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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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L&D match 1 report Arrowe Park

Arrowe Park was the venue for the first of this season’s Liverpool & District senior cross country races. Athletes had to contend with strong winds & blustery conditions as they made their way around the three laps of the course. Liverpool Harriers dominated the race claiming the first 4 positions and not surprisingly the team […]

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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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LPS athletes at Ormskirk 10k L_R Sam Carr, Adam Jones, Mark Hudson, Andy Foster, Mike Gall, Victoria Gilbody,Steve Lennon, Danny Gilbody, Michael Anderson, Dan Jones

Dan Jones wins Ormskirk 10k

LPS junior Dan Jones was a comfortable winner of the Ormskirk 10k in 34.54 with his brother Adam finishing 6th in 37.26, Andy Foster was 8th in 38.14 with Mike Gall just behind in 10th. Steve Lennon was 25th, Dan Gilbody 27th and Mark Hudson 32nd. Mark Wynne was 2nd at the Natterjack 10k in […]

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L-R Tom Dickinson, Adam Jones, Ross Harrison

Tough Going for LPS teams at NA Road Relays

This year’s northern road relays were held at Sport City, with the course taking a number of circuits around the Etihad football stadium and it proved tough going for the LPS teams who took part First up were the U15 Boys team, with the trio of Tom Corcoran (11.34), Thomas Ralfs (13.30) & Oliver Sutcliffe […]

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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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Mark Wynne and Helen Sahgal

Merseyside Grand Prix Success for Helen

Helen Sahgal continued her fine run of form by winning the latest race in the Merseyside Grand Prix series. Her victory in the Penny Lane 10K (37.51) was over 2 mins ahead of the second lady home. In the same event, Victory Gilbody (44.17) was 8th & Kirsty Mackenzie (49.18) was 25th. In the men’s […]

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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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LPS trio fly the GB flag

Three LPS athletes represented Great Britain at this year’s European Duathlon Championships which were held at Soria in central Spain at the weekend.All competitors were required to 5km, followed by a 20km cycle before completing the event with a 2.5km run. Running at altitude, in what were very windy conditions and an extremely hilly terrain, […]

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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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