Report: RL360 Youth League Round 6

Despite the cold, windy and damp conditions, there was a good turnout of 231 riders at the NSC last Tuesday night for round six of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Bella Quaye continued her winning ways in the born 2013 & later age group, riding away from the field for a clear solo victory. Jackson Roberts was a safe second and Eli Dawson outran Riley Faragher for third. Harry Kinrade held off India Smith and Austin Baglow in the battle for fifth, with William McAllister leading Ewan McCubbin over the line for eighth. Harvey Wagstaffe edged out David Leece to claim the final place on the top ten leader board.

Notching up his second win of the series, Elliott Barron went from the gun in the novices class and was never caught. Leading girl Holly Beattie beat Charlotte Ashall in the race for the runners-up spot and Jenson Baglow pipped Alexander Jones and Naomi Nesbitt for fourth. Xara Quinn was a lonely seventh and Steven Kennaugh outgunned Archie Gartshore and Heidi Kelly in the dash for eighth.

Tommy Bass was too strong for Cameron Eyres in the final sprint for the top spot in the born 2012 category. Top girl Poppy Clayton was a solid second and relative newcomer Charlie Christian edged George Hampton in the group gallop for fourth. Seamus Hall, Archie Kaighin, Noah Hutchinson, Charlie Staley and Henry Kinrade completed the top ten.

In the born 2011 event Finbar McSevney dropped breakaway partner Alex McCullagh in the closing stages to bag maximum points for the fourth time this season. Jacob Wilson maintained station in third place and Abigail Cowell led Erin Morgan home to grab the girls’ prize in fourth position. Toby Costain overtook Charlie Dormer on the last lap to claim sixth and Macaulay Teare stayed clear of chasers Joshua Moffitt and Sam Wolstencroft to secure eighth. Bobby Kewley led the rest of the field in for 11th.

Six frontrunners led the way in the born 2010 race. An injection of speed in the closing stages split the group with Kylan Murphy eventually taking the win ahead of Liam Blake, Brad Le Geyt and Lula Kinnish. Daniel Minay and Conor Madsen-Mygdal were just behind in fifth and sixth respectively, with chasing group escapees Harrison Skillan and Alfie Kinrade trailing in for seventh and eighth. Hugh Osborn and Illiam Thomas rounded off the top ten.

May-Saa Smith was too quick for Tom Pickavance and Abi Clayton in the scramble for the chequered flag in the born 2009 class. Cameron Hounsell beat Zach Jones for fourth and Eddie Dillon kept Harry Beattie and Henry Dormer at bay for sixth. Matthew Hooper eased past Grace Wolstencroft on the finishing straight to snatch ninth.

Deaglan Blake led out a leading group of ten riders to take the win in the born 2008 two lapper. Alec Sorby was second, closely followed by Joel Long, Freddie Griffin, T.J.Teare, George Kinnish, Bob Radcliffe, Leon Murphy, Charlie Williams and Lewis Quirk. The girls’ award went to Tiana Kelly in 11th spot.

In the born2007 & earlier grouping Oscar Gaylor outsprinted travelling companions Cian Howard and Orry Lund for the top honours. Nicola Quaye was a short distance behind in fourth place, while Jordan Carter led Sam Devereau, Sam Cunningham and Sophie Smith to the finish for fifth.

Alec Sorby came out on top in a six rider strong dart for the line at the end of the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. Deaglan Black was second and Freddie Griffin third, with May-Saa Smith the first girl in fourth place. Joel Long and T.J.Teare wrapped up the top six.

Completing a family double, Ivan Sorby attacked at half distance in the under-12 racing bikes and left the rest of the field in his wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. Owen Collins got the better of Oscar Gaylor and Cian Howard in the scrap for second and Orry Lund headed Drystan Sewell home for fifth. Sophie Smith pipped Nicola Quaye for the girls’ honours in seventh position.

Will Corkill, James Harrison and Tyler Hannay made an early break for glory in the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes and were never challenged. With three laps to go Corkill put in a blistering attack and soloed to victory. Harrison was second and Hannay third, with Aaron Lund clipping off the front of the chasing bunch to secure fourth. Matthew Cooil won the sprint for fifth ahead of Corrin Leeming, Jack Christian and best under-14 rider Zac Walker. The first girl was Shellan Leeming in 17th spot.

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ROUND 6 – TUESDAY 15th MAY 2018

1. Bella Quaye – 1st girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Eli Dawson
4. Riley Faragher
5. Harry Kinrade
6. India Smith
7. Austin Baglow
8. William McAllister
9. Ewan McCubbib
10. Harvey Wagstaffe
11. David Leece
12. Daisy Teare
13. Bobby Quaye
14. Ciaran Grimshaw
15. Liam Lonergan
16. Theodore Hawley
17. Lucia Osborn
18. Xenia Munoz-Fite
19. Louie Phillips
20. Evangeline Sohaba
21. Jasper Cain
22. Orry McSevney
23. Poppy Killey
24. Layton Kelly
25. Elliot Dowd-Williams
26. Callen Quaye
27. Megan Williamson
28. John Quaye
29. Isla-Rose Kennington
30. Alisha McCyllagh
31. Ava Whyte
32. Lucas Hall
33. Leo Kerr
34. Edison Martin Smith
35. Joe Wardle
36. Eugene McKiernan
37. Daniel Baker
38. Graihagh Halsall

1. Elliott Barron
2. Holly Beattie – 1st girl
3. Charlotte Ashall
4. Jenson Baglow
5. Alexander Jones
6. Naomi Nesbitt
7. Xara Quinn
8. Steven Kennaugh
9. Archie Gartshore
10. Heidi Kelly
11. Finlo Hoskisson
12. Ffinlo Cannell
13. Matthew Kerr
14. April Martin-Smith
15. Charlie Pye
16. Rupert Walker
17. Tristan Halsall
18. Oscar Nation
19. Chloe Howard
20. Kilian Reynolds
21. Anabelle Harrison
22. Arthur Ward
23. Zara Stefanovic
24. Emily Calow
25. Oliver Halligan
26. Abban Cowley
27. Noah Phillips
28. Lucas Kershaw
29. Lara Goosen
30. Sebastian Perry
31. Thomlyn Varley
32. Axel Kennaugh
33. Gracie Tomlinson
34. Nico Hutchinson
35. Sonny Faragher
36. Oliver Ford
37. Alfie Jacobs
38. Hugo Spooner-Roney
39. Anish Agarwal
40. Ava Quirk
41. Axl Pate

BORN 2012
1. Tommy Bass
2. Cameron Eyres
3. Poppy Clayton – 1st girl
4. Charlie Christian
5. George Hampton
6. Seamus Hall
7. Archie Kaighin
8. Noah Hutchinson
9. Charlie Staley
10. Henry Kinrade
11. Samuel Staley
12. Oliver Kennington
13. Euan Christian
14. Oscar Maddrell
15. Lewis stephens
16. Corrie Brogan
17. M.J.Livesey
18. Max Wardle
19. Saoirse Gell
20. Millie Ward
21. Ryan Cartwright
22. Elijah Clague
23. Holly Davies
24. Aditya Varshney
25. Aoife Dowd-Williams
26. Finn McDowell
27. Matilda Bayliss
28. Dorothy Hampton
29. Ansh Agarwal
30. Billy Leecw
31. Sophie Halligan

BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Alex McCullagh
3. Jacob Wilson
4. Abigail Cowell – 1st girl
5. Erin Morgan
6. Toby Costain
7. Charlie Dormer
8. Macaulay Teare
9. Joshua Moffitt
10. Sam Wolstencroft
11. Bobby Kewley
12. Rory Quayle
13. Jack Kewley
14. Josie Quirk
15. Nathan Nevaril
16. Bobby Kerruish
17. Madison Carter
18. Ben Leece
19. Ivy Quayle
20. Darcy Killey
21. Oliver Gambell
22. Lewis De Backer
23. Pierre Goosen
24. Clodagh Briercliffe
25. Bobby Davenport
26. Isabella Calow
27. Ciaran McGuinness
28. Juan Halsall
29. Olivia Williamson
30. Olly Quayle
31. Dan Bosendorfer
32. Nathaniel Sohaba

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. Harrison Skillan
8. Alfie Kinrade
9. Hugh Osborn
10. Illiam Thomas
11. Rebecca Radcliffe
12. Casey Clague
13. Florence Heselton
14. Ed Ambrose Hampton
15. Grayson Young
16. Ned Paul Hampton
17. James leece
18. Annie McKiernan
19. Joel Quayle
20. Karl Nolan
21. Charlie Cooney

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
2. Tom Pickavance
3. Abi Clayton
4. Cameron Hounsell
5. Zach Jones
6. Eddie Dillon
7. Harry Beattie
8. Henry Dormer
9. Matthew Hooper
10. Grace Wolstencroft
11. Max Davies
12. Jazzy Dillon
13. Ben Coole
14. Daisy Quine
15. Lily-Ann Scott
16. Brian Hurst
17. Christopher Hazell
18. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Alec Sorby
3. Joel Long
4. Freddie Griffin
5. T.J.Teare
6. George Kinnish
7. Bob Radcliffe
8. Leon Murphy
9. Charlie Williams
10. Lewis Quirk
11. Tiana Kelly – 1st girl
12. Emily Rewsin
13. Thomas Price
14. Erin Halsall
15. Jonty shimmin
16. Deane aspell
17. Ryan Batty
18. lucy Cartwright

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Orry Lund
4. Nicola Quaye – 1st girl
5. Jordan Carter
6. Sam Devereau
7. Sam Cunningham
8. Sophie Smith
9. Ed Coole
10. Joe Devereau
11. Ellie Neal

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1. Alec Sorby
2. Deaglan Blake
3. Freddie Griffin
4. May-Saa Smith – 1st girl
5. Joel Long
6. T.J. Teare
7. Cameron Hounsell
8. Kylan Murphy
9. George Kinnish
10. Zach Jones
11. Abi Clayton
12. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
13. Brad Le Geyt
14. Callum Christian
15. Leon Murphy
16. Jonty Shimmin
17. Lula Kinnish
18. Maximus Whittaker
19. Joshua Moffitt
20. Illiam Thomas
21. Jazzy Dillon
22. Finbar McSevney
23. Hugh Osborn
24. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
25. Lily-Ann Scott

1. Ivan Sorby
2. Owen Collins
3. Oscar Gaylor
4. Cian Howard
5. Orry Lund
6. Drystan Sewell
7. Sophie Smith – 1st girl
8. Nicola Quaye
9. Rio Kelly
10. Florence Griffin
11. Joshua Kaighin
12. Ben Davies
13. Joe Devereau

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



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