Report & Results – Isle of Man Youth League 14


246 future stars made it down to round 14 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth cycling league on Tuesday

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Report & Results – Isle of Man Youth League 14
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Despite the occasional light shower, conditions remained mainly dry and sometimes sunny for the 246 competitors who made it down to the NSC last Tuesday night for round 14 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth cycling league.

Having finished in the runners-up spot for the last six weeks, Nicole Astell-Burt finally reached the top spot in the novices class, riding clear of the field for a decisive solo victory. Series leader Abigail Cowell was a safe second and Abbie Jones led Oliver Schofield over the line for third. The consistent Joel Prentice was a good fifth and Luke Campbell ousted Oliver Durcan and George Lee in the rush for sixth. Jasper Whalley and Darcy Killey came in separately to complete the top ten.

In the born 2010 & later category Brad Le Geyt pipped Kylan Murphy in the race for the chequered flag. Danial Minay ousted Dylan Bullock in the battle for the final place on the podium and Joshua Cross stayed clear of chasers Samuel Dowson and leading girl Amelie Geldart to grab fifth. Harrison Skillan and Hugh Osborn were a secure eighth and ninth respectively, while Jayjay Plowman overcame Conor Madsen-Mygdal in the bunch gallop for tenth.

Eddie Dillon continued his domination of the born 2009 category, edging out breakaway companions Jake Jones and Cameron Hounsell in the final sprint to notch up his 13th success of the season. Sean Crone was too strong for May-Saa Smith, Henry Dormer and Abi Clayton in the scrap for fourth, with Kyle Roosenbroek keeping the fast finishing Aaron Kinvig at bay for eighth. Jonah Kenny maintained his position at the head of main chasing group to seize tenth ahead of Travis Bradshaw and Jarno Davidson. Newcomer Zahara Iqbac-Corkill, the late Nick Corkill’s granddaughter, was a very good 14th in a field of more than thirty riders.

Myles Le Geyt had to fend off a strong challenge from T.J.Teare before bagging maximum points in the born 2008 event. Freddie Griffin was a close third and top girl Fearne Bregazzi broke free from the chasing pack to claim fourth. Charlotte Geldart was fifth and Edward Field outran Ryan Nelson for sixth. Ella Darnill got past Charlie Williams on the finishing straight to snatch eighth and Leon Murphy led Bob Radcliffe and Chloe Schofield home to wrap up the top ten.

In the born 2007 class Cian Howard dropped fellow frontrunners Orry Lund, Charlie Scarffe and Rio Kelly in the closing stages to register his 13th success of the season. Jordan Carter had the edge on Florence Griffin in the struggle for fifth and James Kinrade maintained a steady seventh in front of Jemma Quayle, who in turn kept her distance ahead of pursuers Ella Skillan, Ed Coole and Matthew Edwards to safeguard eighth.


Returning after a two week break, Owen Collins picked up from where he left off in the born 2006 class, going from the gun and time trialling to victory. Zachary Dowson gave chase but was unable to bridge the gap and had to settle for the runners-up spot. Tom Caine and Samuel Devereau were third and fourth, with Charlie Teare coming through the field to grab fifth from Sophie Smith, Tom Darnill and Nathan Kinrade. Thobert Kerruish took the charge for ninth ahead of Lucy Field and Rebecca Cooil.

Tyler Annis got the verdict over Oliver Corkish in the group gallop at the end of the born 2005 three lapper. James Scott was third closely followed by Chloe Dillon and Mairi Harrison in fourth and fifth places. Callum Salisbury, Ella Griffin and Harley Howland-Smith completed the result sheet.

In the born 2004 & earlier grouping James Devereau outgunned Matthew Black, Dillon Dowson, Nathan Slack and Shellan Leeming in the final sprint. Leeming made a bold solo bid for glory on the penultimate lap but was reeled in by the four pursuers. Ellie Warren grabbed sixth from Blae Cain and Emily Kinley, while Megan Boardman did well to hold off the rapidly closing Sam Cunningham and Mia Warren in the fight for ninth.

Five riders contested the finish of the under 10 racing bikes, with Niall Colquitt taking the top slot ahead of Owen Collins, Cian Jackson, Cian Howard and Mairi Harrison who was the best girl. Orry Lund got the better of Myles Le Geyt in the scrap for sixth and Tyler Annis spearheaded the second wave of riders in for eighth place. James Scott and Oliver Corkish rounded off the top ten.

In the under 12 racing bikes Tyler Hannay made an early attack and forged ahead unchallenged for another impressive solo win. The following bunch fought over the minor placings in a mass bunch sprint which Jonty Bregazzi won. Matthew Cooil was third ahead of Matthew Black and Tommy Skillicorn, with Kiera Prentice the first girl in eighth position.

Conor Davies was always in the thick of the action in the fast and furious under 16 racing bikes event. The Olympic Development Apprentice got away at half distance and circulated on his own until being caught with just three laps to go. He regrouped for the sprint finish, pipping Adam Kelly on the line for a hard earned victory. Thomas Bostock was third, Dan Scarffe fourth, Harry Cain fifth and Tosh Teare the first of the u/14 riders in sixth place. Lucas Mudie was eighth and Amelia Sharpe the top girl in ninth spot.



1. Nicole Astell-Burt
2. Abigail Cowell
3. Abbie Jones
4. Oliver Schofield
5. Joel Prentice
6. Luke Campbell
7. Oliver Durcan
8. George Lee
9. Jasper Whalley
10. Darcy Killey
11. Teddy Baille
12. Harry Quayle
13. Rebecca Radcliffe
14. Jacob Smith
15. Charley Skillen
16. Jackson Roberts
17. Max Abbott
18. Jacob Dawkins
19. Isabella Edwards
20. Daniel Coates
21. Oscar Maddrell
22. Britteney Baillie
23. Poppy Clayton
24. Zachary Bowen
25. Cameron Eyres
26. Eli Dawson
27. Beth Chapman-Beale
28. Finley Quirk
29. Rory Teare
30. Harvey Wagstaffe
31. Jack Bullock
32. Florence Gaddes
33. Charlie Christian
34. Claude Gaddes
35. Millie Ward
36. Daisy Teare
37. Alfie Love
38. Poppy Killey
39. David Leece
40. Evie Jones
41. Safyia Laagamed
42. Jake Clarkson
43. Henry Kinrade
44. Matan Shani
45. Casey Crone
46. Heidi Kelly
47. Ryan Cartwright
48. Tobyn Speight
49. George Hampton

1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Kylan Murphy
3. Daniel Minay
4. Dylan Bullock
5. Joshua Cross
6. Samuel Dowson
7. Amelie Geldart – 1st girl
8. Harrison Skillan
9. Hugh Osborn
10. Jayjay Plowman
11. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
12. Beth Christian
13. Shannon Skillan
14. Max Messenger
15. Finbar McSevney
16. Ffinlo Thomas
17. Darragh Sharkey
18. Jack Edwards
19. Illiam Thomas
20. Macaulay Teare
21. Grayson Hudgeon-Young
22. Dylan Honeyman
23. Bernat Munoz-Fite
24. Isaac Stott
25. Bobby Kerruish
26. Grace Robinson
27. Sophie Roberts
28. Zac Lund
29. Carter Kneale
30. Ruby Galbraith
31. Andrew Tomlinson
32. Joshua Moffitt
33. Josie Quirk
34. Edward Hampton
35. Faith Teare
36. Itamar Shani
37. Charlie Dormer
38. Ramkiran Vayyeti
39. Evan Christian
40. Alfie Kinrade
41. Tara Nelson

BORN 2009
1. Eddie Dillon
2. Jake Jones
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Sean Crone
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
6. Henry Dormer
7. Abi Clayton
8. Kyle Roosenbroek
9. Aaron Kinvig
10. Jonah Kenny
11. Travis Bradshaw
12. Jarno Davidson
13. Harry Jones
14. Zahara Iqbac-Corkill
15. Thomas Radcliffe
16. Florrie Thomas
17. Cillian Sharkey
18. Hugo Howland-Smith
19. Joe Teare
20. Jazzy Dillon
21. Finley Thomas
22. Tristan Speight
23. Joseph Dawkins
24. Lily Elven
25. Poojitha Vayyeti
26. Rufus Whalley
27. Sorcha O’Brien
28. Aoife Sharkey
29. Niamh Smith
30 Ben Coole
31. Ted Last
32. Charlie Clarkson

BORN 2008
1. Myles Le Geyt
2. T.J.Teare
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st girl
5. Charlotte Geldart
6. Edward Field
7. Ryan Nelson
8. Ella Darnill
9. Charlie Williams
10. Leon Murphy
11. Bob Radcliffe
12. Chloe Schofield
13. Tiana Kelly
14. Oscar Christian
15. Alfie Bezance
16. Harvey Barrow
17. Ryan Batty
18. Harry Lee
19. Anna Boardman
20. Cars Leadley
21. Robert Tomlinson
22. Emily Rewsin
23. Zara Stott
24. Lewis Quirk
25. Zarina Honeyman
26. Grace Slinger
27. Amy Caine
28. Lucy Cartwright

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Charlie Scarffe
4. Rio Kelly
5. Jordan Carter
6. Florence Griffin – 1st girl
7. James Kinrade
8. Jemma Quayle
9. Ella Skillan
10. Ed Coole
11. Matthew Edwards
12. Joseph Devereau
13. Abigail McCulloch
14. Farran Iqbal-Corkill
15. Fyske Whitehead

BORN 2006
1. Owen Collins
2. Zachary Dowson
3. Tom Caine
4. Samuel Devereau
5. Charlie Teare
6. Sophie Smith – 1st girl
7. Tom Darnill
8. NNathan Kinrade
9. Thobert Kerruish
10. Lucy Field
11. Rebecca Cooil
12. Jack Christian
13. Bethany Priest
14. Lula Thomas
15. Aaron Rielly
16. Joseph Corlett
17. Grace Gawne
18. Zoe Durcan
19. Lily-Rose Gawne
20. Jack Swift
21. Ellie Maddox

BORN 2005
1. Tyler Annis
2. Oliver Corkish
3. James Scott
4. Chloe Dillon – 1st girl
5. Mairi Harrison
6. Callum Salisbury
7. Ella Griffin
8. Harley Howland-Smith

1. James Devereau
2. Matthew Black
3. Dillon Dowson
4. Nathan Slack
5. Shellan Leeming – 1st girl
6. Ellie Warren
7. Blae Cain
8. Emily Kinley
9. Megan Boardman
10. Sam Cunningham
11. Mia Warren

1. Niall Colquitt
2. Owen Collins
3. Cian Jackson
4. Cian Howard
5. Mairi Harrison – 1st girl
6. Orry Lund
7. Myles Le Geyt
8. Tyler Annis
9. James Scott
10. Oliver Corkish
11. T.J.Teare
12. Callum Salisbury
13. Charlie Scarffe
14. Rio Kelly
15. Fearne Bregazzi
16. Harvey Coole
17. Harley Howland-Smith
18. Harry Eyres
19. Tom Caine
20. Charlotte Geldart
21. Ed Coole
22. Harvey Dedman
23. Rebecca Cooil
24. Thomas Kerruish
25. Ollie Eyres
26. Sophia Dedman
27. Daniel Kuchta

1. Tyler Hannay
2. Jonty Bregazzi
3. Matthew Cooil
4. Matthew Black
5. Thomas Skillicorn
6. James Devereau
7. Ralf Holden
8. Kiera Prentice – 1st girl
9. Dillon Dowson
10. Cameron Dudley
11. Darcy Cain
12. Nathan Slack
13. Emily Kinley
14. Jack Sowerby

1. Conor Davies
2. Adam Kelly
3. Thomas Bostock
4. Daniel Scarffe
5. Harry Cain
6. Tosh Teare
7. Adam Scarffe
8. Lucas Mudie
9. Amelia Sharpe – 1st girl
10. James Harrison
11. Aaron Lund
12. Joseph Corkish
13. Corrin Leeming
14. Josh Smith
15. Corey Hill
16. Daniel Sowerby
17. Shellan Leeming
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