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Angela Delaney, Lisa Gawthorne, Tracy Peters first three women in Southport 5k

A good day out at the seaside

A clutch of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes made their way to Southport for the Sandgrounder 10K and 5K. James Loftus demonstrated talent at 10k road running by coming home second in 34.56. Not far adrift was new member Korey Hallett-Blanch in third with 35.10. Mark Wynne`s progress continued as he recorded 35.52 in fifth spot. […]

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Virgin Money London Marathon 2015

The club has been allocated two places for next year’s London Marathon. Could you please let Wally Bridson know by 1st December if you are interested in one of these places. If there are more than 2 applicants then the club will hold a ballot. To be considered you must be a fully paid up […]

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Dan Jones, Daniel Slater and Matt Richardson 10th team at the English Cross Country Relays at Mansfield and second Northern club

Daniel and Rosie among the best!

The English Cross Country Relay Championships at Mansfield are always an exciting introduction to the season, attracting the nation`s very best. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton duo of Daniel Slater and Rosie Johnson excelled in their respective age groups. Daniel led for LPS in the Under 15 race and handed over third(6.15.50) in a nail-biting finish […]

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Bertie Knowles is presented with his award by LPS President Charles Gains

Bertie Knowles recognised for his long service

Bertie Knowles was presented with a well earned award from Club President Charles Gains at Beacon Park on 25th October 2014 in recognition of his long service not only to our club but to athletics in general. The award was presented to Bertie just prior to the start of the first L&D of the season. Bertie […]

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Clark Roberts (usual but effective arm action) first home for LPS at Beacon Park

Clark leads LPS home

The cross country season opened up as usual with league matches, the senior men in the Liverpool and District at Beacon Country Park and the rest of the club at Hyndburn for the Mid-Lancs fixture. The Beacon presented a tough introduction to the months ahead. Clark Roberts, up from Coventry, unexpectedly took up the Liverpool […]

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Junior Newsletter

Wally Bridson has produced another newsletter for you all to enjoy.  It cover a wide range of topics and news items. LPS Junior Newsletter4 -Sept 2014

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Baby Girl for at Kirsty

Congratulations to Kirsty Longley who had her second child a baby girl named Elizabeth Anna born at Ormskirk Hospital last week. On behalf of all at LPS we send our best wishes to Kirsty & her partner James on this happy event.

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Amazing run from Sam Wade

The Ormskirk Gingerbread 10k attracted a large number of local athletes. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s Sam Wade was immediately prominent among the leading men from the start. The flat course and fine weather contributed to fast times. Sam was never troubled by any of the other females, even chatting to some of the men en route […]

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LPS Under 15 Boys Matt Richards, Dan Slater, Dan Jones 4th place in National Road relays

LPS Under 15 Boys Top Northern Team

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton under 15 boys team finished an excellent  4th in the national road relay championships held at Sutton Park in Birmingham. They were led off by Dan Slater who ran the 5th fastest time of the day (12.33)to finish in 3rd place. Debutant, Dan Jones maintained the  momentum with a fine run […]

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Lisa Gawthorne & Mark Wynne 2014

Lisa and Mark at the seaside

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s Lisa Gawthorne and Mark Wynne had a good day out at the Natterjack Seaside 10k in sunny Southport. Lisa continued her fine form recording 40.29 to collect the second female prize. Mark has been a revelation this last year transforming himself into a highly respected distance runner. His 35.52 timing carried him […]

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