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U15 Girls

Testing Conditions at Leigh

Freezing temperatures and muddy conditions greeted those athletes who ventured out to compete in the third Mid-Lancs race at Leigh Sports Village. Kirsty Longley continued her fine run of form by winning the senior women’s race. She was well supported by Tiffany Penfold (8th and 2nd junior) and Maxine Thompson (13th) and their team score […]

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LPS Under 13 Boys Team

Mud Dominates at Cuerden Valley.

A record number (53) of Liverpool Pembroke athletes made the short journey to Cuerden Valley Park to compete in the opening fixture of the Mid Lancs Cross Country League. This is a true cross country course with varying slopes, plenty of mud and even a couple of river crossings. The best individual performance of the […]

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Imogen wins bronze at Northern Champs

A number of LPS athletes made the journey across the Pennines on sunday to compete in the U15 Northern Indoors Championships. Pride of place went to Imogen Ayres who equalled her championship best performance(1.45m) to win the bronze medal in the high jump. In addition a number of athletes from Phil Whitfield’s coaching group also […]

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Maxine Thompson

Maxine & Clare in hit top spot

LPS athlete Maxine Thompson stormed to an impressive win in the 1st West Lancs Triathlon event held at Edge Hill Campus on August 28th. Maxine completed the 400 metre pool swim, 20k bike and 5k run in a time of 1 hour 4 minutes and 55 seconds almost a minute ahead of the second woman […]

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Joe Milton (400m)& Luke Edwards taking the baton for the final leg of 400m relay

The sun shines on LPS

It was a glorious summer’s day when LPS competed in their third Northern League fixture at Longford Park in Stretford on Sunday. There was a welcome return to competition for both Charlotte Christian who wonthe ‘B’ Hammer (24.53m) & Discus (19.69m)and Ruth Doran who won the Shot(10.10m). They were well supported in the throws department by […]

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Individual awards went to Adam Jones (U15B -silver)& Ross Harrison (U15B - bronze)

Ian wins Jacobs Leg-it 10K

Ian Roberts obviously likes this race having won it before. It starts and finishes at Edge Hill University and covers surrounding roads and tracks. He had things pretty much the same as previously coming home first in a decent 35.10. Richard Weekes was 5th on 37.43 and Chris Pedder 12th and 1st O55 in 41.15. […]

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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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Good times from Jonathan and Jack

Saturday saw LPS’s Jonathon Bride make an early start to take part in the Ormskirk 5km Park Run at Edge Hill. Going with the pace from the start, Jonathon maintained contact with the leading group and, despite helping a first-time runner take the right direction, managed to come home 2nd in a new pb of […]

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Superb performance from James Loftus

The final Liverpool and District League cross country match was held over a decidedly miserable and wet course at Stadt Moers Park, Whiston. Course organisers were probably predicting a poor turn out but in the event it was even worse than anticipated with the field halving from its usually fairly healthy numbers to a depressing […]

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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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