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Opening Mid Lancs T&F Match

LPS were a little depleated for the opening Mid-Lancs fixture at Witton Park, Blackburn but there were still planty of winners. Pride of place must go to Dave McComb, not that he actualy did anything himself on the day, but his coached high jumpers won the senior mens and womens with Owen Southern and Debbie […]

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Cameron Ayres

Success at Medal Meeting

The final Mid-Lancs track & field event took the form of a medal meeting held at Stanley Park in Blackpool. Numbers were depleted in most events due to the number of athletes still away on holiday. Juniors, Matt Ingram & Kai Finch continued the dominance of their events. Matt winning both long (6.52m) & triple […]

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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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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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Kia Finch

Ticket to Beijing

Michael Rimmer produced a season best performance on Saturday finishing 5th in a world class field at the Olympic stadium in London. Always in contention, Michael found himself boxed in, but a gutsy performance over the last 50 metres saw him power through on the inside to record a time of 1:45.67 and secure the […]

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Clare Constable

Amazing comeback from Michael Rimmer

After a modest performance in the British Championships the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton 800m star, Michael Rimmer’s chances of selection for the World Championships in Beijing were all but written off. He needed to prove himself fast enough for the selectors. He did this in no uncertain style in Madrid. In a race packed with talented […]

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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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‘Sub 50 Club’

The Northern Track & Field championships took place over the weekend at Sports City in Manchester. Rarely can one club have dominated an event as much as LPS did in the senior 400m event with four athletes reaching the final and all running under 50 sec. Harry Doran was 2nd (47.82), Danny Higham 3rd (48.96),Luke […]

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Disappointing day at Leigh

The second of the Northern League Track and Field meetings(Division 2W) was at Leigh Sports Village. After an exciting first match the `unavailable’ list had lengthened and the Liverpool Pembroke Sefton club were struggling to cover events particularly the female ones. The male sprinters delivered with Adam Thomson(23.3) and Jesse Roberts(24.5) doubling up in the […]

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Kai Finch clears 1.75

Kai Finch moves up amongst the elite

The Mid-Lancs League Match at Litherland was virtually a home match for Liverpool Pembroke Sefton AC and was massively supported by the club. The were numerous excellent performances but the stand-out achievement has to be Under-15 Kai Finch who easily took the Under 15 High jump with a massive leap of 1.75m. This takes him […]

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