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A sunny day in the park

The Northern Road Relays were held in Blackpool`s Stanley Park in perfect running conditions. For Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes this was a big step up in competition with the flower of the North on show. The best performance probably came from the club`s Under 17 trio of Matt Richardson, Jack Crook and Daniel Jones. Matt […]

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Under 15 Boys take gold

This year’s North West Road Relays took place in the wonderful setting of Edge Hill University and it’s multi-million pounds sports facilities. Over 1,000 runners took part in a series of 8 races with juniors running 2.8K seniors 5K. For most of the races it was wet, windy weather that prevailed. Star club performers on […]

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More disappointment for Michael Rimmer

Four Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes qualified for the British Championships at Birmingham. The club`s main hope lay with 800m multi-winner Michael Rimmer even though he was still not 100% well after back surgery. Two weeks previous he had run an encouraging 1.47.62 in Poland and things were looking on the up as he cruised through […]

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Charlotte Mawdsley in action at Witton Park

Disappointing day at Blackburn

The prestigious English Schools Cross Country Championships came North to Blackburn`s notoriously tough Witton Park. After some successful years in this competition Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had rather lukewarm time. Inter Daniel Slater`s fantastic run of success came to an end even though his 18th spot would be considered respectable by most standards. His other Merseyside […]

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LPS Under 15 Boys Ross Harrison Adam Jones Joe Martin

U15B Win Mid-Lanc’s Cross Country Title

Ryelands park Lancaster was the setting for the final race in the Mid-lanc’s cross country league. Although conditions underfoot were firm it was extremely blustery. The focus was on the U15B team who knew that victory on the day would guarantee them the team title and they didn’t disappoint. With 4 of the team competing […]

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James Loftus

Rosie well clear of the field at Burnley

The conditions for the Mid-Lancs Cross Country League match at Townley Park, Burnley were bitterly cold and windy. This did not deter the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes who made the trip and some good results ensued. After a comfortable win in the Merseyside Championships Rosie Johnson was clearly using the Under 17 race as preparation […]

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Dan Slater

Rosie and Dan take county titles

The first challenge of the year for cross country runners is the county championships. This always sees Liverpool Pembroke Sefton split down the middle as runners head in different directions. The Merseyside contingent was at Sherdley Park, St Helens. This occasion was marked by two convincing victories. At Under 17 Rosie Johnson, top of the […]

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Reflections on the Mid-Lancs results

The delayed results of the Mid-Lancs League match, incorporated in the Sefton Park Cross Challenge, are now available. They make interesting reading. The rise of our senior men, second in the Liverpool and District League, is reflected in the broader based Mid Lancs match. Here Ian Roberts(29), Sean Kirkbride(34), Sammy Rashid(39), Stu Haw(48), Aaron Jarvis(52) […]

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Angela Delaney, Lisa Gawthorne, Tracy Peters first three women in Southport 5k

A good day out at the seaside

A clutch of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes made their way to Southport for the Sandgrounder 10K and 5K. James Loftus demonstrated talent at 10k road running by coming home second in 34.56. Not far adrift was new member Korey Hallett-Blanch in third with 35.10. Mark Wynne`s progress continued as he recorded 35.52 in fifth spot. […]

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Clark Roberts (usual but effective arm action) first home for LPS at Beacon Park

Clark leads LPS home

The cross country season opened up as usual with league matches, the senior men in the Liverpool and District at Beacon Country Park and the rest of the club at Hyndburn for the Mid-Lancs fixture. The Beacon presented a tough introduction to the months ahead. Clark Roberts, up from Coventry, unexpectedly took up the Liverpool […]

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