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Tony O'Brian

Senior men turn in solid performance at National 6 stage road relay

A group of LPS athletes took a coach to Sutton Park in Birmingham on Sunday to represent the club in the English National Relay Championships. First up were our U17 men and they produced an excellent performance, finishing 20th in the 3.88k three man relay. Fletcher Foster ran our fastest leg (32nd in 12:49) and […]

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Merseyside road relays Champions 2019, Chris Maher, Mark Wynne, Tony O'Brian, Dan Slater

Fantastic result for LPS men in the NW Relays while Kirsty Longley astounds at Salford

The North West Road Relays sponsored by Merseyside County and hosted by Liverpool Pembroke Sefton came to Edge Hill University. On a sunny day there was general appreciation of the facilities at the university, the course and the complex organisation that is required for this type of event. For the local club there was a […]

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Kirsty on route to victory

Kirsty jumps to No 1 in National rankings, Mark Wynne takes age group record

At Capenhurst 5k on the 21st August Kirsty Longley set a new course and club record and also jumped to number 1 on the national rankings with a excellent run of 16.37. To put Kirsty’s excellent run in perspective not only is she number one in the country this year buts she now jumps to […]

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Ella Jones

Impressive performances by LPS women on the roads

The Tour of Tameside is a series of four events held on successive days over demanding courses. It consists of a Trail 10K, a `Hell on the Fell’ 6 miles, a `Hero Half Marathon’ and culminates in the Hyde 7 mile Road Race. Over 40 miles of tough competition, originally an idea of the legendary […]

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Kirsty Longley

Kirsty pick up another half marathon victory

Kirsty Longley made the trip along the M62 last Sunday for the Hull half marathon and picked up yet another first place having already won theĀ  Essar Chester Half Marathon in May, to add to growing list of victories on the road this season. In warm and humid conditions Kirsty was always leading in the […]

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Kirsty Longley

Double victories for Kirsty and fast times all round at Chrisleton

Kirsty Longley had a busy but rewarding weekend picking up two first places on the roads in Cheshire. On Friday 17th May she won the Chrislton 5k in an impressive 17.16, our women packed well with Helen Sahgal (L/35) coming 7th in 18.09 followed by Lisa Gawthorne (L/35) running as well as ever just failing […]

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LPS dominate at Mid Lancs Meeting.

LPS dominated in the second Mid Lancs Meeting at Hynburn on the 4th May. There were magnificent wins in the senior men’s High Jump with Owen Southern and Tom Kwissa picking up victories. Super vets Tony O Brian and Paul Milburn doubled up in both the 800m and 1500m which placed them 5th and 6th, […]

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County pride

The Inter-counties Cross Country Championships were once again held at Prestwold Hall, Loughborough. The course was undulating and good underfoot although the windy conditions were not entirely helpful. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Harrier`s representatives were spread over three counties and abundantly demonstrated their selections. Early up Tiffany Penfold, unable to run in the Under 20 event, […]

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Tiffany Penfold

Tiff toughs it out at Leeds

The National Cross Country Championships rarely attracts media interest but is truly one of the never-to-be-missed events of the sporting calendar. Rotated around the country it came to rest in the grounds of the 250 year old Harewood House in Leeds. On a beautiful day the course was dry but with some tough demanding hills. […]

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Tiffany Penfold

Another great performance from Tiffany

The Northern Cross Country Championships were again held at Pontefract over a dry, rolling course. In spite of not racing since early December the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton international Tiffany Penfold unhesitatingly took the lead in the Junior Women`s race, pressurising her rivals. Her initial 10 second lead began to evaporate though in the final kilometre […]

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