Sports results


Results from matches played against Heritage School on Wednesday, 31st January at Peterhouse:

 Played: 7, Won: 5, Lost: 2

  U14A – Lost 6–27

  U15A – Lost 9–11

  U15B – Won 11–3

  U16A – Won 16–14

  U17s – Won 25–8

  2nds – Won 24–15

  1st Team – Won 46–43

Results from the Quadrangular games on Saturday, 3rd February at Peterhouse:

 Played: 8, Won: 8

  U14A vs. Hillcrest: Won 20–9

  U15A vs. Hillcrest: Won 27–5


  vs. Hillcrest: Won 63–7

  vs. Watershed: Won 28–15

  vs. Falcon: Won 33–21

  1st Team:

  vs. Hillcrest: Won 60–3

  vs. Watershed: Won 31–23

  vs. Falcon: Won 40–25


Week 4 matches played vs. St John’s College on Saturday:

 Played: 10, Won: 6, Lost: 4

In Rowing at the St. George’s Regatta on Sunday, 4th February:

D Category: Tyler Moss and Max Annandale secured 1st and 2nd place, respectively. 

C Category: Dominated in single sculls, with Guy Annandale coming 1st. Doubles and quad races won.

B Section: Takudzwa Guvheya and Mufaro Matiza came 1st and 2nd, respectively, with successful wins in doubles and quad.

Men’s A Category: David Weller’s exceptional performance was noted. John Saravoyi came 2nd.


In the Mashonaland Junior Closed Championships, Rukudzo Midzi placed runner-up in the boys’ U19 tournament.


Results from the relays gala held at St John’s on Saturday:

1st: Hellenic

2nd: St John’s

3rd: Peterhouse

4th: St George’s

5th: Eaglesvale

6th: Prince Edward


Results against Watershed and Prince Edward:

Vs. Watershed – Played 4, Won 3, Lost 0

Vs. Prince Edward – Played 4, Won 2, Lost 0

Stay tuned for more exciting sports updates in the upcoming events!

Cultural Activities

Provincial Careers Day

Yesterday, Peterhouse was well represented at the Provincial Careers Day (themed Sustainability into Generations) by Tinaye Mangana, Zvashe Zvobgo, Tawanda Gusha, Denzel Matsika, Luyando Chiweshe, and Ryan Mukudoka, accompanied by Mr. Mushiko.


vs Arundel – Tuesday, 30th at Arundel

Juniors: Won 86% to Arundel’s 76%

Best Speaker: Simbarashe Mutevhe

Second Best Speaker: Caleb Mashungu

Intermediates: Won 70% to Arundel’s 66%

Co-Best Speaker: Batsirai Nyawo

Seniors: Won 71% to Arundel’s 69%

Third Best Speaker: Tafara Chakumhara

Interact Visit to Kukura Ne Shungu – Thur, 1st February:

Interact club members, visited, served the children drinks and biscuits, donated clothes and shoes, and engaged in dancing with the Kukura ne Shungu kids. Future needs were discussed, and Interact expressed gratitude for the support from the Peterhouse community.


vs. Arundel & PHG – at Arundel

On Tuesday 30th, PHB played 2, won 1 & lost 1, coming 2nd overall.

Quiz – Interschools Competition

Peterhouse hosted 18 schools, with impressive results:

Juniors: Peterhouse came 1st/19 teams

Seniors: Peterhouse came 11th

Overall: Peterhouse came 4th/19


Saturday, 3rd February

ATS selection tournament results at Goldridge College, KweKwe:

Congratulations to Takudzwa Moga for ranking 4th in his age group.

Ethan Hinds clinched a bronze medal in the U16 category, securing a place in the ATS team.

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awardees

The following boys completed their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award:

Takudzua Dhafana

Michael Fowlds

Tawana Mhinga

Rufaro Nyamupingidza

Ayden Waters

Bradley Munyanyiwa

Kudos to all our talented and dedicated students for their exceptional achievements!