Combined Campuses and Colleges will be seeking a Super50 title repeat with a new-look side. (FILE)
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Title-holders Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners will be missing the bulk of their championship-winning squad but have no intention of simply rolling over when they launch the defence of their Regional Super50 crown this week.
“Fans can expect a team that will play positively and fearlessly, as it looks to defend its title,” said new head coach Pedro Collins.
“We are the defending champions and we expect everyone to come very hard at us. We have got to be ready for the fight. We have been preparing well.
“There are a lot of changes to the squad from last year – we are missing around nine players from the last set-up – but this means another group of players get an opportunity to showcase their talent, so we are looking forward to a good, exciting tournament.” (CMC)
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