Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League

Rain returns to stop some of the racing at the RL360 Youth League Isle of Man Round 12 where 331 riders signed on

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League
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In contrast to the tropical type weather conditions we have been enjoying recently, last Tuesday night’s round 12 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League was held in overcast and sometimes damp conditions. A total of 331 riders signed-on for the eleven race programme, although the three racing bike events at the end of the evening had to be cancelled due to a heavy shower.

In the born 2013 & later age group Bella Quaye outsprinted Jackson Roberts to record her sixth win of the series. Eli Dawson was a safe third and India Smith edged Euan Kinnish for fourth. Ewan McCubbin overcame Riley Faragher in the battle for sixth, with Harry Kinrade, Daisy Teare and Austin Baglow trailing in behind to complete the top ten.

Elliott Barron beat Charlotte Ashall and Holly Beattie to the line for his third success in the novices class. Michael McGuinness was a solid fourth and Oliver Ford led Ted Thompson-Broadbent home for fifth. Jenson Baglow stayed clear of Ffinlo Cannell and Kahia Grobbelaar to grab seventh, while Claudia Hoch got past Annabelle Harrison to take the bunch gallop for tenth.

A determined Cameron Eyres went from the gun in the born 2012 category and was never caught. Tommy Bass kept Timothy Clarke and Corrie Brogan at bay in the fight for second, with Kieran Binns overcoming Archie Kaighin in the tussle for fifth. Tommie Quayle was a lonely seventh and Oliver Kennington pipped Henry Kinrade for eighth. Finley Quirk rounded off the top ten and Dorothy Hampton took the girls’ honours in 12th spot.

In the born 2011 event Bernat Munoz-Fite attacked breakaway partner Alex McCullagh on the final lap and soloed to his second successive victory. Abigail Cowell was a close third and Toby Costain held off Finbar McSevney in the scramble for fourth. Josie Quirk maintained station ahead of chasers Sam Wolstencroft, Charlie Dormer, Bobby Kerruish and Bobby Kewley to claim sixth, while newcomer Leo Gray did well to finish 15th in field of more than 30 riders.

Kylan Murphy was the clear winner of the nine-rider rush at the end of the born 2010 race. Liam Blake and Brad Le Geyt filled the remaining places on the podium, with Lula Kinnish the first girl in sixth position.

May-Saa Smith got the better of Zach Jones to score maximum points for the ninth time in the born 2009 class. Cameron Hounsell was third and Harry Beattie an unchallenged fourth. Matthew Hooper outran Henry Dormer for fifth and Max Davies secured seventh ahead of Lily-Ann Scott and Grace Wolstencroft.

Leon Murphy, T.J.Teare and Myles Le Geyt filled the top three places in the born 2008 two lap dash. Lewis Quirk was fourth and top girl Tiana Kelly shaded Emily Rewsin for fifth. The race was marred by a last lap crash involving four riders. Unfortunately, Alec Sorby came off the worse and was taken to Nobles hospital for treatment to a broken collar bone. Luckily, it was a clean break so it shouldn’t be too long before he is back in action. Joel Long, Deaglan Blake and Freddie Griffin eventually remounted to finish 11th, 12th and 13th respectively.

In what turned out to be the final race of the evening Cian Howard outgunned Oscar Gaylor and Jordan Carter in the charge for the chequered flag. James Kinrade was fourth followed by Eamon McKiernan and first girl Nicola Quaye.
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ROUND 12 – TUESDAY, 10th JULY 2018

1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Eli Dawson
4. India Smith
5. Euan Kinnish
6. Ewan McCubbin
7. Riley Faragher
8. Harry Kinrade
9. Daisy Teare
10. Austin Baglow
11. David Leece
12. James Fisher
13. Bobby Quaye
14. Isla Mulholland
15. Lucas Li-Hanlon
16. Layton Kelly
17. Sam Booth
18. Xenia Munoz-Fite
19. William McAllister
20. Jasper Cain
21. Leighton Curphey
22. Tobyn Speight
23. Noah Sykes
24. Jasper Anderson
25. Louie Phillips
26. Alisha McCullagh
27. Thomas McEvoy
28. Callen Quayle
29. Oliver Hutchinson
30. Rory Booth
31. Scott Reid
32. Lauren Hoch
33. Isla-Rose Kennington
34. Bradley Malone
35. Zachary Whyte
36. Lucia Osborn
37. Ava Whyte
38. Rollo Thompson
39. Daniel Baker
40. Alfie Jacobs
41. Henry Quaye
42. Poppy Killey
43. Coral Quaye
44. Alexander Jones
45. Graihagh Halsall
46. Freda Petit
47. Ava Quirk
48. James Heselton
49. Chloe Quayle
50. Liam Lonergan

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1. Elliott Barron
2. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
3. Holly Beattie
4. Michael McGuinness
5. Oliver Ford
6. Ted Thompspn-Broadbent
7. Jenson Baglow
8. Ffinlo Cannell
9. Kahia Grobbelaar
10. Claudia Hoch
11. Annabelle Harrison
12. Toby Smith
13. Kilian Reynolds
14. Heidi Kelly
15. Abban Cowley
16. Charlie Pye
17. Finlo Hoskisson
18. Steven Kennaugh
19. Xara Quinn
20. Brody Nicol
21. Alice Bradley
22. Oliver Halligan
23. Theo Sykes
24. Archie Gartshore
25. Oliver Bates
26. Aaron Fisher
27. Noah Phillips
28. Jude Anderson
29. Lorelei Wilson
30. Anthena Kneen
31. Zach Kneen
32. Felix Thompson-Broadbent
33. Oliver Moon
34. Gracie Tomlinson
35. McKenzie Howard
36. Sebastian Perry
37. Chloe Howard
38. Lara Goosen
39. Isla Hall
40. Anish Agarwal

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Tommy Bass
3. Timothy Clarke
4. Corrie Brogan
5. Kieran Binns
6. Archie Kaighin
7. Tommie Quayle
8. Oliver Kennington
9. Henry Kinrade
10. Finley Quirk
11. Lewis Stephens
12. Dorothy Hampton – 1st Girl
13. Charlie Staley
14. Holly Davies
15. Evie Lund
16. Ryan Cartwright
17. Safiya Laagayed
18. Zane Quinn
19. Sophie Halligan
20. M.J.Livesey
21. Billy Leece

BORN 2011
1. Bernat Munoz-Fite
2. Alex McCullagh
3. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
4. Toby Costain
5. Finbar McSevney
6. Josie Quirk
7. Sam Wolstencroft
8. Charlie Dormer
9. Bobby Kerruish
10. Bobby Kewley
11. Dylan Honeyman
12. Macaulay Teare
13. Nathan Nevaril
14. Dan Bosendorfer
15. Leo Gray
16. George Watterson
17. Leon Wadding
18. Bobby Davenport
19. Jack Kewley
20. Darcy Killey
21. Madison Carter
22. Pierre Goosen
23. Bobby Swinhoe
24. Oliver Gambell
25. Ivy Quayle
26. Juan Halsall
27. Clodagh Briercliffe
28. Ciaran McGuinness
29. Lewis De Backer
30. Saskia Whyte
31. Jacob Smith
32. Charlie Hurst
33. Olly Quayle
34. 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. Thomas Hutchinson
10. Alfie Kinrade
11. Ned Paul Hampton
12. Florence Heselton
13. James Leece
14. Thomas Watterson
15. Zac Lund
16. Annie McKiernan
17. Joseph Booth
18. Grace Robinson
19. Jake Naylor

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Zach Jones
3. Cameron Hounsell
4. Harry Beattie
5. Matthew Hooper
6. Henry Dormer
7. Max Davies
8. Lily-Ann Scott
9. Grace Wolstencroft
10. Tristan Speight
11. Georgia Halsall
12. Ben Coole
13. Ted Last
14. Brian Hurst
15. Christopher Hazell

BORN 2008
1. Leon Murphy
2. T.J.Teare
3. Myles Le Geyt
4. Lewis Quirk
5. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
6. Emily Rewsin
7. Nathan Hubbard
8. Thomas Price
9. Erin Halsall
10. Lucy Cartwright
11. Joel Long
12. Deaglan Blake
13. Freddie Griffin

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Jordan Carter
4. James Kinrade
5. Eamon McKiernan
6. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
7. Sam Cunningham
8. Ed Coole
9. Kate Lace
10. Ethan Naylor

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