Archive | September, 2012
Kirsty & Lisa September 2012

Lisa sails to a PB at Southport

The Northern Relays were at Leigh and Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Under 17 men got a good start to the winter season by taking 14th spot in the three lap race. Ryan Blackwell (10.39) ran strong on the lead off leg and James Loftus(11.04) and Jonathan Bride(12.03) showed they are also in good form. The Senior […]

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Circuit Training

Ray & Trisha will be holding their first circuit training session of the year this Sunday (23rd September) from 10.00 – 12.00 noon.The session is open to athletes from all disciplines, but they must be 14 years of age.Further sessions will take place on:- Sunday October 21st Sunday November 18th Sunday December 16t

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Slow start for LPS

The winter season got under way with the North West Relays at Marbury Country Park, Northwich. As usual Liverpool Pembroke Sefton made a modest start. In the Senior Mens race the club fielded four Lancashire runners and six Merseyside. The Lancashire quartet featured a strong first lap from Alistair Nelson(17.35) followed by Sean Kirkbride(18.29), Kyle Nicholls(19.14) […]

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Kirsty Longley and Lisa Gawthorne

Kirsty and Lisa sweep the board at Salford

Kirsty Longley and Lisa Gawthorne keep the flag flying for Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton`s distance runners. Over 1300 runners lined up for the City of Salford 10K Road Race but Kirsty had no qualms and her forceful style carried her to victory in a near personal best time of 36.59. She was 27th overall. Meanwhile […]

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Kirsty among the best

The Southport Waterloo Open Meeting also had some great track results. Pride of place goes to Kirsty Longlley who tackled the rarely run 1 mile race. A virtually solo effort saw her record 5.11.8 which carries her to second in the current UK Women`s Over 35 rankings and no less than fourth on the all time […]

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Pride Restored

After a disappointing Olympics it would have been understandable if Michael Rimmer had called it a day for the season. However, he bounced back in the Samsung Diamond League Meeting in Zurich. In a swift 800m that saw Olympic Champion and World Record holder, David Rudisha (1.42.81) narrowly beaten by Mohammed Aman of Ethiopia  (1.42.53) […]

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Throwers shine at late-season open meet.

After a season that started with major difficulties imposed on our throwers through the withdrawl of facilities, they came good with a vengence at the Southport & Waterloo open meeting on Saturday. In the interests of expediency the organisers let all age groups, boys and girls throw together in one competition for each of the throws. This […]

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