Report – RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 16


238 youngsters brave the weather last Tuesday night for round 16 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League

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Report – RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 16
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Despite a far from ideal weather forecast, conditions remained dry for the 238 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 16 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League. The racing was very close in most classes as riders fought for the extra points that were on offer due to the absence of several of the regular frontrunners.

One of the most hotly contested finishes was in the born 2007 age group where Orry Lund outsprinted Rio Kelly to score his maiden win in the series. Archie Dunn eased ahead of fellow chaser Charlie Scarffe in the closing stages to snatch third and Cory Corkhill led the main bunch over the line for fifth. Jordan Carter, Jemma Quayle, Ben Davies, Olivia Quayle and Ellana Skillan completed the top ten.

Owen Collins was also a first-time victor in the born 2006 event, edging out breakaway partner Drystan Sewell in the dash for the chequered flag. Top girl Nicola Quaye took the sprint for third ahead of Samuel Devereau, Connor Moughtin, Tom Caine, Harry Callin and Rebecca Cooil, while Harry Eyres got the better of Tom Darnill in the run in for ninth. Imogen Cooper escaped from a group of seven riders to grab 11th and Thobert Kerruish got the verdict in the tussle for 12th.

Five riders broke away on the penultimate lap to contest the finish of the born 2005 category. Harry Kneen pipped top girl Mairi Harrison for the honours, with Oliver Corkish a close third ahead of Teddy Dunn and Frank Kinnish. James Scott led the rest of a splintered field home to round off the top six leader board.

James Devereau had to hold off a strong challenge from Dillon Dowson before securing the victory in the born 2004 class. Nathan Slack beat Ben Boyle and Kiera Prentice in the fight for third and Toby Craig kept Amy Quayle at bay for sixth place.

Percy Hampton came out on top in the five-man sprint that decided the outcome of the born 2003 & earlier grouping. Jonty Bregazzi was second, followed by Tyler Hannay, Matthew Cooil and Joseph Corkish in third, fourth and fifth respectively. Ryan Quirk outpaced Kyle Batty in the scrap for sixth.

In the born 2009 & later race Eddie Dillon returned from a two week break to notch up his twelfth win of the season, crossing the line well clear of Cameron Hounsell, who beat Kylan Murphy to the runners-up spot. Zach Jones had the edge on Jarno Davidson in the battle for fourth and Grace Wolstencroft was too quick for Florrie Thomas, Harrison Skillan and Dylan Bullock in the dart for sixth.

Maintaining his late challenge for the overall honours, Myles Le Geyt had a comfortable solo win in the born 2008 two lapper. Ollie Eyres led Oliver Cooper and the fast finishing T.J.Teare home for second, with Fearne Bregazzi taking the girls’ prize in a solid fifth place. Edward Field outgunned George Kinnish and Ryan Nelson in the gallop for sixth, while Ryan Batty ousted Leon Murphy in the bunch sprint for ninth. Newcomer Sonny Finch was an impressive 11th.

Emily Rewsin went from the gun in the novices class and was never caught. Tristan Speight, Carter Kneale, James Corlett and Jayjay Plowman rolled in separately to fill second to fifth places respectively and Max Messenger headed Abigail Cullington over the line to bag sixth. Evie Wright, Luke Pledger and Edward Hampson wrapped up the top ten.

In the very entertaining under 10 racing bikes Dillon Dowson produced his best performance of the year so far, outsprinting his six breakaway companions for a fine win. Cameron Dudley also produced a season’s best to take second in front of Drystan Sewell, Cian Jackson, Nathan Slack, Kiera Prentice and Harry Kneen. Mairi Harrison and Samuel Devereau were eighth and ninth, with Jack Sowerby spearheading the second group of riders home for tenth.

The under 12’s droppies ended in a sprint between a leading group of nine riders. Jonty Bregazzi started the action but was overtaken by James Harrison who took the win. Bregazzi salvaged second, with Aaron Lund coming through to grab third ahead of Jake Wilson, Tommy Skillicorn, Tyler Hannay, Percy Hampton, Matthew Cooil and Jack Christian.

Owen Dudley, Will Draper and Thomas Bostock showed a clean pair of wheels to the rest of a ten-strong leading group to fill the top three places on the under 16’s podium. Adam Kelly, Nathan Hinks and Daniel Scarffe completed the top six, with Kaitlin Slack taking the girls’ award in 12th position.


1. Emily Rewsin – 1st girl
2. Tristan Speight
3. Carter Kneale
4. James Corlett
5. Jayjay Plowman
6. Max Messenger
7. Abigail Cullington
8. Evie Wright
9. Luke Pledger
10. Edward Hampson
11. Dylan Honeyman
12. Isabella Clarke
13. Sam Wolstencroft
14. Liberty Delooze
15. Herbie Hampton-France
16. Alex Quilliam
17. Sophie Roberts
18. Zac Lund
19. Ethan Gibb
20. Darcy Killey
21. Alessia D’Ottavio
22. Noah Trimble
23. Bobby Kerruish
24. Edith Berry
25. George Berry
26. Arthur Freeman
27. Lexii Pressley
28. Noah Doyle
29. Tobyn Speight
30. Cameron Eyres
31. Alesha Challenor
32. Fletcher Gell
33. Harry Leece
34. Saoirse Gell
35. Jake Clarkson
36. Heidi Goodall
37. Joel Prentice
38. Josie Quirk
39. David Leece
40. Tara Nelson

1. Eddie Dillon
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Kylan Murphy
4. Zach Jones
5. Jarno Davidson
6. Grace Wolstencroft – 1st girl
7. Florrie Thomas
8. Harrison Skillan
9. Dylan Bullock
10. Stanley Kinnish
11. Max Davies
12. Fraser Pearce
13. Joshua Cross
14. Archie Mulholland
15. Joseph Dawkins
16. Aoife Hughes
17. Samuel Dowson
18. Hugo Howland-Smith
19. Amelie Geldart
20. Jasmine Dillon
21. Thomas Ashall
22. Lula Kinnish
23. Daniel Minay
24. Caleb Quayle
25. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
26. Mian Watterson
27. Jacob Gibb
28. Charlie Clarkson
29. Harvey Pitts
30. Zac Woodward
31. Jasper Skillicorn
32. Billy McCullough
33. Ruby Partington
34. Rosie Bullough
35. Poojitha Vayyeti
36. Macaulay Teare
37. Ben Coole
38. Kyle Roosenbroek
39. Reuben Scott
40. Ramkiran Vayyeti
41. Bernat Munoz-Fite

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Ollie Eyres
3. Oliver Cooper
4. T.J.Teare
5. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
6. Edward Field
7. George Kinnish
8. Ryan Nelson
9. Ryan Batty
10. Leon Murphy
11. Sonny Finch
12. Thomas Kerruish
13. Ella Darnill
14. Nicole Delooze
15. Ethan Skillicorn
16. Charlotte Geldart
17. Rhys Fallows
18. Daniel Kuchta
19, Leah Prentice
20. Chloe Hampson
21. George Partington
22. Dylan Larrosa
23. Lewis Quirk
24. Megan Callin
25. Jack Warren
26. Isaac Bawden
27. Amy Caine
28. Caitlyn Hampson
29. Amy Fallows
30. Sophie Callow
31. Harley Pressley
32. Eleanor Scott
33. Lucy Cartwright
34. Kelly Domingo

BORN 2007
1. Orry Lund
2. Rio Kelly
3. Archie Dunn
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Cory Corkhill
6. Jordan Carter
7. Jemma Quayle – 1st girl
8. Ben Davies
9. Olivia Quayle
10. Ellana Skillan
11. Ed Coole
12. Harry Deering
13. Izzy Craig
14. James Kinrade
15. Lucas Brockbanks
16. Joseph Devereau
17. Owen Pilley
18. Abigail McCulloch
19. Jessica Scott
20. Matthew Edwards
21. Alex Harris-Burland
22. Rhys Glover-Roberts
23. Alex Ringham
24. Lewin Scarffe

BORN 2006
1. Owen Collins
2. Drystan Sewell
3. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
4. Samuel Devereau
5. Connor Moughton
6. Tom Caine
7. Harry Callin
8. Rebecca Cooil
9. Harry Eyres
10. Tom Darnill
11. Imogen Cooper
12. Thobert Kerruish
13. Lucy Field
14. Tomas Flowers
15. Lula Thomas
16. Ethan Bratty
17. Amy Pledger
18. Joseph Corlett
19. Jack Christian
20. Aaron Rielly
21. Grace Gawne
22. Henry Garritt
23. Lily-Rose Gawne
24. Hannah Soliven

BORN 2005
1. Harry Kneen
2. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
3. Oliver Corkish
4. Teddy Dunn
5. Frank Kinnish
6. James Scott
7. Alexander Deering
8. Callum Salisbury
9. Chloe Dillon
10. Albert Kessler
11. Harley Howland-Smith
12. Harvey Comaish-Coole
13. Lena Coole
14. Rory Teare
15. Peter Lloyd
16. Kirsten Monsales

BORN 2004
1. James Devereau
2. Dillon Dowson
3. Nathan Slack
4. Ben Boyle
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st girl
6. Toby Craig
7. Amy Quayle
8. Lucy Callow
9. Morgan Lavery
10. William Cawte

1. Percy Hampton
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Tyler Hannay
4. Matthew Cooil
5. Joseph Corkish
6. Ryan Quirk
7. Kyle Batty
8. Jack Collister
9. Chris Moore
10. Jamie Teare
11. Ryan Colquitt

1. Dillon Dowson
2. Cameron Dudley
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Cian Jackson
5. Nathan Slack
6. Kiera Prentice – 1st girl
7. Harry Kneen
8. Mairi Harrison
9. Samuel Devereau
10. Jack Sowerby
11. Teddy Dunn
12. Owen Collins
13. Callum Salisbury
14. Frank Kinnish
15. Oliver Corkish
16. James Scott
17. Ben Boyle
18. Chloe Dillon
19. Myles Le Geyt
20. Harley Howland-Smith
21. Orry Lund
22. Amy Quayle
23. Rebecca Cooil
24. Harry Callin
25. Harvey Comaish-Coole
26. Chloe Comaish
27. Mia Warren
28. Archie Dunn
29. T.J.Teare
30. Harvey Dedmen
31. Ethan Bratty

1. James Harrison
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Aaron Lund
4. Jake Wilson
5. Tommy Skillicorn
6. Tyler Hannay
7. Percy Hampton
8. Matthew Cooil
9. Jack Christian
10. Ryan Quirk
11. Tom Kermode
12. Kyle Batty
13. Darcy Cain – 1st girl

1. Owen Dudley
2. Will Draper
3. Thomas Bostock
4. Adam Kelly
5. Nathan Hinks
6. Daniel Scarffe
7. Ben Christian
8. Lucas Mudie
9. Tosh Teare
10. Adam Scarffe
11. Max Walker
12. Kaitlin Slack – 1st girl
13. Harry Cain
14. Conor Gelling
15. Eleanor Davies
16. Juan Kneen
17. Joseph Corkish
18. Corey Hill
19. Daniel Sowerby
20. Carrick Thompson
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