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Mark Wynne

Mark is the Main Man

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton went into their final northern league match knowing their mid table position was precarious. First and second place was beyond them, but behind them three clubs were battling to avoid relegation. Blackpool provided perfect weather conditions, even if the track was in urgent need of improvement. On the day, veteran and […]

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Erin Birchall

LPS clinch third place

The second fixture in the Northern League division 2W took place at sun drenched Leigh Sports village on Sunday. Despite fielding a depleted team LPS(356) clinched third place, behind Leigh Harriers (405) and Team Isle of Man(368). Liverpool Harriers were 4th (322), Manchester Harriers were 5th, with Blackpool in 6th place (301). The hot conditions […]

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Lauren Lewis

Seniors clinch third place

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton’s senior team clinched third place on their return to division 2 of the Northern League. The meeting was held in glorious sunshine at the newly refurbished Wavertree Athletics centre in Liverpool. The event was won by a strong combined team from the Isle of Man (402), with last year’s winners, Leigh […]

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Emily Williamson leads Chloe Bousfield

Double delight for Matt

There was double delight for Matt Ingram at the first Mid-Lancs track & field meeting held at Blackburn’s Witton Park. His leap of 13.89 metres in the triple jump not only broke the club’s junior record, but put him 3rd on the all time club rankings. Just for good measure he comfortably won the long […]

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All smiles from the high jumpers L-R Sandy Clarkson, Kai Finch, Owen Southern

LPS jumpers scale new heights

A number of Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes made the short journey to Litherland Sports Park to compete in one of the final track & field meetings of the season. It was the male high jumpers who stole the show, with all 3 setting new personal best performers. Kai Finch broke the 2 metre barrier […]

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Alex Bunclark, Clare Constable, Helen Sahgal & Hillary Honeyball

Jenny claims bronze at English schools

LPS athlete, Jenny Pyatt, representing Cheshire schools, won bronze at this year’s English Schools Track & Field Championships, held at Alexandra stadium in Birmingham. Her throw of 41.86 metres, although below her personal best for the season, secured her third place in the senior girl’s event. Kai Finch(1.89m) will be disappointed with his 6th place […]

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Lauren Lewis

LPS consolidate to spot

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton travelled to Burnley to contest their second fixture in the northern league and came away with a resounding victory, to consolidate their top position in the league. Their points tally of 438 was 64 more than East Cheshire AC & contained 25 first place victories. LPS dominated the sprints & throws. […]

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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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Kai Finch

Three silvers at Sheffield

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes collected yet another clutch of medals at the Northern Indoor Athletic Championships at Sheffield. Three silvers would be considered an excellent  day`s haul but Senior Danny Higham(400m in 49.50), Under 20 Joe Milton(400m in 49.38) and Under 17 Kai Finch (High Jump with 1.90m) are of such calibre they will go […]

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Danny Higham

Kai makes England debut

Saturday was the highlight of Kai Finch’s season when he made his England debut at the Ashford track in Kent, competing against the best that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland had to offer. He will be disappointed with his clearance of 1.87m which was well below his season’s best and put him in 6th place overall. However,he […]

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