Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League Round 7


Conditions surprisingly good for the 287 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round seven of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league

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Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League Round 7
(thanks to Dot Tilbury)

Despite the recent spell of stormy weather, conditions were surprisingly good for the 287 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round seven of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

The born 2009 & Later class got the proceedings underway, with Eddie Dillon surging ahead of the field to take the win and maintain his unbeaten record. Cameron Hounsell edged out Jarno Davidson, Kylan Murphy and Stanley Kinnish in the dash for second, while Harrison Skillan led Lewis Cannon, Archie Mulholland and Dylan Bullock over the line to grab sixth. Joshua Cross pipped leading girl Graihagh Morgan in the tussle to fill the final place on the top ten leader board.

In the following novices race Emily Rewsin went from the gun and was never caught. Emily Cowell was a safe second and Tristan Speight beat Max Messenger in the fight for third. Abigail Cowell was a lonely fifth and Lucy Cartwright led the chasers home to secure sixth. Abigail Cullington, Alex Montgomery, Isabella Clarke and Lily-Ann Scott rounded off the top ten.

Myles Le Geyt made an early bid for glory in the born 2008 class and stayed clear to the finish. Alec Sorby got away from Ollie Eyres in the closing stages to secure the runners-up spot and Freddie Griffin came from behind to snatch fourth from Oliver Cooper, Fearne Bregazzi and T.J.Teare. Onchan’s Summer Peters was eighth closely followed by fellow chasers Deaglan Blake, Ryan Nelson, Samuel Corkill, Lennon Moore and Joel Long. Further down the field newcomer Charlie Williams did well to finish 22nd on his first outing.

In the born 2007 category Cian Howard attacked breakaway companions Orry Lund and Florence Griffin on the final lap for a clear victory. Lund held off Griffin in the rush for second and Charlie Scarffe beat Rio Kelly to the line for fourth. Jordan Carter had the advantage over Jemma Quayle in the scrap for sixth and Ben Davies took the bunch gallop for eighth ahead of Cory Corkhill and Joseph Devereau.

The born 2006 class produced one of the closest races of the night, with Cian Jackson eventually outsprinting breakaway partner Ivan Sorby to take the honours. Drystan Sewell edged out Owen Collins in the tussle for third and Zachary Dowson held off a chasing group of five riders to claim fifth. Samuel Devereau ousted leading girl Nicola Quaye in the race for sixth.

Niall Colquitt continued his winning ways in the born 2005 event, leaving the rest of the field in his wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. Mairi Harrison outpaced Oliver Corkish, Alexander Deering and Frank Kinnish in the sprint for second, while Tyler Annis escaped from a group of six chasers to claim sixth. Chloe Dillon and Ella Griffin were the second and third girls home in seventh and eighth places respectively.

Zac Walker had to work hard for his seventh successive win in the born 2004 class. The recently crowned rider of the month for April made his customary attack from the gun but, after being reeled in by James Devereau and Dillon Dowson, had to wait until the final sprint to claim the victory. Devereau overcame Dowson in the battle for second and Nathan Slack kept top girls Kiera Prentice and Megan Boardman at bay in the rush for fourth.

Eight riders contested the finish of the born 2003 & earlier grouping, with Percy Hampton taking the chequered flag ahead of Jonty Bregazzi, Joseph Corkish, Matthew Cooil, Emma Draper, Tyler Hannay, Matthew Black and Josh Smith. Ninth placed Ross Arnold led the rest of the field in.

The racing bike events brought the evening to a close. In the combined under 8’s and under 10’s Zac Walker soloed to an easy win. Niall Colquitt spearheaded the bunch gallop for second, closely followed by Ralf Holden and James Devereau in third and fourth places. Dillon Dowson and Nathan Slack completed the top six, while Kiera Prentice lifted the girls’ prize in eighth spot.

The eight main contenders in the under 12’s race stayed together to the finish where Charlie Gibson won the sprint from James Harrison and Aaron Lund. The ever improving Tommy Skillicorn was fourth ahead of Jonty Bregazzi, Matthew Cooil, Will Corkill and Percy Hampton, while Charlie Moss was the first girl home in 11th spot.

Matthew Draper came out on top in the U/14 & U/16’s 25 lapper, outgunning Owen Dudley and Conor Davies in a hotly contested sprint finish. The race was run at a fast pace with plenty of attacks coming from the likes of Michael Moss, Will Draper, Daniel Scarffe and Adam Kelly . In the end, however, it was the winning trio who did most of the damage and they were rewarded with the top three podium positions.

Will Draper was the first U/14 in an excellent fourth place, with Dan Scarffe a very good fifth and Elizabeth Holden the best junior girl in sixth place. Eleanor Davies, who was making her comeback after a bout of glandular fever, was the top U/16 girl in 13th place and Amelia Sharpe the leading U/14 girl in 15th spot. Tara Ferguson bravely remounted after a high speed crash and did well to salvage 20th position.


1. Emily Rewsin
2. Emily Cowell
3. Tristan Speight
4. Max Messenger
5. Abigail Cowell
6. Lucy Cartwright
7. Abigail Cullington
8. Alex Montgomery
9. Isabella Clarke
10. Lily-Ann Scott
11. Mumeeb Sheitch
12. Elijah Winning
13. Rebecca Radcliffe
14. Harvey Pitts
15. Dylan Honeyman
16. Macaulay Teare
17. Zac Lund
18. Jessica Sherwin
19. Luke Pledger
20. Noah Doyle
21. Sam Wolstencroft
22. Cormac Doherty
23. Alfie Kinrade
24. Fynlo Corkill
25. Louie Harrison
26. Erin Morgan
27. Harry Leece
28. Ramkiran Vayyeti
29. Bella Rice
30. Cameron Eyres
31. Brody Walkingshaw
32. Jacob Gibb
33. Jack Bullock
34. Aoife Cooper
35. Graihagh Sheen
36. Josie Quirk
37. Lily Walkingshaw
38. Sophie Roberts
39. Holly Cowell
40. Joel Prentice
41. Bethany Chapman-Beale
42. Freya Hunter

1. Eddie Dillon
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Jarn Davidson
4. Kylan Murphy
5. Stanley Kinnish
6. Harrison Skillan
7. Lewis Cannon
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Dylan Bullock
10. Joshua Cross
11. Graihagh Morgan – 1st Girl
12. Grace Wolstencroft
13. Archie Evans
14. Brad Le Geyt
15. Mian Watterson
16. Florrie Thomas
17. Aaron Kinvig
18. Zach Jones
19. Alfie Tummon
20. Lula Kinnish
21. Matthew Hooper
22. Jasper Skillicorn
23. Jasmine Dillon
24. Zoe Bridson
25. Amelie Geldart
26. Zac Woodward
27. Liam Blake
28. Samuel Dowson
29. Charlie Clarkson
30. Harry Mackenzie
31. Hugo Howland-Smith
32. Taylor Moore
33. Amber Buchanan
34. Niamh Orwin
35. Thomas Ashall
36. Joseph Barker
37. Billy McCullough
38. Aedan Larkham
39. Poojitha Vayyeti
40. Max Masson-Whittaker
41. Conor Madsen Mygdal
42. Ruby Partington
43. Ben Coole
44. Ava Harrison
45. Bernat Munoz-Fite

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Alec Sorby
3. Ollie Eyres
4. Freddie Griffin
5. Oliver Cooper
6. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
7. T.J.Teare
8. Summer Peters
9. Deaglan Peters
10. Ryan Nelson
11. Samuel Corkill
12. Lennon Moore
13. Joel Long
14. George Partington
15. George Kinnish
16. Charlotte Geldart
17. Ethan Skillicorn
18. Edward Field
19. Ryan Batty
20. Ella Darnill
21. Lewis Quirk
22. Charlie Williams
23. Tiana Kelly
24. Bob Radcliffe
25. Thomas Kerruish
26. Leon Murphy
27. Daniel Kuchta
28. Leah Prentice
29. Sophie Callow
30. Molly Hinds
31. Harvey Dedmen
32. Ellie Cowin
33. Daniel Matthews
34. Keelan Refearn
35. Grace Slinger
36. Megan Callin
37. Cara Leadley
38. Harvey Barrow
39. Olive Anstey
40. Anna Boardman
41. Finn Saxon
42. Ollie Townell
43. Poppy Bregazzi
44. Kelly Domingo
45. Eden Winning

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Rio Kelly
6. Jordan Carter
7. Jemma Quayle
8. Ben Davies
9. Cory Corkhill
10. Joseph Devereau
11. Harry Deering
12. Ed Coole
13. James Kinrade
14. Samuel Barker
15. Regan Corrin
16. Katie Brew
17. Owen Pilley
18. Jessica Falconer
19. Nathaniel Denton
20. Izzy Craig
21. Abigail McCulloch
22. Liam Bedford
23. Harry Ellis
24. Aalish Evans
25. Rhys Glover-Roberts
26. Nabeel Sheitch
27. Tamisha Pazhamivel

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

BORN 2005
1. Niall Colquitt
2. Mairi Harrison – 1st Girl
3. Oliver Corkish
4. Alexander Deering
5. Frank Kinnish
6. Tyler Annis
7. Chloe Dillon
8. Ella Griffin
9. James Scott
10. Callum Salisbury
11. Luca Moretta
12. Ryan Corrin
13. Harley Howland-Smith
14. Albert Kessler
15. Harry Boyle
16. Jack Meechan
17. Ben Shimmin
18. Juan Domingo
19. Alexis Cowell

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

1. Percy Hampton
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Joseph Corkish
4. Matthew Cooil
5. Emma Draper – 1st Girl
6. Tyler Hannay
7. Matthew Black
8. Josh Smith
9. Ross Arnold
10. Kyle Batty
11. Emily Kinley
12. Stephen Arnold
13. Jamie Comaish
14. Sam Cunningham
15. Charlie Bell

1. Zac Walker
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Ralf Holden
4. James Devereau
5. Dillon Dowson
6. Nathan Slack
7. Ivan Sorby
8. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
9. Mairi Harrison
10. Cameron Dudley
11. Cian Jackson
12. Oliver Corkish
13. Owen Collins
14. Drystan Sewell
15. Luca Moretta
16. Cian Howard
17. Tyler Annis
18. Zachary Dowson
19. Orry Lund
20. Chloe Comaish
21. Harvey Comaish-Cooil
22. Myles Le Geyt
23. Harley Howland-Smith
24. Mia Warren
25. Rebecca Cooil
26. Millissa Gale

1. Charlie Gibson
2. James Harrison
3. Aaron Lund
4. Tommy Skillicorn
5. Jonty Bregazzi
6. Matthew Cooil
7. Will Corkill
8. Percy Hampton
9. Jake Wilson
10. Matthew Black
11. Charlie Moss – 1st Girl
12. Tyler Hannay
13. Jack Christian
14. Toby Irwin
15. Blae Cain
16. Darcy Cain
17. Emily Kinley
18. Kyle Batty
19. Neil Maxwell

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


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