Report: Isle of Man’s Youth League 10


Conditions were unexpectedly good at the NSC last Tuesday night for round ten of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report: Isle of Man’s Youth League 10
(by Dot Tilbury)

Conditions were unexpectedly good at the NSC last Tuesday night for round ten of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league. Fortunately, the heavy showers that were passing over the Island at the time completely missed Douglas and the 263 competitors were able to enjoy their racing with the sun on their backs.

In the novices race Jasper Whalley outsprinted Jack Monaghan to bag maximum points for the third week running and move into the top slot in the overall standings. Leading girl Charley Skillen was a solid third and Charlie Christian overcame Daniel Coates and Evie Lund in the tussle for fourth. Harry Tummon grabbed seventh ahead of James Cope and Lewis De Backer, with Daisy Teare overtaking Orry McSevney in the closing stages to round off the top ten.

Bouncing back from his defeat in the previous round, Finbar McSevney edged out main rival Carter Kneale to reclaim the number one position in the born 2011 and later age group. Bobby Kewley led fellow chasers Joel Prentice and Bobby Kerruish home for third, while first girl Abigail Cowell outran Macaulay Teare for sixth. Dylan Honeyman headed Charlie Dormer, Bernat Munoz-Fite and Poppy Clayton over the line for eighth, with newcomer Lenny Bumfrey an impressive 12th in a large field of 39 riders.

Brad Le Geyt had to work hard to fend off strong challenges from Conor Madsen-Mygdal and Stanley Kinnish on the way to taking the top honours in the born 2010 class. Harrison Skillan took fourth ahead of fellow pursuers Daniel Minay, Lula Kinnish, Ffinlo Thomas, Archie Mulholland and Illiam Thomas, while Hugh Thomas ousted Liam Blake in the rush to secure the final position on the top ten leader board.

In the born 2009 category regular top three finisher Tom Pickavance picked up his second win of the season, pipping top girl May-Saa Smith in the final dash for the chequered flag. Cameron Hounsell led Zach Jones home for third and Matthew Hooper beat Eddie Dillon, Ethan Edge and Harry Beattie in the scrap for fifth. Abi Clayton and Henry Dormer came in separately to claim ninth and tenth, with Max Masson-Whittaker defeating Florrie Thomas in the bunch sprint for 11th.

Alec Sorby, Freddie Griffin and Deaglan Blake escaped from a leading group of seven riders to secure the top three places in the born 2008 event. Joel Long got the verdict over Charlie Williams, George Kinnish and Fearne Bregazzi in the battle for fourth, with Bob Radcliffe spearheading a second group of chasers in for eighth. Tiana Kelly and Ella Darnill completed the top ten.

Cian Howard’s final burst of speed was too good for breakaway partners Orry Lund and Rio Kelly at the end of the born 2007 class. Charlie Scarffe got the better of Jordan Carter and James Kinrade in the dart for fourth, while Florence Griffin headed Jemma Quayle and Jess Pickavance home to take the girls’ prize in seventh spot.

The up-and-coming Nicola Quaye led travelling companions Owen Collins and Ivan Sorby around for two of the three laps in the born 2006 category. On the final circuit Collins and Sorby forged ahead to gain first and second respectively with Quaye just behind in a well-deserved third place. Samuel Devereau and Sophie Smith clipped off the front of the chasing bunch to snatch fourth and fifth, leaving Rebecca Cooil to outsprint Nathan Kinrade in the fight for sixth.

In the born 2005 and earlier grouping Jonty Bregazzi went from the gun and time trialled to victory. James Devereau pipped Nathan Slack and Tyler Annis in the gallop for second, with Blae Cain the best girl in fifth place.

Notching up his second success of the night, Cian Howard emerged victorious in the nine-strong sprint that determined the outcome of the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes four lapper. The previously unbeaten Cian Jackson was second closely followed by Owen Collins, Ivan Sorby, Orry Lund, Rio Kelly, Alec Sorby, Charlie Scarffe and Freddie Griffin. Lead girl Sophie Smith beat Nicola Quaye in the tussle for tenth.

Kiera Prentice, James Devereau and Tyler Annis made an early break in the under-12 racing bikes. Nathan Slack and James Scott eventually joined them and together they stayed clear to the finish where Annis grabbed the win ahead of Devereau, Prentice, Slack and Scott. Mairi Harrison, Jack Sowerby, Callum Salisbury and Harley Howland-Smith wrapped up the result sheet.

In the under 16’s race Thomas Bostock and Adam Kelly got away from a leading group of ten riders and worked hard to build up a gap that by the finish had stretched to half a lap. Bostock outsprinted Kelly for the win with Tosh Teare the strongest in the bunch charge for third. Will Corkill was the top U/14 rider in eighth place and Amelia Sharpe the first girl in ninth position. Matthew Cooil was too quick for Corrin Leeming, Tyler Hannay and James Harrison in the second chasing group sprint for 11th.  … continued after advert



1. Jasper Whalley
2. Jack Monaghan
3. Charley Skillen – 1st Girl
4. Charlie Christian
5. Daniel Coates
6. Evie Lund
7. Harry Tummon
8. James Cope
9. Lewis De Backer
10. Daisy Teare
11. Orry McSevney
12. Isla Mulholland
13. Holly Foster
14. Geneva Cafeare
15. Conner McIver
16. Harper Quayle
17. Alfie Love
18. Ewan McCubbin
19. Lewis Roosenbroek
20. Aoife Dowd-Williams
21. Benjamin Bradshaw
22. Zach Johnson
23. Harvey Wagstaffe
24. Sophia Browning
25. Ryan Cartwright
26. Harlow Moore
27. Freddie Palmer
28. Oliver Bates
29. Pheric Lennon
30. India Smith
31. Nancy Nolan
32. McKenzie Howard
33. Michael Corlett
34. Isaac Fee
35. Aditya Varshney
36. Elliott Dowd-Williams
37. Layton Kelly
38. Harry Kinrade
39. Xania Munoz-Fite
40. Matan Shani
41. Hili Alon
42. Ilay Shani
43. Maizie Hawkins
44. Isla Kennington
45. Oliver Hutchinson

1. Finbar McSevney
2. Carter Kneale
3. Bobby Kewley
4. Joel Prentice
5. Bobby Kerruish
6. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
7. Macaulay Teare
8. Dylan Honeyman
9. Charlie Dormer
10. Bernat Munoz-Fite
11. Poppy Clayton
12. Lenny Bumfrey
13. Sam Wolstencroft
14. Noah Hutchinson
15. Eva Pavlova
16. Antony Aspell
17. Cal Joyce
18. Daniel Spitsyn
19. Toby Costain
20. Cameron Eyres
21. Jacob Callister
22. Jacob Smith
23. Josie Quirk
24. Millie Ward
25. Elliott Edge
26. Harry Quayle
27. Aoife Cooper
28. Oliver Kennington
29. Oscar Maddrell
30. Luke Campbell
31. Yuval Alon
32. Finley Quirk
33. Teddy Price
34. Henry Kinrade
35. Kieran Binns
36. Max Wardle
37. Finlo O’Neill
38. Heidi Kelly
39. Charlie Simpson

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
3. Stanley Kinnish
4. Harrison Skillan
5. Daniel Minay
6. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
7. Ffinlo Thomas
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Illiam Thomas
10. Hugh Osborn
11. Liam Blake
12. Noah Hughes
13. Amelie Geldart
14. Max Messenger
15. Alfie Kinrade
16. Thomas Hutchinson
17. Zac Lund
18. Taylor Moore
19. Ruby Partington
20. Grace Robinson
21. Jake Naylor
22. William Wilson
23. Shannon Skillen
24. Pierre Christian
25. Jimmy Glover
26. Taylor Joughin
27. Eloise Kinrade
28. Graihagh O’Neill
29. Itamar Shani
30. Lexi Watret

BORN 2009
1. Tom Pickavance
2. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Zach Jones
5. Matthew Hooper
6. Eddie Dillon
7. Ethan Edge
8. Harry Beattie
9. Abi Clayton
10. Henry Dormer
11. Max Masson-Whittaker
12. Florrie Thomas
13. Finn Collister
14. Jarno Davidson
15. Harry Jones
16. Alfie Tummon
17. Zohar Shalem
18. Kyle Roosenbroek
19. Alex Hayes
20. Travis Bradshaw
21. Hugo Howland-Smith
22. Alice Elkins
23. Jazzy Dillon
24. Grace Wolstencroft
25. Noah Fee
26. Isabella Browning
27. Christopher Hazell
28. James Corlett
29. Thomas De Carte
30. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Deaglan Blake
4. Joel Long
5. Charlie Williams
6. George Kinnish
7. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
8. Bob Radcliffe
9. Tiana Kelly
10. Ella Darnill
11. Leon Murphy
12. Jamie Gibson
13. Jonty Shimmin
14. Ryan Batty
15. Lewis Quirk
16. Leah Prentice
17. Lennon Moore
18. Harvey Barrow
19. Toby Horsey
20. Oscar Christian
21. Deane Aspell
22. Tristan Welch
23. Anna Boardman
24. Emily Rewsin
25. Amy Caine
26. Geoff Jones
27. Lucy Cartwright
28. Imogen Fargher-Sayle
29. Isobel Lowther
30. Amy Doleman

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Rio Kelly
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Jordan Carter
6. James Kinrade
7. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
8. Jemma Quayle
9. Jess Pickavance
10. Ed Coole
11. Abigail McCulloch
12. Jessica Falconer
13. Charlie Boyd
14. Katie-Rose Hughes
15. Ethan Naylor
16. Joseph Devereau

BORN 2006
1. Owen Collins
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
4. Samuel Devereau
5. Sophie Smith
6. Rebecca Cooil
7. Nathan Kinrade
8. Tom Darnill
9. Tom Caine
10. Stephen Halliwell
11. Lula Thomas
12. Ella Jones
13. Aaron Rielly
14. Tomas Flowers

1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. James Devereau
3. Nathan Slack
4. Tyler Annis
5. Blae Cain – 1st Girl
6. Callum Salisbury
7. Ella Griffin
8. Megan Boardman
9. Emily Kinley
10. Sam Cunningham
11. Chloe Dillon
12. Harley Howland-Smith
13. Rachael Kelly

1. Cian Howard
2. Cian Jackson
3. Owen Collins
4. Ivan Sorby
5. Orry Lund
6. Rio Kelly
7. Alec Sorby
8. Charlie Scarffe
9. Freddie Griffin
10. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
11. Nicola Quaye
12. Charlie Williams
13. Toby Horsey
14. Tom Caine
15. Florence Griffin
16. Fearne Bregazzi
17. Rebecca Cooil
18. Joel Long
19. Thobert Kerruish
20. Thomas Kerruish
21. Bethany Turner-Priest
22. Jonty Shimmin
23. George Kinnish
24. Ed Coole
25. Noah Hughes
26. Taylor Moore
27. Joseph Devereau
28. Deane Aspell

1. Tyler Annis
2. James Devereau
3. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
4. Nathan Slack
5. James Scott
6. Mairi Harrison
7. Jack Sowerby
8. Callum Salisbury
9. Harley Howland-Smith

1. Thomas Bostock
2. Adam Kelly
3. Tosh Teare
4. Ben Christian
5. Adam Scarffe
6. Harry Cain
7. Max Walker
8. Will Corkill
9. Amelia Sharpe – 1st Girl
10. Aaron Lund
11. Matthew Cooil
12. Corrin Leeming
13. Tyler Hannay
14. James Harrison
15. Jack Christian
16. Dan Sowerby
17. Shellan Leeming
18. Darcy Cain
19. Ellie Warren
20. Matthew Black
21. Blae Cain
22. Tom Kermode
23. Daniel Harrison



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