A new street name in honour of the deceased Davin sisters Suzelle and Janine was inaugurated close to the entrance of the Namibia Tennis Stadium in Olympia, Windhoek on Saturday.
In an emotional ceremony the president of the NTA Bob Mould led the tributes for the sisters who were two of Namibiaâ??s top young sportswomen. Suzelle was ranked third in Africa as an Under 18 junior tennis player, while Janine represented Namibia at both tennis and hockey.
Team Namibia came seventh out of 23 teams at the Giro del Capo which ended with the sixth stage, the Pick â??n Pay Cape Argus Cycle Tour on Sunday.
It was Namibiaâ??s best performance yet at the Giro del Capo and saw them beating several professional teams as well as all the national teams in the competition. The other national teams that competed included Belgium, Egypt, Algeria and Zimbabwe.
Civics have opened up a gap of three points at the top of the MTC Namibia Premier league after picking up maximum points over the weekend.
On March 9 they beat Black Africa 2-0 and two days later beat Orlando Pirates by the same score to move up to 27 points after 13 matches.
Civics strengthened their lead at the top of the log after beating Orlando Pirates 2-0 at the SKW Stadium on Sunday.
The teams weighed up quite evenly, but in the end a brilliant individual goal by Rudi Louw and a fine strikerâ??s finish by William Chilufya separated the teams in the end.
Ramblers picked up their second victory of the weekend when they beat Oshakati City 1-0 at the Ramblers Stadium on Sunday.
A fine solo goal by defender Luther Kanalelo midway through the first half was all that separated the teams at the end.