Amelia McLaughlin EA Senior High Jump Champion 2015

Amelia is the EA Senior High Jump Champion.

After the disappointment of finishing second at the English schools championships last month, Amelia Jennings-McLaughlin has won the England Athletics Senior High Jump Championships at Bedford with a leap of 1.77m. All the hard work with coach, Sue Moncrief, has paid off and Amelia has become the club’s first senior EA champion for many years. […]

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Kia Finch

Ticket to Beijing

Michael Rimmer produced a season best performance on Saturday finishing 5th in a world class field at the Olympic stadium in London. Always in contention, Michael found himself boxed in, but a gutsy performance over the last 50 metres saw him power through on the inside to record a time of 1:45.67 and secure the […]

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Trafford Grand Prix

Trafford Grand Prix – 21 JULY There was a strong contingent of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes at the Trafford Grand Prix on 21 July. The meeting opened with a series of 3000m races.  In race 1 James Loftus,running in his first 3000m of the year, finished 21st in 9.08.34. In race 2 Kyle Nicholls finished […]

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Lisa Gawthorne Kisrty Longley

Dynamic duo score again

Between them Liverpool Pembroke Sefton stars, Kirsty Longley and Lisa Gawthorne, have chalked up numerous wins. They were at it again in the Women`s Running Magazine series of countrywide races. This time it was a multi-surface course at Liverpool`s Sefton Park. Kirsty was, as usual, untroubled in winning the 10K race in 38.25. This time […]

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Clare Constable

Amazing comeback from Michael Rimmer

After a modest performance in the British Championships the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton 800m star, Michael Rimmer’s chances of selection for the World Championships in Beijing were all but written off. He needed to prove himself fast enough for the selectors. He did this in no uncertain style in Madrid. In a race packed with talented […]

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Rosie second in Lausanne

Rosie Johnson was invited to run in the highly prestigious Diamond League meeting in Lausanne. She was in the Under 20 1500m alongside team mate Bobby Clay. Clay simply ran a way from the field for what was described as a `clinical victory’. Her time was 4.16.88. Rosie meanwhile was in a tough battle with […]

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More disappointment for Michael Rimmer

Four Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes qualified for the British Championships at Birmingham. The club`s main hope lay with 800m multi-winner Michael Rimmer even though he was still not 100% well after back surgery. Two weeks previous he had run an encouraging 1.47.62 in Poland and things were looking on the up as he cruised through […]

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Gordon Evans

Gordon Evans

Gordon Evans started his athletic career as a sprinter. The records are a bit thin and we can only presume he was a modest performer. However, he dearly loved the Pembroke club and for decades he would turn up to support. Gradually he drifted into officiating and with his great friend Duncan Brown became an […]

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Lisa Gawthorne second female in the New York, New Hyde Park 5K

Four Star Ladies

There was a time when Liverpool Pembroke Sefton AC was overwhelmingly a mens club but those are now distant days. The females have come into their own and currently garner just as much success as their male counterparts. Lisa Gawthorne epitomises the modern professional. She combines a highly successful business career with training and racing […]

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Cobden get together

There is a get together for any old members of Sefton, Pembroke and any other of the local clubs planned for the 24th September at 8pm in the Cobden Vaults in Quarry Street, Woolton.  The Cobden has a fine selection of  hand pulled beers and I would be grateful if members could spread the word […]

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