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Mmotong Lions and Ledwaba Giant Elephants softball clubs are adamant they won't be relegated when they return to the Limpopo Softball Association's LimDev Super League this season.
The two clubs that are gradually becoming the league's "Yoyo boys" will be back in action on Sunday at the University of Limpopo after they were relegated during the 2006/2007 season.
Lions coach Jankies Seakamela coach insisted that they are prepared for the new season.
"We were able to address our problems, especially the issue of experienced players that we normally lose at the end of seasons as they relocate due to their studies," Seakamela said.
"We have returned to the league for good. We cannot allow ourselves to be named 'Yoyo boys'. We will take it from where we left off last season during the regional league matches when we won all the matches." he said.
Giant Elephants coach Piet Ledwaba said the would do everything possible to stay in the Super League.
"This time around we won't allow any club to dictate terms for us. We mean business as it is humiliating to be relegated to the regional league.