Report: Isle of Man Youth League

A total of 271 competitors turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 13 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

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Report: Isle of Man Youth League
(from Dot Tilbury)

A total of 271 competitors turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 13 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

Bella Quaye powered away from the field to increase her tally of wins in the born 2013 and later age group to seven. Jackson Roberts was a lonely second and the Eli Dawson outran James Fisher and Harry Kinrade for third. Daisy Teare held off Ewan McCubbin, David Leece and India Smith in the scrap for sixth, with Bobby Quaye staying clear of Austin Baglow to gain tenth.

In the novices class Charlotte Ashall went from the gun and stayed clear to the finish. Holly Beattie, Elliott Barron and impressive newcomer Austin Skillicorn trailed in separately to fill second, third and fourth places respectively, while Xara Quinn came from behind to pip Leon Askin in the bunch sprint for fifth. Michael McGuinness, Teddy Thompson-Broadbent, Claudia Hoch and Oliver Ford rounded off the top ten leader board.

Breakaway partners Tommy Bass and Cameron Eyres were credited with equal first in the born 2012 category. George Hampton had the edge on Poppy Clayton in the dash for third and Archie Kaighin kept Kieran Binns and Corrie Brogan at bay for fifth. Henry Kinrade snatched eighth from fellow chasers Aedan Le Roux, Ryan Cartwright, Oliver Kennington and Charlie Staley.

Three riders rode clear at the start of the born 2011 race and were never caught. At the finish Alex McCullagh forged ahead of his two travelling companions to secure his inaugural win. Jacob Wilson pipped Abigail Cowell for the runners-up spot, with Toby Costain getting the better of Bobby Kerruish and Joshua Moffitt in the battle for fourth. Charlie Dormer shaded Sam Wolstencroft in the tussle for seventh and Bobby Kewley got past Leo Gray in the final few metres to secure ninth.

Kylan Murphy suffered a rare defeat in the born 2010 event, losing out to Liam Blake in the final dart for the chequered flag. Brad Le Geyt was a safe third and top girl Lula Kinnish was too fast for Conor Madsen-Mygdal in the scramble for fourth. Hugh Osborn led chasers Harrison Skillan, Archie Mulholland, Daniel Minay and Illiam Thomas over the line to grab sixth.

May-Saa Smith gave the girls their third overall victory of the night in the born 2009 class, outgunning fellow frontrunners Eddie Dillon, Zach Jones and Abi Clayton to bag maximum points for the ninth time. Cameron Hounsell beat Harry Beattie and Tom Pickavance in the fight for fifth and Henry Dormer maintained eighth in front of Graihagh Morgan. Matthew Hooper wrapped up the top ten.

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In the born 2008 three lapper Deaglan Blake got the verdict over Charlie Williams in the charge for the top slot. T.J.Teare filled the final place on the podium and Tiana Kelly picked up the girls’ prize in sixth position.

Cian Howard came out on top in the six-strong sprint that decided the outcome of the born 2007 & earlier grouping. Oscar Gaylor was second closely followed by Orry Lund, Jordan Carter, James Kinrade and Jess Pickavance. Sophie Smith led the rest of the field home.

Eight riders circulated together in the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. At the finish it was T.J.Teare who came through to record his first success of the season. The very active Charlie Williams was second and Myles Le Geyt third. Kylan Murphy was the leading under-8 rider in a very good fifth place and May-Saa Smith the best girl in seventh spot.

Completing the double for the fourth time, Cian Howard headed Oscar Gaylor and Ivan Sorby in the lunge for the line in the under-12 racing bikes. Early attacker Owen Collins was a solid fourth and Sophie Smith took the bunch gallop for fifth.

Tyler Hannay’s recent run of good form came to fruition in the combined under-14 & under-16 racing bikes when he attacked with three laps to go and soloed to a fine maiden win. Will Corkill and James Harrison, who had both made spirited attempts to break free, were second and third, with Aaron Lund and Jack Christian just behind in fourth and fifth. The best under-14 rider was Ralf Holden in an impressive sixth place and Shellan Leeming was the best girl in 16th position.

A big thank you to Amelia Sharpe and Will Corkill for bringing their National medals and jersey down to the NSC for the children to see. Amelia won the recent British National Junior Women’s Road Race Championship in Lincolnshire and Will picked up the silver medal in the National Youth Champs in Scarborough.

ROUND 13 – TUESDAY, 17th JULY 2018


1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Eli Dawson
4. James Fisher
5. Harry Kinrade
6. Daisy Teare
7. Ewan McCubbin
8. David Leece
9. India Smith
10. Bobby Quaye
11. Austin Baglow
12. Ciaran Grimshaw
13. William McAllister
14. Jasper Anderson
15. Layton Kelly
16. Lucas Li-Hanlon
17. Theodore Hawley
18. Thomas McEvoy
19. Noah Sykes
20. Tobyn Speight
21. Isla Mulholland
22. Leighton Curphey
23. Alisha McCullagh
24. Alex Last
25. Jasper Cain
26. Leo Kerr
27. Evangeline Sohaba
28. Oliver Hutchinson
29. Eugene McKiernan
30. Brody Burdon
31. Isla-Rose Kennington
32. Charles Hall
33. Liam Lonergan
34. Ethan Gonsalves
35. Lauren Hoch
36. John Quaye
37. Henry Quaye
38. Zachary Whyte
39. Poppy Killey
40. Daniel Baker
41. Breeshey Lyon
42. Ava Whyte
43. Lucas Hall
44. Jacob Wright
45. Lucia Osborn
46. Rollo Thompson
47. Joe Wardle
48. Bradley Malone
49. Ava Quirk
50. Alexander Jones
51. Benjamin Corlett
52. Chloe Quayle
53. Coral Quaye

1. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
2. Holly Beattie
3. Elliott Barron
4. Austin Skillicorn
5. Xara Quinn
6. Leon Askin
7. Michael McGuinness
8. Teddy Thompson-Broadbent
9. Claudia Hoch
10. Oliver Ford
11. Matthew Kerr
12. Jenson Baglow
13. Brody Nicol
14. Anabelle Harrison
15. Steven Kennaugh
16. Finlo hoskisson
17. abban cowley
18. Toby Smith
19. Charlie Pye
20. Anish Agarwal
21. Heidi Kelly
22. Archie Gartshore
23. Genevieve Cox
24. Tristan Halsall
25. Ffinlo Cannell
26. Arthur Ward
27. Emily Calow
28. Oliver Halligan
29. Rupert Walker
30. Theo Sykes
31. Lucas Kershaw
32. Anthena Kneen
33. Zach Kneen
34. Isla Hall
35. Oscar Nation
36. Oliver Moon
37. Sebastian Perry
38. McKenzie Howard
39. Mila-Grace Kirk
40. Gracie Tomlinson
41. Chloe Howard
42. Oliver Bates
43. Felix Thompson-Broadbent
44. Amelia Shortall
45. Alice Bradley
46. Zara Stefanovic
47. Benjamin Kinrade
48. Ingrid Le Roux
49. Amelia Kipling
50. Chelsea D’Ottivio
51. Aedan Verrall
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BORN 2012
1. Tommy Bass
= Cameron Eyres
3. George Hampton
4. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
5. Archie Kaighin
6. Kieran Binns
7. Corrie Brogan
8. Henry Kinrade
9. Aedan Le Roux
10. Ryan Cartwright
11. Oliver Kennington
12. Charlie Staley
13. Tommie Quayle
14. Finley Quaye
15. Seb Jones
16. Lewis Stephens
17. Safiya Laagayed
18. Oscar Maddrell
19. Holly Davies
20. Millie Ward
21. Evie Lund
22. Elijah Clague
23. Max Wardle
24. Aditya Varshney
25. Samuel Staley
26. Zane Quinn
27. Sophie Halligan
28. Billy Leece
29. Scarlett Gale

BORN 2011
1. Alex McCullagh
2. Jacob Wilson
3. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
4. Toby Costain
5. Bobby Kerruish
6. Joshua Moffitt
7. Charlie Dormer
8. Sam Wolstencroft
9. Bobby Kewley
10. Leo Gray
11. Dylan Honeyman
12. Leo Waddington
13. Josie Quirk
14. Nathan Nevaril
15. Bobby Davenport
16. Macaulay Teare
17. Erin Morgan
18. Zachary Cox
19. George Watterson
20. Jack Kewley
21. Darcy Killey
22. Oliver Gambell
23. Jacob Dawkins
24. Saskia Whyte
25. Clodagh Briercliffe
26. Madison Carter
27. Ciara McGuinness
28. Juan Halsall
29. Ben Leece
30. Joey Wright
31. Isabella Calow
32. Ted Thompson

BORN 2010
1. Liam Blake
2. Kylan Murphy
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
5. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
6. Hugh Osborn
7. Harrison Skillan
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Daniel Minay
10. Illiam Thomas
11. Thomas Hutchinson
12. Casey Clague
13. Ed Ambrose Hampton
14. Alfie Kinrade
15. Rebecca Radcliffe
16. Florence Heselton
17. Thomas Watterson
18. Zac Lund
19. Annie McKiernan
20. Grace Robinson
21. Owen Kinrade
22. Allesia D’Ottavio
23. Landon Smith
24. Antoni Rynkowski

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

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Charlie Williams
3. T.J.Teare
4. George Kinnish
5. Lewis Quirk
6. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
7. Nathan Hubbard
8. Erin Halsall
9. Anna Boardman
10. Lucy Cartwright
11. Ryan Batty

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. James Kinrade
6. Jess Pickavance – 1st Girl
7. Sophie Smith
8. Eamon McKiernan
9. Nathan Kinrade
10. Sam Cunningham
11. Kate Lace
12. Joe Devereau
13. Ben Dougal
14. Josh Dougal

1. T.J.Teare
2. Charlie Williams
3. Myles Le Geyt
4. Deaglan Blake
5. Kylan Murphy
6. Eddie Dillon
7. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
8. Abi Clayton
9. Daniel Minay
10. Zach Jones
11. Brad Le Geyt
12. Cameron Hounsell
13. Toby Horsey
14. Nathan Hubbard
15. George Kinnish
16. Callum Christian
17. Liam Blake
18. Illiam Thomas
19. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
20. Lula Kinnish
21. Thomas Hutchinson
22. Tom Pickavance
23. Joshua Moffitt
24. Hugh Osborn
25. Lily-Ann Scott
26. Abigail Cowell
27. Cameron Eyres
28. Macaulay Teare
29. Poppy Clayton

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Owen Collins
5. Sophie Smith – 1st Girl
6. Orry Lund
7. Rio Kelly
8. Chloe Dillon
9. James Kinrade
10. Jess Pickavance
11. Florence Griffin
12. Joshua Kaighin
13. Ben Davies
14. Joe Devereau

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


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