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Kirsty `queen of the scene’ Longley

The New Year brought the county cross country championships. Merseyside held theirs at the switchback course of Sherdley Park, fortunately good underfoot, while Lancashire hopefuls were on the more demanding slopes of Blackburn’s Witton Park. At Merseyside the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star, Kirsty Longley, continues to defy her 41 years and took the Senior Women`s […]

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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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Kirsty Longley Merssy Tunnel 10k winner 2009

News May 2009

Kirsty wins again 31 May Kirsty Longley is having a dream season and a fantastic run of success. In the unusual Tunnel 10K she took complete control of the All smiles as Kirsty collects her trophy for winning the Tunnel 10kwomen’s race and coasted home comfortably in 37.49. She now rates as possibly the most […]

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George Curran

News April 2009

Charlotte joins international club 26 April The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club journeyed to Warrington for the first round of the National Junior League(Mersey Division). The squad was far from full strength finishing sixth of eight teams, a position they can certainly improve on as the season unfolds. Pride of place must go to Charlotte Christian […]

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Club President Les Williams and his wife Brenda receive a presentation on behalf of the club for his long service. Left to Right, Leo Carroll Chairman of Merseyside County AA, Charles Gains Les Williams, Wally Bridson, Brenda Williams, Derek Pellatt.

News July 2008

Rimmer back on course By his high standards Michael Rimmer has had an indifferent run up to the Olympics. Among other performances he has recorded a 1.47.2 800m in Berlin and a 1.47.10 in Ostrava, season`s best by a UK runner but some way off other international performers. However, this was turned around in Milan […]

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Charlie Gains and George Leicester

News June 2008

Grade 1 performance from Adam Thomson In the third of the rotating Young Athletes Premier League matches Liverpool Pembroke Sefton were at Preston Arena for an exciting encounter even though LPS were only to emerge third on the day. Beaten narrowly into second spot Adam Thomson probably deserved the nod for best club performance with […]

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New January 2007

Doran and Bowen third in the North The recently published Northern Under 17 top 10 athletic rankings for 2006 reveal yet another tranche of Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes. It was expected that 400m star Harry Doran would figure highly after his national 14th placing and indeed his 400m sub-50 posting of 49.96 puts him third in the […]

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News December 2006

There are few athletic clubs that can boast a runner in the world’s top 50 but the 2006 rankings place Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star, Michael Rimmer,  31st with a 800m time of 1:45.23 recorded in Helsinki in July. He was two seconds of the top South African but at only 20 years of age can look […]

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Forrester Helm Hesketh

News October 2007

Young Athletes Road Relays The Young Athlete North of England Road Relay Championships were held at Manchester’s Sport city, a fitting start and finish venue even if a somewhat boring course around the adjacent Manchester City’s car parks. Having already attracted some attention by taking silver medals in the Merseyside Championships the previous week the […]

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News October 2005

NoEAA Road Relays 1 & 2 October A weekend of road relays saw Liverpool Pembroke Sefton`s Under 15 and Under 17 teams contest the North of England Championships at Sefton Park whilst their senior counterparts where similarly engaged at Blackpool`s Stanley Park. The Under 15 team were the most succesful finishing a good ninth but […]

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