Steve Lennon

Harrock Hill Race

Ten club members made the short trip to Lancashire on the 23rd May for the first race in the four race series of the Harrock Hill series, this popular 5 and a bit miles race takes in some lovely countryside as well as being a testing course for those who like of off road events […]

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Hillary Honeyball winner of Liverpool marathon 2018

Sun shines on LPS as Kirsty tops ranking and Hillary wins marathon

On a weekend of beautiful spring sunshine LPS athletes hit the roads picking up titles and PBs. It was an early start to the weekend as on Friday night five of our runners made the journey to Cheshire for the very fast and popular Christlelton 5k. First LPS runner home was Mark Wynne in 43rd […]

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Chris Marsden

Chris Marsden

I recently spent a couple of very enjoyable hours talking to Chris Marsden a member of Sefton Harriers successful road and cross country team of the mid to late 1950s. Chris who is now 87 still lives close to West Derby village, the home of Sefton Harriers from 1917 until the merger with Pembroke in […]

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Mark Crompton

County Champion at 54

LPS athletes were spread across 3 counties as this year’s Track & Field championships that took place at the weekend. Jenny Pyatt won the senior women’s discus event with a throw of 40.52 metres which not only broke the Cheshire record, but it maintained her sequence of winning the county discus title at various age […]

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Kirsty Longley Birmingham 10k

Excellent run from Kirsty

The 2018 Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run this year attracted over 7,000 runners. The 10K course took in the city centre and some of Birmingham’s icon landmarks including Edgbaston cricket ground and Cannon Hall park. The race had the added incentive of including an international race for veterans and an inter regional race. LPS runner, Kirsty […]

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Lauren Lewis

Seniors clinch third place

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton’s senior team clinched third place on their return to division 2 of the Northern League. The meeting was held in glorious sunshine at the newly refurbished Wavertree Athletics centre in Liverpool. The event was won by a strong combined team from the Isle of Man (402), with last year’s winners, Leigh […]

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Lisa and Helen at Oluton Park

Helen and Lisa compete at Oulton duathlon.

Helen Saghal  and Lisa Gawthorne raced at the Spring Oulton Park duathlon on 29th April, this event should have taken place in March but was   cancelled due to snow. Helen won her age group with Lisa taking 3rd in the same age group, this is likely to be the girls last duathlon before the world […]

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Aurora Dunne, Lucy Le Marinel & Tayla Reilly

Excellent Debut from Matthew

Seventy LPS athletes made the journey to Preston for the second fixture in this season’s Mid-Lancs Track & Field league. There were some excellent individual performances, none more so than from debutant, Matthew Hughes (U15B). The 14 year old from Formby was a comfortable winner of both 100m (12.3 sec) & 200m (24.9 sec). Other […]

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Lisa Gawthorne and Helen Sahgal first and second at the Tunnel 10k

LPS Ladies first and second at Tunnel 10k

The annual Mersey Tunnel Run took place on Sunday with over 2,500 entries. The race started on the Liverpool side of the Mersey before entering the tunnel after 1Km. It was a steady ascent for the next 2K before the athletes saw daylight on the Wirral side. The final 5K from the Wallasey ferry terminal […]

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Andy foster and Debbie Campbell

Debbie Campbell wins Curlys 5k Series

Debbie Cambell completed a hat rick of victories in the Curlys 5k trail series in March and early April. The three off road races are held in and around the Horwich area over hilly trail courses. Andrew Foster was also successful in the series with two 3rd places and a 4th which was enough to […]

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