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Mahwereleng Spikes remain bookies' bet to defend their Limpopo Softball Association (LSA) LimDev Super League title this season despite losing their brilliant coach, Tommy Kgomo.
LSA took a decision at their recent council meeting to relieve Kgomo of his duties as Spikes' coach to concentrate on his task as the provincial head of coaches.
"Tommy should have ample time to deal with the coaches," Benny Boshomane, LSA's director of tournaments, said yesterday. "We should consider that he is also the head coach of the national squad and this makes him a selector. He will need enough time to concentrate on his national assignments.
"As a national coach he should not be seen to be biased to a particular province and hence he was also relieved of his duties as our provincial head coach."
The Snakes are now coached by former Seshego Cannons mentor Koloi Kekana, who is assisted by Nakedi Raphalo, the side's catcher.
The champions should extend their unbeaten league run to three matches at the expense of Kalkspruit Red Scorpions at the University of Limpopo on Sunday.
Fixtures: University v Hlakano Dodgers (10am); Moletlane Texas v Mamaolo Rebels (10am); Sebayeng Sharks v Rebels (12.30pm); Spikes v Scorpions (12.30pm); Mashite Eagles v University (3pm); Texas v Cannons (3pm).
l Spencer Lekgau, a former Mad Dogs Softball Club player, died last weekend after a long illness. He will be buried at the Seleteng Cemetery in GaMphahlele tomorrow.