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Jenny Pyatt

Jumpers hit the heights at Wavertree

Liverpool Harriers once again held their pre-season open meets at Wavertree. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton jumpers were there in force and came away with a clutch of medals and personal bests. At Under 17 Jorden Pilkington outclassed her rivals with a 1.55m leap while Sadie McNulty tied for first at Under 15 with 1.45m. In an […]

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James Loftus and Mark Wynne battle it out at Halewood

A wet start at Blackpool

Blackpool was the venue for the first track & field meeting in the ┬áMid-Lancs league. Persistent rain throughout made conditions difficult for athletes. Forty six Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes competed and the club showed its dominance in a number of events. Luke Edwards (49.80) led the club to a 1,2,3 in the men’s 400 […]

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Dan chases international selection

For many the English Schools Cross Country Championships represent the high point of the season. Liverpool Pembroke Sefton had six members at Wollaton Park, Nottingham for these hard fought races. In the Intermediate boys Daniel Slater was impressive once more hanging in with the very best in the country and finishing a good seventh. There […]

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Richard Weeks, Aaron Jarvis, Sean Kirkbride, Mark Wynne, Sammy Rashid, Danny Gilbody

Here, there and everywhere!

It was a weekend where Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athletes were literally everywhere. The Liverpool and District Cross Country Championship at Clarke Gardens, founded in 1891,has a strong pull on the emotions. Medals are still important. Richard Burney of Liverpool Harriers was a popular and runaway winner towing his team mates to an easy victory but […]

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Rosie Johnson in action at Witton Park

Only for the brave

The Witton Park cross country course is difficult at the best of times but in ferocious weather conditions that changed even during races it was one decidedly only `only for the brave’. Nevertheless the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club provided a clutch of runners that faced the challenge, notably Junior Rosie Johnson, who took on some […]

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Dominic O'Hanlon, Matthew Ingram & Rob Ward

Jumps & Throws at Wavertree

The traditional end of season jumps & throws meeting took place at Wavertree on Saturday with nine LPS youngsters taking part and the high jumpers maintaining their dominance of the event. Scarlet Whitfield added to her gold medal from last week by winning the U13G high jump with a leap of 1.30m, whilst Emma Ward […]

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Dave McComb & Kia Finch

Kia Finch best ever

Kai Finch, Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Under 15 star High Jumper, has had his fair share of disappointment in the current Track and Field season but determination and courage finally won out at the Southport Waterloo Open Track and Field Meeting at Litherland. Untroubled by other competitors he sailed over a controlled 1.80m. This was a […]

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Scarlet Whitfield & Sadie McNulty

Jenny & Will break through the 40 metre barrier

In the last major track & field competition of the season, the England Athletic championships at Bedford, Jenny Pyatt finally managed to break through the 40m barrier in the discus. Competing in the U17W event, Jenny’s throw of 40.56m was good enough to win her the bronze medal. In the U15B high jump, Kai Finch’s […]

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Amelia McLaughlin EA Senior High Jump Champion 2015

Amelia is the EA Senior High Jump Champion.

After the disappointment of finishing second at the English schools championships last month, Amelia Jennings-McLaughlin has won the England Athletics Senior High Jump Championships at Bedford with a leap of 1.77m. All the hard work with coach, Sue Moncrief, has paid off and Amelia has become the club’s first senior EA champion for many years. […]

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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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