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Kia Finch

Ticket to Beijing

Michael Rimmer produced a season best performance on Saturday finishing 5th in a world class field at the Olympic stadium in London. Always in contention, Michael found himself boxed in, but a gutsy performance over the last 50 metres saw him power through on the inside to record a time of 1:45.67 and secure the […]

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Trafford Grand Prix

Trafford Grand Prix – 21 JULY There was a strong contingent of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes at the Trafford Grand Prix on 21 July. The meeting opened with a series of 3000m races.  In race 1 James Loftus,running in his first 3000m of the year, finished 21st in 9.08.34. In race 2 Kyle Nicholls finished […]

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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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‘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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Disappointing day at Leigh

The second of the Northern League Track and Field meetings(Division 2W) was at Leigh Sports Village. After an exciting first match the `unavailable’ list had lengthened and the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club were struggling to cover events particularly the female ones. The male sprinters delivered with Adam Thomson(23.3) and Jesse Roberts(24.5) doubling up in the […]

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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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Disappointing day at Blackburn

The prestigious English Schools Cross Country Championships came North to Blackburn`s notoriously tough Witton Park. After some successful years in this competition Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had rather lukewarm time. Inter Daniel Slater`s fantastic run of success came to an end even though his 18th spot would be considered respectable by most standards. His other Merseyside […]

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Daniel Jones in action at Parliament Hill Fields

Daniel on his way up

Parliament Hill Fields, with a panoramic view of London much favoured by film producers, was the backdrop for the National Cross Country Championships. The best result for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton came in the shape of Ormskirk School pupil, Daniel Jones. Daniel was discovered running the Saturday morning Park Run at Edge Hill University. His transfer […]

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Harry Doran runs 1.52 in the British Championships

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton 400m star, Harry Doran, turned his attention to 800m in the British Indoor Championships at Sheffield. He has already shown promise at this distance and although unable to escape his heat came away with an eye-catching time of 1.52.61. He may yet discover this is his most successful distance. Danny Higham also […]

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Another great win for Dan

LPS athlete, Dan Slater, is having a wonderful cross country season. The Sacred Heart, Crosby pupil had already established himself as on of the country’s best Under 15 runners by winning the English Schools Cup title and coasting to the Merseyside crown. But the Northern Championship at Pontefract could still have provided a stiff challenge. […]

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