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Danny Higham

Kai makes England debut

Saturday was the highlight of Kai Finch’s season when he made his England debut at the Ashford track in Kent, competing against the best that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland had to offer. He will be disappointed with his clearance of 1.87m which was well below his season’s best and put him in 6th place overall. However,he […]

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Michael Rimmer

Rio calls for Michael

Michael Rimmer has been selected to compete in the 800 metres for GB in next month’s Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. In doing so he has become the first athlete in the history of the club to be selected for three Olympic Games which is a tremendous achievement. He had faced an anxious wait following […]

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Tour of Merseyside

Four LPS athletes took on the challenge of the gruelling series of 6 races that make up the Tour of Merseyside. From a 5 mile Raging Bull race, a 6 mile cross country race in Knowsley, a 5.9 mile race in Thurstaton, a Sustrans 10 miler, a 12 mile trek on the Wirral coast to the […]

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Kai Leaps to Success

Fifteen year old, Kai Finch, a pupil at Meols Cop school in Southport,  is the proud owner of a high jump silver medal which he achieved at this year’s English Schools Championships held in Gateshead. Although, on this occasion he didn’t break through the 2 metre barrier, his leap of 1.95m was sufficient to secure […]

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Quality shows at Salt Ayre

The Salt Ayre track in Lancaster was the venue for match 4 in the Mid-Lancs track & field league on Saturday. Although LPS numbers were down compared to previous matches, the quality on show was undeniable with no fewer than 18 individual winners. High Jumpers again dominated with Billy Williams(SM), Debbie Dasse(SW), Kai Finch (U17M) & […]

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Joe Milton (400m)& Luke Edwards taking the baton for the final leg of 400m relay

The sun shines on LPS

It was a glorious summer’s day when LPS competed in their third Northern League fixture at Longford Park in Stretford on Sunday. There was a welcome return to competition for both Charlotte Christian who wonthe ‘B’ Hammer (24.53m) & Discus (19.69m)and Ruth Doran who won the Shot(10.10m). They were well supported in the throws department by […]

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Lauren Lewis

Eight athletes selected for English Schools Championships

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton have had eight athletes selected for their respective counties for this year’s English Schools Track & Field Championships to be held at Gateshead on the 8th & 9th July. Representing Merseyside are Kai Finch, Owen Southern, Sadie McNulty (all high jump)& Rosie Johnson (800m). Three athletes will be competing for Lancashire, […]

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Michael Rimmer

Disappointment for Rimmer

Michael Rimmer was looking to claim his 8th British title in Birmingham at the weekend. There was also the added incentive of two automatic places up for grabs for the Rio Olympics. Michael had warmed up in Poland at the start of the week with a season’s best performance of 1:46.13 which had put him […]

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Kirsty Longley

The phenomenon that is Kirsty

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton has a truly outstanding endurance athlete in the shape of Kirsty Longley. After winning the Birkenhead Park 5 mile road race in 29.47 she was clearly in good form for the next challenge which was the Tour of Tameside Festival of Races. This series, founded by the legendary marathon runner Ron Hill […]

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Lauren Lewis

LPS championship medals

A busy track & field weekend saw LPS athletes spread over 3 county schools championships and the northern championships at Sports City. At Sports City, 3 senior men qualified for the final of the 400m, with Danny Higham (48.78)taking silver & Harry Doran (48.94). At U20 level, Jenny Pyatt took silver in the Discus (39.37m), […]

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