Congratulations to the following athletes who qualified to participate in the Marondera District Athletics competition held on 23 February 2024 at BMC.

Under 20

1. Mhuriro Tavonga 

2. Mangana Tinaye

3. Maringa Andrew 

4. Mbizi Tadiwa

5. Jani Kupakwashe 

6. Mambosasa Alex 

7. Chivurayise Anesu

17 years and under

1. Mawoyo Mufarowashe

2. Odendaal Russell 

3. Masamha Munashe

4. Matsikidze Blessed

15 years and under

1. Nyadundu Simon

2. Kokli Tatendaishe

3. Hinds Ethan

4. Madzamba Donell

5. Mhandu Malcolm


On Friday, the cross-country team travelled to Lomagundi for their final meet. Overall, the Peterhouse boys finished 2nd behind Lomagundi; they acquitted themselves well and ended the season on a high. The following boys were outstanding in their races: Tendai Mutwira finished 4th, and Nicholas Anderson was 7th in the seniors race. For the middle, Spencer Bean earned 6th place in a tough race where all boys had to finish as we only had six boys. James Hosack was 12th in the juniors’ race. Well done to all runners for a good season.


Basketball Results vs Bernard Mizeki played on Wednesday, 7 February @ Peterhouse.

Played 11 Won 9 Lost 2

U14A won 31 – 0 

U14B won 7 – 0 

U14C won 8 – 6 

U15A won 21 – 8 

U15B lost 13 – 12

U15C lost 6 – 16 

U16A won 22 – 9 

U16B won 14 – 13 

U17s won 22 – 11 

2nds won 21 – 13

1st team won 56 – 30 

Basketball Results from the CHIZ tournaments held over the weekend.

U14 @ Eaglesvale

Peterhouse finished 3rd overall and won the bronze medal. Well done to all involved.


Group stages

Vs. Falcon won 14 – 7 

Vs. Lomagundi lost 10 – 16   

Vs. Eaglesvale won 17 – 12 

Vs. St John’s B won 20 – 5


Vs. St George’s lost 16 – 17

3rd/4th playoff

Vs. Lomagundi lost 19 – 24 

PHB finished a credible 4th 

U16 @ St George’s 

Peterhouse finished 4th overall. Good effort from all involved.

1st Team @ St John’s College

Vs. St John’s College won 11 – 16 

Vs. CBC won 24 – 13 

Vs. St George’s A won 26 – 14

Vs. MCC won 20 – 17


Vs. Watershed won 19 – 15


Vs. St George’s lost 25 – 23

Well done to the 1st team for coming second in a tightly contested final in which we lost extra time. PHB finished 2nd overall.

Congratulations to the following boys who were selected for the CHISZ U20 team;

Alex Mambosasa

Julian Fazzolari

Immanuel Chihota

James Barbour

Vimbisai Kapuya

Tanaka Kondo

(Please present medals and Shield to the team captain)


PHB ROWING RESULTS – St George’s Regatta 4 February

Tyler Moss and Max Annandale significantly improved in the’ D’ category and came in 1st and 2ndrespectively. We achieved 1st and 5th in the doubles, where Tyler Moss and Jason Moulder had an excellent finish. The rowers also came 1st in their quad. 

In the ‘C’ category, we dominated the single sculls, bagging 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th places where Guy Annandale came in first. He and Tungamirai Chinhamo won the doubles. The rowers also won the quad race. 

In the ‘B’ section, Takudzwa Guvheya and Mufaro Matiza came in 1st and 2nd, respectively. Guvheya and Josia Tungamirai won the doubles, with Tendeso Nyabereka and Alex Meikle coming in 2nd. The rowers won their quad but had a tough race against the older HRC men. 

In the Men’s A category, David Weller had an excellent day, rowing in the single sculls twice for extra practice and excelling both times. In the first race, he beat all the Men’s A doubles that had entered. In the second race, he took 12 seconds off his first time and came ahead of the other scullers. John Saravoyi came in 2nd place. 

Well done to all the rowers.

On Sunday, 11 February, our rowers participated in the RAZ Nationals Regatta held at Mazowe Dam. The rowers had a victorious day, coming in 1st place overall. The highlights are as follows:

The C quad race was exciting, with Peterhouse coming in 1st and 2nd place.

The doubles race was even more exciting, with Guy Annandale and Tungamirai Chinhamo in 1st place and Jason Moulder and Tyler Moss very close behind in 2nd place. Peterhouse also came 3rd and 6th in this race. We dominated the single sculls, raking in the first 6 spots, with Guy Annandale winning the gold.

The B quad was also victorious. Takudzwa Guvheya achieved a rowing hat trick, winning in the quad and the doubles with Mufaro Matiza and getting the gold in the single sculls. Josia Tungamirai and Michael Fowlds took 2nd place in the doubles, with Alex Meikle and Tendeso Nyabereka 3rd. In the sculls, we also came in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th places.

David Weller won gold in the single sculls in the Men’s A races, with Azeil Casimiro coming in 2nd. The two also won their doubles race. The rowers have made excellent progress over the last few months in preparing for the tour to South Africa. We wish them all the best as they face tough competition down South.

Can the captain please come up and receive the RAZ Nationals Shield?


Results of matches played versus St Georges on 7 February

Under 16 drew 3 – 3 

The first team lost 1 – 3 


Played 1 Won 1 

Peterhouse played Falcon in a Mum Du Toit Match, and the results were;

Peterhouse 10 Falcon 2


Squash match played against Chisipite Senior School on Wednesday, 7 February at home:

PHB B vs. Chisipite A: won 3 – 2 

PHB C vs. Chisipite B: lost 3 – 2 


Peterhouse boys took part in the St George’s invitational Gala on Saturday, and the results were as follows;

6th Prince Edward 

5th Eaglesvale

4th St John’s 

3rd St George’s

2nd Peterhouse

1st Hellenic


Peterhouse hosted a U16 selection tournament for independent schools in Zimbabwe, and the results were as follows;

Group stage

Vs. Nattie College won 2 – 0 

Vs. St John’s Emerald Hill won 2 – 0 

Vs. Kutama College lost 0 – 2 

Peterhouse came second in the group and proceeded to the quarterfinals;


Vs. St Ignatius won 2 – 0 


Vs. St George’s lost 1 – 2 

3rd &4th playoff

Vs. BMC lost 1 – 2 

Dylan Tasker was voted best blocker of the tournament and was awarded a shield. 

Overall, Peterhouse was ranked 4 out of 12 schools. The following made it into the select team:

Tanaka Chiromo, Bentley Chapeyama, Dylan Tasker and 

Kudakwashe Chifamba


U17 Waterpolo – Hellenic Collin’s Cup 

The U17 team played exceptional water polo and showed depth by getting into the semi-finals of the Collin’s Cup at Hellenic. The team went down to the eventual tournament winners CBC on Friday night on penalty shootouts.

A tightly contested semi-final versus Hellenic saw another penalty shootout, with Hellenic edging Peterhouse by one point.

Peterhouse finished third after beating St John’s 18 goals to 7 in the 3rd/4th playoff, showing the bright future for Peterhouse water polo. Special mention goes to Bongani Dube, Donovan Bodington, and Tapfuma Taundi, who were brilliant throughout the tournament—an outstanding performance by goalie Dirk Muir in the final match against St John’s.

Congratulations to Mitchell Duckworth, who was awarded the Player of the Tournament award.


They played at the St John’s Collins / Fred Cup water polo tournament on Saturday and came 4th overall.

We played 4 matches and lost 4. 

U14 – Played 2 lost 2


-5- 13 February 2024



vs St. Johns College – Tuesday 6th – PHB

Juniors: PHB lost narrowly – 59% to St. John’s College: 60%. 

Best Speaker – Simbarsahe Mutevhe

Intermediates: PHB won with 70% to St. John’s College’s 62%. 

Best Speaker – Kodzero Chinhara

Second Best Speaker – Adrian Mudekunye

Seniors: won 68% to St. John’s College’s 67%. 

Third Best Speaker – Tinashe Makuchete


vs St John’s College & PHG – Tue 6th at PHB

PHB came 3rd

MUN Workshop – 31 January – PHG

Presentations by Mrs Eleni Bruggiser focused on writing well-thought-out Position Papers, an exciting and novel experience for beginners. Thanks go to the organizers & Mr Chavunduka.