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Northern U/15 & U/17 Track & Field Championships- Middlesboro

Lauren so close to Gold! The Girls U/15 Long Jump Final had no fewer than 3 LPS girls competing for medals. Sadie McNulty (11th-4m.64) and Erin Birchall (8th- 4m.79) competing well again . Lauren Lewis just missed out on the Gold with her PB of 5 metres 20 ,falling just 1cm short of the winner, […]

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NA Inter Counties U/15 & U/17 T&F Champ, Costello Park August 7th

LPS had no fewer than eight athletes at this year’s championships, representing Merseyside and Lancashire. In the U/15 age group there were good 3rd place performances from Alice Prescot who jumped 4.83 in the A string Long Jump and Sadie McNulty 4.49, who was competing with older athletes. Joe Houghton just missed out on a […]

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Mark Roberts

The Girls Lead the Way

There was a double success for Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton at the Mid-Lanc’s meeting held at Ormskirk on Saturday, with both male & female teams finishing in first place. It was however, the girls who lead the way with a points total of 225, the highest in the league this season. The high jumpers secured first […]

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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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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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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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Kai Finch

Superb High Jumping at Hyndburn

The conditions were good for the third Track and Field League Match at Hyndburn. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton duo of Kai Finch and Owen Southern excelled themselves once more posting new heights that take them into the top reaches of their event nationally . At Under 17 Kai went over 2.00m and Owen was equally […]

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Harry Doran

County glory

County Track and Field Championships are the first serious step for aspiring athletes and medals won frequently herald the start of a successful career. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton collected a hatful of indicators over an inspiring weekend. At Bebington for the Merseyside event the club`s High Jumpers once again delivered in abundance. Under 17 Kai Finch […]

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Owen Southern

Owen Southern reaches for the top

The weather was unexpectedly kind at Blackburn’s Witton Park for the Mid-Lancs Track and Field League match. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had a decent turn out although there were numerous unfilled gaps. Probably the best performance came from Under 15 Owen Southern who rose to a magnificent 1.74m in the High Jump, a height that qualifies […]

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