Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Rd 9

Conditions could not have been any better for the 244 riders who turned out at a sun-kissed NSC last Tuesday night for round nine of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Rd 9

Conditions could not have been any better for the 244 riders who turned out at a sun-kissed NSC last Tuesday night for round nine of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

In the born 2012 & later age group the in-form Cameron Eyres led Poppy Clayton and Charlie Quine over the line to record his second successive win. Oliver Kennington was a solid fourth and Seamus Hall outran Bethany Chapman-Beale for fifth. Noah Hutchinson ousted Kieran Binns in the tussle for seventh, with David Leece and Isabella Quaye a close ninth and tenth.

Lukas Wooton streaked ahead of the field to claim his third victory in the novices class. Jackson Roberts was a lonely second and Elijah Clague pipped Ben Leece for third. Harvey Wagstaffe came from behind to snatch fifth from William Chadwick and leading girl Lucia Osborn overcame Ewan McCubbon and Holly Beattie in the rush for seventh. The fast finishing Lewis Stephens overtook Naomi Nesbitt and Mason Chestnut on the finishing straight to grab the final place on the top ten leader board.

In the born 2011 class Finbar McSevney went from the gun and stayed clear to the finish. Bernat Munoz-Fite made a determined chase but in the end had to settle for the runners-up spot. Bobby Kerruish outsprinted Toby Costain for third and Charlie Dormer won the chasing group gallop for fifth. Joshua Moffitt was sixth and Abigail Cowell the first girl home in seventh place.

Picking up his second success of the series, Brad Le Geyt held off overall leader Stanley Kinnish in a close fight for the top slot in the born 2010 category. Kylan Murphy was third and Harrison Skillan beat Lula Kinnish an Liam Blake in the dash for fourth. Conor Madsen-Mygdal was seventh closely followed by Daniel Minay, Ffinlo Thomas, Billy Kneen and Thomas Hutchinson in eighth to 11th respectively.

Following a steward’s enquiry, Tom Pickavance was awarded first place in the five-strong sprint for the honours in the born 2009 event. Cameron Hounsell took second ahead of May-Saa Smith, Abi Clayton and Eddie Dillon. Harry Beattie edged out Zach Jones for sixth and Henry Dormer fought off Florrie Thomas, Matthew Hooper and Max Whittaker in the scrap for eighth.

Alec Sorby returned to his winning ways in the born 2008 event, ousting round eight winner Joel Long in the lunge for the chequered flag. Freddie Griffin And Deaglen Blake were just behind in third and fourth positions, with Charlie Williams and Nathan Hubbard trailing in separately for fifth and sixth. George Kinnish edged Leon Murphy for seventh and Bob Radcliffe kept Edward Field at bay for ninth. Ella Darnill took the girls’ prize in 12th place.

In the born 2007 race Cian Howard rode away from early breakaway partner Orry Lund on the penultimate lap and soloed to another decisive victory. Lund held off chasers James Kinrade and Rio Kelly to retain second, while Jordan Carter maintained a solitary fifth ahead of Charlie Scarffe, Oscar Gaylor and Cory Corkhill. The best girl was Jess Pickavance in ninth spot.

A last lap attack earned Kiera Prentice her eighth victory in the born 2006 & earlier grouping. Ivan Sorby took the bunch sprint for second ahead of James Scott, Callum Salisbury, Cameron Dudley, Mairi Harrison and Chloe Dillon. A second gooup of chasers was led home by Nicola Quaye in eighth place.

Cian Howard dominated the under-8 & under-10 racing bikes, gradually pulling away from the field to record his second success of the night. Orry Lund and Alec Sorby fronted a chasing group of eleven riders over the line to fill the remaining places on the podium. Eddie Dillon was the top U/8 boy in 11th place and May-Saa Smith the leading girl in 14th position.

The U/12 racing bikes began slowly with only a few riders willing to set any sort of pace at the front. Inevitably the race ended in a bunch sprint which Tyler Annis won from Niall Colquitt and Owen Collins. Eighth placed Nicola Quaye pipped Sophie Smith for the girls’ prize.

In contrast the under-14 & under-16 race was fast and furious from the start. There were plenty of attacks, one of the most promising coming from Will Corkill who stayed away for four laps. In the closing stages Corrin Leeming had a real go, but was reeled in by James Harrison and the peloton. At the finish Max Walker took the sprint ahead of Tosh Teare and Adam Scarffe. Early escapee Will Corkill was fourth, Aaron Lund fifth and Dan Sowerby sixth. Amelia Sharpe was the top girl in eighth place.
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ROUND 9 – TUESDAY, 20th JUNE 2017

1. Cameron Eyres
2. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
3. Charlie Quine
4. Oliver Kennington
5. Seamus Hall
6. Bethany Chapman-Beale
7. Noah Hutchinson
8. Kieran Binns
9. David Leece
10. Isabella Quaye
11. Austin Baglow
12. Henry Kinrade
13. Maisi Lunt
14. Euan Kinnish
15. Max Wardle
16. Evie Lund
17. Harry Kinrade
18. Ciaran Grimshaw
19. Ryan Cartwright
20. Aiden Leslie
21. Zane Quinn
22. Ethan Gonsalves
23. Riley Faragher
24. Noah Sykes
25. Harry Tummon
26. Holly Davies
27. Tobyn Sleight
28. Jacob Chestnut
29. Orry McSevney
30. William McAllister
31. India Smith
32. Finn McDowell
33. Alfie Love
34. Matilda Bayliss
35. Safiya Laagayed
36. Jasper Cain
37. Charlie Doleman

1. Lukas Wooton
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Elijah Clague
4. Ben Leece
5. Harvey Wagstaffe
6. William Chadwick
7. Lucia Osborn – 1st Girl
8. Ewan McCubbon
9. Holly Beattie
10. Lewis Stephens
11. Naomi Nesbitt
12. Mason Chestnut
13. Johnny Summers
14. Aditya Varshney
15. Ivy Maltby
16. Riley Beasley
17. Liam Lonergan
18. Oliver Hutchinson
19. Scarlett Baird
20. Freya Quirk
21. Alisha McCullagh
22. Jenson Baglow
23. Elliott Barron
24. Emilian Hildestram-Price
25. Joe Wardle
26. Sofia Colley
27. Emily Calow
28. Heidi Kelly
29. Layla Maher
30. Isla Kennington
31. Bobbi Maher
32. McKenzie Howard
33. Xara Quinn
34. Elliott Sayle
35. Toby Smith
36. Chloe Quayle
37. Ollie Robinson
38. Dylan Christian
39. Emmy-Rose Oakes
40. Carmen Oakes

BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Bernat Munoz-Fite
3. Bobby Kerruish
4. Toby Costain
5. Charlie Dormer
6. Joshua Moffitt
7. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
8. Samuel Kinnish
9. Sam Wolstencroft
10. Dylan Honeyman
11. Luke Campbell
12. George Watterson
13. Elizabeth Taylor
14. Erin Morgan
15. Alex McCullagh
16. Luke Chadwick
17. Rhea Maher
18. Lexi Cowin
19. Juan Halsall
20. Onora Barron
21. Jacob Smith
22. Elliott Hildestram-Price
23. Harlow Moore
24. Isabella Calow
25. Lewis De Backer

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Stanley Kinnish
3. Kylan Murphy
4. Harrison Skillan
5. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
6. Liam Blake
7. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
8. Daniel Minay
9. Ffinlo Thomas
10. Billy Kneen
11. Thomas Hutchinson
12. Hugh Osborn
13. Alex Colquitt
14. Alfie Kinrade
15. Florence Heselton
16. Zac Lund
17. Casey Clague
18. Jake Naylor
19. Rebecca Radcliffe
20. Thomas Watterson
21. Eloise Kinrade
22. Grace Robinson
23. Florence Bailey
24. Jack Moore
25. Zachary Bowen
26. Oliver Wooton
27. A.J. Mongomery
28. Harry Doleman
29. Florence Bayliss
30. Erin Hainge
31. Noah Doyle

BORN 2009
1. Tom Pickavance
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
4. Abi Clayton
5. Eddie Dillon
6. Harry Beattie
7. Zach Jones
8. Henry Dormer
9. Florrie Thomas
10. Matthew Hooper
11. Max Whittaker
12. Harry Jones
13. Jazzy Dillon
14. Hugo Howland-Smith
15. Georgia Hall
16. Alfie Tummon
17. Tristan Speight
18. Alex Harrison
19. Grace Wolstencroft
20. Imogen Deuchars
21. Emilia Lovett
22. Freddie Taylor
23. Brian Hurst
24. Christopher Hazell
25. Daisy Quine

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Joel Long
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Deaglen Blake
5. Charlie Williams
6. Nathan Hubbard
7. George Kinnish
8. Leon Murphy
9. Bob Radcliffe
10. Edward Field
11. Sam Colquitt
12. Ella Darnill – 1st Girl
13. Deane Aspell
14. Lewis Quirk
15. Harry Lee
16. Jamie Gibson
17. Jonty Shimmin
18. Erin Halsall
19. Emily Rewsin
20. Lucy Cartwright
21. Elissa Meenagh
22. Zarina Honeyman
23. Amy Doleman

BORN 2007
1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. James Kinrade
4. Rio Kelly
5. Jordan Carter
6. Charlie Scarrfe
7. Oscar Gaylor
8. Cory Corkhill
9. Jess Pickavance – 1st Girl
10. Joseph Devereau
11. Jessica Falconer
12. Charlie Boyd
13. Amy Corran
14. Ethan Naylor

1. Kiera Prentice – 1st Girl
2. Ivan Sorby
3. James Scott
4. Callum Salisbury
5. Cameron Dudley
6. Mairi Harrison
7. Chloe Dillon
8. Nicola Quaye
9. Samuel Devereau
10. Ella Griffin
11. Sophie Smith
12. Blae cain
13. Sam Cunningham
14. Nathan Kinrade
15. Lucy Field
16. Tom Darnill
17. Bethany Turner-Priest

1. Cian Howard
2. Orry Lund
3. Alec Sorby
4. Rio Kelly
5. Charlie Williams
6. Joel Long
7. Charlie Scarffe
8. Joel Long
9. Toby Horsey
10. Freddie Griffin
11. Eddie Dillon
12. Jonty Shimmin
13. James Kinrade
14. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
15. Abi Clayton
16. Jess Pickavance
17. Nathan Hubbard
18. Tom Pickavance
19. Brad Le Geyt
20. Cameron Hounsell
21. George Kinnish
22. Cory Corkhill
23. Zach Jones
24. Thomas Kerruish
25. Harry Beattie
26. Stanley Kinnish
27. Lula Kinnish
28. Joseph Devereau
29. Harry Lee
30. Jessica Falconer
31. Jazzy Dillon

1. Tyler Annis
2. Niall Colquitt
3. Owen Collins
4. Callum Salisbury
5. James Scott
6. Ivan Sorby
7. Frank Kinnish
8. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
9. Sophie Smith
10. Mairi Harrison
11. Ella Griffin
12. Harley Howland-Smith
13. Bethany Turner-Priest

1. Max Walker
2. Tosh Teare
3. Adam Scarffe
4. Will Corkill
5. Aaron Lund
6. Dan Sowerby
7. Tyler Hannay
8. Amelia Sharpe – 1st Girl
9. Zac Walker
10. Emily Bridson
11. Jack Christian
12. Matthew Cooil
13. Ralf Holden
14. James Harrison
15. Corrin Leeming
16. Drayden Roche
17. Shellan Leeming
18. Kiera Prentice
19. James Devereau
20. Darcy Cain
21. Tom Kermode
22. Jack Sowerby



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