Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 8

The tropical weather that the Island enjoyed during the two weeks of TT motorcycling racing lasted just long enough for last Tuesday night’s eighth round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League to be staged in near perfect conditions.

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 8
(thanks to Dot Tilbury)

The tropical weather that the Island enjoyed during the two weeks of TT motorcycling racing lasted just long enough for last Tuesday night’s eighth round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League to be staged in near perfect conditions. The only slight obstacle for the 294 riders who competed in the event was a strong headwind on some sections of the course.

In the born 2013 & later age group Euan Kinnish outsprinted Eli Dawson, Jackson Roberts and leading girl Bella Quaye to record his third win of the series. Harry Kinrade and Daisy Teare were a solid fifth and sixth, with David Leece leading a five-strong chasing group home for seventh. Austin Baglow, James Fisher and Ewan McCubbin completed the top ten.

Holly Beattie went from the gun in the novices class and soloed to a decisive victory. Claudia Hoch edged out Michael McGuinness and Jenson Baglow in the race for second, while Xara Quinn headed Finlo Hoskisson and Steven Kennaugh in the dash for fifth. The fast finishing Alice Bradley snatched eighth from Toby Smith and Kilian Reynolds, with Oliver Halligan holding off Charlie Pye, Heidi Kelly and Arthur Ward in the tussle for 11th.

Sulby’s Cameron Eyres got the better of breakaway partner Tommy Bass to bag maximum points for the second time in the born 2012 event. George Hampton was a safe third and top girl Poppy Clayton stayed well clear of a chasing group of eleven riders to claim fourth. Charlie Christian, Timothy Clarke, Aedan Le Roux, Corrie Brogan, Kieran Binns and Seamus Hall rounded off the top ten leader board.

Returning to his winning ways after a rare defeat in the previous round, Finbar McSevney was too quick for Jacob Wilson and Alex McCullagh in the final rush for the top slot in the born 2011 category. Leading girl Abigail Cowell got away from Bernat Munoz-Fite to take fourth and Toby Costain came from behind to pip Charlie Dormer for sixth. Dylan Honeyman got the verdict over Bobby Kerruish, Macaulay Teare and George Watterson in the gallop for eighth.

Three riders got away at the start of the born 2010 race and stayed clear to the finish where series leader Kylan Murphy eased ahead of the rest to record his sixth success. Brad Le Geyt held off Liam Blake in the battle for the runners-up spot and Conor Madsen-Mygdal was too strong for first girl Lula Kinnish in the scrap for fourth. Daniel Minay maintained station in sixth place and Hugh Osborn led Thomas Hutchinson, Max Messenger and Casey Clague in for seventh.

In the born 2009 three lapper May-Saa Smith emerged from a group of six frontrunners to grab the win. Abi Clayton was second closely followed by Zach Jones, Eddie Dillon, Tom Pickavance and Cameron Hounsell in third to sixth places respectively. Harry Beattie came home alone for seventh and Graihagh Morgan kept Henry Dormer at bay for eighth. Matthew Hooper wrapped up the top ten.

Freddie Griffin forged ahead of travelling companions Deaglan Blake, Charlie Williams and T.J.Teare to fill the top step on the podium in the born 2008 class. George Kinnish ousted Nathan Hubbard and Lewis Quirk for fifth, with Leon Murphy beating Bob Radcliffe to the line for eighth. Tiana Kelly was the first girl in tenth spot.

After gapping the field on the opening lap of the born 2007 & earlier grouping, Cian Howard overcame breakaway escapeess Oscar Gaylor, Orry Lund and Jordan Carter in the lunge for the chequered flag. Nicola Quaye lost contact with the four leaders on the final lap, taking the girls’ prize in fifth place. Jess Pickavance was sixth and Sam Cunningham got past Sophie Smith in the closing stages to nab seventh.

With series leader and five times winner Alec Sorby missing from the start sheet, the door was wide open for someone else to taste success in the combined under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. In the end it was Myles Le Geyt who grabbed the opportunity, outsprinting fellow frontrunners Charlie Williams, Freddie Griffin, Kylan Murphy, T.J.Teare, Eddie Dillon and Deaglan Blake for the top spot. May-Saa Smith was the best girl in eighth position.

Eight riders circulated together at the head of the under-12 racing bikes and stayed as one to the finish where Oscar Gaylor came out on top in the dart for the chequered flag. Cian Howard and Owen Collins were second and third, with Sophie Smith pipping Nicola Quaye for the girls’ prize in sixth place.

In the under-14 & under-16 racing bikes an eleven-strong front group was eventually whittled down to a select band of eight. After making several unsuccessful attacks, Will Corkill had enough left in his legs to take the win in a close sprint with James Harrison, Matthew Cooil, Aaron Lund, Tyler Hannay, Jack Christian and Ralf Holden (top U/14), who all crossed the line in that order. Matthew Black and Zac Walker completed the top ten, while Shellan Leeming was the first girl in 16th spot.

.. continued after advert2018_MerlinCyclesAdvertROUND 8 – TUESDAY 12th JUNE 2018

1. Euan Kinnish
2. Eli Dawson
3. Jackson Roberts
4. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
5. Harry Kinrade
6. Daisy Teare
7. David Leece
8. Austin Baglow
9. James Fisher
10. Ewan McCubbin
11. India Smith
12. Noah Sykes
13. William McAllister
14. Liam Lonergan
15. Lauren Hoch
16. Layton Kelly
17. Theodore Hawley
18. Jasper Cain
19. Orry McSevney
20. Isla Mulholland
21. Abe Kelly
22. Xenia Munoz-Fite
23. Callen Quayle
24. Poppy Killey
25. Tobyn Speight
26. Ethan Gonsalves
27. Alex Last
28. Riley Faragher
29. Alisha McCullagh
30. Elliott Dowd-Williams
31. Eugene McKiernan
32. Isla-Rose Kennington
33. Lucas Hall
34. Luke Cain
35. Ava Whyte
36. John Quaye
37. Lucia Osborn
38. Benjamin Corlett
39. Oliver Hutchinson
40. Jacob Wright
41. Daniel Baker
42. Maizie Hawkins
43. Jasper Anderson

1. Holly Beattie – 1st Girl
2. Claudia Hoch
3. Michael McGuinness
4. Jenson Baglow
5. Xara Quinn
6. Finlo Hoskisson
7. Steven Kennaugh
8. Alice Bradley
9. Toby Smith
10. Kilian Reynolds
11. Oliver Halligan
12. Charlie Pye
13. Heidi Kelly
14. Arthur Ward
15. Archie Gartshore
16. Ffinlo Cannell
17. Alfie Jacobs
18. Rupert Walker
19. Elliott Sayle
20. Emily Calow
21. Tristan Halsall
22. Chloe Quayle
23. Chloe Howard
24. Albert Kelly
25. Lucas Kershaw
26. Oliver Moon
27. Anabelle Harrison
28. Ava Quirk
29. McKenzie Howard
30. Sebastian Perry
31. Nico Hutchinson
32. Theo Sykes
33. Abban Cowley
34. Charlie Williams
35. Sonny Faragher
36. Oscar Nation
37. Gracie Tomlinson
38. James Heselton
39. Isla Hall
40. Ingrid Le Roux
41. Benjamin Kinrade
42. Carmen Oakes
43. Emmy-Rose Oakes

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Tommy Bass
3. George Hampton
4. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
5. Charlie Christian
= Timothy Clarke
7. Aedan Le Roux
8. Corrie Brogan
9. Kieran Binns
10. Seamus Hall
11. Tommie Quayle
12. Henry Kinrade
13. Archie Kaighin
14. Oliver Kennington
15. Oscar Maddrell
16. Noah Hutchinson
17. Finley Quirk
18. Charley Staley
19. Millie Ward
20. Samuel Staley
21. Holly Davies
22. Lucas Wootton
23. Callum Leslie
24. Seb Jones
25. Lewis Stephens
26. Aditya Varshney
27. Saoirse Gell
28. Aiden Leslie
29. Evie Lund
30. Ryan Cartwright
31. Elijah Clague
32. Aoife Dowd-Williams
33. Zane Quinn
34. Matilda Bayliss
35. Dorothy Hampton
36. Sophie Halligan

BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Jacob Wilson
3. Alex McCullagh
4. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
5. Bernat Munoz-Fite
6. Toby Costain
7. Charlie Dormer
8. Dylan Honeyman
9. Bobby Kerruish
10. Macaulay Teare
11. George Watterson
12. Benjamin wright
13. Sam Wolstencroft
14. Bobby Kewley
15. Oliver Gambell
16. Rory Quayle
17. Jack Kewley
18. Nathan Nevaril
19. Bobby Davenport
20. Josie Quirk
21. Ben Leece
22. Dan Bosendorfer
23. Jacob Smith
24. Ivy Quayle
25. Madison Carter
26. Lewis De Backer
27. Ciaran McGuinness
28. Clodagh Briercliffe
29. Jacob Dawkins
30. Darcy Killey
31. Gracie Kewley
32. Joey Wright
33. Isabella Callow
34. Malane Bradley
35. Olly Quayle
36. Charlie Hurst
37. Ted Thompson

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Brad Le Geyt
3. Liam Blake
4. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
5. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
6. Daniel Minay
7. Hugh Osborn
8. Thomas Hutchinson
9. Max Messenger
10. Casey Clague
11. Archie Mulholland
12. Cameron Leslie
13. Rebecca Radcliffe
14. Alfie Kinrade
15. Ned Paul Hampton
16. Joel Quayle
17. Florence Heselton
18. Zac Lund
19. Thomas Watterson
20. Oliver Wootton
21. Annie McKiernan
22. Florence Bayliss
23. Landon Smith
24. Owen Kinrade
25. Jake Naylor
26. Jamie Quayle

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Abi Clayton
3. Zach Jones
4. Eddie Dillon
5. Tom Pickavance
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Harry Beattie
8. Graihagh Morgan
9. Henry Dormer
10. Matthew Hooper
11. Florrie Thomas
12. Grace Wolstencroft
13. Tristan Speight
14. Ben Coole
15. Joseph Dawkins
16. Lily-Ann Scott
17. Jazzy Dillon
18. Imogen Deuchars
19. Georgia Halsall
20. Ted Last
21. Brian Hurst
22. John Moore
23. Christopher Hazell
24. Emily Bromwich
25. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Freddie Griffin
2. Deaglan Blake
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. George Kinnish
6. Nathan Hubbard
7. Lewis Quirk
8. Leon Murphy
9. Bob Radcliffe
10. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
11. Jonty Shimmin
12. Emily Rewsin
13. Thomas Price
14. Erin Hall
15. Fynn Bradley
16. Anna Boardman
17. Ryan Batty
18. Emily McAllister

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
6. Jess Pickavance
7. Sam Cunningham
8. Sophie Smith
9. Ed Coole
10. Sam Devereau
11. Joe Devereau
12. Ethan Naylor
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1. Myles Le Geyt
2. Charlie Williams
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Kylan Murphy
5. T.J.Teare
6. Eddie Dillon
7. Deaglan Blake
8. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
9. George Kinnish
10. Nathan Hubbard
11. Jonty Shimmin
12. Brad Le Geyt
13. Cameron Hounsell
14. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
15. Toby Horsey
16. Zach Jones
17. Abi Clayton
18. Callum Christian
19. Leon Murphy
20. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
21. Tom Pickavance
22. Finbar McSevney
23. Lula Kinnish
24. Hugh Osbornsh
25. Maximus Whittaker
26. Abigail Cowell
27. Lily-Ann Scott
28. Jazzy Dillon

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Owen Collins
4. Ivan Sorby
5. Orry Lund
6. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
7. Nicola Quaye
8. Rio Kelly
9. Charlie Scarffe
10. Jordan Carter
11. Ben Davies
12. Josh Kaighin
13. Ellie Neal

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


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