Report: Isle of Man’s Youth League


Good Turnout of 262 competitors for the finale of the 2013 Royal London Isle of Man Youth League

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There was a large turnout of 262 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the 19th and final round of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man’s 2013 youth league.

Tiana Kelly continued her winning ways in the novices class, taking the chequered flag well clear of the field to bag maximum points for the second week running. Chloe Hampson pipped twin sister Caitlyn for the runners-up spot, with Leon Murphy leading the chasers in for fourth. Ryan Batty and Zarina Honeyman completed the top six leader board.

In the born 2008 & later age group Myles Le Geyt went from the gun and stayed clear all the way to the finish. Peel’s T.J.Teare was a safe second and Ollie Eyres edged out Fearne Bregazzi, Alec Sorby and George Kinnish in the battle for third. Lennon Moore led Eddy Dillon home for seventh and Freddie Griffin outgunned Summer Peters and Thomas Kerruish in the dash for ninth. Samuel Corkill Overtook Ethan Skillicorn in the closing stages to round off the top twelve.

Leaving nothing to chance, Cian Howard powered to another fine solo victory in the born 2007 category. Orry Lund was a solid second and Charlie Scarffe held off leading girls Florence Griffin, Jemma Quayle and Ellana Skillan in the sprint for third. Ben Davies got the better of Jordan Carter in the tussle for seventh and Rio Kelly outpaced Dexter Russell for ninth. Sophie Hindson did well to snatch 11th ahead of the fast finishing duo of Ed Coole and Joseph Devereau.

In the born 2006 category Drystan Sewell dropped breakaway partners Ivan Sorby and Owen Collins on the last lap to secure his maiden win of the season. Sorby ousted Collins for second place and Corey Peters maintained station for a strong fourth place. Samuel Devereau was a lonely fifth and Harry Eyres clipped off the front of the chasing pack to claim sixth. Jenson Artus won the charge for seventh ahead of Jack Christian, Nicola Quaye and Sophie Smith.

Niall Colquitt emerged from a leading group of ten riders to win the born 2005 race. Harry Kneen and Mairi Harrison were a close second and third, with Oscar Lace and Frank Kinnish just behind in fourth and fifth places respectively. Tyler Annis came from behind to pip Harry Boyle for sixth and Chloe Dillon gapped James Scott, Ella Griffin and Monty Russell in the rush for eighth. Luca Moretta headed Josh Holden over the line to wrap up the top twelve.

Taking the honours for the third week in succession, Ben Boyle got the verdict over Ralf Holden and Cameron Dudley in the final sprint at the end of the born 2004 event. Nathan Slack had the edge on Kiera Prentice and James Devereau in struggle for fourth, while Daniel Kneen overcame Annabel Corkill and Amy Quayle in the fight for seventh spot. Nathan O’Connor was tenth and Aimee Christian caught and passed Nancy Wheeler on the final circuit to grab 11th.

Regular top three finisher Matthew Cooil finally reached the top step on the podium in the born 2003 class, breaking away on his own for an impressive solo victory. Joshua Glover beat Jamie Gelling and Matthew Black in the gallop for second and Darcy Cain nipped past Emily Kinley in the closing stages to take the girls’ award in fifth position.

Just nine riders lined up for the following born 2002 & earlier grouping, with Lucas Mudie taking first place ahead of Kaitlin Slack and Emma Draper. Newcomer Julia Jollife did well to stay with the pace and finish sixth on her first outing.

Jake Wilson fought off nine other riders to complete a hat trick of wins in the under 10 racing bikes. Jonty Bregazzi and Zac Walker were second and third closely followed by Matthew Black, Ralf Holden and Niall Colquitt, who was the first of the under 8 category riders. The ever improving Kiera Prentice was the top girl in tenth spot.

The under 12 droppies ended in a thirteen strong bunch sprint which Charlie Gibson comfortably won from Aaron Lund and Adam Scarffe. Max Walker, James Harrison and Conor Gelling completed the top six ahead of leading girl Charlie Moss who was a good seventh.

In a fitting finale to the series an aggressive Matthew Bostock made an early bid for glory in the under 16’s race. attacking on the fifth lap and remaining at the head of affairs until he was eventually caught some ten laps later by Conor Davies, Matthew Draper, Owen Dudley and Michael Moss. However, with two laps to go Bostock kicked again and this time stayed clear to the finish for a well deserved solo win. Dudley won the sprint for second ahead of Moss, Draper and Davies, with Joe Harris neutralising a last lap attack from top girl Elizabeth Holden to bag sixth.

The final overall positions in the league and the special award winners will be revealed at the prize presentation in the Villa Marina on Sunday, 15th September.

ROUND 19 – TUESDAY, 27th AUGUST 2013

1. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
2. Chloe Hampson
3. Caiylyn Hampson
4. Leon Murphy
5. Ryan Batty
6. Zarina Honeyman
7. William Lomas
8. Lily-Ann Scott
9. Hugo Howland-Smith
10. Aaron Kinvig
11. Emily Rewison
12. Zoe Bridson
13. Oscar Christian
14. Belle Coulson
15. Lucy O’Connor
16. Emily Bridson
17. Joshua Cross
18. Graihagh Morgan
19. Megan Callin
20. Amber Buchanan
21. Oliver Christian
22. Cormac Doherty
23. William Corris
24. Thomas Ashall
25. Kylan Murphy
26. Billy McCullough
27. Jasper Skillicorn
28. Taylor Moore
29. Lucy Cartwright
30. Max Messenger
31. Jake Sheridan
32. Frazer Brownless
33. Harry Wilson
34. Alannah Farrell
35. Dylan Honeyman
36. Josie Quirk
37. Andrew Tomlinson
38. Isabella Clarke
39. Fynlo Corkill
40. Macauley Teare
41. Aela Mousley
42. Erin Morgan
43. Alesha Challenor
44. Harvey Pitts

1. Myles Le Geyt
2. T.J.Teare
3. Ollie Eyres
4. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
5. Alec Sorby
6. George Kinnish
7. Lennon Moore
8. Eddy Dillon
9. Freddie Griffin
10. Summer Peters
11. Thomas Kerruish
12. Samuel Corkill
13. Ethan Skillicorn
14. Finneley Richards
15. Oliver Cooper
16. Jarno Davidson
17. Edward Field
18. Jack Warren
19. Poppy Bregazzi
20. Pearce Carey
21. Lewis Quirk
22. Brad Le Geyt
23. Ella Darnill
24. Leah Prentice
25. Stanley Cubbon
26. Lewis Caine
27. Cameron Hounsell
28. Stanley Kinnish
29. Ruby Buchanan
30. Ethan Watt
31. Talia Jackson
32. Callie Cubbon
33. Alexandra Bell
34. Max Convery
35. Florrie Thomas
36. Faye Wilson
37. Sophie Callow
38. Jasmine Dillon
39. Aoife Hughes
40. Robert Tomlinson
41. Lewis Cannon
42. Harrison Skillan
43. Imogen Faragher
44. Ben Coole
45. Cara Leadley
46. Mian Watterson
47. Ealee Cubbon
48. Lula Kinnish
49. Niamh Smith
50. Conor Madsen-Mygdal

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Charlie Scarffe
4. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
5. Jemma Quayle
6. Ellana Skillan
7. Ben Davies
8. Jordan Carter
9. Rio Kelly
10. Dexter Russell
11. Sophie Hindson
12. Ed Coole
13. Joseph Devereau
14. Sophie Keen
15. Liam Bedford
16. Amy Cross
17. Owen Pilley
18. Alex Ringham
19. Harry Ellis
20. Abigail McCulloch
21. Nathan Jackson
22. Jack Smith
23. Lily Price
24. Oliver Guest
25. Jessica Falconer
26. Ryan Sheridan
27. Eve Carey
28. Lewin Scarffe
29. Lizzie Coulson

BORN 2006
1. Drystan Sewell
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Owen Collins
4. Corey Peters
5. Samuel Devereau
6. Harry Eyres
7. Jenson Artus
8. Jack Christian
9. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
10. Sophie Smith
11. Harry Price
12. Tom Darnill
13. Ruby McCubbin
14. Thobert Kerruish
15. Lucy Field
16. Hayden Richards
17. Ethan Bratty
18. Annabel Messenger
19. Aaron Rielly
20. Charlie Convery
21. Orry Purcell
22. Sarah Bridson
23. Jake Rout-Moore
24. Callum Larkin
25. Imogen Cooper
26. Natalie Howland
27. Joseph Corlett
28. Libbie Thompson
29. Leo Young
30. Lula Thomas
31. Kate Lace
32. Nathan Armstrong
33. Molly Larkin
34. Lucas Gelling
35. Logan Glover

BORN 2005
1. Niall Colquitt
2. Harry Kneen
3. Mairi Harrison – 1st Girl
4. Oscar Lace
5. Frank Kinnish
6. Tyler Annis
7. Harry Boyle
8. Chloe Dillon
9. James Scott
10. Ella Griffin
11. Monty Russell
12. Luca Moretta
13. Josh Holden
14. George Killip
15. Harley Howland-Smith
16. Callum Salisbury
17. Louis Creer
18. Harvey Coole
19. Claire Mason
20. Peter Lloyd
21. Eimear Boyle
22. Shanise Wawman
23. Grace Gelling

BORN 2004
1. Ben Boyle
2. Ralf Holden
3. Cameron Dudley
4. Nathan Slack
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
6. James Devereau
7. Daniel Keen
8. Annabel Corkill
9. Amy Quayle
10. Nathan O’Connor
11. Aimee Christian
12. Nancy Wheeler
13. Jack Sowerby
14. Philip Bridson
15. Lucy Callow
16. Millie Corlett

BORN 2003
1. Matthew Cooil
2. Joshua Glover
3. Jamie Gelling
4. Matthew Black
5. Darcy Cain – 1st Girl
6. Emily Kinley
7. Scott Mason
8. Stephen Arnold
9. Sam Cunningham
10. Ryan Colquitt
11. Kieran Bratty
12. Charlie Bell
13. Seth Coole
14. Ross Arnold

1. Lucas Mudie
2. Kaitlin Slack – 1st Girl
3. Emma Draper
4. Corrin Leeming
5. Shellan Leeming
6. Julia Jollife
7. Ciara Sowerby
8. Libbie Christian
9. Kyle Batty

1. Jake Wilson
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Zac Walker
4. Matthew Black
5. Ralf Holden
6. Niall Colquitt
7. Matthew Cooil
8. Tyler Hannay
9. Cameron Dudley
10. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
11. Nathan Slack
12. Darcy Cain
13. Mairi Harrison
14. Harry Kneen
15. Orry Lund
16. Cian Howard
17. Nathan O’Connor
18. James Devereau
19. Ben Boyle
20. Callum Crellin
21. Mia Warren
22. Seth Coole
23. Harvey Coole
24. Chloe Dillon
25. Libbie Thompson

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

1. Matthew Bostock
2. Owen Dudley
3. Michael Moss
4. Matthew Draper
5. Conor Davies
6. Joe Harris
7. Elizabeth Holden – 1st Girl
8. Joseph Haddock
9. Nathan Hinks
10. Thomas Bostock
11. Daniel Scarffe
12. Eleanor Davies
13. Kaitlin Slack
14. Ben Cunningham
15. Harry Cain
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