the recommendation of a member of the Common Room or the TICs.

A Silver Service Tie for Chapel goes to:
Liam Kirkman

And Silver Service Ties for Interact go to:
Kian Arnold
Tendekai Matarnyika
Akudzweishe Munyonga
Nyasha Odero
Lovedale Njaravaza

Gold Cock’s Ties are awarded to pupils who have represented the school in the A team / Senior level for more than 75% of matches and is nominated by the TIC for outstanding results.

Gold Cock’s Ties for Debate goes to:
Asher Shumba

And for Drama:
Dalvin Chinyuku
Ngonidzashe Musowe
Tashinga Makiwa
Liam Kirkman
Stephan Molife
TJ Gwaziwa
Liam Fourie
Keyan Waters

Half colours for Music:
For passing singing Grades 5 & above with a merits / distinctions, passing music theory, achieving Honours in Eisteddfod and being a member of the choir since D Block – Half Colours are awarded to:
Mtandazo Nyashanu
TJ Gwaziwa
George Ascott
Ngonidzashe Musowe
Tamsi Mahari

Half Colours for Debate:
The nominees are chosen for being exceptionally committed member of the PH Debate team since D Block, trained in adjudication skills which they use to serve the schools, achieving outstanding results in various interschool contests including best / second best speakers in 75% of matches, representing Zimbabwe on an international level with distinction be it the Oxford & Harvard Tournaments / International Moot Court, Half colours are awarded to:
TJ Gwaziwa
Kuzivakwashe Khuleya
Anotida Nhondova
Tadiwanashe Matara
Although this candidate only joined PH in 2021 and his previous school did not offer extra-curricular activities, his exceptional commitment to Debate, has proven that should he have been given the opportunity to be involved in extra-curricular activities in his previous school, he would definitely have been a high achiever. Half colours are also therefore awarded to:
Simbarashe Dube

Half Colours for Drama:
The nominees have been part of the Drama Club since D / C Block and have been instrumental in various productions – school plays, house plays, junior plays or have had a main role on stage, or excelled in the NIAA Speech and Drama Festivals. They are Leaders in various capacities in the Drama Club, and their commitment has been unquestionable over the years. Half Colours for Drama go to:
Ryan Fourie
Atida Hwenga
Simbarashe Dube

Full Colours:
Nigel Mushayavanhu
Simbarashe Dube
Marc Taziwa



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-12- 26 July 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ARCHERY
Peterhouse hosted 79 archers for an interschool archery tournament on Sunday, held at the PHB athletics field. A very big thank you to all involved all their work.
PHB A team finished third overall. Xuan Zehong placed second, while Shawn Stanton, Musa Kurenzvi, Jacobus Botha and Ethan Schultz placed third to sixth respectively in the individual standings.

HOCKEY
vs Falcon Played on Friday 22 July
Played 7 Won 3 Drew 2 Lost 2
U14B drew 0 – 0
U14A drew 0 – 0
U15B won 4 – 0
U15A won 3 – 0
U16B won 4 – 3
U16A lost 1 – 3
3rd team lost 1 – 6

RUGBY
vs BMC A and BMC B Played on Tuesday 19 July
Played 6 Won 4 Lost 2
U14D lost 15 – 42
U14C won 44 – 0
U15D won 17 – 10
U15C won 53 – 7
U16B lost 26 – 25
3rd won 38 – 12

vs Falcon Played on Saturday 23 July
Played 10 Won 8 Lost 2
U14B won 47 – 5
U14A won 35 – 29
U15B won 66 – 0
U15A won 61 – 7
U16B lost 5 – 15
U16A won 33 – 20
4th lost 15 – 20
3rd won 21 – 10
2nd team won 34 – 15
1ST team won 20 - 18

SOCCER
vs BMC Played On Wednesday 20 July
Played 10 Won 6 lost 4
U14B lost 0 – 2
U14A lost 0 – 1
U15B won 7 – 1
U15A won 4 – 0
U16B won 2 – 0
U16A lost 0 – 2
U17B won 2 – 0
U17A won 5 – 2
2ND won 1 – 0
1ST TEAM lost 0 – 1

vs Falcon Played On Saturday 23 July
Played 2 lost 2
2ND lost 1 – 2
1ST TEAM lost 0 – 2

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE
In debate vs St Georges held Tuesday 19 July:
Intermediates: Peterhouse lost:
Peterhouse - 56%; St. George's - 57%. Taonga Muhwandavaka was the second best speaker with 74%, and Julian Fazzolari was the third best speaker with 73%.

Seniors: Peterhouse won:
Peterhouse - 79% ; St. George's - 71%.

INTERACT
On Thursday the 21st of July, Interact visited Musha WeVana Children’s Home to donate goods from the Peterhouse pupils which included: juice, cooking oil, loose biscuits, items donated by Nomalanga Mpofu (PHG) including whole boxes of goodies filled with chips, sweets, biscuits, stationery (books, pens and crayons all brand new) as well as sanitary pads. The children were so delighted.

CHESS
On Tuesday 19 July PHB played BMC:
Juniors lost 2-4
Seniors lost 1-5

MUSIC
Kutandara Marimba Touring Group
On Tuesday 19 July, a touring group of marimba playing Americans collaborating with Harare’s Winad Trust visited the schools. They listened to pupils from SVH, PHB and PHG play marimba, and ended the day showcasing their amazing skills at the PHG Music Centre. Very many thanks to the Music Department for organizing this event.

MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR
On Thursday 21 July, the musician of the year concert was held, professionally adjudicated by Mr Paul Colman, London College of Music Senior Examiner. Peterhouse boys won 2 of the 3 trophies.

Please may they come up:
Kaystone Hlongwane – Junior Musician of the Year
Tinashe Chavunduka – Intermediate Musician of the Year



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-11- 19 July 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
vs St John’s
PLAYED ON FRIDAY 15 JULY
Played 8 Won 6 Lost 2
1st team lost 0 – 1
2nd team won 2 – 1
3rd team won 3 – 1
U16A lost 2 – 7
U15A won 1 – 0
U15B won 3 – 0
U14A won 3 – 0
U14B won 7 – 0
Callum Moore scored 4 goals for U14B

RUGBY
vs St John’s Played on Saturday 16 July
Played 13 Won 7 Lost 6
1st team lost 17 - 28
2nd team won 17 – 15
3rd won 5 – 3
4th lost 19 – 22
U16A lost 14 – 26
U16B lost 17 – 24
U15A won 10 – 7
U15B won 20 – 12
U15C won 12 – 0
U15D lost 7 – 33
U14A lost 14 – 24
U14B won 42 – 3
U14C won 49 – 5

SOCCER
vs St John’s Played on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 July
Played 9 Won 4 lost 4 Drew 1
1ST TEAM LOST 1 – 2
2ND WON 2 – 0
U17A WON 2 – 0
U16A WON 2 – 0
U15A LOST 2 – 3
U15B LOST 2 – 4
U14A LOST 2 – 5
U14B WON 3 – 1
Congratulations also go to Wayne Chiguvare who was selected for the CHISZ U15 team. We omitted his name in our previous report. Well done Wayne.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE
In the debate vs Chisipite held Tuesday 12 July:
Juniors: (Forms 1 and 2): Peterhouse won:
Peterhouse - 66%; Chisipite - 61%.

Intermediates (Forms 3 and 4): lost
Chisipite: 71%; Peterhouse - 59%.

Seniors drew: score - 77%.

The debate club now has expertly trained student adjudication doing an excellent job. Special mention goes to those who adjudicated the Chisi debate:
Junior Debate: Anotida Nhondova
Intermediate Debate: Asher Shumba
Senior Debate: Tadiwa Matara

QUIZ
On Wednesday the 13th, in a three school competition (PHB, PHG and Watershed) with 6 teams,
Juniors: Peterhouse A team came 1st and B team came 4th out of 6 teams.
Seniors: Peterhouse A team came 1st and B team came 2nd
Overall: Peterhouse A team came first and B team came 2nd

BRIDGE
PHB took part in a three way Bridge tournament vs St John’s and PHG.
PHB lost to St John’s but won against PHG.




SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-10- 12 July 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ANGLING
Congratulations to our boys who were part of the Zimbabwe junior Angling team that took part in Bass fishing test against South Africa over this past weekend. The junior team beat South Africa. Zimbabwe cored 90.89 and South Africa 87.71

ARCHERY
Results for the regional archery tournament between Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia and Botswana, held over the weekend of 2-3 July, were as follows:
The Zimbabwe National and Development teams came second overall in the Bulls Eye and 3D competitions, finishing behind South Africa. 7 PH boys participated in the squad of 32. Xuan Ze Hong, Jacobus Botha and Gianmarco Marucchi-Chierro are in the National squad, with Musa Kurenzvi, Shawn Stanton, Ngonidzashe Chikono and Garth Clements in the Development squad.
In the boys' National team, Xuan Ze Hong finished 3rd in the 3D competition. In the boys' Development team, Shawn Stanton finished 3rd in Bulls Eye, 2nd in 3D and 2nd overall for the tournament. In the Bulls Eye event, he finished 1 point (out of 900) behind the winner. (Please award certificates)

SOCCER
Fixtures Played on Wednesday 6 July
vs Marondera High
Played 6 Won 2 Lost 4
2nd team vs. Marondera 1st lost 2 – 1
U17B WON 1 – 0
U16A WON 2 – 0
U16B LOST 3 – 1
U15B LOST 2 – 1
U14B LOST 4 – 1

vs St Ignatius
Played 4 Won 3 Drew 1
1ST TEAM WON 2 – 0
U17A WON 1 – 0
U15A WON 4 – 1
U14A DREW 2 – 2

U15 Chiz Tournament @ Westridge - Saturday 8 July 2022
Played 5 Won 3 Lost 2
vs St Georges lost 0 – 1
vs Westridge won 1 – 0
vs Celebration won 4 – 0
vs Lomagundi won 1 – 0
Semi-final vs. Eaglesvale match ended 0-0 and went to penalties. We lost at penalties
Munashe Masamha was the tournament top goal scorer. (Please award top goal scorer trophy)
Congratulations to Munashe Masamha, Ashley Chaitezvi, Carlton Chapungu and Brooklyn Manyemba who were selected for the CHISZ U15 team.

U16 Chiz Tournament @ St John’s College
Held on Saturday 8 July 2022
Played 4 Won 1 Lost 3
Vs. Watershed lost 2 – 1
Vs. St John’s lost 3 – 1
Vs. Westridge won 2 – 0
Vs. St John’s B lost 2 – 1
Congratulations to Tadiwanashe Hove and Kendall Mtetwa who were selected for CHISZ U16 squad.

DUATHLON
Well done to George Ascott who attended the first Duathon Nationals held at Donny Brook race track where he placed 1st both overall and in the U19 Junior Event.


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

International Moot Courts
International Moot Courts, as has previously been announced, are interschool competitions that take place across the globe in front of a mock International Tribunal where students act as counsellors of law; advocating the different sides of a case based on a problem written by an organization.

Kuzivakwashe Khuleya was one of the first Zimbabwean pupils to participate in the International Moot Court Competition and team qualified for the next round which was held in Romania at the end of June.

Kuziva had the pleasure of meeting the president of the country, H.E. ED Mnangagwa, who, along with many other major companies, sponsored the team with a substantial amount of money so that they could travel to Romania for the finals. The Zim team beat the Netherlands in the final round. And were therefore crowned the champions of the International Moot Court.

May Kuziva once again come up for a handshake.



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-9- 5 July 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS
Takunda Mhete took part in the Botswana Series Finals and did extremely well. He came second in the long jump with a distance of 6.90m and fourth for triple jump with a distance of 14.04m. Takunda has now qualified to represent Zimbabwe in the African Youth Games being held in Cairo, Egypt for long jump in August. Well done Takunda!

ARCHERY
PHB fielded two teams at the Inter Schools Archery hosted by St George's College on Sunday 26 June 2022. Teams contested both 3D target and Bull's Eye competitions.
PHB A team placed fourth in the Bull's Eye section. Xuan Ze Hong (279), Gianmarco Marucchi-Chierro (273), Jacobus Botha (266) and Michael Fowlds (265) finished second, fourth, eighth and ninth in the Bull's Eye category.
Xuan (269) and Jacobus (265) placed fourth and sixth in the 3D section.

This past weekend 7 of our boys took part in a Zimbabwe schools' Archery tournament, competing against South Africa, Namibia and Botswana schools' teams. We placed second overall. Special mention to Xuan Ze Hong and Shawn Stanton who achieved high scores of 286 and 291 respectively. Individual placing’s from the competition have not yet been communicated by the tournament hosts.

HOCKEY
Played on Wednesday against Hellenic at home.
Played 8 won 7 lost 1
U14A won 5 – 0 Nick Orphanides scored 3 goals
U14B won 4 – 0
U15A won 1 – 0
U15B won 4 – 1
U16A lost 1 – 2
3rd Team won 4 – 1
2nd Team won 2 – 0
1st Team won 1 – 0

RUGBY RESULTS
vs St George’s College
Saturday 2 July 2022
PLAYED 9 WON 7 LOST 2
1st Team Won 17 –7
2nd Team Won 45 – 0
3rd Team Won 34 – 20
U16A Lost 19 – 43
U16B Lost 12 – 31
U15 A Won 24 – 5
U15B Won 55 – 5
U14A Won 59 – 5
U14B Won 59 – 0

SOCCER
vs Westridge
Friday 1 July 2022
Played 3 Won 2 Lost 1
1st team lost 0 – 1
U17A won 5 – 1
U15A won 4 – 0

SQUASH
vs Eaglesvale at Peterhouse
The Squash C and D teams played against Eaglesvale at home. We played 10, won 5 and lost 5.

TABLE TENNIS
vs BMC
Played on Wednesday 29 June
Results were as follows;
Under 15 drew 2 – 2
First team drew 2 – 2

For a good cause
Well done to Sebastian Peters who participated in the Old legs Skeleton Coast tour in Chegutu – Kadoma. The old legs tour is a cycling tour, riding from Harare to Namibia to raise money and awareness for the pensioners of Zimbabwe. Sebastian was part of a group that joined from Chegutu and cycled to Kadoma.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE
On Tuesday 28 June, Peterhouse debated with St Johns with the following results:
Juniors (D and C Blocks): Peterhouse lost:
Peterhouse:71%; SJC - 74%

Intermediate (B and A Blocks): Peterhouse won:
Peterhouse: 83%; SJC: 78 %.

Seniors (Vth and VIth Forms): Peterhouse lost.
Peterhouse: 72%; SJC: 74%.


NIAA Speech and Drama Festival
From the 13th of June to the 3rd of July, the annual Speech and Drama Festival took place in person for the first time since 2019, in Harare. PHB produced a fine set of results:
• Two Honours certificates (both by Declan Hulbert)
• Six 1sts (all between Simba Dube & Tendeso Nyabereka)
• And Four 2nds (Liam Kirkman, Simba Dube, TJ Gwaziwa, the Duo Poetry and the Duo News Reading)
Very well done to the boys who worked hard practicing their pieces for the festival. Certificates will be handed out formally once published.



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-8- 28 June 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

POLOCROSSE
We would like to congratulate KEEGAN MANNIX for his selection in the Zimbabwe U21 National Polocrosse side to play against England here in Zimbabwe in August.

ROWING
The Rowing Association of Zimbabwe is pleased to announce the selection of REAGAN EVANS and EMMANUEL NYAMUPINGIDZA to represent the Rowing Association of Zimbabwe at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in August 2022.
We wish them every success.

SOCCER
Results of the CHISZ Soccer Tournament held over the Half Term weekend:

Group stages played 4 won 2 drew 1 lost 1
Lost to Eaglesvale 0 - 1
Won against Goldridge 1 - 0
Won against Westridge 1 - 0
Drew against CBC 0 - 0

Quarter final lost to Falcon 1 - 2
5th & 6th qualification beat Hillcrest 2 - 0
5th & 6th playoff beat Westridge 1 - 0
Came 5th out of 17 overall.

Congratulations to the following Players who made the squad for the CHIZ team:
Atida Hwenga
Rutendo Tswatswa
Izwirashe Karombo

vs Watershed
Last week we also played against Watershed playing 6 Matches Winning 5 and Drawing 1

1st Won 4 – 0
2nd Drew 1 – 1
U17A Won 6 – 0
U16A Won 3 – 0
U15A Won 3 – 0
U14A Won 3 – 2

HOCKEY
Over the past week, our Hockey boys played against St Georges:
Results as follows:

Played 8 Won 7 Lost 1
1st Team Won 1 – 0
2nd Team Won 2 – 1
3rd Team Won 2 – 0
U16A Lost 0 – 2
U15A Won 7 – 0
U15B Won 6 – 0
U14A Won 3 – 0
U14B Won 4 – 0

vs Eaglesvale
The 1st XI also played a match against Eaglesvale winning 2 – 0 with goals from Nicholas Anderson and Kian Arnold

RUGBY
Over the Half Term weekend, after attending trials, the following players were selected for the National Junior Sables U18 Rugby Side to attend the Craven Week in South Africa:

Emmanuel Magutakuona
Tendekai Mataranyika
Campbell Macmillan

Non Travelling Reserve - Adiel Mugoro

Zimbabwe U17 rugby side now playing in South Africa included the following Peterhouse Boys

Mudiwa Hakunavanhu – Vice Captain
Mukudzei Mutyatyu
Andrew Maringa

AMG 7s
At the AMG 7’s held this past weekend:

HOCKEY

Peterhouse ‘A’
Made it through to the final where they beat St John’s 1 – 0

Peterhouse ‘B’
Also made it to their respective final where they narrowly lost to St John’s 2 – 3

Peterhouse Select ‘A’
Were beaten in the quarter final by Peterhouse ‘A’ 1 – 3

Peterhouse Select ‘B’
Lost in the Quarter Final 2 – 4 vs Peterhouse ‘B’

SOCCER
Peterhouse ‘A’
Lost 0 – 2 vs Prince Edward in the Semi Final

Peterhouse ‘B’
Lost 0 – 2 against Prince Edward in their semi final

Peterhouse Select ‘A’
Lost 0 – 2 vs St George’s in the Quarter Final as did

Peterhouse Select ‘B’
Lost 0 – 2 vs St George’s in the Quarter Final

RUGBY
Peterhouse U14
Made their Final and Won 44 – 0 against St George’s

Peterhouse Select U14
Lost 17 – 19 to Wise Owl in the Quarter Final

Peterhouse U15
Won 12 – 7 vs St George’s in the Final special mention must be made of Brooklyn Manyemba’s magnificent game saving tackle in the dying minutes of the final.

Peterhouse Select U15
Lost 5 – 10 against St George’s in the Semi Final

Peterhouse U16
Lost 0 – 36 against Prince Edward in the Semi Final

Peterhouse Select U16
Lost 5 – 26 vs St George’s in the Quarter Final

Peterhouse Open
In the Semi Final Peterhouse Open Drew 12 – 12 against Prince Edward but Lost in Sudden Death

Peterhouse Open Select
Lost 0 – 29 against Peterhouse Open in the Quarter Finals

OVERALL RESULTS OF THE AMG 7s
1st Peterhouse 102 points
2nd Prince Edward 78
3rd St George’s 71
4th St John’s 65
5th Lomagundi 62
6th Wise Owl 27
7th Hellenic 25
8th Peterhouse Select 14

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

QUIZ
On Wednesday 22 June, the quiz team travelled to Dominican Convent for an inter-schools event. Results are as follows:
Peterhouse Junior Team came 7th out 13 teams
Peterhouse Senior Team came 5th out 13
Overall Peterhouse came 7th.

WORLD BOOK DAY
On Friday 24th June we celebrated World Book Day as a way of highlighting the importance of reading. A big thank you to all the pupils and staff who took part.

Our winners for the most creative costume are:

D BLOCK = Cameron Oosterhuizen
C BLOCK = Bradley Munyanyiwa
B BLOCK = Blessed Matsikidze
A BLOCK = Anashe Chimuka

The winners for V and VI form are from the girls school.

The winners for V and VI form are Rudado Matondo and Teris Miti respectively, both from PHG.


SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022 
-7-  
14 June 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
Interprovincial selection Tournament
Congratulations to the following boys who were selected to represent Zimbabwe:

Zimbabwe U18A
Ross Mills
Thomas Webb
Mufaro Watyoka

Zimbabwe U18B
Kieran Brown
Taine Chapman
Harry Orphanides

Zimbabwe Schools Select U19
Ross Mills
Thomas Webb
Kian Arnold
Akudzweishe Munyonga

RUGBY
vs St John’s College
Saturday 11 June 2022
PLAYED 13 WON 9 LOST 4
1st Team Lost 17 – 23
2nd Team Won 38 – 24
3rd Team Won 41 – 7
4th Team Won 26 – 24
U16A Lost 22 – 24
U16B Won 52 – 0
U15 A Won 38 – 5
U15B Lost 8 – 14
U15C Won 17 – 12
U14A Won 32 – 7
U14B Won 37 – 0
U14C Won 51 – 15
U14D Lost 24 – 29

SOCCER
vs St John’s College
Wednesday 8 June 2022
Played 5 Won 2 Lost 3
U15A won 2 – 0
U15B lost 2 – 0
U14A lost 10 – 1
U14B lost 3 – 1
U14C won 4 – 2

LENT TERM SPORTING AWARDS
HALF COLOURS

Athletics
Joshua Chinyama
Emmanuel Magutakuona
Ngoni Majari
Takunda Mhete
Ngonidzashe Musowe
Kunashe Mutabeni
Tanaka Mutandwa
Lovedale Njaravaza
Brandon Rouse
Sheunesu Tawengwa
James Whittall
Tennis
Kieran Brown
Michael Mutasa
Tanatswa Mpofu
Mtandazo Nyashanu

Waterpolo
Brandon Rouse
James Whittall

FULL COLOURS

Athletics
Joshua Chinyama
Ngonidzashe Musowe
Sheunesu Tawengwa

Cricket
Tendekai Mataranyika


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

GAVEL
Congratulations to the following boys who have been voted into the following positions in Gavel/Toastmasters Club 2022:

President: Joshua Chinyama
Sergeant At Arms: Anotida Nhondova and Atida Hwenga
Secretary: Tadiwanashe Matara
Public Relations: Simbarashe Dube
Treasurer: Dylan Grant




SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022 -
6- 7 June 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ANGLING
The Zimbabwe National Bass Federation has invited the following Peterhouse boys to receive their national colours for Zimbabwe Junior Bass Angling at a function at Wild Geese Lodge on Saturday 4 June 2022.
They will be competing in an international against South Africa at Mteri Dam in the Lowveld (7-11 July 2022)
• David Bailey
• Ross Mills
• Harry Orphanides
• Darshan Bhana
• Cody Cooper

ARCHERY
Congratulations to the following boys who have been selected to represent Zimbabwe in an annual Regional Archery tournament involving national school teams from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana and Namibia.

National Team
Jacobus Botha
Gianmarco Marucchi-Chierro
Xuan Ze Hong

Development Team
Shawn Stanton
Musa Kurenzvi
Ngonidzashe Chikono
Garth Clements

The Zimbabwe Schools' Team is based on interschool tournaments and other ranking shoots, leading to selection in a squad of 32 Archers, with 16 archers in the Zimbabwe National team and 16 in the Zimbabwe Development teams. This year the tournament will be a virtual event, and is taking place over the weekend of 2-3 July.
It is a very commendable achievement by our Archers, selected from ten competing schools and academies, and we wish them every success as they continue preparations during the next few weeks.

HOCKEY
vs Hillcrest College
Friday 3 June 2022
Played 5 Won 5
1st Team won 3 – 0
2nd Team won 6 – 0
U16A won 2 – 0
U15A won 11 – 0
U14A won 5 – 0

HORSE RIDING
Keegan Mannix took part at the Hillcrest Eventing held at Hillcrest over the weekend of 28/29 May. Keegan’s horse Mary, was nominated along with another 3 other horses as Best Horse of the Tournament which is a great honour and an accolade to Keegan’s riding.

RUGBY
vs Hillcrest College, Bernard Mizeki and Watershed
Saturday 4 June 2022
PLAYED 11 WON 10 LOST 1
1st Team Won 16 – 6
2nd Team Won 55 – 0
3rd Team Won 57 – 7 vs. Watershed
U16A Won 53 – 0
U16B Lost 24 – 25 vs. BMC A
U15 A Won 52 – 0
U15B Won 57 – 0 vs. BMC A
U15C Won 76 – 5 vs. BMC B
U14A Won 54 – 0
U14B Won 45 – 0 vs. BMC A
U14C Won 39 – 0 vs. BMC B

SOCCER
vs St George’s
Wednesday 1 June 2022
Played 10 Won 5 Drew 2 Lost 3
1st team lost 2 – 1
2nd team won 2 – 1
U17A won 2 – 1
U17B won 4 – 0
U16A lost 2 – 1
U16B drew 2 – 2
U15A won 4 – 3
U15B won 1 – 0
U14A drew 1 – 1
U14B lost 3 – 1

SQUASH
On Tuesday 31 May, Our A, B and C squash teams played against Hellenic Academy A, B and D teams, while our D team played against Arundel B.
Against Hellenic, we played 14 matches, won 10 and lost 4.
Against Arundel, we played 5 matches, won 3 and lost 2.
Well done to all involved.

TABLE TENNIS
vs St George’s
U15 lost 2 – 3
1st team lost 0 – 3


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

DEBATE
The Interhouse Debate Finals were held on Thursday 2 June with the following results:

Juniors: The Winning House was Founders with 73%; Runner-up: Paget with 67%.
The Top 3 Junior Speakers were:
1. Declan Hulbert (Founders: 79%)
2. Tafara Chakumhara (Founders): 77%
3. Ngonidzashe Chikono (Paget): 74%

Seniors: The Winning House was Malvern with 78%; Runner-up: Snell with 71%.
The Top 3 Senior Speakers were:
1. Simbarashe Dube (Malvern): 90%
2. Tadiwanashe Matara (Snell): 87%
3. Idai Mapuvire (Malvern): 85%

The overall house positions for the 2022 Interhouse Debate contests are as follows:

1. Paget – 73%
2. Founders - 71%
3. Snell – 70.5%
4. Malvern – 69.5%
5. Grinham – 66.5 %
6. Ellis - 56%

Arundel Debate Contest
On 31 May Tuesday Peterhouse travelled to Arundel for a Debate contest:
Juniors (D and C Blocks): Peterhouse lost:
Peterhouse: 90%; Arundel - 92%

Intermediate Debate Contest (B and A Blocks): Peterhouse won:
Peterhouse: 80%; Arundel: 79%
Tinashe Makuchete (PHB) was the 2nd best speaker with 70%

Senior Debate Contest (Vth and VIth Form): Peterhouse won.
Peterhouse: 89%; Arundel: 83%.
Simbarashe Dube (PHB) was the 2nd best speaker with 77%


CHESS
On the 2nd of June, PHB hosted Arundel; a traditionally difficult opponent, but the Peterhouse chess masters prevailed, due to their superior ability to manage end games.

Seniors Won 6 – 0
Juniors Won 5 – 1


BRIDGE
On Tuesday 24 May PHB played PHG:
PHB As – Won
PHB Bs – Won

On Tuesday 31 May PHB travelled to Arundel:
PHB As – Lost
PHB Bs – Lost



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-5- 31 May 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ARCHERY
Inter – House Tournament
24 of our boys competed in the inter house Archery tournament held on the 25th of May. The competition as was formatted as a standard archery shoot, with three flights of five arrows at each of ten and fifteen metres. Each house was represented by four boys and team scores were taken as the total score of all four team members (so total available points were 1,200)
For those who are in the archery team and competing, their scores form part of the ranking scores for national selection (there is a regional competition in July).

Results were as follows:
6th - Ellis (654)
5th - Snell (786)
4th - Founders (809)
3rd - Malvern (992)
2nd - Grinham (1,017)
1st - Paget (1,057)


Top individuals were (score out of 300):
4th - Musa Kurenzvi (273)
3rd - Gianmarco Marucchi-Chierro (279)
2nd - Jacobus Botha (283)
1st - Xuan Ze Hong (288)

Highest scoring juniors were Michael Fowlds, Rufaro Nyamupingidza and Garth Clements (with 249, 248 and 242 respectively).

ATHLETICS
Congratulations to Takunda Mhete who competed in long jump and triple jump men's open events at the Inter-Provincial Athletics meet at White Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday. He placed first with a jump (7.04m) in the long jump and second in the triple jump with a new personal best jump of 14.80.
Well done Takunda.

HOCKEY
U16 National Hockey Trials
The boys gave a good account of themselves.

We faced Harare A in the finals. We lost 1-2.

6 boys from MCD made it into the Zim A team.


A Team
Dhaneel Goven
Kohl Eksteen
Sean Bennet
Nick Anderson
Campbell Hammond

B Team
Tavonga Mhuriro

Those who couldn't make it had massive and priceless exposure to the game of game. They played well but it was not enough to attract the attention of selectors.


ROWING

Over the fixture free weekend, Reagan Evans and Emmanuel Nyamupingidza traveled to Roodeplaat Dam in South Africa to compete in the SA National Champs for rowing. This was a tough regatta where the rowers competed against many university rowers and SA national crews.

On the Saturday, both Nyamupingidza and Evans won their Junior mens under 18 single scull heats to move on to the final where they came 4th and 6th respectively in a tough race. On the same day the rowers came 6th in the Mens A double final which is an amazing result as the winners were men from the SA National crew.

On Sunday, Evans and Nyamupingidza rowed in the Junior mens under 18 double. Having overcome boat challenges and foreign conditions,they made the final and took gold. This is their main race that they are currently training for to try go to worlds in July. We wish them the best of luck as they continue to train towards their goal. A huge well done to the boys for their achievements.


RUGBY
vs. WISE OWL
WEDNESDAY 25 MAY 2022
RUGBY PLAYED 4 WON 4
1st Won 25 – 15
U16 A Won 44 – 10
U15 A Won 55 – 0
U14 A Won 56 – 7

National Trials at Lomagundi Friday 27th – Saturday 28th
Congratulations to all the boys who competed in the National Trials for MCD over the week end. It is always a long and gruelling week end. For those who made it, a very proud congratulations from us all, for those who did not make the final selection keep your heads up and keep working hard.

Congratulations to the following who made the respective Zimbabwe Sides;

U18 Academy Week Squad
Adiel Mugoro
Emmanuel Magutakuona
Campbell Macmillan

U17 Grant Khomo Week
Andrew Maringa
Mukudzei Mutyatyu
Mudiwa Hakunavanhu

SQUASH
Interschool Squash started again since ceasing in February 2020, and Peterhouse hosted 7 teams from St John's and the PHG team. PHB played 30 matches, won 5 and lost 25. Many of the boys were playing their first ever competitive game, and learnt a lot from the experience!


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Friday 3 June is Green Day.
The theme is ‘Only one Earth’ we need to be aware of keeping our planet clean and please remember to recycle and sort waste. Rubbish on school buses to be mentioned.


DEBATE
Peterhouse travelled to Harare for a fixture against Dominican Convent on Tue 24 May. Results are as follows:
Juniors (D and C Blocks): Peterhouse lost:
Peterhouse: 66%; Hellenic - 67%
Simbarashe Mandingaisa (PHB) was the 3rd Best Speaker with 67%.

Intermediate (B and A Blocks): Peterhouse won:
Peterhouse: 73%; Hellenic Academy: 67%.

Seniors (Vth and 6TH Forms): Peterhouse won.
Peterhouse: 82%; Hellenic Academy: 69%.
Nigel Mushayavanhu was the Third Best Speaker with 82%.


International MOOT Court
International Moot Courts are interschool competitions that take place across the globe in front of a mock International Tribunal where students act as counsellors of law; advocating the different sides of a case based on a problem written by an organization. The students analyze the problem, identify the legal issues, research the law, write the briefs and orally present it to the moot court. In essence, the students learn how to litigate a case in front of an international tribunal doing what an attorney does in real life.

Congratulations go to Kuzivakwashe Khuleya who is one of the first Zimbabwean pupils to participate in the International Moot Court Competition.
His team, comprising pupils from Dominican Convent, Arundel and Midlands Christina College - has qualified for the next round which will be held in Romania towards the end of June. May he come up for a Rector’s handshake.


MODEL UNITED NATIONS
Between Thursday the 26th and Saturday the 28th, the Peterhouse MUN club participated in SJCMUN, a Model United Nations conference held at St John’s College. The theme of the conference was “Evaluating the Past to Guarantee a Transition to a Post-Pandemic World” and participants created and debated resolutions on real-world issues ranging from ensuring equitable access to Covid-19 vaccinations in sub-Saharan Africa all the way to addressing the civil war in the Tigray region. Peterhouse Boys did extremely well: congratulations to TJ Gwaziwa and Simbarashe Dube for receiving honourable mentions for their noteworthy participation. Particular congratulations go to Nigel Mushayavanhu for receiving an award for the “Best Position Paper”.


SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022 
-4- 24 May 2022


SPORTING ACTIVITIES


HOCKEY
vs Watershed on Wednesday 18 May
PLAYED 7 WON 7
1st XI WON 4 – 1
2nd XI WON 5 – 0
U16 A WON 5 – 0
U15 A WON 2 – 1
U15 B WON 2 – 1
U14 A WON 5 – 0
U14 B WON 2 – 1

vs Falcon on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May
PLAYED 8 WON 6 LOST 2
1st Won 3 – 1
2nd Won 2 – 1
3rd Won 3 – 0
U16 A Lost 1 – 2
U15 A Won 7 – 1
U15 B Won 5 – 1
U14 A Lost 1 – 3
U14 B Won 3 – 0

Well done to all boys involved.

RUGBY
vs FALCON
SATURDAY 21st MAY 2022
RUGBY PLAYED 10 WON 10
1st Won 33 – 21
2nd Won 64 – 19
3rd Won 51 – 5
4th Won 57 – 5
U16 A Won 26 – 10
U16 B Won 29 – 13
U15 A Won 57 – 0
U15 B Won 52 – 0
U14 A Won 56 – 5
U14 B Won 24 – 0

vs Watershed and BMC
U15 C Won 53 – 5 vs Watershed U15B
U15 D Lost 10 – 17 vs BMC
U14 C Won 53 – 5 vs Watershed U14B
U14 D Won 14 – 10 vs BMC

SOCCER
vs Gateway – 18 May
1st team won 4 – 1
2nd team won 3 – 0

vs Wise Owl
U14A lost 2 – 0
U15A lost 2 – 0
U16A drew 2 – 2
U17B lost 1 – 0

vs Lafontain
U15B lost 3 – 0
U17A drew 2 – 2

vs St Francis
U14B lost 3 – 0

vs Falcon Saturday 21st May 2022
PLAYED 2 WON 0 LOST 1 DREW 1
1st Drew 2 – 2
2nd Lost 2 – 4

TABLE TENNIS
vs HERITAGE
First team won 5 – 2
Some entertaining play for our boys. Well done to all involved.


CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

CHESS
PHB v Hellenic - played on 17 May 2022
Juniors found the going tough and unfortunately lost to Hellenic
Seniors drew 3-3. The victorious players were Craig Shoko, Timothy Bowker and Jesse Jaya.

PHB v Falcon College - played on 20 May 2022
Peterhouse was victorious over their Matabeleland adversaries:
Juniors won 5-2
Victorious players were Kaden Hahn, Boyu Gao, Timothy Bowker, Tyler van Rooyen and Anastasios Singh
Seniors won - 5 1/2 - ½

DEBATE
Peterhouse travelled to Harare for a fixture against Dominican Convent on Tue 17 May:
Juniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 70%; Dominican Convent: 64%.
Seniors: Peterhouse won: Peterhouse - 73%; Dominican Convent: 72%

From Wednesday 18 – Friday 20 May, preliminary Interhouse debates contests took place in the Hodgson Room. Very many thanks to Mr Nzanga and his team for organising the smooth running of these events. The final matches will be on Thursday 2nd June 2022 at 19:00 in the Fieldsend Hall and the following victorious houses will be contesting each other for the win:
Junior Contest: Paget versus Founders.
Senior Contest: Snell versus Malvern.

BRIDGE
Bridge players also played the Dominican Convent on Tuesday 17 May. PHB fielded 5 pairs; won 4 and drew 1. PHB therefore won the fixture.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH
As you all know, attaining the Duke of Edinburgh Award is no easy feat. It communicates great things about the sort of character who commits to it, and therefore opens many doors of opportunity for him who attains it.
Our congratulations go to Joel Royston for his tenacity in persevering towards his goal of attaining his Bronze Award.

MUSIC – NIAA Vocal & Instrumental Eisteddfod.
Throughout the month of March, the NIAA Vocal & Instrumental Eisteddfod took place, IN PERSON (a pleasant diversion from the virtual scene) in Harare. Very many thanks to Mr Jera, Mr Mujokoro & the music staff who worked tirelessly preparing the candidates for the biggest performance of the year, and well done to the boys for their sterling performances.
May the following & representatives of the ensembles, come up to receive the highly coveted HONOURS Certificates:

1. Kaystone Hlongwane Piano grade 4 Own Choice
2. Marc Taziwa - Vocal Solo Folk and traditional
3. Junior Marimba Ensemble
4. Senior Marimba Ensemble
5. One Voice Vocal Ensemble

The Honours Certificate for Bigband, as well as the Honours Certificate and Trophy for best church choir which went to the Peterhouse Chapel Choir were handed out at the PHG assembly.



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022 
-3- 17 May 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ARCHERY
PHB participated in the Archery Interschool’s competition held yesterday at Chisipite School. We fielded a boy’s only team to give more archers competition exposure and the boys did extremely well. We had 5 boys finish in the top ten for Bulls Eye, and 6 in top ten for 3D out of 36 boys.

Congratulations to Xuan Zehong who was the boys’ bulls eye overall winner with 284 points. In the 3D Xuan Zehong was second overall with 280.

HOCKEY 

VS LOMAGUNDI ON THE 11th OF MAY 
PLAYED 5  WON 4  LOST 1
1st XI WON 3 – 1 
2nd XI WON 1 – 0
U16 A LOST 5 – 0 
U15 A WON 1 – 0 
U14 A WON 2 – 1 

Below are the names of the boys that made the MCD hockey teams to take part in the Inter provincials’ tournament to be held on first fixture free weekend.

MCD U18A
Kian Arnold 
Kieran Brown 
Taine Chapman 
Akudzweishe Munyonga (Capt)
Mufaro Watyoka
Thomas Webb
Ross Mills

MCD U18 B
Tadiwanashe Mandizvidza 
Anotida Nhondova 
Kudakwashe Nyamupingidza 
Harry Orphanides 
Michael Saywood 

MCD U16/17A
Sean Bennett
Kohl Eksteen
Dhaneel Goven
Cameron Jones
Nicholas Anderson
Campbell Hammond
Tavonga Mhuriro
Tapiwa Makiwa

KARATE

The following boys graded this Month and received the following belts for their efforts. Congratulations
Michael Fowlds - Yellow Stripe Belt
Keyan Waters - Green Stripe Belt
Ebenezer Jongi - Yellow Belt
John Saravoyi - Orange Stripe Belt

RUGBY

PETERHOUSE vs LOMAGUNDI ON THE 14th OF MAY
PLAYED 9 WON 5 LOST 4
1st XV LOST 19 – 23
2nd XV LOST 35 – 36
U17 LOST 0 – 43 
U16 A WON 43 – 0
U16 B LOST 10 – 12
U15 A WON 21 – 10
U15 B WON 52 – 0 
U14 A WON 67 – 0
U14 B WON 53 – 0

Special mention must be made of Sebastian Bicknell and Scott Price who both represented the first team and second team in the same afternoon, Sebastian Bicknell in particular, completed two full games with two outstanding performances that earned him man of the match awards for both the First and Second teams, congratulations.

RUGBY MCD TRIALS

Mashonaland Country District Trials were held at Peterhouse Boys School on Sunday 15th May, Congratulations to the following boys who were selected to represent MCD at the National Trials to be held at Lomagundi College from May 26th through to May 29th.

Mashonaland Country Districts U19 Rugby A Side
4 Lock Tadiwa Mandimutsira 
5 Lock Keith Elliot
6 Flank David Bunhu
8 Eigthman Adiel Mugoro 
9 Scrum Half Campbell Macmillan
11 Wing Shammah Jackson
12 Center Emmanuel Magutakuona

Mashonaland Country Districts U19 Rugby B Side
1 Prop Simbarashe Mudimu 
2 Hooker Tendekai Mataranyika
6 Flank Sebastien Bicknell
8 Eigthman Mutandwa Tanaka
12 Center Darren Arnold 
14 Wing Ryan Shamu
15 Full Back James Whittal 
10 Reserve Fly Brennan Watt 

Mashonaland Country Districts U17 Rugby A Side

Gara Munashe
Mudiwa Hakunavanhu
Ross Bailey
Andrew Maringa
Jack Bicknell
Tanaka Kondo

Mashonaland Country Districts U17 Rugby B Side
Azeil Casimiro
Mukudzei Mutyatyu
Simon Palmer
Troy de Wet
Mathew Ngonyamo
Tadiwa Chikombero

RUGBY REFFING
Congratulations to the following boys who travelled to Lomagundi to assist with the reffing. All Peterhouse Refs did exceptional jobs, thank you to Mr Tino Matiringe for organizing and running the club
Brent Smith - Reffed the U14Bs
Liam Kirkman - Reffed the U14As
Shawn Lawrence - Reffed the U15Bs
Michael Mustasa Was the 2nd Team AR

SOCCER

VS LOMAGUNDI – 13 MAY 
PLAYED 4 WON 1 LOST 3
1st team lost 1 – 0 
2nd team lost 3 – 1 
16 A's lost 4 – 3 
15 A's won 2 – 0 

MILESTONE:
PLAYED 3 WON 1 LOST 2
17 A’s won 3 – 2  
15 B's lost 2 – 1 
14 A's lost 3 – 2 
Well done to all involved. These were our first soccer matches in two years. Some very good play from all teams.

TABLE TENNIS

VS Gateway 
PLAYED 2 WON 1 LOST 1
First team  won  4 – 0 
Under 15  lost  2 – 3

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

CHESS
On Tuesday 10 May, Peterhouse Boys played St John’s in a chess match. Unfortunately:
Juniors lost 0-6
Seniors lost 2-4

However, victorious players were Kuzivakwashe Mawoyo and Kaden Hahn. A round of applause for them please.

On Saturday 14 May, Peterhouse took place in an inter-schools chess tournament which took place at the Dominican Convent in Harare.
Juniors and seniors both played 4 rounds of matches. Unfortunately, the juniors found the going tough and lost all their matches.
Seniors played 4, won 2 and lost 2 and at the end of the  tournament, were ranked 4th out of seven schools

DEBATE
Tadiwa Matara and Nigel Mushayavanhu were members of the Zimbabwe National Debate Team that went on to win the African Schools Debate Champoinships (ASDC), held from 24-28 April 2022, via Discord. 12 African nations and 26 teams took place in the championships, and 4 of those teams (Teams A, B, C &D) were from Zimbabwe. In the final, Zimbabwe Team B (Tadiwa & Nigel’s team) were runners up to the winners - Zimbabwe Team D. Congratulations to Tadiwa and Nigel for doing both their school and nation proud in this esteemed event, and are featured in ‘The Chronicle’ newspaper as such.

On Saturday 7 May, a Debate Staff Training Workshop took place in the Hodgson Room. Attended by 23 teachers from PHB, PHG, Wise Owl, Bernard Mizeki College, Monte Casino and Watershed College.  PHB &PHG debaters put on a demonstration match.
PHB lost to PHG 74% to 71%. 
Simbarashe Dube was the 3rd Best Speaker with 73%.

On Tuesday 10 May, Peterhouse debated with Watershed College at PHG. 
Juniors won: Peterhouse - 71%; Watershed - 54%. Taonga Muhwandavaka was the Runner- up Speaker with 73%, and Mukudzei Mutyatyu was the Third Best Speaker with 62%. 
Seniors also won: Peterhouse - 72%; Watershed - 70%. TJ Gwaziwa was the Runner- up Speaker with 73%. 

INTERACT 
Ida we Kwako visit:
On Thursday the 12th of May members of the Interact Club visited Ida WeKwako. The Interact members were welcomed with warm smiles and even warmer hugs. In no time the members were all fully engrossed in the old people’s endless stories and words of wisdom, even from their oldest member, a 102 year old man! The Peterhouse Interact Club managed to deliver several goods: washing soap, cooking oil, various juices, biscuits and other treats. However, the real treat was the tears of joy shed by one of the elderly women. Her joy from the generosity was truly a sight to behold.

School Fee Donation to St Francis School
Last term the Interact Club donated ZWL200,000 equivalent to over US$800 to 40 orphans’ school fees. The children, administrators and Head were extremely grateful for this kind gesture. May the Vice of Interact come up to collect a thank you card from St Francis.

MODEL UNITED NATIONS
Between Thursday the 12th and Saturday the 14th of May, Peterhouse Boys participated in a “CHI-MUN”, a Model United Nations conference held annually at Chisipite Senior School. The aim of Model United Nations is to help participants deepen their understanding on global political and social issues by emulating delegates of different countries at United Nations Conferences. 
Participants attempt to resolve issues that affect the world through the writing resolutions and debating their impacts in a similar way to what delegations to the United Nations would do. The theme of this particular conference was “Becoming Agents of Change” and issues being discussed ranged from the question of Taiwan’s sovereignty all the way to methods to promote inclusive and sustainable development from Covid-19. Peterhouse Boys did very well in the conference. Congratulations go to Kuzivakwashe Khuleya and Asher Shumba receiving Honourable Mentions for their excellent participation, and in particular Nigel Mushayavanhu for receiving the Most Promising Delegate award.

MUSIC – NIAA VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL EISTEDDFOD

Throughout the month of March, the NIAA Vocal & Instrumental Eisteddfod took place, IN PERSON (a pleasant diversion from the virtual scene) in Harare. Very many thanks to Mr Jera, Mr Mujokoro & the music staff who worked tirelessly preparing the candidates for the biggest performance of the year, and well done to the boys for their sterling performances. 
1. Kaystone Hlongwane  -  Piano grade 4 Own Choice
2. Marc Taziwa  -  Vocal Solo Folk and traditional
3. Junior Marimba Ensemble
4. Senior Marimba Ensemble
5. One Voice Vocal Ensemble
The Honours Certificate for Bigband, as well as the Honours Certificate and Trophy for best church choir which went to the Peterhouse Chapel Choir were handed out at the PHG Assembly.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

This year marks the first time in many years that Peterhouse Boys are competing competitively in public speaking, with a tour to Tanzania ensuing during the first week of the school holidays in August. Special mention goes to Tapiwanashe Makiwa, Batsirai Nyawo, Declan Hulbert, Tinashe Lewanika, Dylan Koke, Nyasha Chakumhara, Simbarashe Dube, Asher Shumba, Stephen Molife and Liam Kirkman for representing the school in the following two fixtures this term:

Results against PHG on Tue 10 May:
PHB 147 points  -  PHG 150 points
PHG won.

Results against Wise Owl on Thur 12 May:
PHB 144 points  -  Wise Owl 145 points
Wise Owl won.

SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
-2- 10 May 2022

Cambridge Achievers from November 2021

Top in Zimbabwe IGCSE - Design & Technology - Takunda Mhete
Top in Zimbabwe AS level - English Language - Deborah Ann Davy
Top in Zimbabwe AS level - Geography - Simbarashe Dube
Top in Zimbabwe AS level - Global Perspectives & Research - Simbarashe Dube
Top in Zimbabwe AS level - Literature in English - Nicole Ruth Allott
Top in Zimbabwe A level Literature in English - Charles Moscrop
High Achievement AS level - Music - Deborah Ann Davy
High Achievement AS level - Music - Charles Moscrop

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY
vs HELLENIC 6th MAY 2022
PLAYED 4 WON 3 DREW 1
U15 A WON 4 – 0
U15 B WON 7 – 0
U14 A DREW 1 – 1
U14 B WON 5 – 0
Well done to all involved. A good start to the season for our junior teams.

RUGBY
PETERHOUSE vs HELLENIC 7th MAY 2022
PLAYED 11 WON 11 LOST 0
1st XV WON 45 – 7
2nd XV WON 55 – 0
3rd XV WON 52 – 12
U16 A WON 62 – 0
U16 B WON 59 – 0
U15 A WON 52 – 5
U15 B WON 52 – 0
U14 A WON 61 – 12
U14 B WON 52 – 0

VS WATERSHED on the same day
U15 C WON 50 – 0
U14 C WON 30 – 12
Some exciting rugby from our boys. Well done to all involved. Special mention of David Bunhu for his man of the match winning performance in the First XV match.


SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022
 
-1- 4 May 2022


SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Captains of Sport
SPORT CAPTAIN VICE-CAPTAIN
Hockey - Kian Arnold / Akudweishe Munyonga
Rugby - Brandon Rouse / Tashinga Makiwa
Soccer - Atida Hwenga / Rutendo Tswatswa
Table Tennis - Tinashe Kwesha / Stephen Molife

ATHLETICS
Well done to Takunda Mhete who took part in a Junior National Athletics meet this past weekend and finished 2nd in triple jump and first in Long jump with a new season best jump of 7.05m. Takunda has been selected to represent Zimbabwe in Botswana on the 15th of May. We wish him all the best.

FISHING
Congratulations to Darshan Bhana who has been selected to represent his club at the Student Angler High school fishing world championships in USA. We wish him all the best.

HOCKEY
Some outstanding results from our boys over the holiday.
PHB were invited to participate in the Zim Mens seven a side festival. We only managed to send boys who lived in Harare and they represented the school very well.

We also took part in the St Johns tournament were we had outstanding results.
Zim Men Sevens Hockey Festival April 22-24, 2022
PLAYED 6 WON 6 LOST 0
Opposition Score Goal Scorers
Eaglesvale A Won 5-0 K Arnold 3, K Brown 2
St George's B Won 3-1 K Arnold 3
C B C Won 3-1 D Goven 2 plus an own goal from CBC
Churchill Won 4-0 K Arnold 2, A Munyonga 1 & T Mhuriro 1
St John's B Won 4-0 K Arnold 2, K Brown 1 & D Goven 1
Final - Lomagundi Won 3-0 D Goven 2 & K Brown 1

St John's Hockey Tournament results April 29 - May 1, 2022
PLAYED 5 WON 3 Drew 1 LOST 1
Opposition Result Goal Scorers
Vs Hellenic Academy Won 5 - 0 K Arnold 3, K Brown 1, D Goven 1
Vs Lomagundi Drew 1 - 1 H Orpahanides 1
St George's College Won 4 - 1 K Arnold 1, D Goven 1, A Munyonga 1, T Mhuriro 1
Falcon College Won 1 - 0 K Arnold 1
St John's College Lost 1 - 2 D Goven 1

RUGBY
Peterhouse played sevens rugby against Hellenic at all age groups at the end of last term, results are as follows;
Played 14 Won 14 Lost 0

Rugby Camp
In the last week of the Holidays Peterhouse Boys held a rugby camp which was well attended at most age groups. Thank you to the boys and coaches for giving up their time to attend.
1st Team rugby played a match vs CBC at the St Johns tournament and won 36 – 15. Well done to all involved.

HORSE RIDING RESULTS
Joshua Oberholzer competed in HIPEC, at Borrowdale on 23 April and represented Peterhouse with pride. He got IST PLACE in the TWO PHASE Show Jumping class @ 80cm on Blue Jeans and 3RD PLACE in the AM5 Show Jumping class @ 80cm on Blue Jeans. Well done Joshua!

TRIATHLON
Congratulations to George Ascott who has been to represent Zimbabwe in South Africa at the Africa Championships in September.



SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESULTS – TRINITY 2022

-3- 17 May 2022

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

ARCHERY

PHB participated in the Archery Interschool’s competition held yesterday at Chisipite School. We fielded a boy’s only team to give more archers competition exposure and the boys did extremely well. We had 5 boys finish in the top ten for Bulls Eye, and 6 in top ten for 3D out of 36 boys.

Congratulations to Xuan Zehong who was the boys’ bulls eye overall winner with 284 points. In the 3D Xuan Zehong was second overall with 280.

HOCKEY

VS LOMAGUNDI ON THE 11th OF MAY

PLAYED        5      WON      4      LOST     1     

1st XI              WON               3 – 1

2nd XI             WON               1 – 0

U16 A             LOST              5 – 0

U15 A             WON               1 – 0

U14 A             WON               2 – 1

Below are the names of the boys that made the MCD hockey teams to take part in the Inter provincials’ tournament to be held on first fixture free weekend.

MCD U18A

Kian Arnold

Kieran Brown

Taine Chapman

Akudzweishe Munyonga (Capt)

Mufaro Watyoka

Thomas Webb

Ross Mills

MCD U18 B

Tadiwanashe Mandizvidza

Anotida Nhondova

Kudakwashe Nyamupingidza

Harry Orphanides

Michael Saywood

MCD U16/17A

Sean Bennett

Kohl Eksteen

Dhaneel Goven

Cameron Jones

Nicholas Anderson

Campbell Hammond

Tavonga Mhuriro

Tapiwa Makiwa

KARATE

The following boys graded this Month and received the following belts for their efforts. Congratulations

Michael Fowlds               Yellow Stripe Belt

Keyan Waters                   Green Stripe Belt

Ebenezer Jongi                 Yellow Belt

John Saravoyi                   Orange Stripe Belt

Please hand out Certificates.

RUGBY

PETERHOUSE vs LOMAGUNDI ON THE 14th OF MAY

PLAYED        9      WON      5      LOST     4

1st XV     LOST              19 – 23

2nd XV   LOST              35 – 36

U17         LOST              0 – 43

U16 A     WON               43 – 0

U16 B      LOST              10 – 12

U15 A     WON               21 – 10

U15 B      WON               52 – 0

U14 A     WON               67 – 0

U14 B      WON               53 – 0

Special mention must be made of Sebastian Bicknell and Scott Price who both represented the first team and second team in the same afternoon, Sebastian Bicknell in particular, completed two full games with two outstanding performances that earned him man of the match awards for both the First and Second teams, congratulations.

RUGBY MCD TRIALS

Mashonaland Country District Trials were held at Peterhouse Boys School on Sunday 15th May, Congratulations to the following boys who were selected to represent MCD at the National Trials to be held at Lomagundi College from May 26th through to May 29th.

Mashonaland Country Districts U19 Rugby A Side         

4 Lock                     Tadiwa Mandimutsira

5 Lock                     Keith Elliot    

6 Flank                    David Bunhu  

8 Eigthman             Adiel Mugoro

9 Scrum Half          Campbell Macmillan     

11 Wing                  Shammah Jackson 

12 Center                Emmanuel Magutakuona      

                                       

Mashonaland Country Districts U19 Rugby B Side         

1 Prop                      Simbarashe Mudimu

2 Hooker                 Tendekai Mataranyika  

6 Flank                    Sebastien Bicknell 

8 Eigthman             Mutandwa Tanaka 

12 Center                Darren Arnold

14 Wing                  Ryan Shamu

15 Full Back           James Whittal

10 Reserve Fly        Brennan Watt

Mashonaland Country Districts U17 Rugby A Side         

Gara Munashe        

Mudiwa Hakunavanhu  

Ross Bailey            

Andrew Maringa    

Jack Bicknell         

Tanaka Kondo       

                                       

Mashonaland Country Districts U17 Rugby B Side         

Azeil Casimiro      

Mukudzei Mutyatyu      

Simon Palmer        

Troy de Wet           

Mathew Ngonyamo       

Tadiwa Chikombero      

RUGBY REFFING

Congratulations to the following boys who travelled to Lomagundi to assist with the reffing. All Peterhouse Refs did exceptional jobs, thank you to Mr Tino Matiringe for organizing and running the club

Brent Smith            Reffed the U14Bs  

Liam Kirkman        Reffed the U14As  

Shawn Lawrence    Reffed the U15Bs  

Michael Mustasa    Was the 2nd Team  AR

SOCCER

VS LOMAGUNDI – 13 MAY

PLAYED                4      WON      1      LOST     3

1st team                  lost          1 – 0

2nd team                 lost          3 – 1

16 A's                      lost          4 – 3

15 A's                      won         2 – 0

Milestone:

PLAYED                3      WON      1      LOST     2

17 A’s                             won         3 – 2 

15 B's                              lost          2 – 1

14 A's                              lost          3 – 2

Well done to all involved. These were our first soccer matches in two years. Some very good play from all teams.

TABLE TENNIS

VS Gateway

PLAYED                2      WON      1      LOST             1

First team                won                 4 – 0

Under 15                         lost                  2 – 3

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

CHESS

1.               On Tuesday 10 May, Peterhouse Boys played St John’s in a chess match. Unfortunately:

Juniors lost 0-6

Seniors lost 2-4

However, victorious players were Kuzivakwashe Mawoyo and Kaden Hahn. A round of applause for them please.

2.               On Saturday 14 May, Peterhouse took place in an inter-schools chess tournament which took place at the Dominican Convent in Harare.

Juniors and seniors both played 4 rounds of matches. Unfortunately, the juniors found the going tough and lost all their matches.

Seniors played 4, won 2 and lost 2 and at the end of the  tournament, were ranked 4th out of seven schools

DEBATE

1.               Tadiwa Matara and Nigel Mushayavanhu were members of the Zimbabwe National Debate Team that went on to win the African Schools Debate Champoinships (ASDC), held from 24-28 April 2022, via Discord. 12 African nations and 26 teams took place in the championships, and 4 of those teams (Teams A, B, C &D) were from Zimbabwe. In the final, Zimbabwe Team B (Tadiwa & Nigel’s team) were runners up to the winners - Zimbabwe Team D. Congratulations to Tadiwa and Nigel for doing both their school and nation proud in this esteemed event, and are featured in ‘The Chronicle’ newspaper as such.

2.               On Saturday 7 May, a Debate Staff Training Workshop took place in the Hodgson Room. Attended by 23 teachers from PHB, PHG, Wise Owl, Bernard Mizeki College, Monte Casino and Watershed College.  PHB &PHG debaters put on a demonstration match.

PHB lost to PHG 74% to 71%.

Simbarashe Dube was the 3rd Best Speaker with 73%.

3.               On Tuesday 10 May, Peterhouse debated with Watershed College at PHG.

Juniors won: Peterhouse - 71%; Watershed - 54%. Taonga Muhwandavaka was the Runner- up Speaker with 73%, and Mukudzei Mutyatyu was the Third Best Speaker with 62%.

Seniors also won: Peterhouse - 72%; Watershed - 70%. TJ Gwaziwa was the Runner- up Speaker with 73%.

INTERACT

1.               Ida we Kwako visit:

On Thursday the 12th of May members of the Interact Club visited Ida WeKwako. The Interact members were welcomed with warm smiles and even warmer hugs. In no time the members were all fully engrossed in the old people’s endless stories and words of wisdom, even from their oldest member, a 102 year old man! The Peterhouse Interact Club managed to deliver several goods: washing soap, cooking oil, various juices, biscuits and other treats. However, the real treat was the tears of joy shed by one of the elderly women. Her joy from the generosity was truly a sight to behold.

2.               School Fee Donation to St Francis School

Last term the Interact Club donated ZWL200,000 equivalent to over US$800 to 40 orphans’ school fees. The children, administrators and Head were extremely grateful for this kind gesture. May the Vice of Interact come up to collect a thank you card from St Francis.

MODEL UNITED NATIONS

Between Thursday the 12th and Saturday the 14th of May, Peterhouse Boys participated in a “CHI-MUN”, a Model United Nations conference held annually at Chisipite Senior School. The aim of Model United Nations is to help participants deepen their understanding on global political and social issues by emulating delegates of different countries at United Nations Conferences.

Participants attempt to resolve issues that affect the world through the writing resolutions and debating their impacts in a similar way to what delegations to the United Nations would do. The theme of this particular conference was “Becoming Agents of Change” and issues being discussed ranged from the question of Taiwan’s sovereignty all the way to methods to promote inclusive and sustainable development from Covid-19. Peterhouse Boys did very well in the conference. Congratulations go to Kuzivakwashe Khuleya and Asher Shumba receiving Honourable Mentions for their excellent participation, and in particular Nigel Mushayavanhu for receiving the Most Promising Delegate award.

MUSIC – NIAA VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL EISTEDDFOD

Throughout the month of March, the NIAA Vocal & Instrumental Eisteddfod took place, IN PERSON (a pleasant diversion from the virtual scene) in Harare. Very many thanks to Mr Jera, Mr Mujokoro & the music staff who worked tirelessly preparing the candidates for the biggest performance of the year, and well done to the boys for their sterling performances.

May the following and representatives of the ensembles, come up to receive the highly coveted HONOURS Certificates:

1.            Kaystone Hlongwane            Piano grade 4 Own Choice

2.            Marc Taziwa                                 Vocal Solo Folk and traditional

3.            Junior Marimba Ensemble

4.            Senior Marimba Ensemble

5.            One Voice Vocal Ensemble

The Honours Certificate for Bigband, as well as the Honours Certificate and Trophy for best church choir which went to the Peterhouse Chapel Choir were handed out at the PHG Assembly.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

This year marks the first time in many years that Peterhouse Boys are competing competitively in public speaking, with a tour to Tanzania ensuing during the first week of the school holidays in August. Special mention goes to Tapiwanashe Makiwa, Batsirai Nyawo, Declan Hulbert, Tinashe Lewanika, Dylan Koke, Nyasha Chakumhara, Simbarashe Dube, Asher Shumba, Stephen Molife and Liam Kirkman for representing the school in the following two fixtures this term:

1.   Results against PHG on Tue 10 May:

PHB 147 points

PHG 150 points

PHG won.

2.   Results against Wise Owl on Thur 12 May:

PHB 144 points

Wise Owl 145 points

Wise Owl won.

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