Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 9

A total of 249 riders braved the damp conditions at the NSC last Tuesday night to compete in round nine of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League 9

In the born 2013 & later age group Bella Quaye led Eli Dawson, Riley Faragher, Euan Kinnish and Jackson Roberts over the line to record her fifth success of the series. Sam Booth edged out Daisy Teare for sixth with Ewan McCubbin coming home on his own to claim eighth. Lucia Osborn and Austin Baglow completed the top ten.

Holly Beattie completed a hat trick of wins in the novices class, leaving the rest of the field in her wake to fight over the minor placings. Claudia Hoch was a solid second and Jenson Baglow kept Xara Quinn at bay to secure third. Finlo Hoskisson ousted Aaron Fisher in the bunch sprint for fifth.

A last lap attack earned Cameron Eyres the victory in the born 2012 category. Tommy Bass was second and George Hampton held off leading girl Poppy Clayton in the fight for third. Charlie Christian outran Corrie Brogan and Seamus Hall in the rush for fifth, while Archie Kaighin stayed clear of chaser Dorothy Hampton for eighth. Kieran Binns rounded off the top ten leader board.

Jacob Wilson went from the gun in the born 2011 event and was never caught. Bernat Munoz-Fite pipped Alex McCullagh for the runners-up spot and Abigail Cowell maintained station in fourth place. Charlie Dormer had the edge on Toby Costain, Erin Morgan and Samuel Kinnish in the battle for fifth, with Macaulay Teare crossing the line ahead of Sam Wolstencroft for ninth. Bobby Kerruish and Benjamin Wright escaped from the main bunch to pick up 11th and 12th respectively.

In the born 2010 race Kylan Murphy rode everyone off his wheel and soloed to his seventh win. Liam Blake got the better of Brad Le Geyt in the sprint for second and Conor Madsen-Mygdal beat Daniel Minay and Lula Kinnish in the rush for fourth. Harrison Skillan overtook Illiam Thomas in the closing stages to snatch seventh and Hugh Osborn grabbed a safe ninth ahead of Casey Clague and Thomas Hutchinson.

May-Saa Smith gave the girls their third overall victory of the night in the born 2009 class, outsprinting Eddie Dillon, Abi Clayton and Zach Jones for her seventh success of the season. Alfie Mathieson-Nation spearheaded Cameron Hounsell, Callum Christian and Harry Beattie across the line for fifth, with Graihagh Morgan edging Henry Dormer for ninth.

Deaglan Blake emerged from a nine-strong bunch of frontrunners to bag maximum points in the born 2008 race. Freddie Griffin was second closely followed by Alec Sorby, Charlie Williams and T.J.Teare. The first girl was Tiana Kelly in tenth spot.

The born 2007 & earlier grouping ended in similar fashion with eight riders fighting for the honours. In the end it was Cian Howard who got the verdict ahead of Oscar Gaylor, Orry Lund, Jordan Carter and best girl Nicola Quaye. James Kinrade was sixth, Jess Pickavance seventh and Eamon McKiernan eighth.

Alec Sorby continues to dominate the combined under-8 & under-10 racing bikes, outgunning Myles Le Geyt and Charlie Williams in the final gallop. May-Saa Smith was the first girl in seventh position and recently crowned North West champion Kylan Murphy the top under-8 in eighth place.

Leading the charge out of the final corner, Cian Howard notched up his second win of the night in the under-12 racing bikes. Ivan Sorby and Oscar Gaylor filled the remaining places on the podium, with Owen Collins heading Orry Lund for fourth. Sophie Smith took the girls’ prize in sixth position.

In the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes Corrin Leeming was out on his own for several laps. He was eventually joined by James Harrison, Aaron Lund and Will Corkill. The fast moving quartet stayed together to the finish where Harrison won the sprint from Lund, Corkill and Leeming. Matthew Cooil took fifth in front of fellow chasers Jack Christian and Ralf Holden. The top girl was Shellan Leeming in tenth spot.
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ROUND 9 – TUESDAY, 19th JUNE 2018

1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Eli Dawson
3. Riley Faragher
4. Euan Kinnish
5. Jackson Roberts
6. Sam Booth
7. Daisy Teare
8. Ewan McCubbin
9. Lucia Osborn
10. Austin Baglow
11. James Fisher
12. Bobby Quaye
13. Harry Kinrade
14. Louie Phillips
15. Ciaran Grimshaw
16. Layton Kelly
17. David Leece
18. Xenia Munoz-Fite
19. Orry McSevney
20. Leo Kerr
21. Theodore Hawley
22. Jasper Cain
23. Leighton Curphey
24. Lauren Hoch
25. Ethan Gonsalves
26. Poppy Killey
27. Eugene McKiernan
28. Alish McCullagh
29. Jasper Anderson
30. Bradley Malone
31. Alexander Jones
32. Oliver Hutchinson
33. Daniel Baker
34. Ava Whyte
35. Isla-Rose Kennington
36. Benjamin Corlett
37. Jacob Wright
38. Henry Quaye
39. William McAllister
40. Rollo Thompson
41. Rory Booth
42. Dev Swarup
43. Graihagh Halsall
44. Luke Cain

1. Holly Beattie – 1st Girl
2. Claudia Hoch
3. Jenson Baglow
4. Xara Quinn
5. Finlo Hoskisson
6. Aaron Fisher
7. Heidi Kelly
8. Toby Smith
9. Michael McGuinness
10. Ffinlo Cannell
11. Steven Kennaugh
12. Archie Gartshore
13. Oliver Halligan
14. Matthew Kerr
15. Kilian Reynolds
16. Tristan Halsall
17. Alfie Jacobs
18. Oliver Ford
19. Charlie Pye
20. Elliott Sayle
21. Chloe Howard
22. Rupert Walker
23. Emily Calow
24. James Heselton
25. Arthur Ward
26. Anabelle Harrison
27. Noah Phillips
28. McKenzie Howard
29. Athena Kneen
30. Zach Kneen
31. Abban Cowley
32. Nico Hutchinson
33. Lucas Kershaw
34. Gracie Tomlinson
35. Oscar Nation
36. Zara Stefanovic
37. Isla Hall
38. Benjamin Kinrade
39. Sonny Faragher
40. Lara Goosen
41. Axl Pate

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Tommy Bass
3. George Hampton
4. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
5. Charlie Christian
6. Corrie Brogan
7. Seamus Hall
8. Archie Kaighin
9. Dorothy Hampton
10. Kieran Binns
11. Tommie Quayle
12. Henry Kinrade
13. Oliver Kennington
14. Oscar Maddrell
15. Noah Hutchinson
16. Safiya Laagayed
17. Charlie Staley
18. M.J.Livesey
19. Samuel Staley
20. Millie Ward
21. Lewis Stephens
22. Lucas Wootton
23. Aditya Varshney
24. Elijah Clague
25. Zane Quinn
26. Ryan Cartwright
27. Sophie Halligan
28. Matilda Bayliss
29. Dia Swarup

BORN 2011
1. Jacob Wilson
2. Bernat Munoz-Fite
3. Alex McCullagh
4. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
5. Charlie Dormer
6. Toby Costain
7. Erin Morgan
8. Samuel Kinnish
9. Macaulay Teare
10. Sam Wolstencroft
11. Bobby Kerruish
12. Benjamin Wright
13. Nathan Nevaril
14. Joshua Moffitt
15. Dylan Honeyman
16. Pierre Goosen
17. Jack Kewley
18. Bobby Kewley
19. Josie Quirk
20. Oliver Gambell
21. Madison Carter
22. Juan Halsall
23. Dan Bosendorfer
24. Lewis De-Backer
25. Ciaran McGuinness
26. Darcy Killey
27. Bobby Davenport
28. Ben Leece
29. Jacob Smith
30. Clodagh Briercliffe
31. Joey Wright
32. Isabella Calow
33. Theo Sayle
34. Ted Thompson

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Liam Blake
3. Brsd Le Geyt
4. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
5. Daniel Minay
6. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
7. Harrison Skillan
8. Illiam Thomas
9. Hugh Osborn
10. Casey Clague
11. Thomas Hutchinson
12. Paul Ned Hampton
13. Zac Lund
14. Ed Ambrose Hampton
15. James Leece
16. Owen Kinrade
17. Annie McKiernan
18. Oliver Wootton
19. Alfie Kinrade
20. Elijah Bradley
21. Joseph Booth

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Eddie Dillon
3. Abi Clayton
4. Zach Jones
5. Alfie Mathieson-Nation
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Callum Christian
8. Harry Beattie
9. Graihagh Morgan
10. Henry Dormer
11. Matthew Hooper
12. Jazzy Dillon
13. Ben Coole
14. Lily-Ann Scott
15. Harry Jones
16. Georgia Halsall
17. Christopher Hazell
18. Emily Bromwich
19. Brian-Hurst
20. Tilly Sayle
21. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Alec Sorby
4. Charlie Williams
5. T.J.Teare
6. George Kinnish
7. Lewis Quirk
8. Leon Murphy
9. Nathan Hubbard
10. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
11. Erun Halsall
12. Emily Rewsin
13. Ryan Batty
14. Jonty Shimmin
15. Lucy Cartwright

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
6. James Kinrade
7. Jess Pickavance
8. Eamon McKiernan
9. Sophie Smith
10. Ed Coole
11. Sam Cunningham
12. Kate Lace
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1. Alec Sorby
2. Myles Le Geyt
3. Charlie Williams
4. Freddie Griffin
5. T.J.Teare
6. Deaglan Blake
7. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
8. Kylan Murphy
9. Nathan Hubbard
10. Abi Clayton
11. Alfie Mathieson- Nelson
12. George Kinnish
13. Brad Le Geyt
14. Leon Murphy
15. Cameron Hounsell
16. Callum Christian
17. Zach Jones
18. Toby Horsey
19. Conor Madsen-Nygdal
20. Jonty Shimmin
21. Illiam Thomas
22. Lula Kinnish
23. Jazzy Dillon
24. Maximus Whittaker
25. Lily-Ann Scott
26. Thomas Hutchinson
27. Abigail Cowell
28. Joshua Moffitt
29. Poppy Clayton.

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

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


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