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Joe Milton takes the English Schools 300m title

Joe Milton takes national title

In the 2013 season Liverpool Pembroke Sefton sprinter, Joe Milton, was literally unbeaten scooping up every possible title at 300m. Unfortunately 2014 turned out to be something of a disappointment exacerbated by a succession of injuries but Joe relentlessly persisted. The dawn of a 2015 sees a re-vitalised Milton emerge. At the England Athletics Indoor […]

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Daniel Jones in action at Parliament Hill Fields

Daniel on his way up

Parliament Hill Fields, with a panoramic view of London much favoured by film producers, was the backdrop for the National Cross Country Championships. The best result for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton came in the shape of Ormskirk School pupil, Daniel Jones. Daniel was discovered running the Saturday morning Park Run at Edge Hill University. His transfer […]

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Harry Doran runs 1.52 in the British Championships

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton 400m star, Harry Doran, turned his attention to 800m in the British Indoor Championships at Sheffield. He has already shown promise at this distance and although unable to escape his heat came away with an eye-catching time of 1.52.61. He may yet discover this is his most successful distance. Danny Higham also […]

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Kirsty`s back while men win silver at L&D Champs

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s Kirsty Longley is an astonishing road running phenomenon. Just 14 weeks after giving birth to her second child she took part in the massively popular Mad Dog 10K Road Race at Southport. She had won this race last year in just over 40 minutes but this time she not only repeated the […]

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Amelia McLaughlin in action at Scottish Champs

Amelia joins the 1:80 club

Amelia McLaughlin, the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton High Jump star, has had  a month she will never forget. After taking the Northern title with a personal best leap of 1.77m she proceded to the Czech Republic at the invitation of England Athletics with a group of other selected athletes. In somewhat bizarre circumstances she nevertheless cleared […]

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Another great win for Dan

LPS athlete, Dan Slater, is having a wonderful cross country season. The Sacred Heart, Crosby pupil had already established himself as on of the country’s best Under 15 runners by winning the English Schools Cup title and coasting to the Merseyside crown. But the Northern Championship at Pontefract could still have provided a stiff challenge. […]

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Amelia McLaughlin

Amelia soars to new heights

The Northern Indoor Championships at Sheffield herald the start of the 2015 serious stuff for aspiring track and field athletes. After a long quiet period Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s High Jump star, Amelia McLaughlin,  is back with a bang. Now consistently over 1.80m in training she not unexpectedly took the title with 1.77m, well clear of any […]

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Rosie well clear of the field at Burnley

The conditions for the Mid-Lancs Cross Country League match at Townley Park, Burnley were bitterly cold and windy. This did not deter the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes who made the trip and some good results ensued. After a comfortable win in the Merseyside Championships Rosie Johnson was clearly using the Under 17 race as preparation […]

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Dan Slater

Rosie and Dan take county titles

The first challenge of the year for cross country runners is the county championships. This always sees Liverpool Pembroke Sefton split down the middle as runners head in different directions. The Merseyside contingent was at Sherdley Park, St Helens. This occasion was marked by two convincing victories. At Under 17 Rosie Johnson, top of the […]

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Alan Cadwallader

For those who had the good fortune to be involved with Sefton Harriers in the mid 1970s and throughout 1980s will be saddened to hear of the death of Alan Cadwallader on 21st December aged 78. Alan joined Sefton Harriers in the summer of 1976 at age of 39 which was unusual in those days […]

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