Jamie Hopkins

Six new PBs for Jamie Hopkins

Jamie was selected to compete in the Octathlon for Lancashire at the Counties Combined Events Championships in Crewe and reaffirmed his reputation as one of the most accomplished multi-eventers in the North West, along with continuing his run of good form with some excellent performances including 6 PB’s! At the end of the two days […]

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Rosie Johnson silver medal at England Champs

Silver for Rosie at Bedford

Following a knee injury a last minute decision by Rosie Johnson to run in the English Under 23 Championships at Bedford paid off for the LPS athlete. A tactical 1500m race played into her hands and she was always thereabouts with the leading group. When the action really started the Bracknell runner Amelia Quirke(4.23.12) was […]

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Ella Jones

Impressive performances by LPS women on the roads

The Tour of Tameside is a series of four events held on successive days over demanding courses. It consists of a Trail 10K, a `Hell on the Fell’ 6 miles, a `Hero Half Marathon’ and culminates in the Hyde 7 mile Road Race. Over 40 miles of tough competition, originally an idea of the legendary […]

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Kirsty Longley

Kirsty pick up another half marathon victory

Kirsty Longley made the trip along the M62 last Sunday for the Hull half marathon and picked up yet another first place having already won the  Essar Chester Half Marathon in May, to add to growing list of victories on the road this season. In warm and humid conditions Kirsty was always leading in the […]

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Kirsty beats Jo Pavey

The England and Celtic Masters International Match was incorporated in the huge Birmingham 10K Race that attracted 7000 runners. By virtue of previously beating 40 minute three Liverpool Pembroke Sefton women were invited, Kirsty Longley, Helen Sahgal and Lisa Gawthorne, representing England. After an exhausting week with victories over 5K and a Half Marathon it […]

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Double act deliveries

Division 2 of the Northern Track and Field League is a lot tougher than it first appears with only six teams per match and two certain of relegation a lack of concentration can result in the drop to a very different level of competition as Liverpool Pembroke Sefton has experienced previously. It was therefore a […]

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Kirsty Longley

Double victories for Kirsty and fast times all round at Chrisleton

Kirsty Longley had a busy but rewarding weekend picking up two first places on the roads in Cheshire. On Friday 17th May she won the Chrislton 5k in an impressive 17.16, our women packed well with Helen Sahgal (L/35) coming 7th in 18.09 followed by Lisa Gawthorne (L/35) running as well as ever just failing […]

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County Championships – Roll of Honour

Merseyside U20M High Jump Gold Owen Southern U17M High Jump Gold Sandy Clarkson U15W High Jump Gold Millie O’Hanlon U17M Javelin Gold Bill Steel U17M Shot Gold Bill Steel U17M Discus Gold Finley McKenna U20W Long Jump Gold Erin Birchall SM 200m Silver Harry Doran U20M High Jump Silver Tom Kwissa U17W Triple Jump Silver […]

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LPS dominate at Mid Lancs Meeting.

LPS dominated in the second Mid Lancs Meeting at Hynburn on the 4th May. There were magnificent wins in the senior men’s High Jump with Owen Southern and Tom Kwissa picking up victories. Super vets Tony O Brian and Paul Milburn doubled up in both the 800m and 1500m which placed them 5th and 6th, […]

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Dan Slater

London Marathon

Three LPS athletes competed in the London Marathon with distinction. Cambridge University student, Dan Slater, ran an astonishing debut time of 2.36.56 and loved the experience. After being plagued by 18 months of injuries Sammy Rashid, now approaching 55, also recorded an amazing 3.07.16, automatically qualifying for next years event. Danny Gilbody another delighted participant […]

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