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Unusual double for Harry Doran

The penultimate match in the Mid Lancs Track and Field League was held at Preston. This is not a high pressure league but Liverpool Pembroke Sefton like to do well in it. Among the seniors Harry Doran came up with a surprise double win, the 400m in 50.0 and the 800m in 1.59.9. Harry rarely […]

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Michael Rimmer after winning his 6th AAA 800m title

Michael Rimmer Jubilant

The Sainsbury British Athletic Championships and European Trials were again held at Birmingham. Michael Rimmer, who has described this season as `the toughest of my life’ lined up for the unprecedented prospect of taking the national title for the seventh time. After a controlled heat in  1.49.65 he went into the Final against tough opposition […]

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Rosie supreme in Dublin

Rosie Johnson celebrated her first track and field international selection in style. Running in Dublin in the Home Countries Schools International she ran an almost identical 1500m race that had given her the national title two weeks previously. Her great rival, Harriet Knowles-Jones, again forced the pace hoping to run the steam out of the Liverpool […]

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Graeme Ballard with coach Tabo Huntley at Wests Lancs Sports Awards 2013

Rosie shines and Graeme rules

Traditionally the London Marathon is preceded by mini-marathons for younger age groups. Rosie Johnson`s winter record, culminating in an English international schools appearance led to an invitation to compete in the 3 mile event. There is terrific competition in her Under 15 category but again she delivered with an outstanding third place. This will almost […]

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Georgie Hannaway (Gold U17W 800m), Alicia Burke (Bronze U17W 800m) & Matty Richardson (Silver U13 1500m)

County Glory

As usual Liverpool Pembroke Sefton members split for the county track and field athletic championships, the Lancashire contingent heading for Blackpool and the Merseysiders to Wavertree. There were three champions at the seaside venue with Wayne Ashall retaining his 400m crown with 49.7 and Under 17 Mark Hynd taking the Discus with 29.87m, a new […]

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