Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League


Conditions were perfect for the 324 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round six of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League


The highlight of the night was the visit by cycling superstar Victoria Pendleton, who was on the Island with a BBC film crew to record footage of the racing for the One Show, which is covering the arrival of the Commonwealth Games Baton tonight (May 16th) live from the Villa Marina.

Victoria interviewed several members of the Island’s Commonwealth Games cycling team as well as some of the children who were competing in the league. She stayed to the end of the night and was a big hit with everyone who met her.

The riders put on a good show for the cameras, with one of the best performances coming from Florence Griffin in the born 2007 class. The Onchan youngster got into an early break with Cian Howard and Isaac Batty. The trio were never challenged and stayed clear to the finish. Howard surged ahead of his two companions on the final lap to take the win, with Griffin edging out Batty in the sprint for the runners-up spot. Rio Kelly was a solid fourth and Charlie Scarffe got away from Jordan Carter to grab fifth. Relative newcomer Cory Corkhill beat Harry Deering, Ben Davies and Jemma Quayle in the dash to determine the order of the remaining places on the top ten leader board.

There were also some impressive performances from the girls in the novices race where Lilly-Ann Scott and Emily Rewsin rode away from the field to take first and second places respectively. Harry Wilson, Emily Cowell and Max Messenger came in separately to claim third, fourth and fifth, while Tristan Speight pipped Abigail Cullington in the bunch gallop for sixth. Lucy Cartwright, Jayjay Plowman and Alex Montgomery completed the top ten.

In the born 2009 & later age group Eddie Dillon was the clear winner for the sixth week in succession. Callum Christian and Cameron Hounsell gave chase but were unable to make any inroads into Dillon’s lead and had to settle for the minor placings on the podium. Jarno Davidson led the chasers home to secure fourth and Grace Wolstencroft took the girls’ honours in seventh spot. Dylan Bullock was a good tenth in only his second outing of the series.

Myles Le Geyt had to fight off a strong challenge from Alec Sorby before grabbing the victory in the born 2008 category. Ollie Eyres kept Freddie Griffin, T.J.Teare and Oliver Cooper at bay in the battle for third, with top girl Fearne Bregazzi trailing in for seventh. Summer Peters led a seven-strong group of chasers home for eighth, while a little further down the list first-timer Jake Turner did well to finish mid-field in a very respectable 16th position.

After dropping breakaway partner Drystan Sewell on the final lap, Cian Jackson cruised to a comfortable victory in the born 2006 category. Owen Collins maintained station ahead of Zachary Dowson for third and Connor Moughtin led a large group of fourteen riders across the line to bag fifth place. Nicola Quaye, Rebecca Cooil and Lula Thomas were the first three girls in 10th, 13th and 14th places.

A blistering attack on the penultimate lap was enough to give Niall Colquitt the win in the born 2005 race. Harry Kneen held off Mairi Harrison in the sprint for second and Oliver Corkish was too strong for Tyler Annis in the scrap for fourth. Harry Boyle came home alone to round off the top six.

Zac Walker powered to another impressive solo victory in the born 2004 event. Dillon Dowson snatched second from James Devereau and Nathan Slack caught and passed Kiera Prentice in the closing stages to claim fourth. Toby Craig pipped Annabel Corkill and Nathan O’Connor to wrap up the top six.

In the born 2003 & earlier grouping Jonty Bregazzi got the verdict in a five-strong dash for the chequered flag to record his maiden win in the class. Matthew Cooil and Corrin Leeming were second and third, closely followed by top girls Shellan Leeming and Emma Draper. Ramsey’s Tyler Hannay led the rest home in sixth place.

As usual the three racing bikes classes provided an exciting climax to the evening’s entertainment. In the combined under 8’s and under 10’s Zac Walker was the runaway winner, attacking from the gun and time trialing to another impressive solo victory. Niall Colquitt squeezed out Ralf Holden and Dillon Dowson in the bunch sprint for second, with Mairi Harrison earning the girls’ prize in seventh spot. Oliver Corkish spearheaded the second group of riders across the line to pick up 11th place.

In the under 12 racing bikes Charlie Gibson outsprinted a pack of 13 fellow frontrunners to bag the win. James Harrison was second followed by Aaron Lund, Will Corkill and Jonty Bregazzi in third to sixth positions. The leading girl was Charlie Moss in 13th place.

Victoria Pendleton flagged off the under 14’s & under 16’s event. In contrast to the previous week’s humdinger, the race was comparatively quiet. At the finish it was Matthew Draper who took the win from Owen Dudley and Conor Davies. Will Draper was the top U/14 in fourth place and Elizabeth Holden the first girl in eighth place.


1. Lily-Ann Scott – 1st girl
2. Emily Rewsin
3. Harry Wilson
4. Emily Cowell
5. Max Messenger
6. Tristan Speight
7. Abigail Cullington
8. Lucy Cartwright
9. Jayjay Plowman
10. Alex Montgomery
11. Isabella Clarke
12. Abigail Cowell
13. Harvey Pitts
14. Graihagh Sheen
15. Ruby Partington
16. Rebecca Radcliffe
17. Dylan Honeyman
18. Isabella Browning
19. Cormac Doherty
20. Zac Lund
21. Jessica Sherwin
22. Grace Robinson
23. Liberty Delooze
24. Lilee Venables
25. Macaulay Teare
26. Bobby Kewley
27. Toby Hockaday
28. Riley Cleator
29. Sophie Roberts
30. Luke Pledger
31. Bella Rice
32. Ramkiran Vayyeti
33. Elsie Hockaday
34. Daisy Teare
35. Alfie Kinrade
36. Harry Leece
37. Fletcher Gell
38. Noah Doyle
39. Cameron Eyres
40. Erin Morgan
41. Brody Walkingshaw
42. Lily Walkingshaw
43. Aoife Cooper
44. Aswanth Prabhu
45. Louie Harrison
46. Josie Quirk
47. Joel Prentice
48. Saoirse Gell
49. Alesha Challenor
50. Holly Cowell
51. Jacob Loader
52. Bethany Chapman-Beale

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

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Alec Sorby
3. Ollie Eyres
4. Freddie Griffin
5. T.J.Teare
6. Oliver Cooper
7. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
8. Summer Peters
9. Deaglan Blake
10. Lennon Moore
11. Joel Long
12. George Kinnish
13. Ella Darnill
14. Toby Horsey
15. Ethan Skillicorn
16. Jake Turner
17. Lewis Quirk
18. Charlotte Geldart
19. Nicole Delooze
20. Edward Field
21. Ryan Batty
22. Leon Murphy
23. Tiana Kelly
24. Bob Radcliffe
25. George Partington
26. Daniel Kuchta
27. Imogen Fargher-Sayle
28. Cara Leadley
29. Finn McKeirnan
30. Leah Prentice
31. Alex Bobok
32. Harvey Dedmen
33. Harrison Dempsey
34. Harley Pressley
35. Sophie Callow
36. Thomas Kerruish
37. Grace Slinger
38. Faye Wilson
39. Keelan Redfearn
40. Max Convery
41. Olive Anstey
42. Megan Callin
43. Harvey Barrow
44. Thomas Price
45. Cayden Higgins
46. Anna Boardman
47. Ella Whorrall
48. Jake Turner
49. Benjamin Bobok
50. Oscar Christian

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Florence Griffin – 1st girl
3. Isaac Batty
4. Rio Kelly
5. Charlie Scarffe
6. Jordan Carter
7. Cory Corkhill
8. Harry Deering
9. Ben Davies
10. Jemma Quayle
11. Olivia Quayle
12. Regan Corrin
13. Nathaniel Denton
14. Samuel Barker
15. Joseph Devereau
16. Ellana Skillan
17. Ed Coole
18. Katie Brew
19. Abigail McCulloch
20. Orry Lund
21, Izzy Craig
22. James Kinrade
23. Owen Pilley
24. Liam Bedford
25. Lewin Scarffe
26. Amy Cross
27. Oliver Guest
28. Tamisha Pazhamivel

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Drystan Sewell
3. Owen Collins
4. Zachary Dowson
5. Connor Moughtin
6. Samuel Devereau
7. Oliver Carroll
8. Tom Darnill
9. Corey Peters
10. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
11. Adam Horsey
12. Jack Robbins
13. Rebecca Cooil
14. Lula Thomas
15. Tomas Flowers
16. Imogen Cooper
17. Sophie Smith
18. Ruby McCubbin
19. Ivan Sorby
20. Harry Callin
21. Thobert Kerruish
22. Lucy Field
23. Ethan Bratty
24. Joseph Corlett
25. Grace Gawne
26. Jack Christian
27. Orry Purcell
28. Annabel Messenger
29. Jake Rout-Moore
30. Lily-Rose Gawne
31. Charlie Convery
32. Adam Beattie
33. Harry Harding
34. Hayden Freestone
35. Amy Pledger
36. Charlie Shimmin
37. Tom Clague
38. Aaron Rielly
39. Gabriella Corkish

BORN 2005
1. Niall Colquitt
2. Harry Kneen
3. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
4. Oliver Corkish
5. Tyler Annis
6. Harry Boyle
7. Frank Kinnish
8. Alexander Deering
9. Chloe Dillon
10. Ella Griffin
11. Luca Moretta
12. James Scott
13. Callum Salisbury
14. Albert Kessler
15. Jack Meechan
16. Ryan Corrin
17. Lewis Cooke
18. Harley Howland-Smith
19. Peter Lloyd
20. Mollie Holden-Rogers
21. Claire Mason
22. Ben Shimmin
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. Nathan O’Connor
9. Megan Boardman
10. Eden McCubbin
11. Nancy Wheeler
12. Amy Quayle
13. Benjamin Woodall
14. Lucy Callow
15. Caitlin Matthews

1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. Matthew Cooil
3. Corrin Leeming
4. Shellan Leeming – 1st girl
5. Emma Draper
6. Tyler Hannay
7. Matthew Black
8. Kyle Batty
9. Emily Kinley
10. Ross Arnold
11. Stephen Arnold
12. Tom Cain
13. Sam Cunningham
14. Charlie Bell

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

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

1. Matthew Draper
2. Owen Dudley
3. Conor Davies
4. William Draper
5. Nathan Hinks
6. Thomas Bostock
7. Michael Moss
8. Elizabeth Holden – 1st girl
9. Sophie Black
10. Daniel Scarffe
11. Adam Kelly
12. Max Walker
13. Tosh Teare
14. Tara Ferguson
15. Adam Scarffe
16. Lucas Mudie
17. Ben Christian
18. Kaitlin Slack
19. Conor Gelling
20. Amelia Sharpe
21. Harry Cain
22. Chloe Crellin
23. Ben Cunningham
24. Daniel Sowerby
25. Carrick Thompson

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