Seaside 10k

Weather fails to dampen as LPS Storm at Seaside 10k

Sunday saw a contingent of LPS athletes aiming to battle with some of the North’s finest runners at the ever damp and breezy seaside town of Southport. Chris Maher lead the team home with an excellent 33:07 taking fourth spot closely followed by Kirsty Longley who enhanced her reputation with a dominant 34:51 to take […]

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Lisa Gawthorne

Lisa wins Northern Masters 10K

Lisa Gawthorne was flying the club flag at the Northern Master 10k road running championships at the Spen Greenway in Yorkshire on Sunday 15th September. Running her first race back since picking up an injury at the European duathlon champs in Romania last month Lisa ran a very good 40.37 which is not that far […]

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Tony O'Brian

More success for LPS Senior Men

The Northern Combined Relays were again held at Manchester`s Sport City. Following the previous week’s success at the North West Relays, where overall second and first in the Merseyside Championships was secured by Liverpool Pembroke Sefton’s men, the question was how well would this figure in the wider, tougher Northern context. The answer became clear […]

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Merseyside road relays Champions 2019, Chris Maher, Mark Wynne, Tony O'Brian, Dan Slater

Fantastic result for LPS men in the NW Relays while Kirsty Longley astounds at Salford

The North West Road Relays sponsored by Merseyside County and hosted by Liverpool Pembroke Sefton came to Edge Hill University. On a sunny day there was general appreciation of the facilities at the university, the course and the complex organisation that is required for this type of event. For the local club there was a […]

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Mid Cheshire 5k 2019

Fast times at Mid Cheshire 5k

Fifteen LPS athletes toed the start line for this popular and very fast 5k Mid Cheshire 5k on Thursday 29th August. In what proved to be almost ideal racing conditions some very impressive times were recorded. Young Dan Slater (Under 21) lead the club home in 28th place in 15.24. He was closely followed by […]

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Kirsty on route to victory

Kirsty jumps to No 1 in National rankings, Mark Wynne takes age group record

At Capenhurst 5k on the 21st August Kirsty Longley set a new course and club record and also jumped to number 1 on the national rankings with a excellent run of 16.37. To put Kirsty’s excellent run in perspective not only is she number one in the country this year buts she now jumps to […]

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Notice of 24th Annual General Meeting

Notice of 24th Annual General Meeting Notice is hereby given, that the 24th Annual General Meeting of Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton H&AC will take place on Friday 20th September 2019 at Sporting Edge (upstairs room), Edge Hill University, commencing at 7.30pm. All club members are invited to attend. The club is eager to recruit more […]

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ESAA Championships 2019

What a fantastic group of athletes the Merseyside Schools team were at the 2019 ESAA Track and Field Championships. They were exemplary in their conduct and behaviour both on and off the track and a credit to their parents, schools, clubs and County. The amazing performances of our athletes meant that we left the Championships […]

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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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