|Chorley 10 win for Paul Cadwallader
(2-6-02) Paul Cadwallader continued his relentless racing campaign with yet another victory this time in the Chorley 10 miles. Paul has been racing at least once and often twice a week since mid April. The short drive up to Chorley paid off when Paul ran out a clear winner from Phil Darbyshire by almost 40 seconds. Paul is at present the joint leader in the LPS 5k series and with with one race to go in that series Paul is showing he may well be the one to beat.
2nd June 2002
|Michael Rimmer runs 3.54.07 1500.
Michael Rimmer and coach John Bradshaw made the trip to the midlands for a fast 1500 and were rewarded with a new Pb of 3.54.07. This puts Michael at 101st in the rankings for this season not bad for a 16 year old. Michael who prefers the 800 will be pleased with this coming off the back of a very successful winter on the country
22nd June 2002
|Good Results at Junior Match
(23-6-02) It was good results all round as LPS hosted a National junior league fixture at Omskirk. Both the junior ladies and men had strong teams for this home fixture. Debbie Sephton won athlete of the match with her fine triple jump of 10.56m. Wins too for Kiera Vogel 1500 4.55.8, Amy Potter 3000 11.33.8 and the 4×400 team. Laura Davenport ran a fine 2.22.0 and Nicky Bear 2.23.1 in the 800m. Nick Gunderson running the B string 400 did 58.8. The ladies finished seond on the day and are now joint second ovreall.
The men not to be out done also finished second on the day and are too second overall behind the strong Trafford team. Phil Taylor won the 200 in 22.5, Henry Stewart the 800 in 2.00.2, Mark Donoghue the 400h in 61.9 and Dan Taylor the 2k steeplechase in 6.29.0 Tony Gallagher picked lots of points in the throws 13.14 shot , 44.80 discus and 40.48 hammer. We claimed b string wins in the 400 with Ian Millom 53.5, Chris Watson 800 2.04.3, Steve Donegan 3000 9.41.3, Andrew Wignall 400h 65.0, Ian Revell 2k steeplechase, Ian Milsom high jump 1.70. and Adam Chang won both b strings in the shot 9.95, and discus 28.61
23rd June 2002
|Paul Cadwallader wins 5k series
Paul Cadwallader emerged the overall winner of the clubs 5k race series held in Croxteth Park. Finishing 3rd on the night behind winner Tim Dickinson of Blackheath and junior Liverpool Harrier Phil McGlory. Paul did enough to win from Paul Sankey of Liverpool RC and Steve McAvoy of South Liverpool. On a night when it rained and rained Paul was happy with his third placing. Also out was Joey Parkinson 4th, Des McIvor 12th, Mark Bleasdale 18th, Dave Gaynor 36th, Sam (stone and a half lighter) Darby56th, and Joe McAloon 172nd
26th June 2002
|Not much joy at Wavertree
On a cold and windy June afternoon LPS young athletes ladies struggled at Wavertree in their Premier One match. Due in part to us being short in the under 13 section we failed to cover some events which cost us. Wins were hard to find and totalled only three. Kiera Vogel won the under 17s 1500 in 5.00.4, Erin Hasall ran away with the 3000 in 11.24.8 a victory by over 21 seconds! Kerria Massey won the discus in 24.75m. This leaves the girls with an uphill struggle for the remain matches but we can pull it back.
30th June 2002
Silver for Rimmer Competing under age at the AAA under 20 championships sixteen year old Michael Rimmer on the silver medal in his favourite event the 800. Have qualified with a comfortable 1.53 in the heats on Saturday a nights rest was all Michael need to race lads three years older than himself. In poor race condition with very strong winds Michael ran 1.51.62 for a hard won second place from Siddiq fron Sudan who was third in 1.51.64. The race was won by nineteen year old Ricky Soos in 1.50.21. John Bradshaw was very pleased with Michael run and pointed out that he will still have three more chance to win this title. Also competing at Bedford was Phil Talor who is again young at seventeen made the 400 final and came 6th in 49 seconds. Danny Holland was knocked out in the 100 heats after running 11.42.