Report & Results – RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Round 5 


Another good turnout of 294 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round five of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report & Results – RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Round 5
(thanks to Dot Tilbury) 

Despite the overcast and breezy conditions, there was another good turnout of 294 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round five of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

The highlight of the night was the 25 lap under 16 racing bike event, which turned out to be the best race of the series so far. The action was fast and furious from the start. With 17 laps still to go Matthew Draper made a determined attack and quickly built up a commanding lead on a chasing group consisting of Owen Dudley, Conor Davies, Will Draper, Thomas Bostock, Nathan Hinks, Adam Kelly and Dan Scarffe.

As the pace increased Hinks, Kelly and Scarffe were dropped, leaving Davies, (Will) Draper and Bostock in pursuit of the fast disappearing leader.

In the closing stages Davies and Dudley broke away from their two travelling companions and made an almighty effort to bridge the gap to Draper.

Coming down the finish straight Draper was still ahead, but he was caught in the final few metres and it was Dudley who came through to snatch the victory from Draper with Davies a close third.

Will Draper and Bostock were fourth and fifth, with Dan Scarffe leading the rest of the field home to round off the top six.Tara Ferguson took the girls’ honours in a very good ninth place.

In the under 12 racing bikes Charlie Gibson won the twelve-strong bunch sprint for the line. Aaron Lund and James Harrison were second and third, closely followed by Will Corkill, Percy Hampton and Jake Wilson. The first girl was Shellan Leeming in 13th place.

Zac Walker played a waiting game in under 10 racing bikes, riding away from breakaway companion Niall Colquitt on the final lap to win comfortably. A group of eight riders were in the fight for third place, with Ralf Holden getting the verdict ahead of James Devereau, Dillon Dowson, Nathan Slack, Cian Jackson and top girl Mairi Harrison.

Earlier in the evening the novices class had got the proceedings under way, with Graihagh Sheen overcoming the strong headwind on the finish straight to pick up her first win of the series. Harry Wilson ousted Lily-Ann Scott and Jayjay Plowman in the fight for second, while Emily Cowell trailed in on her own for fifth. Lucy Cartwright led Max Messenger, Bernat Munoz-Fite and Abigail Cullington home to complete the top six.

In the born 2009 & later age group Eddie Dillon bagged maximum points for the fifth week running. Callum Christian was a safe second and Cameron Hounsell pipped Jarno Davidson for third. Brad Le Geyt and Stanley Kinnish came in separately for fifth and sixth respectively, with Lewis Cannon taking the bunch gallop for seventh. Grace Wolstencroft was the best girl in ninth spot and newcomer Dylan Bullock did well to finish 12th on his debut.

Myles Le Geyt was too strong for Alec Sorby in the headwind finish to the born 2008 category. Oliver Cooper clipped off the front of the chasing bunch to wrench third from Ollie Eyres and Freddie Griffin outgunned T.J.Teare and leading girl Fearne Bregazzi in the dash for fifth. Joel Long, Summer Peters, Lennon Moore, Deaglan Blake and George Kinnish came in together to wrap up the top twelve leader board.

In the born 2007 race Cian Howard went from the gun and was never challenged. Orry Lund, Isaac Batty and top girl Florence Griffin escaped from a chasing group of five riders to claim second, third and fourth respectively, with Charlie Scarffe and Rio Kelly staying clear of pursuers Jordan Carter, Ben Davies and Jemma Quayle to salvage fifth and sixth. Olivia Quayle was a safe tenth and Joseph Devereau won the bunch gallop for 11th position.

Cian Jackson attacked his four fellow frontrunners on the last lap to extend his unbeaten record in the born 2006 class. Drystan Sewell beat Ivan Sorby to the line for the runners-up spot and Owen Collins overcame Zachary Dowson in the tussle for fourth. Samuel Devereau outpaced Oliver Carroll, Corey Peters, Nicola Quaye and Connor Moughtin in the rush for sixth, while Tom Darnill held off Rebecca Cooil and Imogen Cooper in the fight for 11th.

Making light of the difficult conditions, Niall Colquitt led from start to finish for a dominant solo victory in the born 2005 event. Mairi Harrison forged ahead of Harry Kneen to secure second and Tyler Annis moved through the field to pip Oliver Corkish in the scrap for fourth. Harry Boyle was a lonely sixth and Chloe Dillon got the better of Alexander Deering, Frank Kinnish and Ella Griffin in the dash for seventh.

In the born 2004 three lapper Zac Walker made the race winning move on the opening lap and was never seriously challenged. Dillon Dowson took the sprint for second ahead of James Devereau, Nathan Slack and Kiera Prentice, who was the top girl in fifth spot. Toby Craig headed the all-girl trio of Annabel Corkill, Megan Boardman and Amy Quayle home to grab sixth.

After a pedestrian start that kept the field together for most of the race, the born 2003 & earlier grouping came to life in the closing stages when Percy Hampton shot out of the bunch to secure his fifth win in succession. Jonty Bregazzi was second closely followed by Corrin Leeming, Matthew Cooil, Emma Draper, Tyler Hannay, Shellan Leeming and Matthew Black. Kyle Batty and Emily Kinley completed the top ten.

BBC Television’s One Show will be down at the NSC next Tuesday (May 13th) to film the racing in preparation for Friday night’s live show in the Villa Marina.


1. Graihagh Sheen – 1st girl
2. Harry Wilson
3. Lily-Ann Scott
4. Jayjay Plowman
5. Emily Cowell
6. Lucy Cartwright
7. Max Messenger
8. Bernat Munoz-Fite
9. Abigail Cullington
10. Ruby Partington
11. Alex Montgomery
12. Harvey Pitts
13. Liberty Delooze
14. Dylan Honeyman
15. Tristan Speight
16. Zac Lund
17. Sophie Roberts
18. Cormac Doherty
19. Jessica Sherwin
20. Macaulay Teare
21. Alfie Kinrade
22. Riley Cleator
23. Rebecca Radcliffe
24. Toby Hockaday
25. Daisy Teare
26. Alex McCullagh
27. Daniel Quine
28. Bobby Kewley
29. Fletcher Gell
30. Bella Rice
31. Jacob Gibb
32. Luke Quine
33. Cameron Eyres
34. Brody Walkingshaw
35. Ramkiran Vayyeti
36. Erin Morgan
37. Ethan Gibb
38. Lily Walkingshaw
39. Holly McCluskey
40. Saoirse Gell
41. Holly Cowell
42. Aswanth Prabhu
43. Josie Quirk
44. Jacob Loader

1. Eddie Dillon
2. Callum Christian
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Jarno Davidson
5. Brad Le Geyt
6. Stanley Kinnish
7. Lewis Cannon
8. Kylan Murphy
9. Grace Wolstencroft – 1st girl
10. Zach Jones
11. Joshua Cross
12. Dylan Bullock
13. Graihagh Morgan
14. Samuel Dowson
15. Archie Evans
16. Harrison Skillan
17. Lula Kinnish
18. Florrie Thomas
19. Aaron Kinvig
20. Casey McDonald
21. Mian Watterson
22. Max Davies
23. Mason Cooke
24. Liam Blake
25. Aoife Hughes
26. Harry Mackenzie
27. Noah Cooke
28. Louis Piggin
29. Jasper Skillicorn
30. Zoe Bridson
31. Taylor Moore
32. Francesca Loader
33. Alfie Tummon
34. Hugo Howland-Smith
35. Jasmine Dillon
37. Thomas Ashall
38. Stevie Dugdale
39. Billy McCullough
40. Aidan Larkham
41. Ben Coole
42. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
43. Caleb Quayle
44. Charlie Clarkson
45. Amelia Geldart
46. Poojitha Vayyeti
47. Matthew Hooper

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Alec Sorby
3. Oliver Cooper
4. Ollie Eyres
5. Freddie Griffin
6. T.J.Teare
7. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
8. Joel Long
9. Summer Peters
10. Lennon Moore
11. Deaglan Blake
12. George Kinnish
13. Tiana Kelly
14. Ella Darnill
15. Charlotte Geldart
16. Ethan Skillicorn
17. Ryan Batty
18. Nicole Delooze
19. Edward Field
20. Lewis Quirk
21. Thomas Kerruish
22. Ryan Nelson
23. Bob Radcliffe
24. Leon Murphy
25. George Partington
26. Max Robbins
27. Daniel Kuchta
28. Cara Leadley
29. Molly Hinds
30. Grace Slinger
31. Daniel Matthews
32. Finn McKeirnan
33. Keelan Redfearn
34. Leah Prentice
35. Megan Callin
36. Faye Wilson
37. Sophie Callow
38. Harvey Barrow
39. Alex Bobok
40. Poppy Bregazzi
41. Harley Pressley
42. Ella Whorrall
43. Benjamin Bobok
44. Thomas Price
45. Eleanor Wheeler
46. Finn Saxon

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Isaac Batty
4. Florence Griffin – 1st girl
5. Charlie Scarffe
6. Rio Kelly
7. Jordan Carter
8. Ben Davies
9. Jemma Quayle
10. Olivia Quayle
11. Joseph Devereau
12. Regan Corrin
13. Ellana Skillan
14. James Kinrade
15. Harry Deering
16. Ed Coole
17. Owen Pilley
18. Abigail McCulloch
19. Liam Bedford
20. Aalish Evans
21. Jessica Falconer
22. Alex Harris-Burland
23. Rhys Glover-Roberts
24. Cory Corkhill
25. Izzy Craig
26. Callum Tosh
27. Lewin Scarffe
28. Tamisha Pazhamivel

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Drystan Sewell
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Owen Collins
5. Zachary Dowson
6. Samuel Devereau
7. Oliver Carroll
8. Corey Peters
9. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
10. Connor Moughtin
11. Tom Darnill
12. Rebecca Cooil
13. Imogen Cooper
14. Jack Robbins
15. Thobert Kerruish
16. Lucy Field
17. Tomas Flowers
18. Lula Thomas
19. Sophie Smith
20. Ruby McCubbin
21. Grace Gawne
22. Ethan Bratty
23. Jack Christian
24. Aaron Rielly
25. Lily-Rose Gawne
26. Sarah Bridson
27. Jake Rout-Moore
28. Orry Purcell
29. Tom Clague
30. Freddie Jones
31. Gabriella Corkish

BORN 2005
1. Niall Colquitt
2. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
3. Harry Kneen
4. Tyler Annis
5. Oliver Corkish
6. Harry Boyle
7. Chloe Dillon
8. Alexander Deering
9. Frank Kinnish
10. Ella Griffin
11. James Scott
12. Callum Salisbury
13. Thomas Bradley
14. Harley Howland-Smith
15. Lewis Cooke
16. Jack Meechan
17. Ryan Corrin
18. Albert Kessler
19. Ben Clarke
20. Misha Cooke
21. Tommy Ralston
22. Eimear Boyle
23. Alexis Cowell

BORN 2004
1. Zac Walker
2. Dillon Dowson
3. James Devereau
4. Nathan Slack
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st girl
6. Toby Craig
7. Annabel Corkill
8. Megan Boardman
9. Amy Quayle
10. Nathan O’Connor
11. Eden McCubbin
12. Lucy Callow
13. Benjamin Woodall
14. Caitlin Matthews

1. Percy Hampton
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Corrin Leeming
4. Matthew Cooil
5. Emma Draper – 1st girl
6. Tyler Hannay
7. Shellan Leeming
8. Matthew Black
9. Kyle Batty
10. Emily Kinley
11. Sam Cunningham
12. Kai Jones

1. Zac Walker
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Ralf Holden
4. James Devereau
5. Dillon Dowson
6. Nathan Slack
7. Cian Jackson
8. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
9. Kiera Prentice
10. Ivan Sorby
11. Cameron Dudley
12. Joshua Kelly
13. Harry Kneen
14. Drystan Sewell
15. Owen Collins
16. Jack Sowerby
17. Cian Howard
18. Oliver Corkish
19. Zachary Dowson
20. Joshua Dudley
21. Orry Lund
22. Nathan O’Connor
23. Harvey Comaish-Coole
24. Callum Crellin
25. Myles Le Geyt
26. Chloe Comaish
27. Chloe Dillon
28. Harley Howland-Smith
29. Mia Warren
30. Millie Moughtin

1. Charlie Gibson
2. Aaron Lund
3. James Harrison
4. Will Corkill
5. Percy Hampton
6. Jake Wilson
7. Tyler Hannay
8. Corrin Leeming
9. Jonty Bregazzi
10. Matthew Cooil
11. Matthew Black
12. Jack Christian
13. Shellan Leeming – 1st girl
14. Darcy Cain
15. Blae Cain
16. Tom Kermode
17. Kyle Batty
18. Toby Irwin
19. Emily Kinley
20. Seth Coole

1. Owen Dudley
2. Matthew Draper
3. Conor Davies
4. William Draper
5. Thomas Bostock
6. Daniel Scarffe
7. Nathan Hinks
8. Adam Kelly
9. Tara Ferguson – 1st girl
10. Max Walker
11. Ben Christian
12. Kaitlin Slack
13. Amelia Sharpe
14. Harry Cain
15. Ben Cunningham
16. Daniel Sowerby
17. Carrick Thompson


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