Report – RL360 Youth League Round 9


Conditions could not have been better for the 264 riders who turned out at a sun-kissed NSC last Tuesday for Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league

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Report – RL360 Youth League Round 9 – thanks Dot.

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Ten year old Zac Walker was the star of the night, scoring impressive solo victories in two of the eleven classes.

The born 2009 & later age group took to the track first, with Eddie Dillon taking the win for the ninth week in succession. Callum Christian pipped Cameron Hounsell for second place and Jarno Davidson led Kylan Murphy home for fourth. Leading girl Graihagh Morgan was a good sixth and Joseph Barker overcame Harrison Skillan in the dash for seventh. Zach Jones was a solid ninth and Archie Mulholland ousted Louis Piggin for tenth. Lewis Cannon outgunned Max Davies in the bunch sprint for twelfth.

Emily Rewsin powered away from the field for a clear win in the novices class. The ever improving Jayjay Plowman beat Harry Wilson and Max Messenger to the line to grab second, while round eight winner Tristan Speight held off Abigail Cowell in the tussle for fifth. Jacob Gibb, Luke Pledger, Isabella Clarke and Emily Cowell completed the top ten.

In the born 2008 category Alec Sorby picked up his fifth win of the series, taking the chequered flag with a sizable gap over Ollie Eyres, who came from behind to snatch the runners-up spot from Myles Le Geyt. Deaglan Blake was a safe fourth and Freddie Griffin was too quick for top girl Fearne Bregazzi in the dash for fifth. T.J. Teare was a strong seventh and Oliver Cooper led Joel Long in for eighth. Lennon Moore headed the main chasing group home to round off the top ten.

Cian Howard led from start to finish in the born 2007 event. Orry Lund ousted the fast finishing Rio Kelly in the fight for second and first girl Florence Griffin had the edge on Charlie Scarffe in the battle for fourth. Harry Deering had the upper hand on Jordan Carter and Ben Davies in the gallop for sixth, with Cory Corkhill and Jemma Quayle finishing close behind in ninth and tenth places respectively.

In the born 2006 race overall leader Cian Jackson recorded his ninth success, fending off a strong challenge from Ivan Sorby on his way to victory. Sorby took second ahead of Zachary Dowson, who was too strong for Drystan Sewell and Owen Collins in the race for third. Samuel Devereau led Connor Moughtin, Nicola Quaye and Jack Robbins in for sixth, while Tom Darnill spearheaded a second chasing group over the line for tenth.

Niall Colquitt maintained his unbeated run in the born 2005 class with another impressive solo win. Harry Kneen got the verdict over Mairi Harrison, Oliver Corkish, Tyler Annis and Luke Robinson in the sprint for second, with Alexander Deering heading Frank Kinnish, Harry Boyle and Ella Griffin in the rush for seventh.

Zac Walker notched up the first of his two wins in the born 2004 category, going from the gun and extending his lead all the way to the finish. Dillon Dowson escaped from a five-strong chasing group to grab second, with James Devereau fighting off Nathan Slack, Kiera Prentice and Megan Boardman in the scrap for the final place on the podium. Jack Sowerby led the rest of the field home to secure seventh ahead of Annabel Corkill, Toby Craig and Eden McCubbin.

Eight riders contested the finish of the born 2003 & earlier grouping, with Percy Hampton eventually taking the win ahead of Tyler Hannay, Jonty Bregazzi, Corrin Leeming, Joseph Corkish, Juan Kneen, Matthew Cooil and Emma Draper. Shellan Leeming and Josh Smith wrapped up the top ten.

Repeating the tactics he used for his previous win, Zac Walker rode away from the field in the under 10 racing bikes and soloed to another convincing win. Niall Colquitt tried to bridge the ever increasing gap to the leader, but in the end had to settle for a distant second place. Nathan Slack won the bunch sprint for third ahead of Dillon Dowson and Kiera Prentice. Mairi Harrison was sixth and Cian Jackson the top under 8 rider in seventh spot.

James Harrison picked up his first win of the series in the under 12 racing bikes, outrunning Charlie Gibson and Matthew Cooil in the mass dash for the line. Will Corkill and Jonty Bregazzi completed the top six. In the under 16 racing bikes Matthew Draper outsprinted Michael Moss for the honours, with Will Draper grabbing third ahead of Nathan Hinks, Sophie Black and Conor Davies.

RL360 Youth League Results – Round 9 – Tuesday, 17th June 2014

1. Emily Rewsin
2. Jayjay Plowman
3. Harry Wilson
4. Max Messenger
5. Tristan Speight
6. Abigail Cowell – 1st girl
7. Jacob Gibb
8. Luke Pledger
9. Isabella Clarke
10. Emily Cowell
11. Abigail Cullington
12. Lucy Cartwright
13. Elijah Winning
14. Zac Lund
15. Grace Robinson
16. Dylan Honeyman
17. Liberty Delooze
18. Macaulay Teare
19. Sophie Roberts
20. Jack Monaghan
21. Brody Walkingshaw
22. Ethan Gibb
23. Erin Morgan
24. Daisy Taubman
25. Bobby Kerruish
26. Harry Leece
27. Daisy Teare
28. Holly Cowell
29. Noah Trimble
30. Josie Quirk
31. Fletcher Gell
32. Bella Rice
33. Cameron Eyres
34. Joel Prentice
35. Saoirse Gell
36. Jake Clarkson
37. Alesha Challenor
38. Kaci Boyle

1. Eddie Dillon
2. Callum Christian
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Jarno Davidson
5. Kylan Murphy
6. Graihagh Morgan – 1st girl
7. Joseph Barker
8. Harrison Skillan
9. Zach Jones
10. Archie Mulholland
11. Louis Piggin
12. Lewis Cannon
13. Max Davies
14. Mian Watterson
15. Casey McDonald
16. Liam Blake
17. Stanley Kinnish
18. Joshua Cross
19. Abi Clayton
20. Aedan Larkham
21. Archie Evans
22. Lula Kinnish
23. Fraser Pearce
24. Taylor Moore
25. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
26. Harry Mackenzie
27. Matthew Hooper
28. Jasmine Dillon
29. Samuel Dowson
30. Hugo Howland-Smith
31. Charlie Clarkson
32. Oliver Christian
33. Aoife Hughes
34. Max Masson-Whittaker
35. Zac Woodward
36. Amelie Geldart
37. Caleb Quayle
38. Stevie Dugdale
39. Niamh Smith
40. Brad Le Geyt
41. Poojitha Vayyeti
42. Jasper Skillicorn
43. Ruby Partington
44. Kyle Roosenbroek
45. Ben Coole
46. Bernat Munoz- Fite
47. Ramkiran Vayyeti

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Ollie Eyres
3. Myles Le Geyt
4. Deaglan Blake
5. Freddie Griffin
6. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
7. T.J.Teare
8. Oliver Cooper
9. Joel Long
10. Lennon Moore
11. George Kinnish
12. Ella Darnill
13. Summer Peters
14. George Partington
15. Thomas Kerruish
16. Ethan Skillicorn
17. Lewis Quirk
18. Leon Murphy
19. Daniel Kuchta
20. Ryan Batty
21. Tiana Kelly
22. Nicole Delooze
23. Charlotte Geldart
24. Jack Warren
25. Charlie Williams
26. Leah Prentice
27. Dylan Larrosa
28. Molly Hinds
29. Toby Horsey
30. Sophie Callow
31. Finn McKeirnan
32. Daniel Matthews
33. Megan Callin
34. Cara Leadley
35. Anna Boardman
36. Harvey Barrow
37. Faye Wilson
38. William Lomas
39. Kieran Quaggin
40. Poppy Bregazzi
41. Oscar Christian
42. Ryan Nelson
43. Zarina Honeyman
44. Eden Winning

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Rio Kelly
4. Florence Griffin – 1st girl
5. Charlie Scarffe
6. Harry Deering
7. Jordan Carter
8. Ben Davies
9. Cory Corkhill
10. Jemma Quayle
11. Olivia Quayle
12. Thomas Monaghan
13. Ellana Skillan
14. Ed Coole
15. Samuel Barker
16. Owen Pilley
17. Abigail McCulloch
18. Nathaniel Denton
19. Katie Brew
20. Joseph Devereau
21. Jessica Falconer
22. Aaron Walton
23. Harry Dickinson

BORN 2006
1. Cian Jackson
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Zachary Dowson
4. Drystan Sewell
5. Owen Collins
6. Samuel Devereau
7. Connor Moughtin
8. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
9. Jack Robbins
10. Tom Darnill
11. Tomas Flowers
12. Rebecca Cooil
13. Imogen Cooper
14. Corey Peters
15. Sophie Smith
16. Thobert Kerruish
17. Adan Horsey
18. Harry Callin
19. Jack Christian
20. Joseph Corlett
21. Amy Pledger
22. Tom Clague
23. Aaron Rielly
24. Gabriella Corkish
25. Jake Rout-Moore

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

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

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

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

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

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