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Jenny silver and Ed bronze at the Northerns

The Northern Under 17 Championships were held at the splendid new sports stadium at Middlesborough. There were two excellent results for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes. The improving Jenny Pyatt was not quite at her best in the Under 17 Discus but her 38.86m was still good enough for silver. The `glass ceiling’ of 40m still […]

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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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The Magnificent Seven

The club is pleased to announce that seven athletes will be competing in this year’s English Schools Track & Field Championships in Gatesheadon Thursday & Friday July 10/11th. This is the highlight of the season for any young athlete who have to meet the qualifying standard for their event before they are even considered for […]

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‘Sub 50 Club’

The Northern Track & Field championships took place over the weekend at Sports City in Manchester. Rarely can one club have dominated an event as much as LPS did in the senior 400m event with four athletes reaching the final and all running under 50 sec. Harry Doran was 2nd (47.82), Danny Higham 3rd (48.96),Luke […]

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Kia Finch (109) and Owen Southern (167)

A good day at the Oval

The Merseyside Track and Field Championships were held at Bebington Oval, the weather and conditions perfect for top class performances from Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes. Once again 17 year old Rosie Johnson was in superb form. Her 800m was virtually a time trial as she went for a personal best. Sustaining a high tempo throughout […]

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Joe Milton takes the English Schools 300m title

Joe Milton takes national title

In the 2013 season Liverpool Pembroke Sefton sprinter, Joe Milton, was literally unbeaten scooping up every possible title at 300m. Unfortunately 2014 turned out to be something of a disappointment exacerbated by a succession of injuries but Joe relentlessly persisted. The dawn of a 2015 sees a re-vitalised Milton emerge. At the England Athletics Indoor […]

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Amelia McLaughlin in action at Scottish Champs

Amelia joins the 1:80 club

Amelia McLaughlin, the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton High Jump star, has had  a month she will never forget. After taking the Northern title with a personal best leap of 1.77m she proceded to the Czech Republic at the invitation of England Athletics with a group of other selected athletes. In somewhat bizarre circumstances she nevertheless cleared […]

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Amelia McLaughlin

Amelia soars to new heights

The Northern Indoor Championships at Sheffield herald the start of the 2015 serious stuff for aspiring track and field athletes. After a long quiet period Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s High Jump star, Amelia McLaughlin,  is back with a bang. Now consistently over 1.80m in training she not unexpectedly took the title with 1.77m, well clear of any […]

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Northern Athletics Champion Dan Slater

Dan`s the man!

While the athletic fraternity`s attention was focused on the European Championships it was business as usual for the next generation, especially those who opted into the Northern Under 15 and 17 Championships held at Wigan. Pride of place for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes was Daniel Slater who took the Under 15 1500m title. In windy […]

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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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