Report/Results: Royal London 360 Youth League Round 14


Despite the stormy start to the day, conditions at the National Sports Centre in Douglas, Isle of Man last Tuesday night were near perfect for round 14 of Team Royal London 360’s youth league.

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A total of 242 competitors produced a series of exciting races to keep the large crowd of spectators entertained.

The Hampson twins continue to dominate the novices class with Caitlyn and sister Chloe finishing ahead of the field in first and second places respectively. Tiana Kelly was a solid third and Leon Murphy led the chasing bunch home for fourth. Ryan Batty and Emily Rewsin completed the top six.

In the born 2008 & Later age group Myles Le Geyt took the honours with a clear advantage over T.J.Teare, who outsprinted Alec Sorby, Lennon Moore and Ollie Eyres for second place. Leading girl Fearne Bregazzi got the better of George Kinnish in the struggle for sixth and Eddy Dillon came in on his own to grab eighth. Summer Peters and Joel Long rounded off the top ten leader board.

Cian Howard went from the gun in the Born 2007 event, taking the chequered flag with a sizeable lead over Orry Lund in a safe second place. Dexter Russell filled the final place on the podium and Florence Griffin pipped Jemma Quayle to take the girls’ award in fourth spot. Zack Bellhouse outpaced Sophie Hindson, Ellana Skillan and Charlie Scarffe in the gallop for sixth, with Rio Kelly just behind in tenth place.

Cian Jackson headed Ivan Sorby over the line to pick up his ninth win in the Born 2006 race. Owen Collins edged out Harry Corkish and Zachary Dowson in the tussle for third, while Corey Peters maintained station in a lonely sixth spot. Samuel Devereau outgunned Harry Eyres and Jenson Artus in the dash for seventh, with relative newcomer and first girl Nicola Quaye pipping Sophie Smith for tenth.

In the Born 2005 class Harry Kneen attacked breakaway partner Mairi Harrison on the final lap to bag maximum points for the second week in succession. Tyler Annis overcame Oliver Sykes, Chloe Dillon and Harry Boyle in the rush for third and Monty Russell led Frank Kinnish and James Scott in for seventh. Luca Moretta beat Josh Holden and Daniel Martin in the sprint for tenth and Claire Mason just got the verdict over Harley Howland-Smith in the scrap for 13th..

Dillon Dowson was too quick for fellow frontrunners Ben Boyle, Ralf Holden, Cameron Dudley and Kiera Prentice in the gallop at the end of the Born 2004 contest . Megan Boardman was a close sixth and Nathan Slack held off Annabel Corkill and Amy Quayle in the battle for seventh.

Jonty Bregazzi and Percy Hampton escaped from the pack on the opening lap of the Born 2003 category and stayed away to the finish where Bregazzi edged out Hampton for the win. Zac Walker, who was riding up a class, fended off Matthew Cooil and Jack Christian in the dart for third and Darcy Cain claimed the girls’ honours in ninth spot. In the following Born 2002 & Earlier grouping Kaitlin Slack took the win ahead of Aaron Lund, with Emma Draper spearheading chasers James Harrison, Corrin Leeming and Joseph Corkish for third.

The three racing bike classes rounded off an exciting evening of racing.

In the Under 10’s event Jonty Bregazzi notched up his second success of the night, outsprinting thirteen other riders in a frantic bunch finish. Zac Walker and Jake Wilson were second and third, closely followed by Ralf Holden, Matthew Black and Dillon Dowson, who salvaged sixth after leading the sprint out. The first three girls were Darcy Cain, Kiera Prentice and Mairi Harrison in 14th, 16th and 17th places respectively.

The Under 12’s race followed a similar pattern, with Tosh Teare winning the thirteen-strong leading bunch sprint from Charlie Gibson and Max Walker. Emily Bridson, who along with Walker stretched the field on several occasions, was an excellent fourth ahead of Will Corkill and Adam Scarffe, who rounded off the top six. Chloe Crellin and the ever improving Amelia Sharpe were the second and third girls in ninth and tenth positions.

In the Under 16’s twenty five lapper Nathan Draper, Matthew Bostock, Michael Moss and Owen Dudley broke away in the early stages and, despite losing the services of Dudley with wheel trouble at half-distance, went on to lap the field – something that Mark Cavendish used to do on a regular basis when he was honing his skills down at the NSC..

At the finish Draper beat Bostock by the narrowest of margins, with Moss happy to take a fine third just behind them. Joe Haddock was a good fourth ahead of Will Draper and Conor Davies, with Phoebe Ferguson the first girl in tenth place.


1. Caitlyn Hampson – 1st Girl
2. Chloe Hampson
3. Tiana Kelly
4. Leon Murphy
5. Ryan Batty
6. Emily Rewsin
7. Lily-Ann Scott
8. Harrison Skillan
9. Cormac Doherty
10. Archie Mulholland
11. Lula Kinnish
12. Daniel Matthews
13. Talia Newman-Jackson
14. Hugo Howland-Smith
15. Robbie Valerga
16. Herbie Hampton-France
17. Joseph Barker
18. Thomas Ashall
19. Graihagh Morgan
20. Lucy O’Connor
21. Taylor Moore
22. Joshua Cross
23. Kylan Murphy
24. Jacob Kennedy
25. Frazer Brownless
26. Amelie Geldart
27, Jake Sheridan
28. Jasper Skillicorn
29. Lucy Cartwright
30. Deena Barker
31. Harry Wilson
32. Charlie Valerga
33. Macauley Teare
34. Josie Quirk
35. Alannah Farrell
36. Isabella Clarke
37. Liberty Delooze
38. Heni Cubbon
39. Harvey Pitts
40. Samuel Dowson

1. Myles Le Geyt
2. T.J.Teare
3. Alec Sorby
4. Lennon Moore
5. Ollie Eyres
6. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
7. George Kinnish
8. Eddy Dillon
9. Summer Peters
10. Joel Long
11. Edward Field
12. Alex Ringham
13. Lewis Quirk
14. Ethan Skillicorn
15. Charlotte Geldart
16. Poppy Bregazzi
17. Nicole Delooze
18. Freddie Griffin
19. Finneley Richards
20. Jarno Davidson
21. Ella Darnill
22. Jack Warren
23. Lewis Caine
24. Leah Prentice
25. Harrison Lockwood
26. Cameron Hounsell
27. Callie Cubbon
28. Stanley Cubbon
29. Ava Duncan
30. Florrie Thomas
31. Alexandra Bell
32. Stanley Kinnish
33. Ethan Watt
34. Faye Wilson
35. Jasmine Dillon
36. Thomas Kerruish
37. Anna Boardman
38. Kelly Domingo
39. Liam Barker
40. Imogen Faragher
41. Niamh Smith
42. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
43. Ealee Cubbon

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Dexter Russell
4. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
5. Jemma Quayle
6. Zack Bellhouse
7. Sophie Hindson
8. Ellana Skillan
9. Charlie Scarffe
10. Rio Kelly
11. Liam Bedford
12. Samuel Barker
13. Amy Cross
14. Finley Maguire
15. Lewin Scarffe
16. Owen Pilley
17. Jack Smith
18. Izzy Craig
19. Nathan Jackson
20. Joseph Devereau
21. Jessica Falconer
22. Ryan Sheridan
23. Matty Valerga

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Owen Collins
4. Harry Corkish
5. Zachary Dowson
6. Corey Peters
7. Samuel Devereau
8. Harry Eyres
9. Jenson Artus
10. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
11. Sophie Smith
12. Rebecca Cooil
13. Dominik Stawny
14. Tomas Flowers
15. Orry Purcell
16. Lucy Field
17. Jack Christian
18. James Moore
19. Joseph Corlett
20. Thobert Kerruish
21. Lily-Rose Gawne
22. Ethan Bratty
23. Grace Gawne
24. Hayden Richards
25. James Bell
26. Lula Thomas

BORN 2005
1. Harry Kneen
2. Mairi Harrison – 1st Girl
3. Tyler Annis
4. Oliver Sykes
5. Chloe Dillon
6. Harry Boyle
7. Monty Russell
8. Frank Kinnish
9. James Scott
10. Luca Moretta
11. Josh Holden
12. Daniel Martin
13. Claire Mason
14. Harley Howland-Smith
15. Harvey Coole
16. Jacob Brookes
17. Juan Domingo
18. Eimear Boyle
19. Josef Bell

BORN 2004
1. Dillon Dowson
2. Ben Boyle
3. Ralf Holden
4. Cameron Dudley
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
6. Megan Boardman
7. Nathan Slack
8. Annabel Corkill
9. Amy Quayle
10. Nathan O’Connor
11. James Devereau
12. Toby Craig
13. Nancy Wheeler
14. Benjamin Woodall
15. Millie Corlett
16. Caitlin Matthews

BORN 2003
1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. Percy Hampton
3. Matthew Cooil
4. Jack Christian
5. Matthew Black
6. Ryan Quirk
7. Stephen Arnold
8. Darcy Cain – 1st Girl
9. Jack Collister
10. Scott Mason
11. Kai Jones
12. Sam Cunningham
13. Ross Arnold
14. Kieran Bratty
15. Seth Coole
16. Charlie Bell
17. Lucy Gaylor

1. Kaitlin Slack – 1st Girl
2. Aaron Lund
3. Emma Draper
4. James Harrison
5. Corrin Leeming
6. Joseph Corkish
7. Shellan Leeming
8. Kyle Batty
9. Tom Kermode
10. Thomas Coleman
11. Jodie Fox

1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. Zac Walker
3. Jake Wilson
4. Ralf Holden
5. Matthew Black
6. Dillon Dowson
7. Matthew Cooil
8. Tyler Hannay
9. Joshua Kelly
10. Cameron Dudley
11. Jack Christian
12. Harry Kneen
13. Nathan Slack
14. Darcy Cain – 1st Girl
15. Cian Jackson
16. Kiera Prentice
17. Mairi Harrison
18. Jack Sowerby
19. Ryan Quirk
20. Ben Boyle
21. Zachary Dowson
22. Callum Crellin
23. Orry Lund
24. Chloe Comaish
25. Mia Warren
26. Harvey Coole
27. McKenzie Callister
28. Seth Coole

1. Tosh Teare
2. Charlie Gibson
3. Max Walker
4. Emily Bridson – 1st Girl
5. Will Corkill
6. Adam Scarffe
7. Juan Kneen
8. Aaron Lund
9. Chloe Crellin
10. Amelia Sharpe
11. Conor Gelling
12. Corrin Leeming
13. Emma Draper
14. James Harrison
15. Corey Hill
16. Charlie Moss
17. Shellan Leeming
18. Daniel Sowerby
19. Tom Kermode
20. Blae Cain
21. Carrick Thomas
22. Jamie Comaish

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


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