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Peterhouse Girls

Academic, Cultural & Sports Results

ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 15th November 2019

CULTURAL

Awards

Bridge:
Gold Cock’s Tie Michelle Murengami, Rufaro Makoni, Nokutenda Gundo Sandlasenkosi Mushambavanhu, Tinotenda Mapani
Half Colours Shamiso Chikuri, Tanatswa Njanji

Chess
Gold Cock’s Tie Alicia Chiremba, Tinotenda Mapani, Tinotenda Ndaudzwa, Natercia Makwiranzou

Drama
Half Colours Sharonrose Mandudzi

Kukura neShungu
Silver Service Tie Ropafadzo Mariga, Rutendo Mukucha, Kuzivakwashe Gore, Tatenda Ndaudzwa, Tanyaradzwa Kurenzvi, Paidamoyo Maravi

Library
Silver Service Tie Abigail Mahofa, Tatenda Ndaudzwa, Tinotenda Mapani, Sandlasenkosi Mushambavanhu

Musha Wevana
Silver Service Tie Adeline Boka

Orchestra
Half Colours Shirea Brits, Anna Montgomery

Music (Piano)
Half Colours Tiffany Nyamupingidza

Choir
Half Colours Tawana Mahari

P.A.S.T.I.S.
Credits Lewhat Daniel, Anesu Nzenza-Grant, Mitchelle Mafusire,
Cheryl Wekare
Shona
Distinction Marylene Bandera, Rutendo Magomo, Rutendo Mukucha, Paidamoyo Maravi, Chimwemwe Msiska, Kuzivakwashe Gore

SPORTS

Results

Archery
NASP Archery Tournament at PHB, PHG finished 3rd out of 6 schools

Horse Riding
PEC Dressage Show
Dressage – Elementary Class 3rd Nokutenda Mangwiro, 2nd Kyra Zartmann,
1st Ashley Dziva
Dressage – Intermediate Class 3rd Kayla Gillwald, 2nd Hannah Palmer, 1st Courtney Wellock
Best Turned Out Rider Rachel Stanton

Arena Event at Borrowdale
Junior 90cm Show Jumping 1st Erin Elliott
Junior 90cm Show Jumping 2nd and 3rd Katie Loubser

PEC Annual Show Results
Dressage – Preliminary Class 4th Erin Elliott, 3rd Adel Kotze, 2nd Sienna Page, 1st Erin Elliott
Dressage – Intermediate Class 4th Melissa Allott, 3rd Rachel Stanton, 2nd Savannah Seaman,
1st Jenna Palframan
40/50cm Jumping 3rd Rachel Stanton, 2nd Chiedza Nazare, 1st Amy Ferreira
60/70cm Jumping 3rd Anna Freeth, 2nd Courtney Wellock, 1st Daniella Anderson
80/90cm Jumping 3rd Kylie Loubser, 2nd Erin Elliott, 1st Luanna Page

Best Turned Out Rider Mazvita Mwedziwendira
The Davis Cup For The Joy Of Riding Nokutenda Mangwiro
Green Shield The Most Improved Junior Amy Ferreira
Celeste Trophy for Most Improved Rider Courtney Wellock
Allen Trophy Most Promising Rider Melissa Allott
Spur Trophy for Horsemanship Rachel Stanton
Newmarch Memorial Trophy for Most Points Katie Loubser
Malwatte Cup for Attitude, Ability, Commitment Daniella Anderson

Rowing
Junior Progress Shield for Rowing Genevieve Shoesmith

Squash
Senior Champion Lilian Pope
Runner up Bridget Lapham
Junior Champion Elizabeth Moore-Gordon
Runner up Ashleigh Dhobbie
Most Improved Senior player Bridget Lapham
National Representatives Elizabeth Moore-Gordon (U14), Laura Lagesse (U16)
Swimming
National Sprints Gala (held in Mutare)
Shalom Ranganai received a Bronze Medal for her 100m Breaststroke Final.

National Swimming Ladder TOP 5 swimmers in the country (50m events) for the month of October 2019:
Courtney Brown Girls 17 years, 2nd 50m Freestyle, 4th 50m Butterfly
Chrissy Wenham Girls 14 years, 4th 50m Freestyle
Shalom Ranganai Girls 15 years, 5th 50m Butterfly

Table Tennis
vs BMC Cancelled
vs Peterhouse Boys Played 8, lost 8

Tennis
3rd Term League Results
A League: Overall Peterhouse Girls came 2nd

B League: Overall Peterhouse Girls came 1st

PHG Tennis Championships
Junior Doubles Winners Chido Munyonga and Nadine Mudzimuirema
Runners-up Mikayla Burl and Heila Chapeyama

Senior Doubles Winners Katrina de Chassart and Bryony Dawson
Runners-up Nakai Mujaranji and Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba

Junior Singles Winner Amy Chadwick
Runner up Tanyaradzwa Midzi (walk over)

Senior Singles Winner Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba
Runner up Nakai Mujaranji

Most Improved Junior Player Tamupashe Muchena
Most Improved Middles Player Nakai Mujaranji
Most Improved Senior Player Rebecca Gau

National Representation (Zimbabwe U19A 5th Seed)
Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba

Friendly Matches since Half Term
A League:
vs Watershed U14A won 12-0
U15A won 8-3
U16A won 12-0

B League:
vs Eaglesvale U14B won 8-2
U15B won 8-0
U16B won 8-4

vs Heritage U14B won 7-1
U15B won 8-0
U16B drew 4-4

Triathlon
SA Championships U17 Andie Kuipers 4th
U17 Erin Elliott 7th
ATU Triathlon Junior African Cup Women Andie Kuipers 4th
Erin Elliott 5th
Zimbabwe National Triathlon Series U17 Andie Kuipers 1st
Erin Elliott 3rd
Discovery Triathlon World Cup U19 Andie Kuipers 2nd (Silver)
Africa Games (Triathlon) Women Andie Kuipers 3rd (Bronze)
World Triathlon Championships Women Andie Kuipers 58th/70
National Triathlon Colours Andie Kuipers (re-awarded)

Waterpolo
Most Improved Senior Player Maja Potzas

Sports Awards
Congratulations to Makantasta Mtausi-Gwaradzimba who was nominated the 2019 Sportswoman of the Year; and to Rebecca Gau for receiving the Tate Trophy for Sportsmanship.

Archery
Half Colours Ria Pareekh and Shirea Brits

Horse Riding
1st Team Tracksuit Erin Elliott

Rowing
Cock’s Ties Holly Bicknell and Victoria Wood
Half Colours Holly Bicknell

Swimming
Cock’s Ties Amy Kluckow and Amy Doorman

Tennis
Distinction Tanyaradzwa Midzi
1st Team Tracksuit Audrey Chiponda and Eryn Montgomery
Full Colours Makanatsa Mtausi-Gwaradzimba

Volleyball
1st Team Tracksuit Ropafadzo Mariga
Cock’s Ties Chaneil Yosa, Sasha Mukucha, Precious Chemhere, Mitchelle Mafurise
and Omega Nyamushanya
Half Colours Precious Chemhere

Water Polo
1st Team Tracksuit Wadzanai Chiweshe
Cock’s Tie Wadzanai Chiweshe

CONSERVATION AND OUTDOOR EDUCATION

Duke of Edinburgh International Award
Congratulations to the following girls who received their Awards:
Bronze Awards: Tavonga Chirombe, Bridget Lapham, Nikita Beadon, Ayla Skye Greef and Tiffany Nyamupingidza.



ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 17th October 2019

ACADEMICS

Academic Awards
Congratulations to the following girls who received Commendations for their Mid-Term Mark Order;

D Block – Mikayla Burl, Shumirai Chigadza, Aneni Chigwedere, Chloe Chiremba, Tamuonashe Chisvo, Anna Davy, Oanaya Dongo, Kayla Gillwald, Kimberly Gono, Tanatsirwa Jambwa, Ruvarashe Kadumbo, Anike Mparuri, Thandiwe Mtwazi, Nadine Mudzimuirema, Reina Parirenyatwa, Chloe Scott Elliot, Savanna Seaman, Delph Sithole, Gina Utsiwegota, Jewantee Yakiti

C Block – Amy Chadwick, Tanatswa Chirenda, Makanaka Dzvurumi, Anna Freeth, Stacey Magorokosho, Takomborerwa Makiwa, Rufaro Mapfumo, Rumbidzai Mapokotera, Rudado Matondo, Kimberly Maworise, Zandile Mbofana, Munesushe Mushosho, Mafaro Musimwa, Ruvimbo Mutyatyu, Tinotenda Mtize, Thando Ntini, Ella Pope, Priyali Rama, Nessly Sithole, Chrissy Wenham, Fadzai Zitsanza.

B Block – Tawananyasha Banda, Ruvimbo Chauruka, Deborah Davy, Kyuri Kim, Tanatswa Matonda, Idi Musimwa, Amy Scott Elliot


CULTURAL

Bridge
v Arundel
Juniors lost 22-52

v St John’s
As lost 16-23
Bs won 39-2
Cs lost 11-27

Chess
v Hellenic
Lost 1-10
Drew 1

Debate
v Arundel
Juniors lost 209 -237
Seniors lost 197-276

v Watershed
Seniors lost 247-250.5
Juniors won 536-436
Tadiswa Mafara 2nd best speaker

v St John’s
Intermediates lost 279-280

v PHB
Lost 1-10

Drama
On 8th and 9th October the Peterhouse Girls put on ‘The Lion King’ – what a talented, enthusiastic, committed troupe of thespians who delivered a captivating experience! Many encouraging compliments about the girls’ performance were given and we thank the parents, the Peterhouse community as well as Milupi Imbula and Othnell Mangoma Moyo (piano and African Drum) for their support. Drama thrives at Peterhouse.

NIAA Literary Arts Festival
This year the English department submitted 27 entries to the Literary Arts Festival – from D to A Block. The quality of work continues to improve as the following results will attest:
1 x 3rd Grade
14 x 2nd Grade
15 x 1st Grade

The following girls were awarded Honours: Anna Davy, Deborah Davy, Oanaya Dongo and Caitlin Theron.

Deborah Davy was also awarded the National Prize for her Prose piece.

NIAA Visual Arts Festival
Last term the C block art girls participated in the Visual Arts NIAA, where each group chose one of the given titles under the heading ‘The Green Planet’. Each group tried to use recycled materials to bring awareness to the environment and conservation through their artwork. 6 group projects were chosen from the 2 art classes, and they achieved three firsts, two second and one third grade. The projects that obtained firsts were displayed in the Jubilee Hall for the final exhibition, and one of them will be on display at the National Art Gallery until 2nd December. We hope you are able to go and take a look at the amazing range of arts shown off from all over the country.

Shona Club
The highlight of this term's activities was the Shona Cultural night. The girls managed to stage an amazing show with music, dance, poetry, the 80s and 90s African women's hairstyles and a fashion show.Traditional games were also included which took the crowd by surprise as Mrs Zengeza and Mrs Fantiso were part of the Sarura Wako game. There is a Shona expression which says, "Zvaitoda kuzvionera pamhino sefodya" – you had to see it for yourself. The Shona Club dance group had their famous dance routine Mhande, a celebratory dance with the dancers balancing clay pots. What an evening to remember, the Zimbabwean meal was served at the end of the concert.

SPORTS

Karate
Kurai Kofunkan Karate Club
The following girls received certificates for their achievements:
Shannen Wilson - Purple belt 4th Kyu 3rd Class
Priyali Rama - Green Belt 5th Kyu 3rd Class
Lara Weller - Yellow Belt 7th Kyu 2nd Class
Schyler May - Yellow Belt 7th Kyu 2nd Class
Anike Mparuri - Yellow Belt 7th Kyu 2nd Class
Natasha Kambani - Green Stripe 5th Kyu (B) 2nd Class

Swimming
A Division Finals Gala at Chisipite
1st Hellenic
2nd Chisipite A
3rd Peterhouse Girls
4th Harare Convent
5th Arundel/Girls College
7th Falcon
8th Chisipite B

Interhouse Swimming
Snr Victrix Ludorum Runner Up: Amy Doorman (26.5 Points)
Dobb Dolphin Winner: Courtney Brown (33 points)

U16 Victrix Ludorum: Runner Up: Temwani Chibiya (30 points)
Millwarde Trophy Winner: Ayla-Skye Greeff (31 points)

U15 Victrix Ludorum: Runner Up: Pareena Niranjan-Bhana (28 points)
Hunter Trophy Winner: Chrissy Wenham (34 points)

U14 Victrix Ludorum: Runner Up: Shae Macrae (26 points)
Vandoros Trophy Winner: Stephanie Russell (34 points)

Overall Interhouse Results
1st Sable 375 points
2nd Eland 355 points
3rd Impala 353 points
4th Kudu 321 points

Table Tennis
v Westridge (cancelled by Westridge)
v Girls High School
Juniors won 3 and lost 1
Seniors won 3 and lost 1

v Gateway
Juniors won 4 and lost
0Seniors won 5 and lost 0

Tennis
A League
v. Chisipite
U14A won 8-4
U15A lost 5-7
U16A won 7-5

v. Hellenic
U14A drew 6-6
U15A lost 10-2
U16A lost 3-9
1st Team lost 3-9

B League
v. Gateway
U14B won 6-2
U15B drew 4-4
U16B won 6-2
2nd Team won 6-2

v. Hellenic
U14B drew 4-4
U15B won 8-0
U16B won 5-3
2nd Team won 6-2

Triathlon
Super Sprint
Brooklyn Tippett took part in the Youth Girls event and came 1st with a time of 00.46.18 and placed 8th out of 13 competitors overall.

Erin Elliott took part in the Junior Woman event and came 1st with a time of 01.16.55 and placed 10th out of 14 competitors overall.

Volleyball
v. St John’s EH
U14 won 2-1
U15 won 2-0
U16 forfeited by St John’s
1st Team lost 1 -2

v. DC Harare
U14 lost 0-2
U15 won 2-0
U16 won 2-1
1st Team lost 1-2

U16 Volleyball Tournament held at Peterhouse Girls
1st Gateway
2nd Arundel A
3rd Peterhouse Girls A
4th DC Harare B
5th Watershed
6th Eaglesvale
7th Arundel B
8th Lomagundi
9th MCC
10th DC Harare A
11th Chisipite
12th Peterhouse Girls B
13th Wise Owl

Sports Awards
Congratulations to:
Makanasta Mtausi-Gwaradzimba who was nominated the 2019 Sportswoman of the Year.
Rebecca Gau for receiving the Tate Trophy for Sportsmanship.




ACADEMIC, CULTURAL & SPORTS RESULTS - 27th September 2019 

Blood Donations
Thanks to all our girls, boys and staff members who donated blood. We received a total of 100 pints altogether.
PHG - 45 pints and PHB - 55 pints giving us a total of 100 pints.

Bridge
Interhouse Results
1st Sable 1750
2nd Eland 1370
3rd Kudu 1070
4th Impala 950

v. Convent v. PHB
As lost 9-13 As lost 4-20
Bs won 15- 4 Bs lost 20-21
Cs lost 9-32

v. Hellenic v. PHB
Bs lost 3-12 As lost 7-21
As won 14-5 Bs won 11-3

Debate
v. Convent
Juniors lost 76%-80%
Seniors lost 70%-75%

Gavel
On Wednesday 18th September, the PHG Gavel Club hosted members of the same club from PHB for the first time this year. The evening’s event included thought-provoking speeches which were well-researched and in turn, excellently presented. The ice-breakers, witty and full of mirth, highlighted how well all members knew each other and felt respectfully comfortable around each other.

As we reach the end of our time at Peterhouse as VIth Form, the evening was quite a poignant way to begin the process of our departure. Many thanks to Ms Rinashe and Mr Banda for making the meeting possible and allowing honest, yet humorous conversations to be had all round.

PASTIS
We had an informative and entertaining session at Macheke High School which was well attended. In total, four schools were in attendance - Macheke High, Peterhouse Girls, Prince Edward and Dominican Convent Harare. Topics discussed all centered on the African culture and the varied opinions and facts presented by the pupils from each school were well articulated.

Public Speaking ATS Tournament
Juniors
Impromptu 16 out of 16 schools
Prepared speech 14 out of 16 schools
Overall 16 out of 16 schools

Intermediates
Impromptu 11th out of 16 schools
Prepared Speech 14th out of 16 schools
Overall 14th out of 16 schools

Seniors
Impromptu 9th out of 16 schools
Prepared speech 8th out of 16 schools
Overall 10th out of 16 schools

Shona Quiz
v. Gateway
A’s won 66-45
B’s won 55-30

SPORTS

Hockey
Lilian Pope represented the Zimbabwe National Ladies Hockey team in the Road to Tokyo Qualifiers in Stellenbosch. Zimbabwe narrowly missed qualification for the 2020 Olympics, but finished in a respectable 3rd place, receiving Bronze medals overall in the qualification tournament.

Horse Riding
Bulawayo Horse of the Year Show
Katie Loubser won the most promising Junior Trophy.

Namibia Africa Cup
Katie Loubser won 1st place in Cross Country.
Erin Elliot and Katie Loubser won 2nd place in the team event riding for Zimbabwe.

Triathlon
Andie Kuipers competed in the Africa Games (Morocco) representing Zimbabwe. Andie finished 3rd winning a Bronze Medal. Andie then went on to compete at the ITU World Triathlon Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland where she raced against Triathletes from all around the world. Andie finished a commendable 59th place out of 70 starters. An exceptional performance at the highest level.

Tennis
Tanyaradzwa Midzi travelled to Tunis where she was invited to play in the African Junior Championships, as well as the African Junior Masters. During her tournaments played in the holidays, Tanyaradzwa won 2 Gold and 2 Bronze medals. Tanyaradzwa finished in 9th position at the African Junior Championships, narrowly missing qualification for the Master’s Event following a loss to Morocco’s number 1 seed. Tanyaradzwa’s performance at the African Junior Championships sees her maintaining her junior ranking of number 10 in Africa.
3.2 SPORTS RESULTS

Archery
PHG finished 4th overall 8 schools and clubs combined.

Horse Riding
Arena Eventing at Borrowdale
Erin Elliott won 1st in the junior 90cm Showjumping
Katie Loubser won 2nd in the 90cm Showjumping
Katie Loubser won 3rd in the 90cm Showjumping

Dressage at Peterhouse
Elementary Class 1st Ashley Dziva
2nd Sharae Trewartha (SVH)
3rd Kyra Zartmann
4th Nokutenda Mangwiro
Intermediate Class 1st Courtney Wellock
2nd Hannah Palmer
3rd Kayla Gillwald

Best Turned Out Rider Rachel Stanton

Rowing
HRC Regatta held at Mazowe Dam
1st place positions D division doubles 500m - Skye Shanahan and Lara Weller
B division doubles 2000m - Kayla Kalweit and Genevieve Shoesmith
A division doubles 2000m - Stacey Dunstan and Doné Erasmus
A division quad 2000m - Kayla Kalweit, Genevieve Shoesmith, Doné Erasmus, Stacey Dunstan and Lara Weller

Peterhouse Boat Club Regatta
Woman’s A Double 1st place Stacey Dunstan and Doné Erasmus
Woman’s A Scull 2nd place Doné Erasmus
Woman’s D Squad 2nd place Taonaishe Kunaka, Danielle Phiri, Jewantee Yakiti, T’sana Oosthuizen and Doné Erasmus (Cox)
Woman’s A Scull 3rd place Stacey Dunstan
Woman’s C Scull 5th place Bridgit Botha
Woman’s D Double 5th place Skye Shanahan and Jamie-Lee Kaschula
Woman’s A Scull 7th place Krystal Barber

Swimming
Relays gala at Chisipite
1st Hellenic and Chisipite A 278 points
3rd Peterhouse Girls 206 points
4th Arundel 94 points
5th Chisipite B 92 points

Relays Gala at Arundel
1st Hellenic 166 points
2nd Chisipite A 164 points
3rd Harare Convent 90 points
4th Peterhouse Girls 84 points (missing U16 age group)
5th Arundel 69 points

Tennis
A League
v. Hellenic 1st Team lost 3-9

v. Lomagundi U14A won 7-5
U15A won 8-4
U16A won 9-3
1st Team won 10-2

v. Convent U14A won 12-0
U15A won 12-0
U16A (away)
1st Team won 11-1
B League
v. Hellenic 2nd Team won 6-2

v. Chisipite U14B drew 4-4
U15B won 7-1
U16B won 6-2
2nd Team won 7-1

v. Hillcrest U14B won 5-3
U15B lost 3-5
U16B (away)
2nd Team lost 0-8

Interhouse Tennis
1st Sable 14 points
2nd Eland 12 points
3rd Kudu 12 points
4th Impala 10 points

Table Tennis
v. Winwood
Juniors vs Winwood Seniors Lost 6-1
Seniors Lost 6-1

Volleyball
v. Westridge U14 lost 1-2
U15 won 2-1
U16 won 2-0
1st Team lost 2-1

ATS U20 Tournament at Lomagundi
PHG 1st team finished 4th and PHG 2nd team finished 9th out of 10 schools.

Waterpolo
v. Hellenic U14 lost 1-6
U15 lost 15-1
U16 drew 3-3
1st Team lost 0-16

v. Chisipite U14 lost 0-11
U14 lost 4-5
U16 lost 1-14
U15 lost 1-11
U15 lost 1-7
1st Team v. 2nd Team lost 1-6
1st Team v. U17A lost 1-9

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