Janine & Suzelle
Davin Sport Trust

is a registered Namibian charity organization
with its main focus on providing financial assistance
to top junior Namibian sports men and women.
Live your dream!

Janine & Suzelle
Davin Sport Trust

“Suzelle and Janine’s legacy will and must continue
to inspire young Namibian athletes to follow their dreams
of achieving excellence in sport.”
Message of condolences - John Mutorwa - Minister (14 Dec 2006)

Janine & Suzelle
Davin Sport Trust

“Janine and Suzelle brought energy, charisma, passion and talent
to Namibiam Hockey and Tennis and will be deeply missed by their fellow athletes,
coaches and the Namibian Sporting community at large.”
Ministry of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture

Janine & Suzelle Davin

Janine Davin - Davin Sort Trust

Janine Davin

Janine Davin(19) played junior hockey for five years on the national level and was also the captain of the senior team for both 2004 and 2005. She represented the under-21 side in 2004 and the Namibian senior team in 2004, 2005 and 2006.

She scored a goal in extra-time to secure Namibia a bronze medal at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2005.



She also played tennis on the junior level for years, while she was also part of the Federation Cup team which competed in Malta in 2004. She was also a nominee for the Junior Sportswoman of the Year in 2004 and won back-to-back senior sport girl of the year at the Windhoek High School (WHS) in 2004 and 2005.



Janine studied Psychology at the University of Stellenbosch and played hockey for Maties Hockey Club

 

 

 

 

 

Janine & Suzelle Davin
 
Janine & Suzelle Davin
 
Janine & Suzelle Davin
 

Suzelle DavinSuzelle Davin - Davin Sprot Trust

Suzelle was the youngest of the two sisters and aged 18, she was the first Namibian ever to compete in the main draw of the Junior Wimbledon Tennis event in July 2006.



She reached the second round and was ranked second in Africa on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) ranking in 2006 and she was the number one tennis player in Namibia since 2005.



She also represented Namibia at the Federation Cup in Turkey in 2005 and 2006.

She was voted as the Junior Sportswoman of the Year in last year and also got the same award by the Namibia Tennis Federation.



She also played hockey and represented Namibia at the Senior Presidents Cup in South Africa, but before she passed away, she was awarded a bursary of four years from the University of Iowa in the US and was due to start with her studies and set forth her tennis career in January 2007.



Suzelle has been to 23 countries through her career at the age of only 18.

 

 

Janine & Suzelle Davin
 
Janine & Suzelle Davin
 
Janine & Suzelle Davin
 

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