Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Round 3

Despite the damp conditions, there was another good turnout of 242 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round three of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League Round 3

Powering away from the field, Bella Quaye scored her second successive win in the born 2013 & later age group. Euan Kinnish outran Eli Dawson, Jackson Roberts and Riley Faragher to claim the runners-up spot, with Harry Kinrade a short distance behind in sixth place. India Smith held off Austin Baglow and David Leece for seventh, while Theodore Hawley pipped Ewan McCubbin in the dash for tenth.

In the novices class Elliott Barron led leading girl Holly Beattie home for a clear victory. Charlotte Ashall edged out Bradley Malone for third and Jenson Baglow stayed ahead of Alfie Thomas and Xara Quinn to grab fifth. Eugene McKiernan, Ted Thompson and Alexander Jones completed the top ten.

Cameron Eyres got the better of fellow frontrunner Poppy Clayton in the final sprint to bag maximum points in the born 2012 event. Tommy Bass was too quick for Timothy Clarke and Gracie Evans in the tussle for third, with George Hampton maintaining station in sixth spot. Tommie Quayle dropped Oliver Kennington in the closing stages to snatch seventh and Henry Kinrade rode away from Oscar Maddrell and Kieran Binns to secure ninth.

A last lap attack earned Jacob Wilson the victory in the born 2011 category. Alex McCullagh beat Bernat Munoz-Fite to the line for second and top girl Erin Morgan fended off Charlie Dormer in the rush for fourth. Dylan Honeyman led Samuel Kinnish, Macaulay Teare and Bobby Kewley home for sixth, while Toby Costain trailed in on his own to round off the top ten leader board.

After breaking away together in the early stages, Kylan Murphy got the verdict over Liam Blake in the gallop at the end of the born 2010 race. Brad Le Geyt kept Lula Kinnish at bay in the battle for third and Daniel Minay inched ahead of Conor Madsen-Mygdal for fifth. Max Messenger was a solid seventh and Alfie Kinrade hung onto eighth ahead of chasers Hugh Osborn and Illiam Thomas.
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In the born 2009 three lapper May-Saa Smith outsprinted Abi Clayton and Zach Jones to notch up her second overall win of the series. Cameron Hounsell slipped ahead of Tom Pickavance and Eddie Dillon for fourth, with Harry Beattie leaving Henry Dormer and Graihagh Morgan in his wheel tracks to secure seventh. Florrie Thomas wrapped up the top ten.

Onchan’s Deaglan Blake emerged from a leading group of six riders to take the top honours in the born 2008 class. Alec Sorby was second closely followed by Freddie Griffin, Charlie Williams, T.J.Teare and Joel Long, with chasers George Kinnish Leon Murphy and Lewis Quirk close behind in seventh to ninth places respectively. Tiana Kelly was the first girl in 13th position.

A fast pace split the field in the born 2007 and earlier grouping. At the finish Cian Howard headed Oscar Gaylor and Orry Lund in the final sprint for the top slot. Jordan Carter was fourth and James Kinrade came from behind to take fifth ahead of Nicola Quaye, Teddy Dunn and Chloe Dillon.

Twelve riders contested the gallop at the end of the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. In a very close finish it was Alec Sorby who took first place ahead of Charlie Williams and Deaglan Blake. The U/8’s prize went to Kylan Murphy in seventh place and the girl’s award to May-Saa Smith in eighth spot.

In the under-12 racing bikes Owen Collins beat breakaway partners Cian Howard and Ivan Sorby in the final surge for the line. Oscar Gaylor edged Drystan Sewell for fourth and Orry Lund led Sophie Smith, Nicola Quaye and Rio Kelly in the scrap for sixth.

A fast moving leading group of ten riders formed at the head of the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes. The group stayed together until the penultimate lap when Will Corkill attacked and rode clear for a comfortable victory. Aaron Lund was a good second and James Harrison third, with Tyler Hannay, Matthew Cooil and Corrin Leeming just behind in fourth, fifth and sixth places. The top under-14 rider was Ralf Holden in eighth spot.
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1. Bella Quaye – 1st girl
2. Euan Kinnish
3. Eli Dawson
4. Jackson Roberts
5. Riley Faragher
6. Harry Kinrade
7. India Smith
8. Austin Baglow
9. David Leece
10. Theodore Hawley
11. Ewan McCubbin
12. Liam Lonergan
13. Ciaran Grimshaw
14. Harvey Wagstaffe
15. William McAllister
16. Daisy Teare
17. Xenia Munoz-Fite
18. Aditya Varshney
19. Jasper Cain
20. Evangeline Sohaba
21. Louie Phillips
22. Poppy Killey
23. Isla-Rose Kennington
24. Ethan Gonsalves
25. Freddie Palmer
26. Leo Kerr
27. Callen Quayle
28. Edison Martin-Smith
29. John Quaye
30. Ava Whyte
31. Alisha McCullagh
32. Lucia Osborn
33. Lucas Hall
34. Daniel Baker
35. Layton Kelly
36. Joe Wardle

1. Elliott Barron
2. Holly Beattie – 1st girl
3. Charlotte Ashall
4. Bradley Malone
5. Jenson Baglow
6. Alfie Jacobs
7. Xara Quinn
8. Eugene McKiernan
9. Ted Thompson
10. Alexander Jones
11. Finlo Hoskisson
12. Leon Askin
13. Matthew Kerr
14. Rupert Walker
15. Tristan Halsall
16. Rollo Thompson
17. Oliver Bates
18. Kilion Reynolds
19. Archie Gartshore
20. Charlie Pye
21. McKenzie Howard
22. James Heselton
23. April Martin-Smith
24. Arthur Ward
25. Tia Davies
26. Noah Phillips
27. Aidan Hampton
28. Teddy Thompson-Broadbent
29. Heidi Kelly
30. Ollie Robinson
31. Oscar Nation
32. Steven Kennaugh
33. Oliver Moon
34. Lucas Kershaw
35. Isla Hall
36. Felix Thompson-Broadbent
37. Toby Smith
38. Gracie Tomlinson
39. Sonny Faragher
40. Benjamin Kinrade
41. Abban Cowley
42. Axl Pate
43. Marlow Taylor-Risan

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Poppy Clayton – 1st girl
3. Tommy Bass
4. Timothy Clarke
5. Gracie Evans
6. George Hampton
7. Tommie Quayle
8. Oliver Kennington
9. Henry Kinrade
10. Oscar Maddrell
11. Kieran Binns
12. Saoirse Gell
13. Finley Quirk
14. Millie Ward
15. Safiya Laagayed
16. Corrie Brogan
17. Samuel Staley
18. Max Wardle
19. Archie Kaighin
20. Lewis Stephens
21. Charlie Staley
22. Finn McDowell
23. Billy Leece
24. Zane Quinn

BORN 2011
1. Jacob Wilson
2. Alex McCullagh
3. Bernat Munoz-Fite
4. Erin Morgan – 1st girl
5. Charlie Dormer
6. Dylan Honeyman
7. Samuel Kinnish
8. Macaulay Teare
9. Bobby Kewley
10. Toby Costain
11. Bobby Kerruish
12. Rory Quayle
13. Nathan Nevaril
14. Gracie Kewley
15. George Watterson
16. Ben Leece
17. Madison Carter
18. Jacob Smith
19. Lewis De Backer
20. Clodagh Briercliffe
21. Juan Halsall
22. Ivy Quayle
23. Lily-Faye Bell
24. Jacob Dawkins
25. Elizabeth Taylor
26. Darcy Killey
27. Theo Sayle
28. Dan Bosendorfer
29. Nathaniel Sohaba
30. Charlie Hurst

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Liam Blake
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Lula Kinnish – 1st girl
5. Daniel Minay
6. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
7. Max Messenger
8. Alfie Kinrade
9. Hugh Osborn
10. Illiam Thomas
11. Ed Ambrose Hampton
12. Florence Heselton
13. Grace Robinson
14. Thomas Watterson
15. Jack Moore
16. Annie McKiernan
17. Ned Paul Hampton
18. Joel Quayle

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
2. Abi Clayton
3. Zach Jones
4. Cameron Hounsell
5. Tom Pickavance
6. Eddie Dillon
7. Harry Beattie
8. Henry Dormer
9. Graihagh Morgan
10. Florrie Thomas
11. Matthew Hooper
12. Freddie Taylor
13. Joseph Dawkins
14. Lily-Ann Scott
15. Daisy Quine
16. Maximus Whittaker
17. Brian Hurst
18. Christopher Hazell
19. Aden Dunkley-Nation
20. Tilly Sayle

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Alec Sorby
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Charlie Williams
5. T.J.Teare
6. Joel Long
7. George Kinnish
8. Leon Murphy
9. Lewis Quirk
10. Edward Field
11. Nathan Hubbard
12. Jonty Shimmin
13. Tiana Kelly – 1st girl
14. Emily Rewsin
15. Ryan Batty
16. Erin Halsall
17. Breesha Cowley
18. Deane Aspell

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. James Kinrade
6. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
7. Teddy dunn
8. Chloe Dillon
9. Charlie Scarffe
10. Jess Pickavance
11. Sophie Smith
12. Sam Devereau
13. Sam Cunningham
14. Archie Dunn
15. Joe Devereau
16. Bethany Turner-Priest
17. Ellie Neal
18. Noah Sayle

1. Alec Sorby
2. Charlie Williams
3. Deaglan Blake
4. Freddie Griffin
5. T.J.Teare
6. Eddie Dillon
7. Kylan Murphy
8. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
9. George Kinnish
10. Nathan Hubbard
11. Joel Long
12. Abi Clayton
13. Tom Pickavance
14. Brad Le Geyt
15. Toby Horsey
16. Jonty Shimmin
17. Cameron Hounsell
18. Zach Jones
19. Lula Kinnish
20. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
21. Leon Murphy
22. Lily-Anne Scott
23 Deane Aspell

1. Owen Collins
2. Cian Howard
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Oscar Gaylor
5. Drystan Sewell
6. Orry Lund
7. Sophie Smith – 1st girl
8. Nicola Quaye
9. Rio Kelly
10. Charlie scarffe
11. James Kinrade
12. Florence Griffin
13. Jess Pickavance
14. Archie Dunn
15. Josh Kaighin
16.Joe Devereau

1. Will Corkill
2. Aaron Lund
3. James Harrison
4. Tyler Hannay
5. Matthew Cooil
6. Corrin Leeming
7. Jack Christian
8. Ralf Holden
9. Matthew Black
10. Zac Walker
11. Nathan Slack
12. Niall Colquitt
13. Tyler Annis
14. Dylan Sewell
15. James Devereau
16. Callum Salisbury
17. Jack Sowerby
18. Nick Kissack
19. Oliver Corkish
20. James Scott
21. Oscar Lace
22. Teddy Dunn
23. Eamon McKiernan





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