Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League 15


With the summer holiday migration now in full swing, 233 competitors signed-on at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 15 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League

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Report – RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League 15
(Dot Tilbury report)

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Cian Jackson provided the best entertainment of the night in the under 10 racing bikes. The talented eight year old attacked from the gun and soon built up a healthy lead. However, the chasing pack were not prepared to let him have it all his own way and they made a serious effort to reel him in. On the final lap it looked like they were going to bridge the gap, but a determined Jackson dug deep and hung on to take a well-deserved maiden victory in the “droppies” class. Ralf Holden edged out Nathan Slack and Drystan Sewell in the bunch sprint for second, with Kiera Prentice the first girl home in an impressive fifth place. Cameron Dudley completed the top six.

In the under 12 racing bikes Aaron Lund outgunned Will Corkill and Jake Wilson in the final rush for the line. Jonty Bregazzi beat Tyler Hannay in the battle for fourth and Jack Christian came in alone to grab sixth. Matthew Cooil got past leading girl Shellan Leeming in the closing stages to claim seventh and Tommy Skillicorn salvaged ninth after recovering from a last lap crash with James Harrison. Both riders were unhurt.

The fast and furious under 16’s race was full of attacks, with a group of seven riders eventually surging ahead to contest the final sprint, which Matthew Draper won. Owen Dudley was second, closely followed by Conor Davies, Will Draper, Thomas Bostock, Michael Moss and Adam Kelly. The top girl was Eleanor Davies in 11th place.

The born 2009 & later age group took to the track first, with Cameron Hounsell ousted Callum Christian to notch up his second successive win. Brad Le Geyt was a lonely third and Kylan Murphy stayed clear of a six-strong chasing group to claim fourth. Jaron Davidson took the gallop for fifth ahead of Samuel Dowson, Graihagh Morgan, Joseph Barker, Stanley Cubbon and Zach Jones.

Series leader Emily Rewsin went from the gun in the novices class and stayed clear to the finish. Tristan Speight was a safe second and Carter Kneale got the better of Jayjay Plowman in the rush for third. The fast finishing Lilee Venables pipped James Corlett for fifth and Abigail Cowell maintained seventh in front of Isabella Clarke. Max Messenger and Abigail Cullington rounded off the top ten leader board.

Myles Le Geyt and Alec Sorby continue to battle for the honours in the born 2008 category, with Le Geyt just having the edge this time. T.J.Teare was a good third and Oliver Cooper overcame Fearne Bregazzi in the tussle for fourth. Ryan Nelson and Joel Long broke away from the main chasing bunch to claim sixth and seventh respectively, while Tiana Kelly got the verdict in the subsequent dash for eighth. Regular top three finisher Ollie Eyres was in the thick of the action from the start but dropped down to 30th place after taking a tumble on the last lap.

In the born 2007 class Cian Howard controlled the race from the front, holding off a strong challenge from Orry Lund on his way to the victory. Rio Kelly overcame Archie Dunn, Florence Griffin and Charlie Scarffe in the sprint for third, with Ed Coole overtaking Cory Corkhill in the final few metres to snatch seventh. Jordan Carter and Jemma Quayle came in together to secure ninth and tenth.

Ivan Sorby was too strong for breakaway companions Drystan Sewell and Owen Collins in the gallop at the end of the born 2006 event. Zachary Dowson beat Connor Moughtin to the line for fourth and Rebecca Cooil took the girls’ prize in a solid sixth place. Harry Corkish and Tom Caine were seventh and eighth, while Tom Darnill recovered from a late start to finish ninth.

Harry Kneen sprinted ahead of fellow frontrunner Tyler Annis at the end of the born 2005 event to bag maximum points for the second week running. Mairi Harrison outpaced Alexander Deering and Teddy Dunn for third, with James Scott seizing sixth ahead of Ella Griffin.

In the born 2004 three lapper Nathan Slack went one better than his second place in the previous round, stealing a march on Kiera Prentice to score his first win of the series. Ben Doyle, Megan Boardman, Annabel Corkill and Amy Quayle wrapped up the top six.

Finally, Tyler Hannay showed a good turn of speed to come out on top in the bunch sprint that decided the outcome of the born 2003 & earlier grouping. Jonty Bregazzi and Matthew Cooil filled the remaining places on the podium.


1. Emily Rewsin – 1st girl
2. Tristan Speight
3. Carter Kneale
4. Jayjay Plowman
5. Lilee Venables
6. James Corlett
7. Abigail Cowell
8. Isabella Clarke
9. Max Messenger
10. Abigail Cullington
11. Arthur Freeman
12. Grace Robinson
13. Alex Quilliam
14. Sophie Roberts
15. Evie Wright
16. Alessia D’Ottavio
17. Alex McCullagh
18. Bobby Kerruish
19. Liberty Delooze
20. Reuben Scott
21. Erin Morgan
22. Fletcher Gell
23. Lily-Ann Scott
24. Darcy Killey
25. Isobel May
26. Heidi Goodall
27. Daisy Teare
28. Tobyn Speight
29. Cameron Eyres
30. Ethan Gibb
31. Jack Bullock
32. Max Abbott
33. Brody Walkingshaw
34. Alesha Challenor
35. Sebastian Hermann
36. Noah Trimble
37. Harry Leece
38. Saoirse Gell
39. Lily Walkingshaw
40. Joel Prentice
41. Lexii Pressley
42. David Leece

1. Cameron Hounsell
2. Callum Christian
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Kylan Murphy
5. Jarno Davidson
6. Samuel Dowson
7. Graihagh Morgan – 1st girl
8. Joseph Barker
9. Stanley Cubbon
10. Zach Jones
11. Dylan Bullock
12. Harrison Skillan
13. Max Davies
14. Joshua Cross
15. Joseph Dawkins
16. Archie Mulholland
17. Lewis Cannon
18. Thomas Ashall
19. Hugo Howland-Smith
20. Aoife Hughes
21. Daniel Minay
22. Caleb Quayle
23. Niamh Smith
24. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
25. Jacob Gibb
26. Harvey Pitts
27. Neve Madden
28. Aedan Larkham
29. Poojitha Vayyeti
30. Ealee Cubbon
31. Hugh Osborn
32. Jasper Skillicorn
33. Thomas Hutchinson
34. Mian Watterson
35. Macaulay Teare
36. Ruby Partington
37. Bernat-Munoz- Fite
38. Ramkiran Vayyeti

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Alec Sorby
3. T.J.Teare
4. Oliver Cooper
5. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
6. Ryan Nelson
7. Joel Long
8. Tiana Kelly
9. Ethan Skillicorn
10. Thomas Kerruish
11. Ryan Batty
12. Rhys Fallows
13. Leon Murphy
14. George Partington
15. Daniel Kuchta
16. Nicole Delooze
17. Ella Darnill
18. Chloe Hampson
19. Harvey Barrow
20. Leah Prentice
21. Edward Field
22. Anna Boardman
23. Jack Warren
24. Caitlyn Hampson
25. Cara Leadley
26. Amy Fallows
27. Keelan Redfearn
28. Amy Caine
29. Eleanor Scott
30. Ollie Eyres
31. Lucy Cartwright
32. Harley Pressley
33. Kelly Domingo

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Rio Kelly
4. Archie Dunn
5. Florence Griffin – 1st girl
6. Charlie Scarffe
7. Ed Coole
8. Cory Corkhill
9. Jordan Carter
10. Jemma Quayle
11. Ben Davies
12. Ellana Skillan
13. Izzy Craig
14. James Kinrade
15. Lucas Brockbanks
16. Samuel Barker
17. Owen Pilley
18. Jessica Falconer
19. Olivia Quayle
20. Abigail McCulloch
21. Aaron Walton
22. Harry Dickinson
23. Jessica Scott
24. Elliot Cocker
25. Rhys Glover-Roberts
26. Alex Ringham

BORN 2006
1. Ivan Sorby
2. Drystan Sewell
3. Owen Collins
4. Zachary Dowson
5. Connor Moughtin
6. Rebecca Cooil – 1st girl
7. Harry Corkish
8. Tom Caine
9. Tom Darnill
10. Imogen Cooper
11. Lucy Field
12. Ethan Bratty
13. Robert Maginn
14. Thobert Kerruish
15. Jack Christian
16. Grace Gawne
17. Tom Clague
18. Aaron Rielly
19. Mark O’Neill
20. Lily-Rose Gawne
21. Sarah Bridson
22. Callum Madden
23. Libbie Thompson
24. Freddie Jones
25. Charlie Shimmin

BORN 2005
1. Harry Kneen
2. Tyler Annis
3. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
4. Alexander Deering
5. Teddy Dunn
6. James Scott
7. Ella Griffin
8. Callum Salisbury
9. Harley Howland-Smith
10. Lena Coole
11. Harvey Comaish-Coole
12. Ben Shimmin
13. Juan Domingo

BORN 2004
1. Nathan Slack
2. Kiera Prentice
3. Ben Boyle
4. Megan Boardman
5. Annabel Corkill
6. Amy Quayle
7. Toby Craig
8. Caitlin Matthews
9. Callum Kneen

1. Tyler Hannay
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Matthew Cooil
4. Corrin Leeming
5. Emma Draper – 1st girl
6. Shellan Leeming
7. Ryan Quirk
8. Kyle Batty
9. Jack Collister
10. Sam Cunningham

1. Cian Jackson
2. Ralf Holden
3. Nathan Slack
4. Drystan Sewell
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st girl
6. Cameron Dudley
7. Tyler Annis
8. Harry Kneen
9. Callum Salisbury
10. Ivan Sorby
11. Cian Howard
12. Luca Moretta
13. Mairi Harrison
14. Teddy Dunn
15. Orry Lund
16. Jack Sowerby
17. Megan Boardman
18. Amy Quayle
19. Ben Boyle
20. Harley Howland-Smith
21. Myles Le Geyt
22. Archie Dunn
23. Chloe Comaish
24. Harvey Comaish-Coole
25. Rebecca Cooil
26. T.J.Teare
27. Zachary Dowson
28. Millie Moughtin
29. Ethan Bratty
30. Harvey Dedmen

1. Aaron Lund
2. Will Corkill
3. Jake Wilson
4. Jonty Bregazzi
5. Tyler Hannay
6. Jack Christian
7. Matthew Cooil
8. Shellan Leeming
9. Tommy Skillicorn
10. Corrin Leeming
11. Ryan Quirk
12. Blae Cain
13. Darcy Cain
14. Kyle Batty

1. Matthew Draper
2. Owen Dudley
3. Conor Davies
4. Will Draper
5. Thomas Bostock
6. Michael Moss
7. Adam Kelly
8. Tosh Teare
9. Ben Christian
10. Lucas Mudie
11. Eleanor Davies 1st girl
12. Adam Scarffe
13. Harry Cain
14. Kaitlin Slack
15. Tara Ferguson
16. Juan Kneen
17. Ben Cunningham
18. Daniel Sowerby
19. Ciara Sowerby

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