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Cameron Ayres

Success at Medal Meeting

The final Mid-Lancs track & field event took the form of a medal meeting held at Stanley Park in Blackpool. Numbers were depleted in most events due to the number of athletes still away on holiday. Juniors, Matt Ingram & Kai Finch continued the dominance of their events. Matt winning both long (6.52m) & triple […]

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Callum Garvey

Girls beat the elements to claim victory at Barrow.

There was end of season feeling to the final Mid-lancs fixture held at Barrow–in-Furness on Saturday. With the holiday season having started and the prospect of a 4 hour round trip, many youngsters decided to give this meeting ‘a miss’. For the 33 LPS athletes who did make the journey, they were met by heavy […]

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Victoria Gilbody

Record turn out at Litherland, British champs, Southport half & 10k

There was a record turnout of Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes at the fourth Mid-Lancs League meeting held at Litherland Sports Park. Eighty youngsters took advantage of the glorious sunshine to put on an impressive display which saw both male and female teams record comfortable victories. The girl’s team’s total of 195 points beat Preston […]

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Owen Southern, Ciaran Callum GarveyScroggie, Harry Steele

High Jumpers Shine In Hyndburn Sun, and Matt Ingram in good form at Bedford

There were some strong personal performances despite the breezy conditions at the Mid Lancs League fixture at Hyndburn. This 3rd meeting of the season fell on a sunny Bank Holiday Saturday which no doubt contributed to a low turnout of LPS athletes at this pleasant Lancashire setting. Arguably the most exciting event of the day […]

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Aurora Dunne, Lucy Le Marinel & Tayla Reilly

Excellent Debut from Matthew

Seventy LPS athletes made the journey to Preston for the second fixture in this season’s Mid-Lancs Track & Field league. There were some excellent individual performances, none more so than from debutant, Matthew Hughes (U15B). The 14 year old from Formby was a comfortable winner of both 100m (12.3 sec) & 200m (24.9 sec). Other […]

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