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Litherland Mid-Lancs Report

The final Mid-Lancs fixture held at Litherland was something of a low key event with most clubs depleted due to athletes away on holiday. However, there were still some excellent performances from Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes on the day. Lauren Lewis(U17), following her disappointment at the English Schools, responded with 3 victories in the […]

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Mark Roberts

The Girls Lead the Way

There was a double success for Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton at the Mid-Lanc’s meeting held at Ormskirk on Saturday, with both male & female teams finishing in first place. It was however, the girls who lead the way with a points total of 225, the highest in the league this season.┬áThe high jumpers secured first […]

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Great club result at home match

The conditions were exceptionally warm at Edge Hill University as Liverpool Pembroke Sefton hosted the second of the Division 2 Northern League matches. The local team of helpers organised by Club Secretary, Wally Bridson, put on a brilliantly organised show, impressing the visitors. After a poor showing in the first match, fifth out of the […]

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Kai Finch

Superb High Jumping at Hyndburn

The conditions were good for the third Track and Field League Match at Hyndburn. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton duo of Kai Finch and Owen Southern excelled themselves once more posting new heights that take them into the top reaches of their event nationally . At Under 17 Kai went over 2.00m and Owen was equally […]

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BMC races – Trafford 3 May 2016

Four of LPS’s middle distance runners travelled to Trafford on Tuesday for the British Milers Club meeting. Superb weather helped bring out some top performances. In the Gold Standard races 18 year old Rosie Johnson opened her track season in the women’s A race. In a small, but high quality field Rosie went with the […]

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Lauren Lewis

Lauren Lewis triple winner

The pre-season open meetings continued at Stretford and a clutch of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s Under 15s attended. Star performer for LPS was Lauren Lewis who came away with three gold medals. She took the 100m in 12.9 and long jumped well clear of anybody else with 5.04m. She also won the 200m comfortably with 27.3. […]

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Rosie Johnson in action at Witton Park

Only for the brave

The Witton Park cross country course is difficult at the best of times but in ferocious weather conditions that changed even during races it was one decidedly only `only for the brave’. Nevertheless the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club provided a clutch of runners that faced the challenge, notably Junior Rosie Johnson, who took on some […]

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Catrina Thomas(27), Philppa Stone(30), Mollie Williams(28) and Rosie Johnson(29)

Rosie second in Ireland, Danny first at Sheffield

Rosie Johnson, Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s cross country star, was selected to run for the North of England in Antrim, Northern Ireland in an Under 20 race. She went out hard and could not hold colleague Mollie Williams but in an exciting finish secured a well deserved second spot. Results Meanwhile a group of LPS athletes […]

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Good times from Jonathan and Jack

Saturday saw LPS’s Jonathon Bride make an early start to take part in the Ormskirk 5km Park Run at Edge Hill. Going with the pace from the start, Jonathon maintained contact with the leading group and, despite helping a first-time runner take the right direction, managed to come home 2nd in a new pb of […]

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Superb performance from James Loftus

The final Liverpool and District League cross country match was held over a decidedly miserable and wet course at Stadt Moers Park, Whiston. Course organisers were probably predicting a poor turn out but in the event it was even worse than anticipated with the field halving from its usually fairly healthy numbers to a depressing […]

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