Report – Isle of Man RL360 Youth League


285 competitors signed-on at the NSC last Tuesday night for round eight of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league

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Report – Isle of Man RL360 Youth League
(by Dot Tilbury)

In the novices class Tristan Speight scored his maiden win of the series, crossing the line with a clear advantage over runner-up Harry Wilson. Top girl Abigail Cowell was a close third, with the consistent Jayjay Plowman leading Max Messenger home for fourth. Abigail Cullington, Harvey Pitts, Luke Pledger, Lily-Ann Scott and Alex Montgomery completed the top ten.

Eddie Dillon had to hold off a strong challenge from Callum Christian before claiming the victory in the born 2009 & later age group. Jarno Davidson came from behind to snatch third from Kylan Murphy and Harrison Skillan pipped Stanley Kinnish, Grace Wolstencroft, Dylan Bullock and Zach Jones in the sprint for fifth. Max Davies was a solid tenth and Mian Watterson kept the fast finishing Lewis Cannon at bay for 11th.

In the born 2008 category Alec Sorby rode clear of breakaway partner Myles Le Geyt on the final lap to notch up his fourth win of the season. Ollie Eyres beat Freddie Griffin in the fight for third and Deaglan Blake edged out Edward Field, Oliver Cooper and Fearne Bregazzi in the dash for fifth. T.J.Teare and Lennon Moore led the chasing pack in to round off the top ten leader board.

Maintaining his unbeaten record, Cian Howard led from start to finish in the born 2007 race. Orry Lund repelled a late charge from the impressive Florence Griffin to secure second and Charlie Scarffe stayed ahead of his pursuers to grab fourth. Jordan Carter headed Ben Davies over the line for fifth and Harry Deering got the better of Jemma Quayle in the tussle for seventh. Ellana Skillan was a safe ninth and newcomer Thomas Monaghan did well to outgun Olivia Quayle in the rush for tenth.

In the born 2006 event Cian Jackson powered away from Ivan Sorby on the finish straight to seize the win. Drystan Sewell lost contact with the two frontrunners in the closing stages, finishing a safe third ahead of Zachary Dowson and Owen Collins , who trailed in separately for fourth and fifth. Samuel Devereau snatched sixth from Nicola Quaye and Connor Moughtin outsprinted Harry Eyres, Jenson Artus and Lucy Field for eighth. Tomas Flowers led the rest of the field home to wrap up the top twelve.

Attacking from the gun, Niall Colquitt time trialled to a fine solo victory in the born 2005 class. Harry Kneen was too strong for Mairi Harrison and Oliver Corkish in the battle for second, while Alexander Deering outran impressive first timer Luke Robinson in rush for fifth. Tyler Annis won the race for seventh ahead of Frank Kinnish and Harry Boyle, with Luca Moretta squeezing out Chloe Dillon and Ella Griffin for tenth.

In the born 2004 class Zac Walker made an early bid for glory and left the rest of the field in his wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. James Devereau was second closely followed by Kiera Prentice and Nathan Slack in third and fourth places respectively. Megan Boardman was a lonely fifth and Toby Craig overcame Annabel Corkill for sixth.

A ten-strong leading group of riders stayed together all the way to the finish of the born 2003 & earlier three lapper. In the end it was Jonty Bregazzi who took the sprint ahead of Percy Hampton and Matthew Cooil, with Emma Draper the top girl in seventh spot.

Notching up his second win of the night, Zac Walker accelerated out of the blocks in the under 10 racing bikes and was never seen again. A chasing group of eleven riders contested the sprint for second with Ralf Holden getting the verdict ahead of Nathan Slack. The hard working Niall Colquitt was fourth and first girl Kiera Prentice a very good fifth. James Devereau was sixth and Cian Jackson the best of the under 8 riders in seventh place.

In the under 12 racing bikes Charlie Gibson and James Harrison broke free shortly after they had neutralised a blistering second lap attack from Aaron Lund. The duo stayed clear to the finish where Gibson took the win, with Jonty Bregazzi leading the chasers home for third. Charlie Moss took the girls’ prize in 11th place.

A crash at two thirds distance brought the under 16 racing bikes to a standstill while the track was cleared. Although there were no serious injuries, William Draper and Daniel Scarffe were unable to continue.

After the restart it was Matthew Draper who came through to take the win ahead of Michael Moss and Conor Davies. Fifth placed Adam Kelly was the first category B rider and Sophie Black the top girl in ninth spot.

RL360 Youth League Results – Round 8 – Tuesday, 10th June 2014

1. Tristan Speight
2. Harry Wilson
3. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
4. Jayjay Plowman
5. Max Messenger
6. Abigail Cullington
7. Harvey Pitts
8. Luke Pledger
9. Lily-Ann Scott
10. Alex Montgomery
11. Dylan Honeyman
12. Jacob Gibb
13. Isabella Clarke
14. Elijah Winning
15. Lucy Cartwright
16. Jessica Sherwin
17. Zac Lund
18. Liberty Delooze
19. Grace Robinson
20. Macaulay Teare
21. Rebecca Radcliffe
22. Cormac Doherty
23. Daisy Taubman
24. Noah Trimble
25. Noah Doyle
26. Ethan Gibb
27. Sophie Roberts
28. Jack Bullock
29. Harry Leece
30. Jack Monaghan
31. Lily Walkingshaw
32. Brody Walkingshaw
33. Fletcher Gell
34. Cameron Eyres
35. Holly Cowell
36. Erin Morgan
37. Josie Quirk
38. Bella Rice
39. Saoirse Gell
40. Joel Prentice
41. Fianna Watterson
42. Jake Clarkson
43. Alesha Clarkson

1. Eddie Dillon
2. Callum Christian
3. Jarno Davidson
4. Kylan Murphy
5. Harrison Skillan
6. Stanley Kinnish
7. Grace Wolstencroft – 1st Girl
8. Dylan Bullock
9. Zach Jones
10. Max Davies
11. Mian Watterson
12. Lewis Cannon
13. Louis Piggin
14. Liam Blake
15. Aaron Kinvig
16. Jasper Skillicorn
17. Brad Le Geyt
18. Joseph Barker
19. Matthew Hooper
20. Archie Mulholland
21. Alfie Tummon
22. Lula Kinnish
23. Jasmine Dillon
24. Aedan Larkham
25. Aoife Hughes
26. Taylor Moore
27. Joshua Gelling
28. Niamh Smith
29. Samuel Dowson
30. Zac Woodward
31. Thomas Ashall
32. Charlie Clarkson
33. Joshua Cross
34. Max Masson-Whittaker
35. Ruby Partington
36. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
37. Billy McCullough
38. Caleb Quayle
39. Ben Coole
40. Poojitha Vayyeti
41. Ramkiran Vayyeti
42. Bernat Munoz-Fite

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

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Jordan Carter
6. Ben Davies
7. Harry Deering
8. Jemma Quayle
9. Ellana Skillan
10. Thomas Monaghan
11. Olivia Quayle
12. Joseph Devereau
13. Regan Corrin
14. Ed Coole
15. Izzy Craig
16. Nathaniel Denton
17. Samuel Barker
18. Owen Pilley
19. Jessica Falconer
20. Katie Brew
21. Abigail McCulloch
22. Liam Bedford
23. Lewin scarffe
24. Amy Cross

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Zachary Dowson
5. Owen Collins
6. Samuel Devereau
7. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
8. Connor Moughtin
9. Harry Eyres
10. Jenson Artus
11. Lucy Field
12. Tomas Flowers
13. Tom Darnill
14. Rebecca Cooil
15. Jack Robbins
16. Imogen Cooper
17. Sophie Smith
18. Corey Peters
19. Thobert Kerruish
20. Harry Callin
21. Grace Gawne
22. Ethan Bratty
23. Ruby McCubbin
24. Jack Christian
25. Tom Clague
26. Joseph Corlett
27. Aaron Rielly
28. Charlie Convery
29. Lily-Rose Gawne
30. Freddie Jones
31. Amy Pledger

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

BORN 2004
1. Zac Walker
2. James Devereau
3. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
4. Nathan Slack
5. Megan Boardman
6. Toby Craig
7. Annabel Corkill
8. Jack Sowerby
9. Amy Quayle
10. Eden McCubbin
11. Nancy Wheeler

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

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

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

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

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