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Bill Steel in action at NA Champs at Leigh

Finch & Southern claim medals Northern Athletics Championships

Kai Finch & Owen Southern were the club’s only medallists at this year’s northern track & field championships held at Leigh Sports Arena. Over the weekend. Kai (1.90m) & Owen (1.75m) took silver & bronze in the U17 men’s high jump. Fellow high jumper, Sandy Clarkson, narrowly missed out on a medal finishing 4th in […]

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LPS Triumph Again

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton travelled to Tameside for their final Northern League track & field fixture. Although not as dominant as in their previous 3 matches, the team triumphed again, recording 32 first place finishes in the A & B events. Final positions were 1. 408 LPS, 2.387 East Cheshire, 3. 196 Border, 4. 197 […]

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Alex Bunclark, Clare Constable, Helen Sahgal & Hillary Honeyball

Jenny claims bronze at English schools

LPS athlete, Jenny Pyatt, representing Cheshire schools, won bronze at this year’s English Schools Track & Field Championships, held at Alexandra stadium in Birmingham. Her throw of 41.86 metres, although below her personal best for the season, secured her third place in the senior girl’s event. Kai Finch(1.89m) will be disappointed with his 6th place […]

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Jenny Pyatt

Jenny shatters northern championship record

Jenny Pyatt won the U20 women’s discus at this year’s northern championships with a throw of 43.51m and in doing so shattered the championship record which had stood for 25 years. What better way to warm up for the English schools championships early next month. Also, competing at Sports City was Emma Givens who won […]

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Lauren Lewis

LPS consolidate to spot

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton travelled to Burnley to contest their second fixture in the northern league and came away with a resounding victory, to consolidate their top position in the league. Their points tally of 438 was 64 more than East Cheshire AC & contained 25 first place victories. LPS dominated the sprints & throws. […]

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Scarlet Whitfield with long jumper Jazmin Sawyers

Bedford International Games

Some of the UK’s best ‘up and coming ‘ and experienced field athletes, along with UKA’s elite coaching fraternity attended this quality event. All athletes were trying to get a qualifying standard for entry to this year’s World, Commonwealth Youth or European U23 championships. The competition included a number of olympian & GB athletes, such […]

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Martha Simms

County Championships Success

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes were again split between two venues as they contested the medals at Blackpool & Bebington in the Lancashire & Merseyside Track & Field Championships. Pride of place at Blackpool went to U17 Lauren Lewis who completed a double winning the 100m in 12.7sec and achieved a PB in winning the […]

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Winning start to 2017 league season.

Liverpool Pembroke & Seftons foray into division three saw us open with a lengthy away day to Whitehaven. Despite several gaps on the team sheet there was no need to worry as the team recorded it’s first opening day win for several years. It was a joy to see so many youngsters coming through the […]

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Kirsty Longley

Jenny and Kirsty sparkle

Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton stars, Jenny Pyatt and Kirsty Longley, had a weekend to remember. Guesting for Liverpool Harriers at a Youth Development League in Preston, Jenny threw the Discus an amazing 45.11m. The 18 year old  immediately leapt into the top 10 UK athletes and third in the Junior lists. Needless to say it […]

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Mark Wynne & Kirsty Longley at Hale

5 miler joy for Kirsty & Mark

The ‘Hale 5 Miler’ took place on Sunday and there was double joy for two Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton runners who produced excellent performances on the day. Kirsty Longley(29.38) was the first female runner home, while Mark Wynne finished in 8th place overall but first over 40 in a new personal best time of 27.16. […]

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