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Owen Southern

Owen Southern reaches for the top

The weather was unexpectedly kind at Blackburn’s Witton Park for the Mid-Lancs Track and Field League match. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had a decent turn out although there were numerous unfilled gaps. Probably the best performance came from Under 15 Owen Southern who rose to a magnificent 1.74m in the High Jump, a height that qualifies […]

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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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Dan chases international selection

For many the English Schools Cross Country Championships represent the high point of the season. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had six members at Wollaton Park, Nottingham for these hard fought races. In the Intermediate boys Daniel Slater was impressive once more hanging in with the very best in the country and finishing a good seventh. There […]

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Rosie Johnson in action at Witton Park

Only for the brave

The Witton Park cross country course is difficult at the best of times but in ferocious weather conditions that changed even during races it was one decidedly only `only for the brave’. Nevertheless the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club provided a clutch of runners that faced the challenge, notably Junior Rosie Johnson, who took on some […]

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Happy Birthday LPS 20 Years Old

Astonishingly LPS is 20 years old on October 1st! We thought we would like to let newer members know a little bit more about how the club came into being. The following is taken from this website Run through a brick Wall: A sideways look at the history of Liverpool Pembroke Athletic Club (1890-1995). Look […]

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Nathan Hilton

A splendid opening match at Edge Hill University`s new track

The new track at Edge Hill University hosted its first big athletic meeting in advance of its formal opening in September. Although a relatively modest Division 2 Match of the Northern League it contained a number of high quality clubs and athletes and Liverpool Pembroke Sefton needed to field a decent squad to uphold their […]

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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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More disappointment for Michael Rimmer

Four Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes qualified for the British Championships at Birmingham. The club`s main hope lay with 800m multi-winner Michael Rimmer even though he was still not 100% well after back surgery. Two weeks previous he had run an encouraging 1.47.62 in Poland and things were looking on the up as he cruised through […]

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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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Kai Finch clears 1.75

Kai Finch moves up amongst the elite

The Mid-Lancs League Match at Litherland was virtually a home match for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton AC and was massively supported by the club. The were numerous excellent performances but the stand-out achievement has to be Under-15 Kai Finch who easily took the Under 15 High jump with a massive leap of 1.75m. This takes him […]

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