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Junior Champions

Double joy for LPS

Liverpool Pemboke Sefton pulled off an unusual sporting double taking the same cross country title in two different locations. The club’s Merseyside Under 20s were at Arrowe Park and were led by a rampant Jai Vernon-McGuigan who stormed to victory. Ben Costello, as sound as ever, took the silver and with excellent performances from Warren […]

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Lisa Gawthorne, Bua Kalasiram, Keia Bowes, Kirsty Longley, Scarlett Collins

Rosie amongst the best

Liverpool’s Sefton Park was once again the venue for the McCain’s Cross Challenge series of races including the European Trials. The best in the country turn up for this one and it is a tough test for local athletes. Once again Liverpool Pembroke Sefton’s Rosie Johnson demonstrated her potential and was always in the leading […]

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Kirsty & Lisa September 2012

Lisa sails to a PB at Southport

The Northern Relays were at Leigh and Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Under 17 men got a good start to the winter season by taking 14th spot in the three lap race. Ryan Blackwell (10.39) ran strong on the lead off leg and James Loftus(11.04) and Jonathan Bride(12.03) showed they are also in good form. The Senior […]

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Slow start for LPS

The winter season got under way with the North West Relays at Marbury Country Park, Northwich. As usual Liverpool Pembroke Sefton made a modest start. In the Senior Mens race the club fielded four Lancashire runners and six Merseyside. The Lancashire quartet¬†featured a strong first lap from Alistair Nelson(17.35) followed by Sean Kirkbride(18.29), Kyle Nicholls(19.14) […]

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Phil Taylor

News March 2009

England Gold for Alistair Nelson 28 March For someone who only took up running only 9 months ago 13 year Alistair Nelson has enjoyed a roller coaster ride to the top of his sport. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton cross country runner has shown remarkable talent and composure. By finishing fourth in the English Schools Championships […]

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News February 2009

Taylor & Doran Excel 21/22 February Phil Taylor went to the Aviva Grand Prix Indoor Meeting at Birmingham knowing he had to turn in a convincing 400m invitation race to impress the selectors choosing the GB team for the European Championships in Turin. In spite of being badly bumped at the 200m break line he […]

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News January 2009

Taylor just misses out 31 January The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton senior sprint star, Phil Taylor, switched back to his favourite event, the 400m, for the Birmingham Games at the National Indoor Arena. After a good heat time of 48.89 Phil had swift semi-final qualifier of 47.79 which raised expectation for the final but a poor […]

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News December 2008

Success on two fronts! 13 December Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton were in cross country action in two different places recording significant results some 40 miles apart. In the Liverpool and District League at Stadt Moers Park, Whiston, the club`s senior men got their best result in over 5 years. Spearheaded by a strong third place […]

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News November 2008

Sefton Park Challenge 29 November ¬† Competing in the Sefton Park UK Cross Country Challenge meeting against some of the best in the country Toby Loveridge, turned in yet another excellent performance when he finished 16th overall in spite of being at the lower end of the Under 17 age group. Included in this was […]

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News October 2008

Kirsty in great form 19th October Kirsty in great form Liverpool Pembroke Sefton star, Kirsty Longley, was in great form at Southport’s Victoria Park in the Asics Natterjack 10K Road Race, comfortably taking first in the Women’s race with 38.44, a personal best that she will try to lower to sub-38 before the year is […]

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