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Northern Cross L to R Ed Rimmer, Chris Hatton, Toby Loveridge, Mike Bride Country Championships.

News January 2008

Courtney Storms to County Title Three times winner of national cross country titles at 13 and 15 years of age Ormskirk’s Courtney Birch demonstrated her talent over difficult courses had not deserted her as she stormed to the Lancashire County Senior Women’s championship title at Blackburn. Currently a post-graduate research student in physical chemistry at […]

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News December 2007

Merseyside Schools Cross Country On a cold, wet morning a number of club athletes ran in the Merseyside schools’ races at Clarkes Gardens on Saturday 8th December. Although conditions under foot were very heavyin parts of the course, all athletes put in creditable performances and some achieved top ten finishes. In the under 16 boys, […]

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News November 2007

National Cross Country Relays Liverpool Pembroke Sefton have previously enjoyed some success and high placings in the National Cross Country Relays traditionally held at Mansfield. The present Under 15 squad is growing in confidence and Ed Rimmer led the team off in 18th place with a timing of 6.43.45. Mike Bride was not at his […]

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Andy Bowen

News September 2007

Mike Bride second fastest at Sefton Park Liverpool Pemboke Sefton’s Mike Bride posted the second fastest leg in the Under 15 3 x 3.5K lap in the North West Counties Combined Road Relay Championships in Liverpool’s Sefton Park. Ed Rimmer had run a useful 11.37 on Stage 1 finishing 6th and was followed by John […]

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Dave (Batman) Dudly

News May 2007

Young Athletes Report The Young Athletes were at Bebington for their match against tough opponents Sale, Macclesfield and Wirral but again there were many outstanding individual performances. For the first time the girls outscored the boys. The most eye catching were U17s Emma Bowen(1st 300m 44.2 and 2nd 800m 2.23.5) and a very mature 2nd […]

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New January 2007

Doran and Bowen third in the North The recently published Northern Under 17 top 10 athletic rankings for 2006 reveal yet another¬†tranche of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes. It was expected that 400m star Harry Doran would figure highly after his national 14th placing and indeed his 400m sub-50 posting of¬†49.96 puts him third in the […]

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News February 2006

Lancashire School & Liverpool & District Blackburn`s Witton Park hosted the Lancashire Schools cross-country championships. In the Junior Boys race the Tarleton High pairing of Jake Helm and Chris Hesketh took command of the field and came clear. With fellow Liverpool Pembroke Sefton colleague Mike McCarten of Up Holland High finishing 9th they were also […]

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News December 2005

Doran runner up in the rankings The recently published UK track and field rankings for 2005 places Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athlete, Harry Doran, second in the Under 15 400m. Doran is a mere five hundreths of a second off top spot in a scintillating 50.82 which is additionally the tenth best of all time. He […]

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News February 2005

Robert Stocks takes Lancs title The Lancashire Schools Cross Country Championships saw some excellent performances from local runners. Rob Stocks, clearly recovered from an injury prone season, took the Senior Boys individual title. His Junior colleagues, all Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes, also claimed the team title for West Lancashire. Jake Helm was 3rd followed by […]

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Jake Helm, Mike McCarten and Chris Hesketh

News November 2004

Medals at Mansfield The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club headed for Mansfield for the traditional high quality cross country relays that always attract large fields. At Under 13 the squad of Jake Helm, Mike McCarten and Chris Hesketh astonished everybody with third spot. Only the might of the Sale and Aldershot clubs prevailed. Mike even surged […]

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