Report: Isle of Man Youth League 13


Conditions were close to tropical for the 252 riders who competed in round 13 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league at a sun-drenched NSC last Tuesday night.

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Report: Isle of Man Youth League 13
by Dot Tilbury

Continuing his recent run of good form, Jack Monaghan rode away from the field to score his sixth win of the series in the novices class. Jasper Whalley held off the fast finishing Lucas Wootton to claim the runners-up spot and Daniel Coates kept James Cope at bay for fourth. Austin Baglow pipped Jackson Roberts and Harvey Wagstaffe for sixth, with Isla Mulholland edging out Evie Lund to take the girls’ prize in ninth spot. Newcomer Dominick Rogalewski did well to finish a very creditable 19th on his debut.

In the born 2011 & later age group Carter Kneale got the better of eight times winner Finbar McSevney to bag maximum points for the second week in succession. Bobby Kewley outran leading girl Abigail Cowell for third and Dylan Honeyman beat Bobby Kerruish, Charlie Dormer and Erin Morgan in the dash for fifth. Poppy Clayton led Cameron Eyres, Joshua Moffitt, Joel Prentice and Samuel Kinnish home for ninth, while Eva Pavlova overcame Antony Aspell in the bunch gallop for 14th.

Brad Le Geyt got the verdict over Kylan Murphy in the race for the honours at the end of the born 2010 category. Stanley Kinnish and Conor Madsen-Mygdal were a safe third and fourth, with Harrison Skillen heading chasers Liam Blake, Archie Mulholland and Lula Kinnish in for fifth. Daniel Minay and Ffinlo Thomas came in separately to complete the top ten leader board.

Cameron Hounsell had to pull out all the stops to gain the victory in the born 2009 race. Top girl May-Saa Smith held the advantage with the chequered flag in sight but a last ditch effort from Hounsell secured the win. Tom Pickavance and Eddie Dillon were just behind in third and fourth places, while Zach Jones and Matthew Hooper maintained station in fifth and sixth positions. Jonah Kenny outgunned Harry Beattie, Ethan Edge and Abi Clayton in the group rush for seventh.

Alec Sorby broke away from a six-strong leading bunch to claim a fine solo win in the born 2008 category. Freddie Griffin ousted Charlie Williams, T.J.Teare, Joel Long and Fearne Bregazzi in the sprint for second, leaving George Kinnish behind to lead the rest of the field home in seventh spot. Deaglan Blake, Ryan Nelson and Lewis Quirk rounded off the top ten.

Retaining his unbeaten record for a further week, Cian Howard outsprinted breakaway companions Orry Lund, Jordan Carter and Charlie Scarffe to seal the win in the born 2007 event. First girl Florence Griffin got past Rio Kelly on the finish straight to claim fifth and Jess Pickavance came from behind to snatch seventh from Jemma Quayle. James Kinrade was a lonely ninth and Thomas Monaghan beat Ben Davies and Charles Boyd to the line for tenth.

In the born 2006 class Owen Collins forged ahead of fellow escapee Ivan Sorby to take the victory. Nicola Quaye and Samuel Devereau were unchallenged in third and fourth respectively, with Sophie Smith edging out Nathan Kinrade for fifth. In the following born 2005 & earlier grouping Jonty Bregazzi took the honours in a frantic sprint with Dylan Sewell. James Devereau was third closely followed by Nathan Slack, Frank Kinnish and Callum Salisbury. James Scott was seventh and Ella Griffin the best girl in eighth spot.

Owen Collins, Ivan Sorby and Drystan Sewell filled the top three podium positions in the gallop that decided the outcome of the combined under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. Alec Sorby headed chasers Orry Lund and Charlie Scarffe to the finish for fourth, with Rio Kelly leading Sophie Smith, Nicola Quaye, Joel Long and Tom Caine home for seventh.

With breakaway expert Zac Walker on holiday in France, the under-12’s racing bikes event was wide open. A group of seven frontrunners eventually contested the finish with Ralph Holden taking the win ahead of Niall Colquitt, Tyler Annis, James Devereau, Kiera Prentice, Cameron Dudley and Frank Kinnish. Mairi Harrison, Oliver Corkish, James Scott, Harley Howland-Smith and Callum Salisbury wrapped up the result sheet.

Thomas Bostock and Will Draper escaped together in the under-16 racing bikes and were never seen again. At the finish it was Bostock who came out on top in the surge for the chequered flag . A group of five riders gave chase but were unable to close the gap to the two leaders. Ben Christian won the sprint for third from Tosh Teare, Adam Scarffe, Will Corkill and Aaron Lund. The first girl was Ellen Barker in 15th position.  … continued after advert



1. Jack Monaghan
2. Jasper Whalley
3. Lucas Wootton
4. Daniel Coates
5. James Cope
6. Austin Baglow
7. Jackson Roberts
8. Harvey Wagstaffe
9. Isla Mulholland – 1st Girl
10. Evie Lund
11. Lewis De Backer
12. Ryan Cartwright
13. Charley Skillen
14. Safiya Laagayed
15. Holly Foster
16. Holly Davies
17. Theo Quayle
18. Ewan McCubbin
19. Dominick Rogalewski
20. Geneva Cafeare
21. Gavrielle Bassig
22. Emily Kneen
23. Harper Quayle
24. Sophia Browning
25. Euan Kinnish
26. Lewis Roosenbroek
27. Orry McSevney
28. Michael Corlett
29. Johnny Summers
30. Isaac Fee
31. Alfie Love
32. Vincent Cafeare
33. India Smith
34. Magnus Jones
35. Aditya Varshney
36. Layton Kelly
37. Tobyn Speight
38. Isla Kennington
39. Oliver Maddrell
40. Freddie Quayle
41. Hili Alon
42. Lucia Osborn
43. Oliver Hutchinson

1. Carter Kneale
2. Finbar McSevney
3. Bobby Kewley
4. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
5. Dylan Honeyman
6. Bobby Kerruish
7. Charlie Dormer
8. Erin Morgan
9. Poppy Clayton
10. Cameron Eyres
11. Joshua Moffitt
12. Joel Prentice
13. Samuel Kinnish
14. Eva Pavlova
15. Antony Aspell
16. Macaulay Teare
17. Lenny Bumfrey
18. Juan Halsall
19. Tara Nelson
20. Cal Joyce
21. Seamus Hall
22. Evan Christian
23. Jack Kewley
24. Jacob Smith
25. Millie Ward
26. Elliott Edge
27. Kieran Binns
28. Luke Campbell
29. Oliver Kennington
30. Yuval Alon
31. Finlo Larkham
32. Oscar Maddrell
33. Henry Kinrade
34. Finley Quirk
35. Josie Quirk
36. Heidi Kelly
37. Lily-Faye Bell

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Kylan Murphy
3. Stanley Kinnish
4. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
5. Harrison Skillen
6. Liam Blake
7. Archie Mulholland
8. Lula Kinnish – 1st girl
9. Daniel Minay
10. Ffinlo Thomas
11. Amelie Geldart
12. Illiam Thomas
13. Hugh Osborn
14. Thomas Hutchinson
15. Taylor Moore
16. Billy Kneen
17. Max Messenger
18. Zac Lund
19. Harry Kelly
20. Alfie Kinrade
21. William Wilson
22. Jake Naylor
23. Grace Robinson
24. Jimmy Glover
25. Eloise Kinrade
26. Zachary Bowen
27. Jack Moore
28. Patrick Jones
29. Pierre Christian
30. Shannon Skillen
31. Daniel Spitsyn

BORN 2009
1. Cameron Hounsell
2. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
3. Tom Pickavance
4. Eddie Dillon
5. Zach Jones
6. Matthew Hooper
7. Jonah Kenny
8. Harry Beattie
9. Ethan Edge
10. Abi Clayton
11. Henry Dormer
12. Max Davies
13. Joseph Dawkins
14. Harry Jones
15. Florrie Thomas
16. Kyle Roosenbroek
17. Alfie Tummon
18. Hugo Howland-Smith
19. Jazzy Dillon
20. Jarno Davidson
21. Aedan Larkham
22. Tristan Speight
23. Alfie Moore
24. Graihagh Morgan
25. James Corlett
26. Rufus Whalley
27. Isabella Browning
28. Noah Fee
29. Alannah Farrell
30. Niamh Smith
31. Christopher Hazell
32. Thomas De Carte
33. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. Joel Long
6. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
7. George Kinnish
8. Deaglan Blake
9. Ryan Nelson
10. Lewis Quirk
11. Ella Darnill
12. Leon Murphy
13. Jamie Gibson
14. Harvey Barrow
15. Tiana Kelly
16. Ryan Batty
17. Anna Boardman
18. Rhys Pryce-Jones
19. Thomas Kerruish
20. Cara Leadley
21. Lucy Cartwright
22. Amy Caine
23. Emily Rewsin
24. Geoff Pryce-Jones
25. William Lomas

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

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

1. Jonty Bregazzi
2. Dylan Sewell
3. James Devereau
4. Nathan Slack
5. Frank Kinnish
6. Callum Salisbury
7. James Scott
8. Ella Griffin – 1st Girl
9. Megan Boardman
10. Chloe Dillon
11. Sam Cunningham
12. Harley Howland-Smith

1. Owen Collins
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Alec Sorby
5. Orry Lund
6. Charlie Scarffe
7. Rio Kelly
8. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
9. Nicola Quaye
10. Joel Long
11. Tom Caine
12. Freddie Griffin
13. Charlie Williams
14. Florence Griffin
15. Fearne Bregazzi
16. Harry Eyres
17. Thomas Kerruish
18. Bethany Turner-Priest
19. Jack Christian
20. Thobert Kerruish
21. Ollie Eyres
22. Ed Coole
23. Lennon Moore
24. George Kinnish
25. Joseph Devereau
26. Deane Aspell
27. Macaulay Teare

1. Ralf Holden
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Tyler Annis
4. James Devereau
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
6. Cameron Dudley
7. Frank Kinnish
8. Mairi Harrison
9. Oliver Corkish
10. James Scott
11. Harley Howland-Smith
12. Callum Salisbury

1. Thomas Bostock
2. Will Draper
3. Ben Christian
4. Tosh Teare
5. Adam Scarffe
6. Will Corkill
7. Aaron Lund
8. Lucas Mudie
9. Harry Cain
10. James Harrison
11. Tyler Hannay
12. Corrin Leeming
13. Brayden Roche
14. Jack Christian
15. Ellen Barker – 1st Girl
16. Shellen Leeming
17. Matthew Black
18. Dylan Sewell
19. Darcy Cain
20. Ellie Warren
21. Tom Kermode
22. Ben Cunningham



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