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Clare Constable

NA Road Relay Championships

This season’s  Northern Athletic relays were held in sun drenched Stanley Park, Blackpool on Saturday. The men were required to run 12 stages with four being long (9.2K) and eight short stages(5K). Mark Wynne led Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton  off on stage one, finishing 37th (32.57) before Harry Doran (17.45) pulled back a few stages […]

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Congratulations to Caroline Watkins

Congratulations to former Sefton Harrier Professor Caroline Watkins who was made a Dame in the New Years Honors List. Caroline was given the award a DBE (Dame of British Empire) for services to nursing and care – having spent 40 years caring and researching. Caroline is the only stroke care professor in the UK and […]

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Lisa makes it a double

Lisa Gawthorne has now become the second Liverpool Pembroke athlete to be selected to represent Great Britain at this year’s World Duathlon Championships in Canada in August. Lisa has only just returned from injury but she was determined to succeed when she travelled to Bedford aerodrome last weekend. Not only did she manage to finish […]

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National Masters Cross Country Championships

This year, the National Masters’s Cross Country Championships were held at a wet and windy Wavertree on Saturday, with 3 LPS runners taking part. Kevin Usher, fresh from his triumph in the Northern Championships at Doncaster earlier in the month was always in contention. However he had to settle for 4th place (27.03) in the […]

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Pembroke History Part 2 (1940-1960)

After several more years of research Charles Gains has completed the second part of the history of Liverpool Pembroke AC, from 1940 to 1960.  The link below will bring up an illustrated pdf document. Take a little time to read the story; it goes a long way to explaining the character our club has now. […]

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Helen-Sahgal

Helen selected for World Duathlon Championships

Helen Sahgal has been selected to represent Great Britain in this year’s World Duathlon Championships to be held in Penticon, British Columbia in August. Her selection has come after a qualifying round held last weekend in Bedford in what were horrendous conditions. With snow and sleet throughout the competition, conditions were so bad that 21 […]

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Tom Cororcan

Mid-Lancs finale sees LPS success

The Mid-Lanc’s cross country season reached its climax at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday and it proved a successful day for Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton. The U15B were hoping to consolidate their 3rd place position in the league, but they went one better and their second place finish on the day clinched them the silver […]

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Norman Wilson 1931-2017

Funeral Details Friday 10th March 1pm Springwood Crematorium, Springwood Avenue, Liverpool,L25 7UN. Followed by refreshments at the Crown Plaza Liverpool Aerodrome, Speke L24 8QD Please note parking is free if you give your registration number to reception on arrival. Norman Wilson, who was one of the most influential figures in Sefton Harriers’ history during the […]

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Kai Finch

Joe & Kai just miss out on medals

Three Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes made the journey to Sheffield to compete at the England Athletics National Indoor Championships and were unfortunate not come away with at least one medal. Joe Milton was back to his best.His U20 400 metres event required heats and a semi-final but he was up to the challenge.Running 49.68 […]

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Helen Sahgal on her way to victory

Helen Sahgal wins Oulton Park 10K

Helen Sahgal overcame the elements to win the Oulton Park 10 on Sunday. The windy conditions and hilly course did not make for a fast time but her time of 39.08 was 5th overall and over 3 min. ahead of the second lady in the race. Hopefully, Helen can now look forward with confidence to […]

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