Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 1

Despite the murky and very cold conditions, there was a good turnout of 231 riders at the NSC last Tuesday night for the opening round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2018 Youth League.

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 1
(from Dot Tilbury)

Despite the murky and very cold conditions, there was a good turnout of 231 riders at the NSC last Tuesday night for the opening round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s 2018 Youth League. Thankfully, the rain that persisted for most of the morning stopped in time for the track to dry out, although the fading light meant that some of the races had to be run at reduced distances.

The born 2013 & later age group got the proceedings underway, with Euan Kinnish outsprinting breakaway partner and leading girl Bella Quaye for the honours. Jackson Roberts, Eli Dawson and Harry Kinrade came in separately to claim third, fourth and fifth places respectively, while India Smith came from behind to pip Austin Baglow for sixth. Jasper Cain, Liam Lonergan and Daisy Teare completed the top ten.

Aditya Varshney outran top girl Lauren Hoch in the dash for the line in the novices class. Charlotte Ashall beat Holly Beattie and Elliott Barrow in the fight for third, with Jenson Baglow overtaking Claudia Hoch to bag sixth. Bradley Malone was a lonely eighth and Alfie Jacobs kept Naomi Nesbitt at bay for ninth. Jack Kelly and Ted Thompson rounded off the top twelve leader board.

In the born 2012 event Poppy Clayton edged out Cameron Eyres for the win. George Hampton rode clear of Gracie Evans to fill the final place on the podium and Timothy Clarke was too quick for Henry Kinrade in the tussle for fifth. Daniel Cretney headed fellow chasers Oscar Maddrell, Kieran Binns and Callum Smith home for seventh.

Peel’s Finbar McSevney got the better of fellow frontrunner Jacob Wilson in the battle for maximum points in the in the born 2011 race. Alex McCullagh and Toby Coatain were a safe third and fourth, with the fast finishing Erin Morgan clipping off the front of the main chasing group to snatch fifth from Charlie Dormer. Dylan Honeyman was seventh and Samuel Kinnish led Bobby Kerruish in for eighth. Josie Quirk won the gallop for tenth.

Kylan Murphy powered away from Stanley Kinnish to secure the victory in the born 2010 class. First girl Lula Kinnish held off Max Messenger in the struggle for third and Alfie Kinrade escaped from the chasing pack to grab fifth. Archie Mulholland was a solid sixth and Harrison Skillan ousted Cameron Leslie for seventh.

In the born 2009 category May-Saa Smith got the verdict in a four-up sprint for the line. Abi Clayton was second closely followed by Zach Jones and Eddie Dillon in third and fourth places. Cameron Hounsell spearheaded Tom Pickavance and Harry Beattie home for fifth, with Henry Dormer just behind in eighth spot. Max Davies and Graighagh Morgan wrapped up the top ten.

Freddie Griffin stole a march on Joel Long to take the win in the born 2008 contest. Charlie Williams was a good third and T.J.Teare overcame George Kinnish for fourth. Leon Murphy trailed in for sixth and Emily Rewsin was the first girl in 9th position.

Oscar Gaylor surged ahead of a seven-strong leading group to seize the top slot in the born 2007 and earlier grouping. Orry Lund nicked second ahead of Nicola Quaye, James Kinrade and Cian Howard.

In the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes Alec Sorby attacked his ten travelling companions on the final lap and cruised to victory. Freddie Griffin, Charlie Williams and Eddie Dillon also broke free to fill second, third and fourth places, with George Kinnish supreme in the gallop for fifth. May-Saa Smith was the first girl in seventh spot.

Cian Howard led the charge in the under-12 racing bikes, edging out Oscar Gaylor and Ivan Sorby in the final lunge for the chequered flag. Owen Collins, Orry Lund and Rio Kelly were just behind in fourth to sixth positions, while Sophie Smith edged Nicola Quaye for the girls’ prize in seventh place.

Fresh from his stage win in the Youth Tour of Scotland, Will Corkill came out on top in the bunch sprint at the end of the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes. First year youth A riders Matthew Cooil and Jack Christian did well to finish second and third ahead of James Harrison, Aaron Lund and Corrin Leeming in 4th-6th places. Zac Walker was the top U/14 in eighth position and Shellan Leeming the best girl in 11th spot.
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1. Euan Kinnish
2. Bella Quaye – 1st girl
3. Jackson Roberts
4. Eli Dawson
5. Harry Kinrade
6. India Smith
7. Austin Baglow
8. Jasper Cain
9. Liam Lonergan
10. Daisy Teare
11. Abe Kelly
12. Leo Kerr
13. Isla Mulholland
14. Ciaran Grimshaw
15. William McAllister
16. Freddie Palmer
17. George Graham
18. Isla-Rose Kennington
19. Theodore Hawley
20. Ava Whyte
21. Tobyn Speight
22. Zachary Whyte
23. John Quaye
24. Tallulah Wilson
25. Thomas McEvoy
26. Jacob Wright
27. Lily Christian
28. Layton Kelly
29. Daniel Baker
30. Alisha McCullagh

1. Aditya Varshney
2. Lauren Hoch – 1st girl
3. Charlotte Ashall
4. Holly Beattie
5. Elliott Barron
6. Jenson Baglow
7. Claudia Hoch
8. Bradley Malone
9. Alfie Jacobs
10. Naomi Nesbitt
11. Jack Kelly
12. Ted Thompson
13. Felix Thompson-Broadbent
14. James Heselton
15. Rollo Thompson
16. Heidi Kelly
17. Harrison Marshall
18. Rupert Walker
19. Arthur Ward
20. Ffinlo Cannell
21. Elliott Sayle
22. Harvey Faragher
23. Xara Quinn
24. Albert Kelly
25. McKenzie Howard
26. Kahia Grobbelaar
27. Aidan Hampton
28. Oliver Halligan
29. Finlo Hosskisson
30. Madison Cowin
31. Tristan Halsall
32. Matthew Kerr
33. Oscar Nation
34. Teddy Thompson-Broadbent
35. Gracie Tomlinson
36. Baye Franklin
37. Dylan Christian
38. Oskar Christian
39. Charlie Pye
40. Lorolei Wilson
41. Toby Smith
42. Isla Hall
43. Benjamin Kinrade
44. Ollie Robinson
45. Charlie Williams
46. Davy Cunningham
47. Jacob Cunningham

BORN 2012
1. Poppy Clayton – 1st girl
2. Cameron Eyres
3. George Hampton
4. Gracie Evans
5. Timothy Clarke
6. Henry Kinrade
7. Daniel Cretney
8. Oscar Maddrell
9. Kieran binns
10. callum Smith
11. Safiya Laagayed
12. Euan Christian
13. Saoirse Gell
14. Callum Leslie
15. Finley Quirk
16. Millie Ward
17. Archie Kaighin
18. Aiden Leslie
19. M.J.Livsey
20. Holly Davies
21. Oliver Kennington
22. Bethany Chapman-Beale
23. Charlotte Skillen
24. Lewis Stephens
25. Matilda Bayliss
26. Finn McDowell
27. Evie Lund
28. Zane Quinn
29. Billy Leece
30. Sophie Halligan
31. Dorothy Hampton

BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Jacob Wilson
3. Alex McCullagh
4. Toby Costain
5. Erin Morgan – 1st girl
6. Charlie Dormer
7. Dylan Honeyman
8. Samuel Kinnish
9. Bobby Kerruish
10. Josie Quirk
11. Macaulay Teare
12. Bobby Kewley
13. Oliver Gambell
14. Nathan Nevaril
15. Madison Carter
16. Rory Quayle
17. Jacob Callister
18. Jacob Smith
19. Benjamin Wright
20. Ivy Quayle
21. Lexi Cowin
22. Joey Wright
23. Clodagh Briercliffe
24. Gracie Kewley
25. Emily Kneen
26. Dan Bosendorfer
27. Theo Sayle
28. Daniel Kelly
29. Harlow Moore

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Stanley Kinnish
3. Lula Kinnish – 1st girl
4. Max Messenger
5. Alfie Kinrade
6. Archie Mulholland
7. Harrison Skillan
8. Cameron Leslie
9. James Leece
10. Florence Heselton
11. Grace Robinson
12. Pierre Christian
13. Zac Lund
14. Florence Bayliss
15. Sonny Tonks
16. Edward Hampton
17. Annie McKieran
18. Erin Hainge
19. Joel Quayle

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
2. Abi Clayton
3. Zach Jones
4. Eddie Dillon
5. Cameron Hounsell
6. Tom Pickavance
7. Harry Beattie
8. Henry Dormer
9. Max Davies
10. Graighagh Morgan
11. Matthew Hooper
12. Alfie Tummon
13. Jazzy Dillon
14. Tristan Speight
15. Georgia Halsall
16. Brian Hurst
17. Aden Dunkley-Nation
18. Tilly Sayle

BORN 2008
1. Freddie Griffin
2. Joel Long
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. George Kinnish
6. Leon Murphy
7. Jonty Shimmin
8. Lewis Quirk
9. Emily Rewsin – 1st girl
10. Ryan Batty
11. Thomas Price
12. Deane Aspell
13. Lucy Cartwright

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Orry Lund
3. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
4. James Kinrade
5. Cian Howard
6. Jordan Carter
7. Charlie Scarffe
8. Sophie Smith
9. Jess Pickavance
10. Teddy Dunn
11. Archie Dunn
12. Sam Cunningham
13. Nathan Kinrade
14. Noah Sayle
15. Ellie Neal
16. Owen Braidwood
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1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Charlie Williams
4. Eddie Dillon
5. George Kinnish
6. Kylan Murphy
7. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
8. Abi Clayton
9. Joel Long
10. Harvey Barrow
11. Jonty Shimmin
12. Leon Murphy
13. Cameron Hounsell
14. Zach Jones
15. Lula Kinnish
16. Finbar McSevney
17. Harry Beattie
18. Tom Pickavance
19. Jazzy Dillon
20. Abigail Cowell
21. Lewis Quirk

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Owen Collins
5. Orry Lund
6. Rio Kelly
7. Sophie Smith – 1st girl
8. Nicola Quaye
9. Charlie Scarffe
10. James Kinrade
11. Florence Griffin
12. Jordan Carter
13. Jess Pickavance
14. Josh Kaighin

1. Will Corkill
2. Matthew Cooil
3. Jack Christian
4. James Harrison
5. Aaron Lund
6. Corrin Leeming
7. Tyler Hannay
8. Zac Walker
9. Matthew Black
10. Ralf Holden
11. Shellan Leeming – 1st Girl
12. Tyler Annis
13. Niall Colquitt
14. Oliver Corkish
15. Callum Salisbury
16. Jack Sowerby
17. Oscar Lace
18. Mairi Harrison
19. Eamon McKieran





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