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Stop! It’s Hammer Time

Here’s our star of future field events, Marbs Casey with coach Dave Brown and club secretary Karen Brown. Marbs achieved 2 new PBs at Witton Park in the Mid Lancs League as she threw the hammer an incredible 30 metres and followed up with 19.57 in the discus. Plenty of reasons to smile!   

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Senior men road relay 2022

Sutton Park Success For Senior Men

  The positive start to the season continued on Saturday in the National Road Relays (12 stage) at Sutton Park. In a race littered with elite athletes on an annual basis, our senior men finished in 28th position overall.  The team started well with Luke Edwards (27:20) in 33rd position after the long (8.66km) 1st […]

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What a weekend of achievements!

Well that was a weekend of PBs or LPS members just being pretty brilliant.   Starting with our very own timewarp man, Mark Hudson, who was 1st finisher in his age group in the Gaudos half marathon in Malta. Mark also achieved a personal best of 1:32.58.     Lisa Gawthorne and Gregory Callaghan were […]

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Northern Road Relays – Birkenhead Park

The sun shone on the club today in the Northern Road relays (and 5k races) at Birkenhead Park as we fielded 6 teams across both junior and senior age groups. Our senior men “A” team produced their best ever performance in the 12 stage relays, finishing in 10th position overall, with notable performances across the […]

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Se Loughlin

English Schools Cross Country Championships

The cross country season finished for our athletes on Saturday with 5 from the club representing their counties in the English Schools Cross Country Championships at Hop Farm, Kent, Erin Frost representing Merseyside schools in the inter girls race finished in a credible 16:08, where the winner Jess Bailey was also victorious at the Nationals […]

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Wow, what a weekend!

It was such a busy weekend for LPS members, with our athletes up and down the country taking part in multiple events.  Here’s the roundup so far 🙂 World Championships Qualification For Lisa Congratulations to Lisa Gawsthorne who qualified for the Sprint Duathlon World Championships in 2023 after winning her age group in 1:15.10 at […]

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Tony O’Brien

Update on our Strategic Development Plan – Performance Co-ordinator

In December last year we launched our strategic development plan to help push the club forward and provide a solid foundation to help develop our athletes, coaches, administration and officials. At the time we identified key coordinator roles across the different aspects of the plan, one of which was the Performance Coordinator. I’m really pleased […]

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Gold Standard For U15 Girls

Congratulations to our U15 girls team who have finished top of the mid Lancs league. A big mention to Erin Frost who finished in 3rd place individually and Sarah and Anna Yates, who both finished in the top 15. Another huge congratulations to Myles Fraser who finished 2nd individually, a superb performance especially considering he […]

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Mid Lancs Cross Country Season Closes

The final cross country of the season was at Townley Park, Burnley today, where we had a small number of athletes competing. Ten years old William Roberts finished his debut season with a flourish as he came home in 6th place, only a few seconds behind the leading pack in the u11 race. Dan Berry, […]

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LPS Athletes contribute to county success

A good day for our Lancashire athletes at Loughborough in the Intercounties Cross Country Championships. The Lancashire U20 men team, which Included 3 LPS Athletic Club athletes (Sé Loughlin, Jake Dickinson , Oliver Sutcliffe) finished 2nd in the team event. The U15 boys team with 2 of our athletes (Myles Fraser, Isaac Dickinson) finished in […]

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