|3rd Place for Young Athletes at Bebbibgton
LPS finished third with 305 points, behind Wirral (435.5) and Wigan (353.5) in the third round of matches in the UKA National Young Athletes League held at Bebbington Oval on
Sunday June 1st. Nestle York were 4th with 240 points. The outstanding performance of the day came from Mark Grimshaw making his first appearance of the season. He achieved a grade 1 standard with his performance in the under 17 Boys 400 metres, winning in a time of 51.4 secs.
| 4th place at Gateshead
In what was always going to be a difficult fixture our A team still managed to finish 4th on the day. At this level you need to cover all your events and Captain Paul Jamison had spent a difficult week in the lead up to this fixture getting out his best side. Club stalwart Sammy Rashid once again made his way by train from Sheffield and was rewarded with a fine run of 15.29.4 in the 5000, his second best performance beat only by his 15.25 .in the BUSAs at Bedford in May 1999 This leaves us still second overall two league points behind Derby and with a great chance of claiming the division 1 title.
8th June 2003
| Ladies also 4th
It was also 4th place for ladies in their match at Blackburn on Sunday, they too are now second after two matches and again have high hopes of promotion. Winners in A competition as follows Nicki Bear 800 2:27:1, Lindsey Doyle 1500 5:21:6, and Emma Holt javelin 31:64. B competition winners Maria Barrett 800 2:41:9, and Kerry Massey javelin 31:15. Well done to all the girls and supports who made the trip to Blackburn.
9th June 2003