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News June 2009

A quiet weekend for LPS 28 June Something of a break in a frenetic programme for LPS. Three members were at Bedford for the U20 UKA Champs all contesting the 400m. Wayne Ashall(50.4), Harry Doran(49.60) and Danny Higham(50.12) had useful heat times but only Harry and Danny went forward to the semi-finals. Here they both […]

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George Curran

News April 2009

Charlotte joins international club 26 April The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club journeyed to Warrington for the first round of the National Junior League(Mersey Division). The squad was far from full strength finishing sixth of eight teams, a position they can certainly improve on as the season unfolds. Pride of place must go to Charlotte Christian […]

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Phil Taylor

News March 2009

England Gold for Alistair Nelson 28 March For someone who only took up running only 9 months ago 13 year Alistair Nelson has enjoyed a roller coaster ride to the top of his sport. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton cross country runner has shown remarkable talent and composure. By finishing fourth in the English Schools Championships […]

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Kirsty Longley L&D Champs Clarkes Garden

News February 2009

Taylor & Doran Excel 21/22 February Phil Taylor went to the Aviva Grand Prix Indoor Meeting at Birmingham knowing he had to turn in a convincing 400m invitation race to impress the selectors choosing the GB team for the European Championships in Turin. In spite of being badly bumped at the 200m break line he […]

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News December 2008

Success on two fronts! 13 December Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton were in cross country action in two different places recording significant results some 40 miles apart. In the Liverpool and District League at Stadt Moers Park, Whiston, the club`s senior men got their best result in over 5 years. Spearheaded by a strong third place […]

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News November 2008

Sefton Park Challenge 29 November   Competing in the Sefton Park UK Cross Country Challenge meeting against some of the best in the country Toby Loveridge, turned in yet another excellent performance when he finished 16th overall in spite of being at the lower end of the Under 17 age group. Included in this was […]

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News October 2008

Kirsty in great form 19th October Kirsty in great form Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star, Kirsty Longley, was in great form at Southport’s Victoria Park in the Asics Natterjack 10K Road Race, comfortably taking first in the Women’s race with 38.44, a personal best that she will try to lower to sub-38 before the year is […]

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News August 2008

August Round Up The final Div 2W Northern League match at Litherland had a disitinctly end-of-term feeling with the promotion and relegation issues virtually decided. A good turn out from the club secured second place on the day and third overall. Perhaps the 400m was the best result with Harry Doran(49.7) and Nathan Hilton(49.8) demolishing […]

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Club President Les Williams and his wife Brenda receive a presentation on behalf of the club for his long service. Left to Right, Leo Carroll Chairman of Merseyside County AA, Charles Gains Les Williams, Wally Bridson, Brenda Williams, Derek Pellatt.

News July 2008

Rimmer back on course By his high standards Michael Rimmer has had an indifferent run up to the Olympics. Among other performances he has recorded a 1.47.2 800m in Berlin and a 1.47.10 in Ostrava, season`s best by a UK runner but some way off other international performers. However, this was turned around in Milan […]

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Charlie Gains and George Leicester

News June 2008

Grade 1 performance from Adam Thomson In the third of the rotating Young Athletes Premier League matches Liverpool Pembroke Sefton were at Preston Arena for an exciting encounter even though LPS were only to emerge third on the day. Beaten narrowly into second spot Adam Thomson probably deserved the nod for best club performance with […]

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