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Lauren Lewis

Seniors clinch third place

Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton’s senior team clinched third place on their return to division 2 of the Northern League. The meeting was held in glorious sunshine at the newly refurbished Wavertree Athletics centre in Liverpool. The event was won by a strong combined team from the Isle of Man (402), with last year’s winners, Leigh […]

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Aurora Dunne, Lucy Le Marinel & Tayla Reilly

Excellent Debut from Matthew

Seventy LPS athletes made the journey to Preston for the second fixture in this season’s Mid-Lancs Track & Field league. There were some excellent individual performances, none more so than from debutant, Matthew Hughes (U15B). The 14 year old from Formby was a comfortable winner of both 100m (12.3 sec) & 200m (24.9 sec). Other […]

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All smiles from the high jumpers L-R Sandy Clarkson, Kai Finch, Owen Southern

LPS jumpers scale new heights

A number of Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes made the short journey to Litherland Sports Park to compete in one of the final track & field meetings of the season. It was the male high jumpers who stole the show, with all 3 setting new personal best performers. Kai Finch broke the 2 metre barrier […]

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Lucy wins triple gold

Eighteen year old, Lucy Townson, took advantage of the Blackpool sunshine to win 3 gold medals in the senior sprint events, with victory in the 100m (12.9), 200m (26.4) & 400m (60.2). Not far behind her, was Lauren Lewis 17W who also won gold in the 100m (12.6) & 200m (26.0) before taking silver in […]

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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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Litherland Mid-Lancs Report

The final Mid-Lancs fixture held at Litherland was something of a low key event with most clubs depleted due to athletes away on holiday. However, there were still some excellent performances from Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton athletes on the day. Lauren Lewis(U17), following her disappointment at the English Schools, responded with 3 victories in the […]

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Bill Steel

Preston dominate latest Mid-Lancs fixture

Host club, Preston, dominated the latest Mid-Lancs Track & Field meeting winning both the boy’s (191) & girl’s(224) matches. There was a much improved performance from LPS girls who finished joint second (131) with Blackpool; the boys finished third behind Southport Waterloo (134.5) Remarkably, fifteen LPS girls competed at U15 level, with Imogen Ayres winning […]

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Tom Corcoran

Boys win Mid Lancs fixture

50 LPS athletes made their way to Clayton-le-Moors to contest the third fixture in this season’s Mid-Lancs Track & Field league and the boys finished as overall winners. Their points score of 157.5 put them narrowly ahead of Blackburn (155) & Preston (124.5). At senior level, Matt Ingram won both long (6.30m) & triple jump […]

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High Jumpers take the plaudits at Bebington Oval

Heavy overnight rain had left plenty of surface water at Bebington Oval, the venue for this year’s Mersesyside schools championships. Entries were disappointing, no doubt put off by the weather forecast of rain all day. From an LPS perspective it was Dave McComb’s high jump group who took the plaudits, winning all the age groups […]

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