"In my first year I had to skivvy for Peter Chinoka, a black prefect in the Upper sixth - the first black prefect."

Peter Chingoka was the first black Rhodesian to make his name in cricket, thanks to a privileged upbringing as one of the few non-whites to attend Rhodesian private schools Hartmann House and St George's College.

His greatest cricketing achievement was his appointment as captain of the South African African XI in the Gillette Cup knockout competition of 1975-76 and 1976-77. He has since pursued a career in cricket administration.