Report: Isle of Man Youth League 19


A good turnout of 222 competitors on Tuesday night for the 19th and final round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2016 Youth League

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Report: Isle of Man Youth League 19

There was a good turnout of 222 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the 19th and final round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2016 Youth League.

Overcoming a stiff head wind on the finishing straight, Jack Monaghan got the better of breakaway partners Daniel Coates and Jasper Whalley in the dash for the top slot in the novices class.

Eli Dawson edged out Austin Baglow in the battle for fourth and Charley Skillen pipped Safiya Laagayed for the girls’ honours in sixth place. James Cope, Evie Lund and Jackson Roberts completed the top ten.

In the born 2011 & later category Finbar McSevney went from the gun and stayed clear to the finish. Bobby Kerruish headed chasers Charlie Dormer and Bobby Kewley over the line to grab second, with Macaulay Teare holding off Joel Prentice, Bernat Munoz-Fite and Joshua Moffitt in the scrap for fifth. The fast finishing Toby Costain made up ground in the closing stages to snatch ninth from Cameron Eyres and top girl Poppy Clayton got past Samuel Kinnish in the final few metres to seize 11th.

Brad Le Geyt had the extra pace to beat fellow escapee Stanley Kinnish in the final rush for first place in the born 2010 age group. Harrison Skillan outgunned Kylan Murphy, Liam Blake and Lula Kinnish in the tussle for the final podium position, while Daniel Minay overcame Archie Mulholland and Ffinlo Thomas in the fight for seventh. Illiam Thomas came in on his own to round off the top ten.

Tom Pickavance continued his recent run of good form in the born 2009 event, riding away from five frontrunners to secure his fifth win in succession. Cameron Hounsell ousted Eddie Dillon, Zach Jones and May-Saa Smith for second, while Abi Clayton spearheaded Matthew Hooper, Harry Beattie, Henry Dormer and Charlie Clarkson over the line for sixth.

Leading from start to finish, T.J.Teare kept nearest rival Joel Long at bay to score his second success of the series in the born 2008 race. Deaglan Blake forged ahead of Fearne Bregazzi on the last lap to claim third and Edward Field clipped off the front of the chasing pack to bag fifth. Leon Murphy won the charge for sixth ahead of Ella Darnill, Jamie Gibson, Tiana Kelly and Oscar Christian.

In the born 2007 class Cian Howard rode away from breakaway partners Orry Lund and Charlie Scarffe on the final lap, taking the chequered flag with a healthy advantage over his two pursuers. Rio Kelly overtook Jordan Carter to pick up fourth and Jess Pickavance came out on top in the struggle for sixth with Jemma Quayle and Ben Davies. Ed Coole and Joseph Devereau wrapped up the top ten leader board.

Samuel Devereau and Nicola Quaye stole a march on the rest of the field at the start of the born 2006 event and stayed clear to the finish where Devereau landed the win. Nathan Kinrade outran Tom Darnill and Rebecca Cooil in the dart for third, with Lucy Field just behind in sixth spot. In the following 2005 & earlier grouping Dylan Sewell went from the gun and time trialled to victory. Frank Kinnish had the upper hand on Blae Cain in the scamper for the runners-up spot and Nathan Slack got away from Callum Salisbury to nab fourth.

In the combined under-8 and under-10 racing bikes Cian Howard and Ivan Sorby broke away on the second of four laps and were never caught. At the finish Howard got the verdict in the sprint for the line, with Drystan Sewell a solid third. Alec Sorby broke free from Orry Lund to grab fourth and Charlie Scarffe won the five-strong sprint for sixth. Nicola Quaye was the best girl in ninth place.

Four riders were in contention at the end of the under-12 racing bikes. James Devereau led the sprint out and held onto his position in pole position all the way to the line. Niall Colquitt was second, Tyler Annis third and Cameron Dudley fourth, with Kiera Prentice and Frank Kinnish, who were both with the leaders until the penultimate lap, just behind in fifth and sixth respectively.

A fast moving front group of eight riders took control of the under-16 racing bikes. In the final gallop Will Draper came through to take the win from Thomas Bostock, Adam Kelly, Max Walker, Tosh Teare, Ben Christian and Adam Scarffe. Errigal International Youth Tour winner Will Corkill lost contact with the leaders with two laps to go, finishing an unchallenged eighth. Aaron Lund and Tyler Hannay were ninth and tenth with Amelia Sharpe the best girl in 11th position.

The league’s final overall standings will be revealed at the prize presentation in the Villa Marina on Saturday, 17th September.  … continued after advert



1. Jack Monaghan
2. Daniel Coates
3. Jasper Whalley
4. Eli Dawson
5. Austin Baglow
6. Charley Skillen – 1st Girl
7. Safiya Laagayed
8. James Cope
9. Evie Lund
10. Jackson Roberts
11. Orry Larkham
12. Ryan Cartwright
13. Holly Foster
14. Isla Mulholland
15. Dominick Rogalewski
16. Harvey Wagstaffe
17. Emily Kneen
18. Daisy Teare
19. Orry McSevney
20. Isaac Fee
21. Connor McIver
22. Johnny Summers
23. Xenia Munoz-Fite
24. Oliver Bates
25. Maizie Hawkins
26. India Smith
27. Gavrielle Bassig
28. McKenzie Howard
29. Geneva Cafeare
30. Vincent Cafeare
31. Layton Kelly
32. Magnus Jones
33. Peggy Collister
34. Matan Shani
35. Isla Kennington
36. Kyle Oliphant-Smith
37. Ilay Shani
38. Elliott Dowd-Williams
39. Holly Beattie

1. Finbar McSevney
2. Bobby Kerruish
3. Charlie Dormer
4. Bobby Kewley
5. Macaulay Teare
6. Joel Prentice
7. Bernat Munoz-Fite
8. Joshua Moffitt
9. Toby Costain
10. Cameron Eyres
11. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
12. Samuel Kinnish
13. Abigail Cowell
14. Noah Hutchinson
15. Cal Joyce
16. Seamus Hall
17. Juan Halsall
18. Millie Ward
19. Luke Chadwick
20. Kieran Binns
21. Oscar Maddrell
22. Finley Quirk
23. Edith Berry
24. Harry Quayle
25. Oliver Kennington
26. Luke Campbell
27. Addi Mackie
28. Holly Davies
29. Jake Clarkson
30. Charlie Simpson
31. Yuval Alon
32. Isabella Edwards
33. Max Wardle
34. Finlo Larkham
35. George Berry
36. Aoife Dowd-Williams
37. Charlie Christian
38. Heidi Kelly
39. Euan Kinnish

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Stanley Kinnish
3. Harrison Skillan
4. Kylan Murphy
5. Liam Blake
6. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
7. Daniel Minay
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Ffinlo Thomas
10. Illiam Thomas
11. Max Messenger
12. Taylor Moore
13. Thomas Hutchinson
14. Jack Edwards
15. Zac Lund
16. Jake Naylor
17. Ruby Partington
18. Oliver Wootton
19. Grace Robinson
20. Zachary Bowen
21. Eloise Kinrade
22. Jimmy Glover
23. Jack Moore
24. Patrick Jones
25. Shannon Skillen
26. Itamar Shani

BORN 2009
1. Tom Pickavance
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Eddie Dillon
4. Zach Jones
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
6. Abi Clayton
7. Matthew Hooper
8. Harry Beattie
9. Henry Dormer
10. Charlie Clarkson
11. Max Davies
12. Jazzy Dillon
13. Florrie Thomas
14. Finn Collister
15. Ben Coole
16. Rufus Whalley
17. Hugo Howland-Smith
18. Aedan Larkham
19. Graihagh Morgan
20. Jarno Davidson
21. Noah Fee
22. James Corlett

BORN 2008
1. T.J.Teare
2. Joel Long
3. Deaglan Blake
4. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
5. Edward Field
6. Leon Murphy
7. Ella Darnill
8. Jamie Gibson
9. Tiana Kelly
10. Oscar Christian
11. Lennon Moore
12. Emily Rewsin
13. Jonty Shimmin
14. Ryan Batty
15. George Kinnish
16. Erin Halsall
17. Rhys Pryce-Jones
18. Tristan Welch
19. Deane Aspell
20. Geoff Pryce-Jones
21. Isobell Lowther
22. Lucy Cartwright
23. Lewis Byron-Ogden
24. Elissa Meenagh
25. Imogen Fargher-Sayle

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Charlie Scarffe
4. Rio Kelly
5. Jordan Carter
6. Jess Pickavance
7. Jemma Quayle
8. Ben Davies
9. Ed Coole
10. Joseph Devereau
11. Isla Halsall
12. Jessica Falconer
13. Charlie Cummings
14. Ethan Naylor

BORN 2006
1. Samuel Devereau
2. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
3. Nathan Kinrade
4. Tom Darnill
5. Rebecca Cooil
6. Lucy Field
7. Lula Thomas
8. Ella Jones
9. Aaron Rielly

1. Dylan Sewell
2. Frank Kinnish
3. Blae Cain – 1st Girl
4. Nathan Slack
5. Callum Salisbury
6. Chloe Dillon
7. Sam Cunningham

1. Cian Howard
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Drystan Sewell
4. Alec Sorby
5. Orry Lund
6. Charlie Scarffe
7. Joel Long
8. Kazu Senior
9. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
10. T.J.Teare
11. Rio Kelly
12. Jordan Carter
13. Eddie Dillon
14. Ollie Eyres
15. Fearne Bregazzi
16. Rebecca Cooil
17. Brad Le Geyt
18. Thomas Kerruish
19. Thobert Kerruish
20. Ed Coole
21. Jonty Shimmin
22. Stanley Kinnish
23. Kylan Murphy
24. Leon Murphy
25. Abi Clayton
26. Lennon Moore
27. Deane Aspell
28. Macaulay Teare

1. James Devereau
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Tyler Annis
4. Cameron Dudley
5. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
6. Frank Kinnish
7. Nathan Slack
8. James Scott
9. Jack Sowerby
10. Harley Howland-Smith
11. Callum Salisbury

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



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