CBC Waterpolo team, the Sharks gave a world class performance at the Zwart trophy tournament held at St John’s College in Harare this weekend.
The following CBC boys were selected to represent Zimbabwe at the CANA Zone 4 Championships to be held from the 16th to the 18th of February 2017 right here in Bulawayo.
CBC 1st team put up a solid performance against Roosters, a Bulawayo club side. The boys won the second match after having initially lost the 1st one.
CBC’s 1st team Waterpolo kick started their 2017 season campaign with a bang winning 5-3 against Falcon in a tough match at the Falcon pool. The team, led by captain Dylan Ferguson and head boy Jordan Edwards played with a lot of strength and zeal to win against their perennial rivals Falcon.
The National Swimming Gala was held in Harare from 4 to 8 January 2017. CBC boys joined boys from other schools and clubs to make a strong team for Matabeleland. Swimmers from the college who were chosen to represent Matabeleland were:
Today, the new form one class of 2017 made their first High School appearance at CBC. The school is glad to welcome these young boys.
CBC’s Brendon Cyprianos, who is both the Zimbabwe and CBC Swimming captain, on the 20th of December, received a hero’s welcome at Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport as he arrived from the AUSC Region 5 Youth Games recently held in Angola.
CBC’s Robert Zeelie, who was injured in a car accident about two years ago, seems to have discovered one of his multiple talents, which is motivational speaking.
Zeelie was invited to be the guest of honour at the kit presentation ceremony attended by parents and supporters of the Zim U15 waterpolo team. CBC’s U15 captain- Denilson Cyprianos and Jamie Mitchell are part of the Zim team.
The team coached by Mr. Matthew Accorsi, will travel to Durban for a waterpolo tournament during the holidays.
The CBC Media Club held an exquisite dinner on the 25th of November to celebrate the official opening of the new Media Centre. It was also an opportunity to look back at the events of the year and acknowledge the young men of CBC together with their patrons who have contributed tirelessly to the success of the club. It was a joyful yet sad day for the club as the members bade farewell to one of their patrons, Mrs Kee Tui and to some senior boys who are leaving CBC to proceed to tertiary education.
CBC held a Leavers’ dinner on Friday evening. The event was attended by the leavers (Upper 6th ), their parents and staff members.
CBC Old boy Arthur Evans(2002 Headboy), who is a well accomplished and sought after Motivational speaker, Master of Ceremonies, entrepreneur, TV and Radio host, was guest of honour. Arthur was accompanied by his wife, Lorna Evans.
The CBC family was happy to welcome Brothers Richard Walsh and Peter Dowling who visited the school. The two Brothers are part of the Congregational Leadership team based in Rome and are touring Africa and will be proceeding to Zambia next week.
CBC U16 water polo team took part in a new U16 tournament at ST Johns High School. The U16s age group has never had a tournament and selection for their own age group before.
Eight junior teams from some of the most renowned schools in the country battled it out this Saturday in the U14 invitational tournament hosted by CBC. It was a well contested event and the boys left it all on the courts.
On Saturday the 29th of October Girls College successfully hosted the national water polo tournament for U14 and U15 girls at the CBC pool.
A large crowd of supporters flocked to CBC to be entertained by some of the top ranking and power houses in this discipline. The schools did display a formidable performance, which saw Chisipite College in the first position and securing the coveted trophy. Despite an excellent display of talent, the hosts, Girls College, unfortunately fell short and came third.