Results of the matches played versus Watershed College on Wednesday the 20th @ WATERSHED
Played 9 Won 5 Lost 4
1st won 30 – 22
2nds won 12 – 7
U16A won 14 – 11
U16B won 13 – 4
U15A lost 10 – 15
U15B won 12 – 2
U14A lost 5 – 8
U14B lost 7 – 10
U14C lost 8 – 10

A team comprising of Four C block, Two B block, Two A Block and Three seniors convincingly retained the Watershed T20 this last weekend. Results of the matches played were as follows;
VS South Eastern College Won in 8 overs by 10 wickets
VS Kyle College Won in 11 overs by 6 wickets
VS Watershed B Won in 2 overs by 10 wickets
VS MCC Won in 8 overs by 9 wickets

In the Final
VS Hillcrest College Won in 10 overs by 9 wickets

It was a sound all round team performance. In the field and with bat and ball. Commendable performances with the ball – Victor Watama, Blaine Candy, Jake Palmer, Harry Orphanides and Simba Madamba

Outstanding Peterhouse Player of the Festival Nicholas Anderson carrying his bat and being not out in 5 of the 6 innings with two unbeaten half centuries.

Over the course of Saturday and Sunday seven boys competed in an inter-schools competition at the hillside golf course in Mutare. Special mention to Kelvin Chiperesa, Blake van Rooyen and Scott Hewer who came second in the B division out of 13 schools present at the weekend competition.
We are still awaiting official results for the A division but special mention to all our A team players for some outstanding play.

On Sunday the 17th of September, the rowers participated in the 1st regatta of the season at Mazowe Dam. The top results were as follows:
Guy Annandale came 1st in his single scull race, and 1st in the double with Tungamirai Chinhamo. Together with Micah Mhlaba, Josh Stone and Jason Moulder as cox, the quad also came 1st.
Mufaro Matiza won his single scull race, and gained another 1st in the double with Takudzwa Guvheya. Together with Josia Tungamirai, Michael Fowlds and Tendeso Nyabereka as cox, the quad also came 1st.
Joel Royston won the Men’s A single scull with Azeil Casimiro in 2nd. The pair also won the Men’s A Double. Well done to all who rowed.

Results of the matches played on the 20th of September versus St Georges College.
PHB A lost 0 – 5
PHB B won 3 – 2

Results of the Inter-house swimming gala held last Thursday;
1st Grinham
2nd Ellis
3rd Snell
4th Paget
5th Founders
6th Malvern

Special mention to Jack Bicknell, Connor Paulsar and Shingai Shumba for setting new records.

Results of matches played versus Kuwadzana High 1
First team won 6 – 1

Results from matches played on the 19th and 20th September
Congratulations to the following boys selected for various Masholanand East Teams
Mash East U15 A

  1. Paunganwa Daniel
  2. Orphanides Nicholas
  3. Watama Victor
  4. Candy Blaine

Mash East U15B

  1. Harper David
  2. Harper Nathan
  3. Scott-Elliot Callum
  4. Hove James

Mash East 15C

  1. Southon Luke

Mash East U19A

  1. Mutwira Tendai
  2. Dewdney Jordan
  3. Kusena Immanuel

Mash East U19B

  1. Bowker Timothy
  2. Maringa Andrew
  3. Mandingaisa Joel

Mash East U19C

  1. Khupe Mthandazo
  2. Chapungu Calton
  3. Watt James


  1. Grant Reece
  2. Makwiranzou Daniel

vs Watershed College played on the 20th September 2023
Played 4 Won 4 Lost 0
1st Won 12 – 0
U16 Won 10 – 2
U15 Won 12 – 0
U14 Won 12 – 0

Peterhouse took part in the Crusader water polo tournament held at Hellenic Academy on Friday and Saturday
Played 6 won 1 lost 5 drew 0
Vs. Hellenic lost 12 – 13
Vs. Falcon won 9 – 8
Vs. CBC lost 8 – 17
Vs. St Georges lost 8 – 10
Vs. St John’s lost 4 – 15
5th & 6th play off
Vs. Falcon lost 7 – 11

Peterhouse finished 6th


v PHG – Tuesday 19 September – Home
Results are as follows:
Intermediates: PHB Lost 63%; vs PHG’s – 71%.
However, Tawanda Gusha was the Best Speaker with 87%.
Juniors: PHB won 79 vs PHG – 77%.
Adrian Mudekunye was the Second Best Speaker with 86%; Kudakwashe Chifamba was the 3rd Best Speaker with 75%.
Thanks to Denzel Matsika for adjudicating.

vs Watershed – Tuesday 12 September – Away
Juniors drew 3-3
Winners were:
Ethan Hinds (Board 1)
Tadiwanashe Paraffin (Board 4)
Tapiwa Gambiza (Board 5)

Seniors also drew 3-3
Winners were:
Alex Ferreira (Board 1),
Takudzwa Moga (Board 2)
Taonga Muhwandavaka (Board 6)

vs St George’s – Tuesday 19 September – Away
Juniors lost 0-6
Seniors drew 3-3
Well done to Takudzwa Moga , Tomupeishe Gurupira and Tinashe Zireva who won their games against some very strong opponents.

vs Dominican Convent & PHG – Tuesday 19 September – Home
Versus PHG
PHB As won 20 – 5
PHB Bs lost 5 – 16
PHB Cs won 16 – 0
Overall PHB won 41-21 against PHG

Versus Convent
PHB As lost 13- 17
PHB Bs won 20- 5
PHB Cs lost 1- 14
Overall PHB lost 34- 36 to Convent

vs St John’s – Wednesday 20 September – Away
Out of 19 schools:
Juniors came 11th
Seniors came a commendable 2nd
Overall PHB came 9th
Well done to the Quiz teams.

vs Wise Owl – Tuesday 19 September – PHG.
Only Juniors and Intermediates participated in the fixture with the following results:
Jordan Gakanje (debut) placed 3rd in the Junior Category with 67% speaker points.
Batsirai Nyawo (also debut) placed 3rd in the Intermediate Category with 68% speaker points.
Well done to all the speakers.

ATS Public Speaking – Inter-Schools Tournament
On Friday 15 September and Saturday 16 September 2023, PHB participated in the ATS Interschools Championships:
In the Junior Category – Simbarashe Mutevhe placed 11th. In the Intermediates – Tinashe Lewanika finished 18th
Senior Category – Idai Mapuvire placed 18th.
Overall PHB finished 18th.
Thanks go to the 3 participants for their efforts.

Inter-House Public Speaking – Thursday 21 September
Well done to all the speakers on the night. Engaging and controversial speeches were on display, making for an entertaining evening. Results are as follows:

Best Speakers:
Junior Category: Adrian Mudekunye of Malvern House.
Intermediates Category: Tinashe Lewanika of Malvern House.
Senior Category: T.J. Gwaziwa of Founders House.

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

Congratulations to Malvern House for winning the 2023 Interhouse Public Speaking Trophy.

MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR – Tuesday 19 September
On the 19th of September, the Peterhouse Music Department held the annual Musician of the Year competition. Thanks to not only our two adjudicators, Mrs. Allot (for Vocal) and Mr. Mutandadzi (for Instrumental), but to the entire Music Dpt for preparing both the musicians and the recital.
This year’s competition saw 21 musicians from PHB & PHG competing, and results are as follows for PHB. Please come up for a Rector’s Handshake & trophies:
Junior Musician of the Year – Instrumental Category: Michael Koen
Intermediate Musician of the Year – Intermediate Category: Kaystone Hlongwane

Both Instrumental & Vocal Musicians of the Year in the Senior Category were won by PHG.

On Thursday 21st September, club members travelled to Musha WeVana Children’s Home. The children were served biscuits as club members played games with them. Donations of clothes, 50 reading books, 100 pampers and 2kgs of Lactogen baby milk for the 3 new babies there were made. Sincere thanks go to PHG & PHB pupils for their continued support towards those less fortunate in our community.