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Owen Southern set a new Under 13 club high jump record with 1.55 at Wavetree, he was presented with his medal by Jim Green

The Great Escape…again!

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton went to the final match of Division 2 of the Northern League at Bebington with a reasonable chance of retaining membership of this highly competitive division but nothing was certain. Although not at full strength the team was not short of enthusiasm and determination. It was a situation that inevitably brings out […]

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Disappointing turn out at the Nationals

The course and conditions were good for the National Cross Country Championships at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.  Unfortunately there was a poor turn out from Liverpool Pembroke Sefton runners. The best result came from Under 17 Rosie Johnson who was a good 23rd but there will be tinge of disappointment in this as Rosie had run confidently in claiming […]

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Rosie rises to the occasion

The Northern Cross Country Championships held  at Knowsley Safari Park greeted visitors with sunshine but as the day wore on rain wind, hail and ankle deep mud provided competitors with the most challenging of conditions. Luckily for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star Rosie Johnson she was on first in the Under 17 race. She was already well aware of […]

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Katie Richardson in action at Sefton Park

Cross country carnival

The Cross Challenge series of high profile races came to Liverpool`s Sefton Park and provided local athletes an opportunity to test themselves against some of the best in the country. In ideal conditions Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star Toby Loveridge quickly established himself among the leading pack in the Senior race which incorporated the European trials. […]

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Solid results at Mansfield

The best in the country meet annually at Mansfield to test themselves in the English Cross Country Relays. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton sent four teams. There were two Under 20 Junior squads and James Loftus led for the A team. His time of 9.46 carried him to 51st  followed by Warren Turner on 9.51 who powered […]

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Grand National winner!

The new Grand 10K at Aintree starts and finishes at the Main Grandstand and is run entirely on the inner tarmac road of the race course. An attractive proposition for the dedicated road runner and Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star Kirsty Longley received a special invitation. She did not let the organisers down as she sped […]

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Bronze medals in the Lancs Road Relays

Atrocious weather greeted runners at the traditional start of the winter season, the North West Relays at Lancaster that incorporate both the Merseyside and Lancashire Championships. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton straddle boundaries so have interests either way. First up for Lancashire was the club’s Under 15 Girls led by Charlotte Mawdsley who gave her usual fighting […]

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Results everywhere!

The British Universities Cross Country Championships were at Leeds. There is an oddity in the rules that allows in depth universities to nominate teams for both an A and B race. As a student at the successful St Mary’s University Toby Loveridge has now twice found himself relegated to a B race when he could […]

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The LPS Silver medal winning Junior Men

Nail biting result for LPS Junior Men

While the South postponed their cross country championships because of inclement weather the Northern version went ahead at Knowsley Safari Park. It was a triumph of organisation for the Merseyside hosts, delivered in style. The venue, accessibility and organisation drew plaudits all round and only a handful of clubs failed to get there. From a […]

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Junior Champions

Double joy for LPS

Liverpool Pemboke Sefton pulled off an unusual sporting double taking the same cross country title in two different locations. The club’s Merseyside Under 20s were at Arrowe Park and were led by a rampant Jai Vernon-McGuigan who stormed to victory. Ben Costello, as sound as ever, took the silver and with excellent performances from Warren […]

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