Result: Isle of Man Youth League

For the second week in succession, conditions were perfect at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 11 of the RL360 Youth League.

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Result: Isle of Man Youth League
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For the second week in succession, conditions were perfect at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 11 of the RL360 Youth League. Considering that the event clashed with the England v Columbia World Cup football match, there was an excellent turnout of 234 competitors.

In the born 2013 & later age group Euan Kinnish outsprinted leading girl Bella Quaye for his fifth win of the series. Harry Kinrade led Jackson Roberts and India Smith home to claim the final place on the podium, with relative newcomer James Fisher coming in on his own for sixth. Daisy Teare ousted Austin Baglow and Bobby Quaye for seventh, while Riley Faragher pipped Xenia Munoz-Fite for tenth.

Michael McGuinness beat Charlotte Ashall, Jenson Baglow, Claudia Hoch and Oliver Ford in the dash for the top slot in the novices class. Xara Quinn edged Ffinlo Cannell and Leon Askin for sixth, with Steven Kennaugh just behind in ninth spot. Heidi Kelly overtook Toby Smith in the closing stages to claim tenth and Anabelle Harrison got the better of Kilian Reynolds in the tussle for 12th.

Cameron Eyres rode away from breakaway partner George Hampton on the final lap of the born 2012 event to bag maximum points for the fifth time. Top girl Poppy Clayton came from behind to snatch third from Corrie Brogan, Oscar Maddrell and Kieran Binns, with Archie Kaighin a close seventh. Timothy Clarke kept Oliver Kennington at bay for eighth and Aedan Le Roux outran Finley Quirk and Lewis Stephens for tenth.

Riding clear of a leading group of five riders on the last lap, Bernat Munoz-Fite posted an impressive maiden victory in the born 2011 category. Abigail Cowell was second closely followed by Finbar McSevney , Alex McCullagh and Toby Costain in third, fourth and fifth places respectively. Charlie Dormer won the chasing bunch gallop for sixth ahead of Dylan Honeyman, Samuel Kinnish, Sam Wolstencroft and Josie Quirk.

Controlling the race from the front, series leader Kylan Murphy spearheaded a leading group of six riders over the line for a comfortable win in the born 2010 class. Liam Blake held off Brad le Geyt in the rush for the runners-up spot and Conor Madsen-Mygdal maintained fourth in front of Lula Kinnish and Archie Mulholland. The fast finishing Hugh Osborn surged ahead of travelling companions Daniel Minay and Harrison Skillan to secure seventh.


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Seven riders were in contention at the end of the born 2009 race. At the finish it was Eddie Dillon who got the verdict from Zach Jones, Abi Clayton, May-Saa Smith, Tom Pickavance, Cameron Hounsell and Alfie Mathieson-Nelson. Henry Dormer, Florrie Thomas and Jazzy Dillon rolled in together to round off the top ten leader board.

A pedestrian pace allowed the vast majority of the field to stay together for the duration of the born 2008 class . In the final sprint Alec Sorby emerged from the group to take the win. Deaglan Blake and Joel Long were second and third ahead of Freddie Griffin, Charlie Williams and T.J.Teare. The first girl was Tiana Kelly in 13th spot.

The born 2007 & earlier grouping also waited late into the race before committing themselves. At the finish Cian Howard took the bunch gallop in a close battle with Oscar Gaylor and Orry Lund. Jordan Carter edged James Kinrade for fourth and Nicola Quaye bagged the girls’ prize in sixth position. Charlie Scarffe, Sophie Smith and Ed Coole wrapped up the top ten.

In the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes Alec Sorby notched up his second success of the night, overcoming Myles Le Geyt and T.J.Teare in the scamper for the top step on the rostrum. May-Saa Smith was the top girl in ninth place and Kylan Murphy the best under-8 rider in tenth position.

Also completing the double, Cian Howard was too fast for Owen Collins, Oscar Gaylor, Orry Lund and Ivan Sorby in the dart for the chequered flag in the under-12 racing bikes. Sophie Smith pipped Nicola Quaye for the girls’ award in sixth place.

The combined under-14 and under-16 racing bikes event was fast and furious from the start with many attacks. Will Corkill eventually grabbed the victory in a three-up sprint with James Harrison and Aaron Lund. Greeba’s Corrin Leeming was fourth, Tyler Hannay fifth and Matthew Cooil sixth. Ralf Holden was the top under-14 rider in a good seventh position.

ROUND 11 – TUESDAY, 3rd JULY 2018

1. Euan Kinnish
2. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
3. Harry Kinrade
4. Jackson Roberts
5. India Smith
6. James Fisher
7. Daisy Teare
8. Austin Baglow
9. Bobby Quaye
10. Riley Faragher
11. Xenia Munoz-Fite
12. Ewan McCubbin
13. William McAllister
14. Orry McSevney
15. David Leece
16. Ciaran Grimshaw
17. Layton Kelly
18. Lucia Osborn
19. Jasper Cain
20. Alisha McCullagh
21. Liam Lonergan
22. Lucas Li-Hanlon
23. Isla Mulholland
24. Carson Jones
25. Leighton Curphey
26. Oliver Hutchinson
27. Scott Reid
28. Lauran Hoch
29. Jasper Anderson
30. Zachary Whyte
31. Isla-Rose Kennington
32. Bradley Malone
33. Charles Hall
34. Alfie Jacobs
35. Poppy Killey
36. Alexander Jones
37. Rollo Thompson
38. Daniel Baker
39. Autumn Redmayne
40. John Quaye
41. Graihagh Halsall
42. Chloe Quayle
43. Benjamin Corlett

1. Michael McGuinness
2. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
3. Jenson Baglow
4. Claudia Hoch
5. Oliver Ford
6. Xara Quinn
7. Ffinlo Cannell
8. Leon Askin
9. Steven Kennaugh
10. Heidi Kelly
11. Toby Smith
12. Anabella Harrison
13. Kilian Reynolds
14. Finlo Hoskisson
15. Abban Cowley
16. Tristan Halsall
17. Thomlyn Varley
18. Rupert walker
19. Oliver Halligan
20. Oscar Nation
21. Oliver Bates
22. ????
23. Lucas Kershaw
24. Arthur Ward
25. Sonny Faragher
26. Chloe Howard
27. McKenzie Howard
28. Anthena Kneen
29. Oliver Moon
30. Ava Quirk
31. Isla Hall
32. Sebastian Perry
33. Lara Goosen
34. Jude Anderson
35. Florence Quayle
36. Amelia Shortall
37. Oliver Maddrell

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. George Hampton
3. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
4. Corrie Brogan
5. Oscar Maddrell
6. Kieran Binns
7. Archie Kaighin
8. Timothy Clarke
9. Oliver Kennington
10. Aedan Le Roux
11. Finley Quirk
12. Lewis Stephens
13. Henry Kinrade
14. Ryan Cartwright
15. Millie Ward
16. Aiden Leslie
17. Callum Leslie
18. Samuel Staley
19. Joe Bosworth
20. Aditya Varshney
21. Saoirse Gell
22. Dorothy Hampton
23. Safiya Laagayed
24. Sophie Halligan
25. Seb Jones
26. Zane Quinn
27. M.J.Livesey
28. Scarlett Gale
29. Alfie Jones
30. Billy Leece

BORN 2011
1. Bernat Munoz-Fite
2. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
3. Finbar McSevney
4. Alex McCullagh
5. Toby Costain
6. Charlie Dormer
7. Dylan Honeyman
8. Samuel Kinnish
9. Sam Wolsencroft
10. Josie Quirk
11. Nathan Nevaril
12. Erin Morgan
13. Macaulay Teare
14. Bobby Kerruish
15. Dan Bosendorfer
16. George Watterson
17. Leon Wadding
18. Madison Carter
19. Rory Quayle
20. Pierre Goosen
21. Juan Halsall
22. Darcy Killey
23. Oliver Gambell
24. Ciaran McGuinness
25. Clodagh Briercliffe
26. Saskia Whyte
27. Nathaniel Sohaba
28. Ted Thompson

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

BORN 2009
1. Eddie Dillon
2. Zach Jones
3. Abi Clayton – 1st Girl
4. May-Saa Smith
5. Tom Pickavance
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
8. Henry Dormer
9. Florrie Thomas
10. Jazzy Dillon
11. Grace Wolstencroft
12. Harry Jones
13. Ben Coole
14. Brian Hurst
15. Aden Dunkley-Nation

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

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

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

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

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