Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth league

Conditions could not have been any better for the 286 competitors who turned out at a sun-drenched NSC last Tuesday night for round ten of the RL360 Youth League.

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth league
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Conditions could not have been any better for the 286 competitors who turned out at a sun-drenched NSC last Tuesday night for round ten of the RL360 Youth League.

In the born 2013 & later age group Euan Kinnish outsprinted fellow frontrunners Bella Quaye, Jackson Roberts, Riley Faragher and Eli Dawson to record his fourth win of the series. Daisy Teare, Harry Kinrade and Sam Booth trailed in separately to fill sixth, seventh and eighth places respectively, with Ewan McCubbin beating Bobby Quaye and India Smith in the dash for ninth. Relative newcomer James Fisher led the rest of the field home in a very good 12th spot.

Charlotte Ashall edged out Elliott Barron for her first victory of the season in the novices class. Holly Beattie was a safe third and Jenson Baglow got the better of Kahia Grobbelaar, Xara Quinn and Claudia Hoch in the tussle for fourth. Leon Askin was a lonely eighth and Heidi Kelly overtook Toby Smith in the closing stages to snatch ninth. Oliver Ford was 11th and Ffinlo Cannell took the bunch gallop for 12th.

Bagging maximum points for the second week in succession, Cameron Eyres rode away from the opposition on the finishing straight for a comfortable win in the born 2012 category. Poppy Clayton was second and Tommie Quayle held off George Hampton and Timothy Clarke in the rush for third. Kieran Binns maintained sixth a short distance ahead of Aedan Le Roux, Oscar Maddrell and Seamus Hall, with Corrie Brogan leading Charlie Christian and Archie Kaighin home to complete the top ten.

In the born 2011 race Jacob Wilson was too fast for breakaway partners Finbar McSevney, Bernat Munoz-Fite and Abigail Cowell in the tussle for the top slot. Alex McCullagh was just behind in fifth position and Toby Costain escaped from a chasing group of eight riders to secure sixth. Charlie Dormer won the charge for seventh ahead of Samuel Kinnish and Joshua Moffitt.

Series leader Kylan Murphy continues to dominate the born 2010 event, attacking from the gun and soloing all the way to the finish. Liam Blake came from behind to pip Brad Le Geyt for the runners-up spot and Conor Madsen-Mygdal beat Harrison Skillan and Lula Kinnish in the dash for fourth. Hugh Osborn was a solid seventh and Archie Mulholland headed Daniel Minay and Illiam Thomas over the line for eighth.

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Notching up her seventh straight win and eight in total, May-Saa Smith left her six travelling companions behind in the scamper for the chequered flag. Eddie Dillon was second closely followed by Zach Jones, Cameron Hounsell, Alfie Mathieson-Nelson, Tom Pickavance and Abi Clayton in third to seventh places respectively. Callum Christian and Graihagh Morgan were a steady eighth and ninth, with Henry Dormer getting the verdict in the chasing group gallop for tenth.

Alec Sorby came out on top in the nine-strong bunch sprint for the top honours in the born 2008 class. Deaglan Blake and Joel Long filled the remaining places on the podium, while Tiana Kelly finished just behind the leaders to take the girls’ prize in 11th spot. In the following born 2007 & earlier grouping Oscar Gaylor got the verdict over Cian Howard in the final dart for the flag. Orry Lund was third and Nicola Quaye the leading girl in fourth place. James Kinrade and Jess Pickavance rounded off the top six.

In the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes Alec Sorby spearheaded ten escapees over the line to remain unbeaten in the seven rounds he has competed in. Deaglan Blake edged Charlie Williams for the runners-up spot, with T.J.Teare and Freddie Griffin a good fourth and fifth. Kylan Murphy was the first under-8 in sixth place and May-Saa Smith the top girl in seventh position.

Cian Howard topped the under-12 racing bikes, narrowly beating Oscar Gaylor and Ivan Sorby in the lunge for the line. Owen Collins And Orry Lund were fourth and fifth followed by the leading girls Nicola Quaye and Sophie Smith in sixth and seventh. Rio Kelly and Jess Pickavance came in line astern for eighth and ninth, with Charlie Scarffe edging James Kinrade for tenth.

Finally, in the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes Will Corkill attacked with two laps to go and stayed clear to the finish. James Harrison and Aaron Lund were second and third, followed by Corrin Leeming, Tyler Hannay and Matthew Cooil. The under-14 honours went to Ralph Holden in seventh spot and the girls’ award to Shellan Leeming in 14th place.
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TUESDAY 26th JUNE 2018

1. Euan Kinnish
2. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
3. Jackson Roberts
4. Riley Faragher
5. Eli Dawson
6. Daisy Teare
7. Harry Kinrade
8. Sam Booth
9. Ewan McCubbin
10. Bobby Quaye
11. India Smith
12. James Fisher
13. Austin Baglow
14. Xenia Munoz-Fite
15. Ciaran Grimshaw
16. Theodore Hawley
17. Jasper Cain
18. Noah Sykes
19. Liam Lonergan
20. Leighton Curphey
21. Alisha McCullagh
22. Lauren Hoch
23. Thomas McEvoy
24. Isla Mulholland
25. David Leece
26. Leo Kerr
27. Oliver Hutchinson
28. Orry McSevney
29. William McAllister
30. Ethan Gonsalves
31. Alex Last
32. Lucia Osborn
33. Tobyn Speight
34. Ava Whyte
35. Alfie Jacobs
36. Bradley Malone
37. Daniel Baker
38. Maizie Hawkins
39. Rory Booth
40. Benjamin Corlett
41. Alexander Jones
42. Isla-Rose Kennington
43. Jacob Wright
44. Graihagh Halsall
45. Rollo Thompson
46. Poppy Killey

1. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
2. Elliott Barron
3. Holly Beattie
4. Jenson Baglow
5. Kahia Grobbelaar
6. Xara Quinn
7. Claudia Hoch
8. Leon Askin
9. Heidi Kelly
10. Toby Smith
11. Oliver Ford
12. Ffinlo Cannell
13. Steven Kennaugh
14. Finlo Hoskisson
15. Charlie Pye
16. Tristan Halsall
17. Aaron Fisher
18. Matthew Kerr
19. Anabella Harrison
20. Chloe Howard
21. James Heselton
22. Kilian Reynolds
23. Oliver Halligan
24. Abban Cowley
25. Gracie Tomlinson
26. Anthena Kneen
27. Rupert Walker
28. Oliver Bates
29. Ava Quirk
30. Arthur Ward
31. Theo Sykes
32. Sebastian Perry
33. Zach Kneen
34. McKenzie Howard
35. Benjamin Kinrade
36. Lara Goosen
37. Nico Hutchinson
38. Isla Hall
39. Chloe Quayle
40. Oscar Nation
41. Anish Agarwal
42. Ingrid Le Roux

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

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

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Liam Blake
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
5. Harrison Skillan
6. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
7. Hugh Osborn
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Daniel Minay
10. Illiam Thomas
11. Thomas Hutchinson
12. Cameron Leslie
13. Casey Clague
14. Rebecca Radcliffe
15. Alfie Kinrade
16. Ned Paul Hampton
17. Owen Kinrade
18. Florence Heselton
19. Thomas Watterson
20. Joseph Booth
21. Ed Ambrose Hampton
22. Landon Smith
23. Jake Naylor
24. Charlie Cooney

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

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

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Orry Lund
4. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
5. James Kinrade
6. Jess Pickavance
7. Charlie Scarffe
8. Sophie Smith
9. Jordan Carter
10. Sam Cunningham
11. Sam Devereau
12. Kate Lace
13. Ellie Neal
14. Ethan Naylor

1. Alec Sorby
2. Deaglan Blake
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. Freddie Griffin
6. Kylan Murphy
7. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
8. Abi Clayton
9. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
10. Eddie Dillon
11. Brad Le Geyt
12. Nathan Hubbard
13. George Kinnish
14. Daniel Minay
15. Cameron Hounsell
16. Macy Hillier
17. Zach Jones
18. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
19. Jonty Shimmin
20. Illiam Thomas
21. Leon Murphy
22. Tom Pickavance
23. Callum Christian
24. Lula Kinnish
25. Lilly-Ann Scott
26. Finbar McSevney
27. Joshua Moffitt
28. Thomas Hutchinson
29. Jazzy Dillon
30. Abigail Cowell
31. Hugh Osborn
32. Poppy Clayton

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

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


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