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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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Catrina Thomas(27), Philppa Stone(30), Mollie Williams(28) and Rosie Johnson(29)

Rosie second in Ireland, Danny first at Sheffield

Rosie Johnson, Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s cross country star, was selected to run for the North of England in Antrim, Northern Ireland in an Under 20 race. She went out hard and could not hold colleague Mollie Williams but in an exciting finish secured a well deserved second spot. Results Meanwhile a group of LPS athletes […]

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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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Straight to the top again for Rosie!

The British Milers Club Grand Prix series of graded races inevitably attract some of the country`s finest middle distance athletes, anxious to test their early season form. There were two Liverpool Pembroke Sefton runners at Stretford, Rosie Johnson and Harry Doran. Last year Rosie topped the UK Under 17 rankings at 1500m but this year the 17 […]

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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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Four flourish at Birmingham

Coaches Ray Twentyman and Trish Farrell took four of their Liverpool Pembroke Sefton sprint squad to Birmingham for the England Athletic Championships. The quartet prospered in spite of the poor conditions. Harry Doran blazed through his 400m heat(48.27) and semi-final(48.03) and was only slightly off the pace in the A final where he finished 6th […]

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Phil Taylor

News March 2009

England Gold for Alistair Nelson 28 March For someone who only took up running only 9 months ago 13 year Alistair Nelson has enjoyed a roller coaster ride to the top of his sport. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton cross country runner has shown remarkable talent and composure. By finishing fourth in the English Schools Championships […]

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Kirsty Longley L&D Champs Clarkes Garden

News February 2009

Taylor & Doran Excel 21/22 February Phil Taylor went to the Aviva Grand Prix Indoor Meeting at Birmingham knowing he had to turn in a convincing 400m invitation race to impress the selectors choosing the GB team for the European Championships in Turin. In spite of being badly bumped at the 200m break line he […]

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News January 2009

Taylor just misses out 31 January The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton senior sprint star, Phil Taylor, switched back to his favourite event, the 400m, for the Birmingham Games at the National Indoor Arena. After a good heat time of 48.89 Phil had swift semi-final qualifier of 47.79 which raised expectation for the final but a poor […]

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News August 2007

Final League Match Report The final Senior match at Warrington on August 5th was characterised by some excellent efforts from our women led by wins from June Swift (800m 2.15.7), the indefatigable Kirsty Longley(3000m 10.59.1), the talented Faye Akins (High Jump 1.55= and TJ 9.75) and Philippa Makepeace (Long Jump 4.94). The real icing on the cake was […]

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