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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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BMC races – Trafford 3 May 2016

Four of LPS’s middle distance runners travelled to Trafford on Tuesday for the British Milers Club meeting. Superb weather helped bring out some top performances. In the Gold Standard races 18 year old Rosie Johnson opened her track season in the women’s A race. In a small, but high quality field Rosie went with the […]

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Jenny Pyatt

Jumpers hit the heights at Wavertree

Liverpool Harriers once again held their pre-season open meets at Wavertree. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton jumpers were there in force and came away with a clutch of medals and personal bests. At Under 17 Jorden Pilkington outclassed her rivals with a 1.55m leap while Sadie McNulty tied for first at Under 15 with 1.45m. In an […]

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James Loftus and Mark Wynne battle it out at Halewood

A wet start at Blackpool

Blackpool was the venue for the first track & field meeting in the ┬áMid-Lancs league. Persistent rain throughout made conditions difficult for athletes. Forty six Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes competed and the club showed its dominance in a number of events. Luke Edwards (49.80) led the club to a 1,2,3 in the men’s 400 […]

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Cross Country Round Ups

A new star for LPS Traditionally the first of the Liverpool and District Cross Country League matches was held over the demanding Beacon Country Park course. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton senior men have signed a new member in the shape of Richard Weeks who has arrived in the district from Bristol. Showing maturity he quietly established […]

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Success at Ormskirk 10K

There was some excellent performances by Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton runners in the Ormskirk 10 held on Sunday. Aaron Jarvis narrowly missed first place by 2 sec (35.28)and a resurgent Mike Bride finished 5th (37.45),with Joe Chadderton 35th (45.30) However, Lisa Gawthorne stole the show by being the first female runner home (42.22)to claim the […]

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A sunny day in the park

The Northern Road Relays were held in Blackpool`s Stanley Park in perfect running conditions. For Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes this was a big step up in competition with the flower of the North on show. The best performance probably came from the club`s Under 17 trio of Matt Richardson, Jack Crook and Daniel Jones. Matt […]

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Under 15 Boys take gold

This year’s North West Road Relays took place in the wonderful setting of Edge Hill University and it’s multi-million pounds sports facilities. Over 1,000 runners took part in a series of 8 races with juniors running 2.8K seniors 5K. For most of the races it was wet, windy weather that prevailed. Star club performers on […]

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Dave McComb & Kia Finch

Kia Finch best ever

Kai Finch, Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Under 15 star High Jumper, has had his fair share of disappointment in the current Track and Field season but determination and courage finally won out at the Southport Waterloo Open Track and Field Meeting at Litherland. Untroubled by other competitors he sailed over a controlled 1.80m. This was a […]

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