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Debbie Campbell

Debbie Queen of the Hill

There was a poignancy to the 49th running of the Parbold Hill race following the recent death of its founder Derek Dalton. The popularity of the race held over nearly 7 miles of tough hills and country he initiated remains undiminished and some 461 completed the course in perfect conditions. Superbly organised by Skelmersdale Boundary […]

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L&D Champions 2019

Resurgent LPS take District titles

There was a buzz in the air even before the start of the Liverpool and District Cross Country Championships at Allerton. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club were fielding strong squads in both the men’s and women’s races. From the gun LPS was prominent especially Chris Maher who is having a stunning season. He could comfortably […]

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Steve Lennon

Harrock Hill Race

Ten club members made the short trip to Lancashire on the 23rd May for the first race in the four race series of the Harrock Hill series, this popular 5 and a bit miles race takes in some lovely countryside as well as being a testing course for those who like of off road events […]

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Lisa Gawthorne and Helen Sahgal first and second at the Tunnel 10k

LPS Ladies first and second at Tunnel 10k

The annual Mersey Tunnel Run took place on Sunday with over 2,500 entries. The race started on the Liverpool side of the Mersey before entering the tunnel after 1Km. It was a steady ascent for the next 2K before the athletes saw daylight on the Wirral side. The final 5K from the Wallasey ferry terminal […]

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Amelia Hitchmough

Ryelands Park Cross Country / Parbold Hill Race

Although the cross country season draws to a close in the coming weeks, there was still plenty to run for in the latest Mid-Lancs race, held at Ryelands Park in Lancaster. Conditions were ideally suited for cross country. The best individual performances on the day were by Thomas Corlett who was 5th in the U17m […]

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Kirsty comes home to take the Liverpool & District Title at Clarkes Gardens

Outstanding Run From Kirsty

There was an outstanding run from Kirsty Longley to win the women’s title at the Liverpool & District Cross Country Championships held at Clarke’s Gardens in Woolton. It was typical cross country weather with a mixture of strong winds, wintry sunshine and the odd outburst of hail stones. Conditions underfoot were heavy in parts of […]

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The Whistle Stop Tour of Wirral

Two Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton runners attempted this year’s series of races The Whistle Stop Tour is 3 race in 3 days equating to a distance of 26 miles. The first race was on a Friday evening at Arrow Park, X/C course which was a fun, enjoyable race. Day 2 – A multi terrain race […]

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LPS athletes at Ormskirk 10k L_R Sam Carr, Adam Jones, Mark Hudson, Andy Foster, Mike Gall, Victoria Gilbody,Steve Lennon, Danny Gilbody, Michael Anderson, Dan Jones

Dan Jones wins Ormskirk 10k

LPS junior Dan Jones was a comfortable winner of the Ormskirk 10k in 34.54 with his brother Adam finishing 6th in 37.26, Andy Foster was 8th in 38.14 with Mike Gall just behind in 10th. Steve Lennon was 25th, Dan Gilbody 27th and Mark Hudson 32nd. Mark Wynne was 2nd at the Natterjack 10k in […]

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Helen Saghal

Success at the seaside

Helen Sahgal continued her winning streak with success in the Southport  10K on Sunday 2nd July. Her winning time of 37.40 was good enough for 6th place overall as well as taking the women’s title. Andy Foster was 10th (38.54) & third  over 40, with Mark Hudson (43.13) finishing in 31st place but third in […]

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Welcome return for Kevin Usher

LPS were at Clarke Gardens for the annual Liverpool and District Cross country championships which date back to 1892. There was a good turn out of members but all eyes were on Kevin Usher who has not competed at this level for over 20 years. At 50 the former class act has certainly not lost […]

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