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Lisa Gawthorne Kisrty Longley

Dynamic duo score again

Between them Liverpool Pembroke Sefton stars, Kirsty Longley and Lisa Gawthorne, have chalked up numerous wins. They were at it again in the Women`s Running Magazine series of countrywide races. This time it was a multi-surface course at Liverpool`s Sefton Park. Kirsty was, as usual, untroubled in winning the 10K race in 38.25. This time […]

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Kirsty Longley powers to victory in Hyde and take the Tour of Tameside title

The courage of Kirsty

The Tour of Tameside which has a series of races on successive days was a popular feature of yesteryear. This year it was reborn after a 14 year gap. It consists of a 6 mile fell race on the Friday evening, a half marathon on the Saturday and concludes with another 7 mile road race […]

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Lisa 2nd in Hyde Park 10k

Results Round Up

It was an eventful weekend for LPS athletes at all points of the compass. James Loftus travelled to Northern Ireland to run the Armagh 10K in memory of his grandfather who was born there. Although pressed hard by a local lad he maintained his consistency throughout and came home the winner in 33.48, a personal […]

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Lisa Gawthorne get LPS to a great start on leg 1

LPS girls ‘sensational’

The Northern Athletics Road Relay Championships were at Sefton Park and an `out of the blue’ performance came from the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton women`s six stage team over a combination of short and long stages. Lisa Gawthorne(30.19) led off in an excellent 20th place followed by a very determined Lauren Wilson(15.06) on a short leg, […]

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Bronze medals in the Lancs Road Relays

Atrocious weather greeted runners at the traditional start of the winter season, the North West Relays at Lancaster that incorporate both the Merseyside and Lancashire Championships. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton straddle boundaries so have interests either way. First up for Lancashire was the club’s Under 15 Girls led by Charlotte Mawdsley who gave her usual fighting […]

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Slow start for LPS

The winter season got under way with the North West Relays at Marbury Country Park, Northwich. As usual Liverpool Pembroke Sefton made a modest start. In the Senior Mens race the club fielded four Lancashire runners and six Merseyside. The Lancashire quartet¬†featured a strong first lap from Alistair Nelson(17.35) followed by Sean Kirkbride(18.29), Kyle Nicholls(19.14) […]

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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 January 2009

Taylor just misses out 31 January The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton senior sprint star, Phil Taylor, switched back to his favourite event, the 400m, for the Birmingham Games at the National Indoor Arena. After a good heat time of 48.89 Phil had swift semi-final qualifier of 47.79 which raised expectation for the final but a poor […]

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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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