Report/Results: Royal London 360 Youth League Round 12


Conditions could not have been any better for the 256 competitors who turned out at sun-drenched National Sports Centre last Tuesday night for round 12 of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

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In sharp contrast to the wet weather that forced the cancellation of the previous week’s racing, conditions could not have been any better for the 256 competitors who turned out at sun-drenched National Sports Centre last Tuesday night for round 12 of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

The novices got the proceedings underway, with Caitlyn Hampson taking the honours ahead of the fast finishing Tiana Kelly who overtook Chloe Hampson on the finishing straight to secure the runners-up spot. Megan Callin was a solid fourth and Ryan Batty ousted Aaron Kinvig in the tussle for fifth. Molly Hinds led William Lomas home for seventh and Leon Murphy was too quick for Zoe Bridson, Lily-Ann Scott and Talia Newman-Jackson in the rush for ninth.

In the born 2008 & later class Myles Le Geyt got the verdict in a very close finish with T.J.Teare. Chaser Ollie Eyres was a safe third and Lennon Moore edged out Fearne Bregazzi and Eddy Dillon in the dash for fourth. George Kinnish was a lonely seventh and Alec Sorby won the bunch gallop for eighth. Callum Christian and Charlotte Geldart rounded off the top ten.

Cian Howard had to fight off a strong challenge from Orry Lund before sealing the victory in the born 2007 category. Archie Dunn led Dexter Russell and Jemma Quayle home to secure the final place on the podium, with Florence Griffin coming from behind to snatch sixth from Rio Kelly, Ben Davies and Zack Bellhouse. Charlie Scarffe outsprinted Greg Kelly to complete the top ten leader board.

In another close battle Ivan Sorby held off Cian Jackson in the final sprint to bag maximum points in the born 2006 event. Drystan Sewell pipped Owen Collins for third and Harry Corkish recovered from a last lap crash to salvage fifth. Corey Peters and Harry Eyres came in separately to claim sixth and seventh, while Samuel Devereau headed the main chasing group in for eighth. Jenson Artus took ninth and relative newcomer Nicola Quaye was the first girl in a very good tenth spot.

Fresh from his win in the supporting race in the British Youth Championships, Niall Colquitt rode clear of a ten-strong breakaway group to score a fine solo win in the born 2005 race. Harry Kneen got the better of Oliver Sykes, Oliver Corkish and Mairi Harrison in the surge for second, with Oscar Lace fending off Chloe Dillon and Tyler Annis in the scrap for sixth.

Zac Walker dropped fellow frontrunner Ralf Holden on the final circuit to maintain his unbeaten record in the born 2004 class. Ben Boyle outgunned Cameron Dudley for third and Kiera Prentice kept chasers James Devereau, Megan Boardman and Nathan Slack at bay to take the girls’ prize in fifth place.

Attacking out of the final corner, Jonty Bregazzi outpaced his companions in a lead group of six riders to win the born 2003 three lapper. Matthew Cooil and Matthew Black were second and third closely followed by Jack Christian, Thomas Skillicorn and leading girl Darcy Cain. In the following born 2002 & earlier grouping Lucas Mudie was the clear winner ahead of Kaitlin Slack, Aaron Lund, Emma Draper and Joseph Corkish.

In the under 10 racing bikes the frontrunners stayed together until the closing stages. Matthew Black tried to get away on the last lap, but in the end it all came down to a bunch gallop which Zac Walker won. Jonty Bregazzi and Matthew Cooil were second and third, with Ralf Holden and Matthew Black trailing in for fourth and fifth. Alex Lace wrapped up the top six.

A slow opening few laps also kept the field in close company in the under 12 racing bikes. Ten riders contested the finish with Tosh Teare edging out Charlie Gibson for the win. Conor Gelling was a good third ahead of Max Walker, Adam Scarffe, Aaron Lund and Will Corkill, who all finished in that order. Charlie Moss, Chloe Crellin and Amelia Sharpe were the first three girls in 9th, 10th and 12th places respectively.

Finally, in the under 16 racing bikes Nathan Draper outsprinted Matthew Bostock for the victory after the pair had broken away at two thirds distance. The chasing pack were unable to close the ever increasing gap and the two leaders were left to fight it out between themselves. Matthew Draper took the sprint for third, beating Michael Moss in the an exciting sprint finish. Conor Davies was the best under 14 rider in an impressive fifth place and Elizabeth Holden the first girl in sixth spot.


1. Caitlyn Hampson – 1st Girl
2. Tiana Kelly
3. Chloe Hampson
4. Megan Callin
5. Ryan Batty
6. Aaron Kinvig
7. Molly Hinds
8. William Lomas
9. Leon Murphy
10. Zoe Bridson
11. Lily-Ann Scott
12. Talia Newman-Jackson
13. Matthew Higgins
14. Lewis Cannon
15. Hugo Howland-Smith
16. Archie Mulholland
17. Joshua Cross
18. Joseph Barker
19. Lucy O’Connor
20. Daniel Matthews
21. Oliver Shaw
22. Taylor Moore
23. Kylan Murphy
24. Lula Kinnish
25. Amelie Geldart
26. Alannah Farrell
27. Rachel Boyle
28. Lucy Cartwright
29. Frazer Brownless
30. Lilee Venables
31. Deena Barker
32. Oscar Christian
33. Billy McCullough
34. Harry Wilson
35. Alesha Challenor
36. Isabella Clarke
37. Macauley Teare
38. Oliver Christian
39. Josie Quirk
40. Heni Cubbon

1. Myles Le Geyt
2. T.J.Teare
3. Ollie Eyres
4. Lennon Moore
5. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
6. Eddy Dillon
7. George Kinnish
8. Alec Sorby
9. Callum Christian
10. Charlotte Geldart
11. Freddie Griffin
12. Jack Cain
13. Nicole Delooze
14. Summer Peters
15. Thomas Kerruish
16. Alex Ringham
17. Finneley Richards
18. Oliver Cooper
19. Samuel Corkill
20. Ryan Nelson
21. Cameron Hounsell
22. Jarno Davidson
23. Jack Warren
24. Lewis Quirk
25. Alexandra Bell
26. Callie Cubbon
27. Leah Prentice
28. Ella Darnill
29. Poppy Bregazzi
30. Max Convery
31. Lewis Caine
32. Colby Newbold
33. Stanley Kinnish
34. Ella Hurt
35. Sophie Callow
36. Ethan Watt
37. Faye Wilson
38. Robert Tomlinson
39. Florrie Thomas
40. Kelly Domingo
41. Ben Coole
42. Finn McKeirnan
43. Jasmine Dillon
44. Niamh Smith

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Archie Dunn
4. Dexter Russell
5. Jemma Quayle – 1st Girl
6. Florence Griffin
7. Rio Kelly
8. Ben Davies
9. Zack Bellhouse
10. Charlie Scarffe
11. Greg Kelly
12. Thomas Monaghan
13. Owen Pilley
14. Lewin Scarffe
15. Finley Maguire
16. Regan Corrin
17. Ed Coole
18. Samuel Barker
19. Liam Bedford
20. Izzy Craig
21. Joseph Devereau
22. Amy Cross
23. Jack Smith
24. Harry Deering
25. Sydney Waterhouse
26. Ryan Sheridan
27. Matthew Boyle
28. Nathan Jackson
29. Alex Harris-Burland

BORN 2006
1. Ivan Sorby
2. Cian Jackson
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Owen Collins
5. Harry Corkish
6. Corey Peters
7. Harry Eyres
8. Samuel Devereau
9. Jenson Artus
10. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
11. Sophie Smith
12. Thomas Reed
13. Tomas Flowers
14. Rebecca Cooil
15. James Moore
16. Jack Christian
17. Orry Purcell
18. Callum Larkin
19. Charlie Convery
20. Hayden Richards
21. Joseph Corlett
22. Libbie Thompson
23. Tom Darnill
24. Natalie Howland
25. Ethan Bratty
26. James Bell
27. Lula Thomas
28. Ruby McCubbin
29. Imogen Cooper
30. Jake Rout-Moore
31. Kate Lace
32. Gabriella Corkish
33. Thobert Kerruish
34. Sarah Bridson
35. Molly Larkin

BORN 2005
1. Niall Colquitt
2. Harry Kneen
3. Oliver Sykes
4. Oliver Corkish
5. Mairi Harrison – 1st Girl
6. Oscar Lace
7. Chloe Dillon
8. Tyler Annis
9. Teddy Dunn
10. Ryan Corrin
11. Frank Kinnish
12. George Killip
13. James Scott
14. Louis Creer
15. Harley Howland-Smith
16. Joey Magee
17. Alexander Deering
18. Ben Shimmin
19. Peter Lloyd
20. Trina Gosling
21. Claire Mason
22. Jacob Brookes
23. Josef Bell
24. William Teare

BORN 2004
1. Zac Walker
2. Ralf Holden
3. Ben Boyle
4. Cameron Dudley
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
6. James Devereau
7. Megan Boardman
8. Nathan Slack
9. Nathan O’Connor
10. Amy Quayle
11. Nancy Wheeler
12. Toby Craig
13. Annabel Corkill
14. Joseph Teare
15. Aimee Christian
16. Benjamin Woodall
17. Philip Bridson
18. Lucy Callow
19. Lize Marais
20. Charley Knight

BORN 2003
1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. Matthew Cooil
3. Matthew Black
4. Jack Christian
5. Thomas Skillicorn
6. Darcy Cain – 1st Girl
7. Emily Kinley
8. Kai Jones
9. Ryan Quirk
10. Scott Mason
11. Sam Cunningham
12. Kieran Bratty
13. Charlie Bell

1. Lucas Mudie
2. Kaitlin Slack – 1st Girl
3. Aaron Lund
4. Emma Draper
5. Joseph Corkish
6. Ciara Sowerby
7. Owen Hurt
8. Ben Wosser
9. Libbie Christian
10. Kyle Batty

1. Zac Walker
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Matthew Cooil
4. Ralf Holden
5. Matthew Black
6. Alex Lace
7. Darcy Cain – 1st Girl
8. Niall Colquitt
9. Cameron Dudley
10. Nathan Slack
11. Kiera Prentice
12. Jack Christian
13. Harry Kneen
14. Ryan Quirk
15. Oliver Corkish
16. Teddy Dunn
17. Mairi Harrison
18. Thomas Skillicorn
19. Joshua Kelly
20. Ben Boyle
21. Callum Crellin
22. Chloe Comaish
23. Seth Coole
24. Harvey Coole
25. McKenzie Callister

1. Tosh Teare
2. Charlie Gibson
3. Conor Gelling
4. Max Walker
5. Adam Scarffe
6. Aaron Lund
7. Will Corkill
8. Daniel Sowerby
9. Charlie Moss – 1st Girl
10. Chloe Crellin
11. Juan Kneen
12. Amelia Sharpe
13. Blae Cain
14. Emma Draper
15. Carrick Thompson
16. Samuel Gordon

1. Nathan Draper
2. Matthew Bostock
3. Matthew Draper
4. Michael Moss
5. Conor Davies
6. Elizabeth Holden – 1st Girl
7. Joseph Haddock
8. William Draper
9. Thomas Bostock
10. Nathan Hinks
11. Daniel Scarffe
12. Phoebe Ferguson
13. Adam Kelly
14. Joe Harris
15. Lucas Mudie
16. Kaitlin Slack
17. Ben Christian
18. Callum Davies
19. Harry Cain
20. Joseph Corkish


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