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Martha Simms

County Championships Success

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes were again split between two venues as they contested the medals at Blackpool & Bebington in the Lancashire & Merseyside Track & Field Championships. Pride of place at Blackpool went to U17 Lauren Lewis who completed a double winning the 100m in 12.7sec and achieved a PB in winning the […]

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Alex Bunclark

Clare claims gold & silver at British Masters

Clare Constable, who has recently joined the Vet45 age category, had a successful weekend at the British Master’s Track & Field Championships held in Birmingham. Clare won the gold medal in the 800 metres with a time of 2:24.02 and picked up a silver in the 400 metres (62.45) Dave Brown (V50)competed in 5 events […]

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NA Inter Counties U/15 & U/17 T&F Champ, Costello Park August 7th

LPS had no fewer than eight athletes at this year’s championships, representing Merseyside and Lancashire. In the U/15 age group there were good 3rd place performances from Alice Prescot who jumped 4.83 in the A string Long Jump and Sadie McNulty 4.49, who was competing with older athletes. Joe Houghton just missed out on a […]

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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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Harry Doran

County glory

County Track and Field Championships are the first serious step for aspiring athletes and medals won frequently herald the start of a successful career. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton collected a hatful of indicators over an inspiring weekend. At Bebington for the Merseyside event the club`s High Jumpers once again delivered in abundance. Under 17 Kai Finch […]

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Jenny Pyatt

Jumpers hit the heights at Wavertree

Liverpool Harriers once again held their pre-season open meets at Wavertree. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton jumpers were there in force and came away with a clutch of medals and personal bests. At Under 17 Jorden Pilkington outclassed her rivals with a 1.55m leap while Sadie McNulty tied for first at Under 15 with 1.45m. In an […]

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MMike receives the Blaire trophy from former coach John Bradshaw for the outstanding performance by a Merseyside athlete at a National Championship

News July 2009

Juniors at Stretford 26 July In this volatile age group it is frequently hard to for most clubs field a complete team and so it turned out for LPS at Stretford. Although Harry Doran took the 200m(22.9), Wayne Ashall the 400m(50.9) and the men`s 4 x 100m(44.1) and 4 x 400m((3.28.6) duly triumphed once again […]

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George Curran

News April 2009

Charlotte joins international club 26 April The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club journeyed to Warrington for the first round of the National Junior League(Mersey Division). The squad was far from full strength finishing sixth of eight teams, a position they can certainly improve on as the season unfolds. Pride of place must go to Charlotte Christian […]

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Micheal Rimmer Merseyside Sports Personality of the Year 2007

News February 2008

Merseyside School Cross Country Championships A number of club athletes took part in the Merseyside County Schools Cross Country Championships on a sunny winter’s day at Arrowe Park. The performance of the day came from Toby Loveridge, who despite running a year under his age group, came third in the Inter Boys race, only 6 […]

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New February 2007

Phil Taylor foiled in title bid Liverpool Pembroke Sefton’s talented 400m star was at Sheffield for the televised Norwich Union European Trials and UK Indoor Championships. After coasting through his heat in 48.73 and posting a sharp 48.16 in the semi-final he looked odds on to gain a championship medal, even the gold. Fate played […]

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