Report: Isle of Man’s RL360 Youth League


A total of 250 competitors made it down to a sunny NSC last Tuesday night for round 12 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report: Isle of Man’s RL360 Youth League
(by Dot Tilbury)

A total of 250 competitors made it down to a sunny NSC last Tuesday night for round 12 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

In the novices class Jack Monaghan notched up his fifth win of the series, crossing the line well clear of Jasper Whalley in second place. Charlie Christian was a safe third and Daniel Coates rode away from the chasers to grab fourth. Harry Tummon was fifth closely followed by Jacob Dawkins, Lucas Wootton, Eli Dawson, top girl Charley Skillen and Austin Baglow. Isla Mulholland pipped Evie Lund for 11th and Harvey Wagstaffe took the bunch sprint for 13th.

Attacking from the gun, Carter Kneale scored an emphatic solo victory in the born 2011 & later category. Charlie Dormer and Bobby Kerruish trailed in separately for second and third, with Bobby Kewley getting the better of Dylan Honeyman and Bernat Munoz-Fite in the scrap for fourth. Abigail Cowell recovered from start line tumble to grab seventh and pip Erin Morgan for the girls’ honours. Jacob Callister was a lonely ninth and Macaulay Teare ousted Antony Aspell in the chasing group gallop for tenth.

The in-form Stanley Kinnish was too strong for breakaway companions Brad Le Geyt and Kylan Murphy in the dash for the flag at the end of the born 2010 age group. Harrison Skillan held off Lula Kinnish and Archie Mulholland in the tussle for fourth, while Conor Madsen-Mygdal had the edge on Noah Hughes and Liam Blake in the fight for seventh. Hugh Osborn headed Ffinlo Thomas, Amelie Geldart and Daniel Minay over the line to round off the top ten.

In the born 2009 race Cameron Hounsell outgunned fellow escapee Tom Pickavance to bag maximum points for the second time in the series. Eddie Dillon kept Zach Jones and the fast finishing May-Saa Smith at bay to secure the final place on the podium, with Harry Beattie getting past Matthew Hooper in the closing stages to snatch sixth. Jonah Kenny beat Abi Clayton for eighth and Henry Dormer stayed clear of the chasers for tenth.

A group of six riders pulled away on the opening lap of the born 2008 event and stayed clear to the finish. In the final sprint Alec Sorby got the verdict over Deaglan Blake, Freddie Griffin, T.J.Teare, Joel Long and Charlie Williams in second to sixth places respectively. Ryan Nelson spearheaded a five-strong batch of chasers in for seventh, with first girl Tiana Kelly just behind in 12th spot.

Cian Howard further tightened his grip on the overall standings in the born 2007 class, outsprinting Orry Lund to take his tally of victories to ten. Rio Kelly passed Charlie Scarffe on the last lap to claim third and Jordan Carter got away from leading girl Florence Griffin to nab fifth. James Kinrade and Jess Pickavance were a secure seventh and eighth, while Thomas Monaghan came triumphed in the contest with Ben Davies for ninth place.

Colby’s Owen Collins had the upper hand on Ivan Sorby and early leader Nicola Quaye in the rush for the line at the end of the born 2006 three lapper. Samuel Devereau clipped off the front of the chasing bunch to pick up fourth and Sophie Smith overcame Nathan Kinrade, Tom Caine, Stephen Halliwell and Tom Darnill in the dart for fifth.

Eight riders contested the finish of the born 2005 & earlier grouping with Jonty Bregazzi emerging as the winner. James Devereau was second followed by Frank Kinnish, Nathan Slack, top girl Emily Kinley, Blae Cain, Callum Salisbury and Chloe Dillon.

Returning to his winning ways after two successive defeats, Cian Jackson came out on top in the gallop that decided the outcome of the combined under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. Owen Collins was second and Cian Howard third. Ivan Sorby, Orry Lund and Alec Sorby wrapped up the top six, with Sophie Smith taking the girls’ prize in tenth place.

In the under-12 racing bikes Zac Walker launched his now customary attack on the second lap of six and was never seen again, taking the chequered flag over half a lap in front of his pursuers. Niall Colquitt came round Ralf Holden to take second and James Devereau held off Tyler Annis, Kiera Prentice and Frank Kinnish in the race for fourth.

Will Draper made every effort to get away from a leading group of fourteen riders in the U/14 & U/16 racing bikes. In the end it all came down to a bunch sprint which series leader Thomas Bostock won. Draper was second and Ben Christian came through to grab third. The ever improving Harry Cain ousted Max Walker and Tosh Teare for fourth, with Amelia Sharpe the best girl in tenth place. Tommy Skillicorn spearheaded the second wave of riders over the line, producing an impressive turn of speed to beat Dan Sowerby in the battle for 15th.

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ROUND 12 – TUESDAY, 12th JULY 2016

1. Jack Monaghan
2. Jasper Whalley
3. Charlie Christian
4. Daniel Coates
5. Harry Tummon
6. Jacob Dawkins
7. Lucas Wootton
8. Eli Dawson
9. Charley Skillen – 1st Girl
10. Austin Baglow
11. Isla Mulholland
12. Evie Lund
13. Harvey Wagstaffe
14. Jackson Roberts
15. Safiya Laagayed
16. Ryan Cartwright
17. Aedan Le Roux
18. Holly Foster
19. Ingrid Le Roux
20. Harlow Moore
21. Noah Leece
22. Holly Davies
23. Harper Quayle
24. Lewis Roosenbroek
25. Connor McIver
26. Isaac Fee
27. McKenzie Howard
28. Johnny Summers
29. Xania Munoz-Fite
30. Aditya Varshney
31. Alfie Love
32. India Smith
33. Addi Mackie
34. Tobyn Speight
35. Zach Johnson
36. Isla Kennington
37. Oliver Bates
38. Mia-Jane Stacey

1. Carter Kneale
2. Charlie Dormer
3. Bobby Kerruish
4. Bobby Kewley
5. Dylan Honeyman
6. Bernat Munoz-Fite
7. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
8. Erin Morgan
9. Jacob Callister
10. Macaulay Teare
11. Antony Aspell
12. Cameron Eyres
13. Eva Pavlova
14. Poppy Clayton
15. Toby Costain
16. Andrew Tomlinson
17. Lenny Bumfrey
18. Evan Christian
19. Tara Nelson
20. Joel Prentice
21. Cal Joyce
22. Noah Hutchinson
23. Seamus Hall
24. Finlo O’Neill
25. Sam Wolstencroft
26. Millie Ward
27. Juan Halsall
28. Jack Kewley
29. Josie Quirk
30. Harry Quayle
31. Oscar Maddrell
32. Jacob Smith
33. Oliver Kennington
34. Kieran Binns
35. Finley Quirk
36. Finlo Larkham
37. Isabella Edwards
38. Henry Kinrade
39. Lily-Faye Bell
40. Luke Campbell
41. Aalin Fayle
42. Bryie Fayle
43. Jake Clarkson
44. Charlie Simpson

BORN 2010
1. Stanley Kinnish
2. Brad Le Geyt
3. Kylan Murphy
4. Harrison Skillan
5. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
6. Archie Mulholland
7. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
8. Noah Hughes
9. Liam Blake
10. Hugh Osborn
11. Ffinlo Thomas
12. Amelie Geldart
13. Daniel Minay
14. Illiam Thomas
15. Billy Kneen
16. Zac Lund
17. Jack Edwards
18. Oliver Wootton
19. Elizabeth Christian
20. Jake Naylor
21. Grace Robinson
22. William Wilson
23. Jimmy Glover
24. Graihagh O’Neill
25. Zachary Bowen
26. Eloise Kinrade
27. Pierre Christian
28. Jack Moore
29. Shannon Skillen
30. Holly Cowell

BORN 2009
1. Cameron Hounsell
2. Tom Pickavance
3. Eddie Dillon
4. Zach Jones
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
6. Harry Beattie
7. Matthew Hooper
8. Jonah Kenny
9. Abi Clayton
10. Henry Dormer
11. Joseph Dawkins
12. Max Davies
13. Charlie Clarkson
14. Harry Jones
15. Alfie Tummon
16. Jazzy Dillon
17. Tristan Speight
18. Alice Elkins
19. Alex Hayes
20. Kyle Roosenbroek
21. Rufus Whalley
22. William Ditchfield
23. Graihagh Morgan
24. Hugo Howland-Smith
25. Grace Wolstencroft
26. Aedan Larkham
27. James Corlett
28. Sorcha O’Brien
29. Niamh Smith
30. Noah Fee
31. Caleb Quayle
32. Christopher Hazell
33. Charlotte Garrood
34. Thomas de Carte

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Deaglan Blake
3. Freddie Griffin
4. T.J.Teare
5. Joel Long
6. Charlie Williams
7. Ryan Nelson
8. Edward Field
9. Jamie Gibson
10. Leon Murphy
11. George Kinnish
12. Tiana Kelly
13. Ryan Batty
14. Ella Darnill
15. Lewis Quirk
16. Oscar Christian
17. Harvey Barrow
18. Robert Tomlinson
19. Rhys Pryce-Jones
20. Toby Horsey
21. Deane Aspell
22. Cara Leadley
23. Geoff Pryce-Jones
24. William Lomas

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

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

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

1. Cian Jackson
2. Owen Collins
3. Cian Howard
4. Ivan Sorby
5. Orry Lund
6. Alec Sorby
7. Charlie Scarffe
8. Rio Kelly
9. Tom Caine
10. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
11. Nicola Quaye
12. Freddie Griffin
13. Florence Griffin
14. Charlie Williams
15. Bethany Turner-Priest
16. Joel Long
17. Thobert Kerruish
18. T.J.Teare
19. Thomas Kerruish
20. Jack Christian
21. Toby Horsey
22. George Kinnish
23. Joseph Devereau
24. Sebastian Garrood
25. Abi Clayton
26. Dean Aspell
27. Macaulay Teare

1. Zac Walker
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Ralf Holden
4. James Devereau
5. Tyler Annis
6. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
7. Frank Kinnish
8. Nathan Slack
9. Mairi Harrison
10. Jack Sowerby
11. Callum Salisbury
12. Harley Howland-Smith

1. Thomas Bostock
2. Will Draper
3. Ben Christian
4. Harry Cain
5. Max Walker
6. Tosh Teare
7. Adam Scarffe
8. Aaron Lund
9. Lucas Mudie
10. Amelia Sharpe – 1st Girl
11. James Harrison
12. Corrin Leeming
13. Will Corkill
14. Matthew Cooil
15. Tommy Skillicorn
16. Dan Sowerby
17. Matthew Black
18. Ellen Barker
19. Brayden Roche
20. Jack Christian
21. Shellan Leeming
22. Darcy Cain
23. Ellie Warren
24. Sam Cunningham
25. Blae Cain



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