LPS Bounce Back in Style

After the disappointment of finishing last in match 1, Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton bounced back in style, finishing second in their Northern league fixture at Ellesmere Port. Their points tally of 397 was bettered only by host club West Cheshire (434)

The star female performer on the day was June Swift who completed a double winning the 800m(2:15.9) & 1500m (4:52.1), whilst Kate Doran won the pole vault (2.30m). The throws trio of Ruth Doran, Emily Carr & Lucy Wroblewski performed consistently in the field to ensure points were secured.

Nathan Hilton(48.7) & Harry Doran(49.4) were a class double act in winning the 400m ‘A’ & ‘B’ races whilst Billy Williams won the high jump with a leap of 1.75m.Veterans Mark Line & Dave Brown covered all the throws between them.

It was however, the strength in depth that carried the team through with U17 youngsters Evelyn Smalley, Hannah Wills, Jess Wohler,Jack Crook & Morgan Greaves Thomas all gaining valuable points on the day, whilst the versatility of Dominic O’Hanlon was also a major factor


Wally Bridson

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