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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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Thomas Walsh

Record turnout for cross challenge at Sefton Park

There was a record turnout of LPS athletes for the annual Cross Challenge event held in Liverpool’s Sefton Park. This event gave all local youngsters the opportunity to compete against the best athletes in the 4 home countries. Persistent rain during the week ensured the ground underfoot was extremely soft and the early races soon […]

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Amy English, Hannah WilliamsonU15 Girls

North West Road Relays

U11’s shine at North West Road Relays After some heavy early morning rain the clouds cleared to provide excellent conditions for running at the North West road relay championships held at Blackpool’s Stanley Park. First up were the club’s under 11 teams and they turned out to be the most successful, with the boys winning […]

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Maddy Firth-Cook, Kia Cheetham, Ellen Murgatroyd, Megan Barnsley, and Alex Barnsley.

Ladies Day

Liverpool Pembroke Sefton were co-hosts of the final Mid-Lancs Cross Country League match at a sunny Beacon Park, Skelmersdale. The dramatic backdrop saw some fiercely contested races in spite of eventual league positions being largely per-determined. It was a particularly good day for the club’s females. The Under 15s were without star Rosie Johnson resting […]

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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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Courageous Kyle comes good

The final Liverpool and District League race found Liverpool Pembroke Sefton struggling to field a team but for those who showed at Stadt Moers Park it was an uplifting experience as the stalwarts present all raised their game. Pride of place went to Kyle Nicholls who has adjusted well to racing at senior level. He […]

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News July 2007

Phil Taylor in Barcelona After a fabulous indoor season Liverpool Pembroke Sefton’s international 400m runner has struggled with injury and is just emerging in the outdoor scene. His times have been for him modest and he forsook the poor weather in Britain for a meeting in Barcelona. Here again bad luck dogged him and the […]

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Michael Rimmer

News June 2007

Northern Senior League Northern Senior League Match 2 Stockport Team result: 1. Bolton(412), 2. Stockport(354), 3. St Helens Sutton(302), 4. LPS(288), 5. Manx(285), 6. West Cheshire(275) Again a very much weakened team but a big congratulations to the handful of girls who repeatedly doubled up to score useful points. Particularly satisfying was the partnership of Laura Abel, […]

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Robbie near the end of Snowdon Mountain race

News July 2006

Young Athletes at Wrexham Seniors at Wavertree Liverpool Pembroke Sefton have found Division 1 of the Senior Northern Track and Field League composed of Trafford, Sale, Gateshead, Leeds and Trafford a tough proposition. LPS hosted the third of the encounters at Wavertree Stadium and were hopeful of moving out of the relegation zone. It was […]

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News June 2006

Rimmer joins the elite The British Milers Club promote high quality races with the purpose of raising standards in British middle distance running. Watford was such an occasion and local hero Michael Rimmer seized his opportunity. The Liverpool Pembroke Sefton athlete tracked the Notts AC 800m star Richard Hill through a blistering pace to clock a […]

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