Report: Isle of Man’s RL360 Youth League

There was a good turnout of 269 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the eagerly anticipated opening round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2017 Youth League.

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

There was a good turnout of 269 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the eagerly anticipated opening round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2017 Youth League.

Poppy Clayton got the series underway in impressive style, powering away from the field to take a clear victory in the born 2012 & later category. Seamus Hall edged out Oliver Kennington for the runners-up spot and Max Wardle broke free from the chasing pack to claim fourth. Kieran Binns pipped Gracie Evans in the bunch dash for fifth.

In the following novices race Lukas Wooton had the edge on Jackson Roberts and leading girl Clodagh Briercliffe in the fight for the number one slot. Lewis Stephens was a lonely fourth and Freddie Palmer was too quick for Orry McSevney in the battle for fifth. Elijah Clague outgunned Pheric Lennon, Ewan McCubbon and Charlotte Quayle in the fight for seventh, while the fast finishing Harper Quayle made a late surge to grab 11th from Lily Jones.

Finbar McSevney led from start to finish in the born 2011 class, crossing the line well ahead of Sam Wolstencroft and Bobby Kewley in second and third respectively. Dylan Honeyman clipped off the front of an eight-strong chasing group to bag fourth, with Charlie Dormer ousting Bobby Kerruish for fifth. Abigail Cowell was the first girl in eighth place.

There was drama in the born 2010 age group when Stanley Kinnish collided with a back marker when leading breakaway partner Brad Le Geyt in the final sprint for the line. By the time Kinnish had recovered his momentum Le Geyt had slipped through to take the win. Billy Kneen led Liam Blake, Kylan Murphy and Daniel Minay home for third, closely followed by Harrison Skillan in seventh place and top girl Lula Kinnish in eighth. Max Messenger and Thomas Hutchinson rounded off the top ten leader board.

In the born 2009 event Peel girl May-Saa Smith and Eddie Dillon went from the gun and quickly built up a sizable gap. Dillon found the pace too quick at the front and dropped back only to be replaced by chaser Tom Pickavance who overcame Smith in the final rush for the chequered flag. Cameron Hounsell pipped Dillon for the final place on the podium and Zach Jones held off Abi Clayton, Florrie Thomas and Henry Dormer in the tussle for fifth.

Alec Sorby and Freddie Griffin rode away from a leading group of eight riders to fill the top two positions in the born 2008 race. The injection of speed by the two frontrunners split the remainder of the group to smithereens, with T.J.Teare emerging from the wreckage to secure third. Joel Long and Deaglan Blake were fourth and fifth, with best girl Fearne Bregazzi leading in Charlie Williams and George Kinnish for sixth.

Making his move on the final lap, Cian Howard shot out of the bunch for a decisive victory in the born 2007 class. Rio Kelly outsprinted Orry Lund for second and Jordan Carter got the better of Charlie Scarffe and James Kinrade in the gallop for fourth. Florence Griffin took the girls’ prize in seventh spot.

In the born 2006 & earlier grouping Kiera Prentice gave the girls their second overall success of the night, edging out Ivan Sorby in the sprint for the line. Callum Salisbury kept Nicola Quaye and Ella Griffin at bay in the rush for third.

Completing the double, Cian Howard was the comfortable winner of the combined under 8 and under 10 racing bikes. Rio Kelly came out on top in his struggle with Orry Lund for second and Charlie Scarffe fronted Freddie Griffin and Charlie Williams for fourth. Eddie Dillon was the first of the U/8 riders in seventh place and Fearne Bregazzi the leading girl in ninth position.

Six riders broke away in the early stages of the U/12 racing bikes. They stayed clear to the finish where Tyler Annis grabbed the honours ahead of Niall Colquitt and Owen Collins, with Ivan Sorby, Frank Kinnish and the hard-working Drystan Sewell just behind in fourth to sixth places respectively. James Scott was seventh and Sophie Smith the first girl in eighth spot.

Fresh from their prestigious team victory in the recent Youth Tour of Scotland, Max Walker, Adam Scarffe, Will Corkill and Tosh Teare dominated the U/14 & U/16 racing bikes. The quartet attacked from the start and left the rest of the field in their wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. Walker got the verdict in the final sprint ahead of Teare, Scarffe and Corkill. The ever improving James Harrison outpaced Aaron Lund and Amelia Sharpe for fifth, with Matthew Cooil the top U/14 finisher in tenth place.


1. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
2. Seamus Hall
3. Oliver Kennington
4. Max Wardle
5. Kieran Binns
6. Gracie Evans
7. Oscar Maddrell
8. Austin Baglow
9. India Smith
10. Evan Christian
11. Finley Quirk
12. David Leece
13. Henry Kinrade
14. Harrison Doyle
15. Daniel Cretney
16. Isabella Quayle
17. Finn McDowell
18. Callum Leslie
19. Euan Kinnish
20. Heidi Goodall
21. Aiden Leslie
22. George Berry
23. Eli Dawson
24. Isabella Edwards
25. Connor Carridge
26. George Hampton
27. Tallulah Wilson
28. Saoirse Gell
29. Holly Davies
30. Callum Smith
31. Jakey Robert
32. Charley Skillen
33. Alfie Love
34. Zoe Vuuren
35. Evie Lund
36. Safiya Laagayed
37. Harry Kinrade
38. Millie Ward
39. Daryl Cain
40. Charlie Doleman
41. Beth Chapman-Beale
42. Evangeline Sohaba
43. Noah Sykes
44. Heidi Kelly
45. Daisy Teare
46. Aoife Dowd-Williams
47. Ciaran Grimshaw
48. Xenia Munoz-Fite
49. Tobyn Speight
50. Zach Whyte

1. Lukas Wooton
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Clodagh Briercliffe – 1st Girl
4. Lewis Stephens
5. Freddie Palmer
6. Orry McSevney
7. Elijah Clague
8. Pheric Lennon
9. Ewan McCubbon
10. Charlotte Quayle
11. Harper Quayle
12. Lily Jones
13. Sophie Halligan
14. Elliott Dowd-Williams
15. Layton Kelly
16. Ethan Gonsalves
17. Ryan Cartwright
18. Geneva Cafearo
19. Saskia Whyte
20. Harvey Faragher
21. Layla Maher
22. McKenzie Howard
23. Ivy Maltby
24. Connor Mciver
25. Peggy Collister
26. Jensen Baglow
27. Oliver Hutchinson
28. Adkya Varshney
29. Lucas Hall
30. Erin Cooper
31. Maizie Hawkins
32. William McCallister
33. Finlo Davies
34. Rupert Walker
35. Sofia Colley
36. Isla Kennington
37. Toby Smith
38. Bobbi Maher
39. Chloe Quayle
40. Ollie Robinson
41. Oliver Maddrell
42. Tristan Halsall
43. Dylan Christian
44. Harvey Berry
45. Arthur Ward
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BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Sam Wolstencroft
3. Bobby Kewley
4. Dylan Honeyman
5. Charlie Dormer
6. Bobby Kerruish
7. Toby Costain
8. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
9. Harrison Williams
10. Bernat Munoz-Fite
11. Erin Morgan
12. Evan Davies
13. Jack Monaghan
14. Noah Allix
15. Holly Ellis
16. Ben Wright
17. Samuel Kinnish
18. Sienna Beaty
19. Josie Quirk
20. Edith Berry
21. Eva Pavlova
22. Jacob Smith
23. Luke Chadwick
24. Aoife Cooper
25. Harry Quayle
26. Lily-Faye Bell
27. Nathaniel Sohaba
28. Rhea Mayer
29. Lewis De Backer

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Stanley Kinnish
3. Billy Kneen
4. Liam Blake
5. Kylan Murphy
6. Daniel Minay
7. Harrison Skillan
8. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
9. Max Messenger
10. Thomas Hutchinson
11. Hugh Osborn
12. Casey Clague
13. Alfie Kinrade
14. Zac Lund
15. Jack Edwards
16. Oliver Wooton
17. Ruby Partington
18. Cameron Leslie
19. Rebecca Radcliffe
20. Grace Robinson
21. Florence Heselton
22. Zac Bowen
23. Elizabeth Christian
24. Jack Moore
25. Andrew Kerr
26. Jimmy Glover
27. Harry Wilson
28. Harry Doleman
29. Shannon Skillan
30. Maya Jones
31. Erin Hainge
32. Edward Hampton
33. Reuben Scott

BORN 2009
1. Tom Pickavance
2. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Eddie Dillon
5. Zach Jones
6. Abi Clayton
7. Florrie Thomas
8. Henry Dormer
9. Max Davies
10. Matthew Hooper
11. Finn Collister
12. Grace Wolstencroft
13. Tristan Speight
14. Jarno Davidson
15. Lily-Ann Scott
16. Ben Coole
17. Graihagh Morgan
18. Jazzy Dillon
19. Norah Ellis
20. Georgia Halsall
21. Alexandra Pitts
22. Kadie Rothwell
23. Ashton Fick

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. T.J.Teare
4. Joel Long
5. Deaglan Blake
6. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
7. Charlie Williams
8. George Kinnish
9. Leon Murphy
10. Bob Radcliffe
11. Lewis Quirk
12. Nathan Hubbard
13. Ryan Batty
14. Jonty Shimmin
15. Tristan Welch
16. Deane Aspell
17. Zarina Honeyman
18. Geoff Pryce-Jones
19. Lucy Cartwright
20. Connor Kermode
21. Elissa Meenagh
22. Amy Doleman
23. Lewis Byron-Ogden
24. Reuben Thomas

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Rio Kelly
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. Charlie Scarffe
6. James Kinrade
7. Florence Griffin – 1st Girl
8. Jess Pickavance
9. Joseph Devereau
10. Ed Coole
11. Jessica Falconer
12. Harry Ellis

1. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Callum Salisbury
4. Nicola Quaye
5. Ella Griffin
6. Aaron Cornfield
7. Sam Cunningham
8. James Scott
9. Sophie Smith
10. Nathan Kinrade
11. Beth Turner-Priest
12. Samuel Devereau
13. Aaron Rielly
14. Stevie Halliwell
15. Rachael Kelly

1. Cian Howard
2. Rio Kelly
3. Orry Lund
4. Charlie Scarffe
5. Freddie Griffin
6. Charlie Williams
7. Eddie Dillon
8. T.J.Teare
9. Fearne Bregazzi – 1st Girl
10. Toby Horsey
11. Alec Sorby
12. Jess Pickavance
13. Joseph Devereau
14. Florence Griffin
15. Tom Pickavance
16. George Kinnish
17. Cameron Hounsell
18. Zach Jones
19. Thomas Kerruish
20. Brad Le Geyt
21. Kylan Murphy
22. Harvey Barrow
23. Jonty Shimmin
24. Lennon Moore
25. Leon Murphy
26. Caitlin Beaty
27. Stanley Kinnish
28. Lula Kinnish
29. Deane Aspell
30. Joel Long

1. Tyler Annis
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Owen Collins
4. Ivan Sorby
5. Frank Kinnish
6. Drystan Sewell
7. James Scott
8. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
9. Callum Salisbury
10. Nicola Quaye
11. Mairi Harrison
12. Ella Griffin
13. Tom Caine
14. Thobert Kerruish
15. Nathan Kinrade

1. Max Walker
2. Tosh Teare
3. Adam Scarffe
4. Will Corkill
5. James Harrison
6. Aaron Lund
7. Amelia Sharpe – 1st Girl
8. Dan Sowerby
9. Corrin Leeming
10. Matthew Cooil
11. Zac Walker
12. Jack Christian
13. Tyler Hannay
14. Dylan Sewell
15. Brayden Roche
16. Ralf Holden
17. Nathan Slack
18. Shellan Leeming
19. Tyler Roche
20. James Devereau
21. Kiera Prentice
22. Jack Sowerby
23. Lewis Kneale



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