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High Jumpers take the plaudits at Bebington Oval

Heavy overnight rain had left plenty of surface water at Bebington Oval, the venue for this year’s Mersesyside schools championships. Entries were disappointing, no doubt put off by the weather forecast of rain all day. From an LPS perspective it was Dave McComb’s high jump group who took the plaudits, winning all the age groups […]

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Lauren Lewis

LPS consolidate to spot

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton travelled to Burnley to contest their second fixture in the northern league and came away with a resounding victory, to consolidate their top position in the league. Their points tally of 438 was 64 more than East Cheshire AC & contained 25 first place victories. LPS dominated the sprints & throws. […]

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LPS young athletes at Witton Park

Mid-Lancs success at Witton Park

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton again enjoyed a successful day of athletics at Witton Park, Blackburn in the second track & field meeting of Mid-Lancashire clubs. There was a record turnout of club athletes with 63 taking part. The club finished 3rd in both male & female competitions behind host club, Blackburn & Preston Harriers. A […]

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Martha Simms

County Championships Success

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes were again split between two venues as they contested the medals at Blackpool & Bebington in the Lancashire & Merseyside Track & Field Championships. Pride of place at Blackpool went to U17 Lauren Lewis who completed a double winning the 100m in 12.7sec and achieved a PB in winning the […]

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Winning start to 2017 league season.

Liverpool Pembroke & Seftons foray into division three saw us open with a lengthy away day to Whitehaven. Despite several gaps on the team sheet there was no need to worry as the team recorded it’s first opening day win for several years. It was a joy to see so many youngsters coming through the […]

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LPS young athletes at Blackpool

LPS enjoy their day at the seaside.

43 athletes made the journey to Blackpool for the first of this season’s Mid-Lancs meetings. The boys (156.6) finished 2nd behind Preston (196), while the girls (156) finished in 3rd place behind Preston (199) and Blackburn (166.5) The high jumpers are already setting high standards at this early stage of the season winning 7 of […]

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Mark Wynne & Kirsty Longley at Hale

5 miler joy for Kirsty & Mark

The ‘Hale 5 Miler’ took place on Sunday and there was double joy for two Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton runners who produced excellent performances on the day. Kirsty Longley(29.38) was the first female runner home, while Mark Wynne finished in 8th place overall but first over 40 in a new personal best time of 27.16. […]

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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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