NEWLY promoted North -Western Province outfit Lumwana Radiants coach Allan Kamwanga says his target is to ensure that the team remains in Super Division next season.
Kamwanga said he was aware of the tough competition that awaits the team next season.
He said the team may face difficulties in the first games but was confident that they will acclimatise and solidify their place in Super League.
“It’s a tough challenge, but the team will rise above all odds to remain in Super Division. We don’t want to have a feel of the Super League but to be a part of it,” he said.
He said the technical bench will work on sharpening the frontline before the next season kicks off.
He said the boys had to work extra hard and put in their best to give the Northern region a good representation.
Kamwanga praised the players for fighting to the end to make sure they finished as North Division champions and won promotion.
“The season was tricky because every team was determined to win promotion to Super League. But I am glad that the lads did not lose focus and fought to the end,” he said.
Lumwana Radiants will be the first team from North-Western Province to play in the Super Division next season.
They beat Zesco Solwezi 1-0 on Saturday to book a place in the elite league, finishing on 64 points, a point behind Mufulira Blackpool.