Report: Royal London Youth Cycling League Round 16


A good turnout of 232 riders at the National Sports Centre last Tuesday night for round sixteen of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man’s youth league

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by Dot Tilbury …

Considering that many of the regular competitors were away on their annual holidays, there was a good turnout of 232 riders at the National Sports Centre last Tuesday night for round sixteen of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

In the born 2008 & later category winner T.J. Teare went from the gun, leaving the rest of the field in his wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. Fearne Bregazzi was a safe second, with Alec Sorby and Lennon Moore trailing in behind her for third and fourth. Nicole Delooze pipped Colby Newbold for fifth and Charlotte Geldart held off chasers Ruby O’Boyle, Samuel Corkill and Jarno Davidson in the rush for seventh.

Caitlyn Hampson edged out twin sister Chloe to take the honours for an eleventh time in the novices class. Tiana Kelly, who is the only rider to have beaten the Hampsons so far this season, was a close third and Leon Murphy ousted Ryan Batty in the tussle for fourth. Aaron Kinvig led Zarina Honeyman, Grace Wolstencroft, Emily Rewsin and Zoe Bridson home to complete the top six.

In the born 2007 age group Cian Howard rode away from breakaway companion Orry Lund on the last lap for another fine solo victory. Archie Dunn and Charlie Scarffe escaped from a five-strong chasing group to claim third and fourth, leaving Rio Kelly in their wake to salvage fifth in a tight finish with Greg Kelly and leading girl Ellana Skillan. Ed Coole, Jordan Carter and Zack Bellhouse rounded off the top ten

Cian Jackson had to fight off strong challenges from Ivan Sorby and Drystan Sewell before securing the win in the born 2006 race. Owen Collins, who was with the leaders until the final circuit, was a solid fourth and Logan Glover outsprinted top girl Rebecca Cooil for fifth. Dominik Stawny led Sophie Smith over the line for seventh and Tomas Flowers stayed ahead of the main chasing bunch to grab ninth. Hayden Richards outgunned Hayden Freestone in the dash for tenth.

Four riders contested the finish of the born 2005 age group, with Harry Kneen getting the verdict over Oliver Sykes, Oliver Corkish and Mairi Harrison in the final gallop. Teddy Dunn, Tyler Annis, Harry Boyle and James Scott lost contact with the frontrunners in the closing stages, taking the flag line astern to claim fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth. Callum Salisbury got the better of Luca Moretta, Ryan Corrin and Josh Holden in the battle for ninth.

Recording his maiden success of the series, Ben Boyle just had the edge on Cameron Dudley in the fight for the top slot in the born 2004 class. Kiera Prentice overcame the ever improving Megan Boardman in the struggle for the final place on the podium and Jack Sowerby stayed ahead of pursuers Nathan O’Connor and James Devereau for fifth. Toby Craig outpaced Aimee Christian for eighth and Benjamin Woodall was a lonely tenth.

There was a close finish to the born 2003 three lapper, with Percy Hampton coming out on top in the final frantic gallop for the line. Matthew Cooil and Jonty Bregazzi were second and third closely followed by Joshua Glover, Thomas Skillicorn, Matthew Black, Ryan Quirk and Jack Christian in fourth to eighth places respectively. Jack Collister was ninth and Emily Kinley the first girl in tenth spot.

Lucas Mudie outsprinted fellow frontrunner Aaron Lund to take maximum points in the born 2002 & earlier grouping. James Harrison beat Joseph Corkish in the scrap for third and Ciara Sowerby headed Libbie Christian in to take the girls’ prize in fifth position.

In the under 10 racing bikes Percy Hampton outsprinted five breakaway partners to secure a hard earned victory. Jonty Bregazzi was second and the very active Jake Wilson a well deserved third. Jack Christian, Matthew Cooil and Matthew Black wrapped up the top six, with Cameron Dudley taking the bunch sprint for seventh. Cian Jackson was the first under 8 rider in an impressive ninth position and Kiera Prentice the best girl in 11th place.

The under 12’s race was run at a fast pace. A nine-strong leading group was whittled down to four riders at the finish, with Tosh Teare proving to be the strongest in the final sprint. Charlie Gibson was the runner-up ahead of Adam Scarffe and Aaron Lund, while comeback rider Amelia Sharpe grabbed the girls’ award in seventh spot.

Nathan Draper came out on top after 25 laps of fast and furious racing in the under 16’s “droppies”, outsprinting eight other riders in the final lunge for the chequered flag. Owen Dudley and Joseph Haddock were second and third, followed by Conor Davies, Nathan Hinks, William Draper, Matthew Bostock, Elizabeth Holden and Joe Harris, who did well to stay with the main contenders. Daniel Scarffe was the best of the rest in a good tenth place.


1. T.J.Teare
2. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
3. Alec Sorby
4. Lennon Moore
5. Nicole Delooze
6. Colby Newbold
7. Charlotte Geldart
8. Ruby O’Boyle
9. Samuel Corkill
10. Jarno Davidson
11. Thomas Kerruish
12. Ethan Skillicorn
13. Finneley Richards
14. Lewis Quirk
15. Poppy Bregazzi
16. Alex Ringham
17. Cameron Hounsell
18. Callie Cubbon
19. Stanley Cubbon
20. Jack Warren
21. Talia Jackson
22. Leah Prentice
23. Max Robbins
24. Holly McEvoy
25. Lewis Caine
26. Anna Boardman
27. Liam Barker
28. Ava Duncan
29. Alexandra Bell
30. Ella Hurt
31. Ethan Watt
32. Robert Tomlinson
33. Ben Coole
34. Imogen Faragher
35. Kelly Domingo
36. Harrison Skillan
37. Aoife Hughes
38. Niamh Smith
39. Alishya Olubodun
40. Ealee Cubbon

1. Caitlyn Hampson – 1st Girl
2. Chloe Hampson
3. Tiana Kelly
4. Leon Murphy
5. Ryan Batty
6. Aaron Kinvig
7. Zarina Honeyman
8. Grace Wolstencroft
9. Emily Rewsin
10. Zoe Bridson
11. Lily-Ann Scott
12. Caleb Quayle
13. Matthew Higgins
14. Herbie Hampton-France
15. Joseph Barker
16. Thomas Ashall
17. William Corris
18. Mian Watterson
19. Graihagh Morgan
20. Daniel Matthews
21. Kylan Murphy
22. Oscar Christian
23. Lucy O’Connor
24. Megan Callin
25. Hugo Howland-Smith
26. Oliver Christian
27. Billy McCullough
28. Zac Lund
29. Taylor Moore
30. Jacob Kennedy
31. Amelie Geldart
32. Max Messenger
33. Frazer Brownless
34. Dylan Honeyman
35. Rachel Boyle
36. Deena Barker
37. Jasper Skillicorn
38. Josie Quirk
39. Isabella Clarke
40. Jacob Gibb
41. Fynlo Corkill
42. Alesha Challenor
43. Liberty Delooze
44. Andrew Tomlinson
45. Aela Mousley
46. Heni Cubbon
47. Ruby Corey
48. Charlie Hurst
49. Erin Morgan
50. Macauley Teare

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Archie Dunn
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Rio Kelly
6. Greg Kelly
7. Ellana Skillan – 1st Girl
8. Ed Coole
9. Jordan Carter
10. Zack Bellhouse
11. Liam Bedford
12. Sophie Keen
13. Sydney Waterhouse
14. Izzy Craig
15. Samuel Barker
16. Jack Smith
17. Regan Corrin
18. Owen Pilley
19. Bertie Atkinson
20. Nathan Jackson
21. Joseph Devereau
22. Lewin Scarffe
23. Matthew Boyle
24. Jessica Falconer
25. Abigail McCullogh

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Owen Collins
5. Logan Glover
6. Rebecca Cooil – 1st Girl
7. Dominik Stawny
8. Sophie Smith
9. Tomas Flowers
10. Hayden Richards
11. Hayden Freestone
12. Samuel Devereau
13. Jack Christian
14. Jack Robbins
15. Annabel Messenger
16. Aaron Rielly
17. Sarah Bridson
18. Natalie Howland
19. Thobert Kerruish
20. Joseph Corlett
21. Ethan Bratty
22. James Bell
23. Jake Rout-Moore
24. Gabriella Corkish
25. Nathan Armstrong
26. Hayden Watson

BORN 2005
1. Harry Kneen
2. Oliver Sykes
3. Oliver Corkish
4. Mairi Harrison – 1st Girl
5. Teddy Dunn
6. Tyler Annis
7. Harry Boyle
8. James Scott
9. Callum Salisbury
10. Luca Moretta
11. Ryan Corrin
12. Josh Holden
13. George Killip
14. Freddie Atkinson
15. Harley Howland-Smith
16. Joey Magee
17. Harvey Coole
18. Peter Lloyd
19. Callum Freestone
20. William Teare
21. Claire Mason
22. Juan Domingo
23. Eimear Boyle

BORN 2004
1. Ben Boyle
2. Cameron Dudley
3. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
4. Megan Boardman
5. Jack Sowerby
6. Nathan O’Conor
7. James Devereau
8. Toby Craig
9. Aimee Christian
10. Benjamin Woodall
11. Joseph Teare
12. Millie Corlett
13. James Gilmore
14. Caitlin Matthews
15. Ben Gilmore

BORN 2003
1. Percy Hampton
2. Matthew Cooil
3. Jonty Bregazzi
4. Joshua Glover
5. Thomas Skillicorn
6. Matthew Black
7. Ryan Quirk
8. Jack Christian
9. Jack Collister
10. Emily Kinley – 1st Girl
11. Scott Mason
12. Reece Freestone
13. Kai Jones
14. Seth Coole
15. Kieran Bratty
16. Lucy Gaylor

1. Lucas Mudie
2. Aaron Lund
3. James Harrison
4. Joseph Corkish
5. Ciara Sowerby – 1st Girl
6. Libbie Christian
7. Owen Hurt
8. Kyle Batty
9. Liam Crellin
10. Riane Moffitt
11. Lewis Moore
12. Kieran Ackers

1. Percy Hampton
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Jake Wilson
4. Jack Christian
5. Matthew Cooil
6. Matthew Black
7. Cameron Dudley
8. Thomas Skillicorn
9. Cian Jackson
10. Harry Kneen
11. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
12. Mairi Harrison
13. Orry Lund
14. Teddy Dunn
15. Ben Boyle
16. Jack Sowerby
17. Oliver Corkish
18. Nathan O’Connor
19. Ryan Quirk
20. Mia Warren
21. Seth Coole
22. Samuel Mitchell
23. McKenzie Callister
24. Harvey Coole

1. Tosh Teare
2. Charlie Gibson
3. Adam Scarffe
4. Aaron Lund
5. James Harrison
6. Juan Kneen
7. Amelia Sharpe – 1st Girl
8. Corey Hill
9. Daniel Sowerby
10. Blae Cain
11. Carrick Thompson

1. Nathan Draper
2. Owen Dudley
3. Joseph Haddock
4. Conor Davies
5. Nathan Hinks
6. William Draper
7. Matthew Bostock
8. Elizabeth Holden – 1st Girl
9. Joe Harris
10. Daniel Scarffe
11. Lucas Mudie
12. Ben Christian
13. Adam Kelly
14. Will Quirk
15. Joseph Corkish
16. Ciara Sowerby


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