Report: Isle of Man Youth league

Conditions near perfect at a sun kissed NSC last Tuesday night for the 227 riders competing in round 14 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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

Conditions near perfect at a sun kissed NSC last Tuesday night for the 227 riders competing in round 14 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

Apart from a slight headwind along the finishing straight, conditions were perfect at a sun kissed NSC last Tuesday night for the 227 riders competing in round 14 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

Glen Vine’s Bella Quaye continued her winning ways in the born 2023 & later age group, powering away from the field to record her eighth win of the series. Jackson Roberts was a safe second and Eli Dawson overtook Harry Kinrade in the closing stages to secure third. Austin Baglow outgunned Bobby Quaye, Jasper Anderson and Layton Kelly in the battle for fifth, with David Leece pipping William McAllister in the bunch sprint for ninth.

In the Novice’s class Charlotte Ashall soloed to victory for the second week in succession. Holly Beattie edged Michael McGuinness for the runners-up spot and Teddy Thompson-Broadbent led Xara Quinn and Austyn Skillicorn home to take fourth. Oliver Ford shaded Claudia Hoch for seventh and Heidi Kelly kept Jenson Baglow at bay for ninth. Newcomer Blae Craine did well on her debut to finish mid-field in 21st spot.

Cameron Eyres went from the gun in the born 2012 category and was never caught. Poppy Clayton held off George Hampton in the rush for second and Kieran Binns headed Archie Kaighin over the line for fourth. Oscar Maddrell outpaced Ryan Cartwright and Aedan Le Roux in the fight for sixth, while Charlie Staley and Oliver Kennington trailed in separately to complete the top ten leader board.

Leaving nothing to chance, Finbar McSevney attacked on the opening lap of the born 2011 event and time trialled to victory. Jacob Wilson overcame Bernat Munoz-Fite in the tussle for second and Abigail Cowell was too strong for Alex McCullagh in the race for fourth. Toby Costain came from behind to snatch sixth from Bobby Kerruish and Dylan Honeyman stayed clear of the fast finishing Charlie Dormer to bag eighth. Bobby Kewley was a lonely tenth and relative newcomers Zach Cox and Leo Gray led the chasing group in for 11th and 12th respectively.

In the born 2010 race Kylan Murphy outsprinted Breakaway partners Liam Blake and Brad Le Geyt for his 11th success of the season. Top girl Lula Kinnish was just behind in fourth place and Harrison Skillan fought off Conor Madsen-Mygdal in the scramble for fifth. Hugh Osborn, Rebecca Radcliffe, Thomas Watterson and James Leece rounded off the top ten.
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May-Saa Smith was too fast for fellow frontrunners Zach Jones, Abi Clayton, Eddie Dillon and Harry Beattie in the sprint at the end of the born 2009 class. Cameron Hounsell lost contact with the leaders on the last lap but managed to hold on to sixth place ahead of a small chasing pack led by Graihagh Morgan.

Series leader Deaglan Blake added a sixth win to his tally in the born 2008 three lapper, edging Freddie Griffin in the dash for the chequered flag. Lewis Quirk filled the final place on the podium and Tiana Kelly picked up the girls’ prize in sixth position.

The ever improving Oscar Gaylor got the verdict over Cian Howard in the sprint for the top honours in the born 2007 & earlier grouping. Orry Lund pipped Jordan Carter for third and Nicola Quaye beat Sophie Smith to the line to gain the girls’ award in fifth place.

An eleven-strong breakaway group formed at the front of the under 8 and under 10 racing bikes. At the finish it was Deaglan Blake who notched up his second win of the night ahead of Myles Le Geyt and Freddie Griffin. Leading U/8 rider Kylan Murphy was fourth followed by Cameron Hounsel and first girl May-Saa Smith.

In a repeat of the earlier born 2007 race, Oscar Gaylor outsprinted Cian Howard for the top slot in the U/12 racing bikes. Chasers Ivan Sorby and Owen Collins were third and fourth, with Orry Lund leading a second group containing Nicola Quaye, Sophie Smith and Rio Kelly home for fifth.

Fifteen year old Corrin Leeming was the star of the U/14 and U/16 racing bikes, attacking at every opportunity. Several times he looked to have the race won only to be reeled in by his pursuers. He made a final bid for glory on the penultimate lap but was swallowed up on the approach to the finish.

In the final gallop it was Aaron Lund who came through to score his maiden win. Tyler Hannay was second and Leeming a well- deserved third. Ralf Holden was the first U/14 in a very good fourth place and Shellan Leeming the best girl in tenth slot.
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TUESDAY 24th JULY 2018

1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Eli Dawson
4. Harry Kinrade
5. Austin Baglow
6. Bobby Quaye
7. Jasper Anderson
8. Layton Kelly
9. David Leece
10. William McAllister
11. Noah Sykes
12. Orry McSevney
13. India Smith
14. Brody Burdon
15. Jasper Cain
16. Evangeline Sohaba
17. Leighton Curphey
18. Liam Lonergan
19. Xenia Munoz-Fite
20. Theodore Hawley
21. Ethan Gonsalves
22. Louie Phillips
23. Alex Last
24. Lauren Hoch
25. Lucia Osborn
26. Finley Douthwaite
27. Finlo Craine
28. Laurie Gleave
29. Elliot Dowd-Williams
30. Maizie Hawkins
31. Finlo Mitchell
32. John Quaye
33. Orry Mitchell
34. Ava Whyte
35. Coral Quaye
36. Scott Reid
37. Graihagh Halsall
38. Ava Quirk
39. Poppy Killey
40. Noah Phillips
41. Isla-Rose Kennington
42. Bradley Malone
43. Chloe Quayle

1. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
2. Holly Beattie
3. Michael McGuinness
4. Teddy Thompson-Broadbent
5. Xara Quinn
6. Austyn Skillicorn
7. Oliver Ford
8. Claudia Hoch
9. Heidi Kelly
10. Jenson Baglow
11. Brody Nicol
12. Steven Kennaugh
13. Abban Cowley
14. Ffinlo Cannell
15. Anabelle Harrison
16. Toby Smith
17. Kilian Reynolds
18. Genevieve Cox
19. Archie Gartshore
20. Chloe Howard
21. Blae Craine
22. Tristan Halsall
23. Theo Sykes
24. Sebastian Perry
25. Arthur Ward
26. Cameron Quirk
27. Elliott Sayle
28. Oliver Halligan
29. Oscar Nation
30. Oliver Bates
31. Anthena Kneen
32. Zach Kneen
33. Jude Anderson
34. McKenzie Howard
35. Ingrid Le Roux
36. Ollie Robinson
37. Zara Stefanovic
38. Felix Thompson-Broadbent
39. Amelia Shortall
40. Benjamin Kinrade
41. Chelsea D’Ottavio
42. Amelia Kipling
43. Oliver Maddrell
44. Elsie Gale

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
3. George Hampton
4. Kieran Binns
5. Archie Kaighin
6. Oscar Maddrell
7. Ryan Cartwright
8. Aedan Le Roux
9. Charlie Staley
10. Oliver Kennington
11. Finley Quirk
12. Safiya Laagayed
13. Callum Leslie
14. Joe Bosworth
15. Aiden Leslie
16. Elijah Clague
17. Millie Ward
18. Sophie Halligan
19. Aoife Dowd-Williams
20. Zane Quinn
21. Matilda Bayliss
22. Callum Quirk
23. Orry Larkham

BORN 2011
1. Finbar McSevney
2. Jacob Wilson
3. Bernat Munoz-Fite
4. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
5. Alex McCullagh
6. Toby Costain
7. Bobby Kerruish
8. Dylan Honeyman
9. Charlie Dormer
10. Bobby Kewley
11. Zach Cox
12. Leo Gray
13. Bobby Davenport
14. Josie Quirk
15. Nathan Nevaril
16. Erin Morgan
17. Darcy Killey
18. George Watterson
19. Dan Bosendorfer
20. Madison Carter
21. Jack Kewley
22. Jacob Dawkins
23. Jacob Smith
24. Clodagh Briercliffe
25. Juan Halsall
26. Nathaniel Sohaba
27. Ciaran McGuinness
28. Isabella Calow
29. Finlo Larkham
30. Charlie Hurst
31. Joshua Moffitt
32. Olly Quayle

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Liam Blake
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
5. Harrison Skillan
6. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
7. Hugh Osborn
8. Rebecca Radcliffe
9. Thomas Watterson
10. James Leece
11. Florence Bayliss
12. Owen Kinrade
13. Alessis D’Ottavio
14. Ed Ambrose Hampton
15. Casey Clague
16. Landon Smith
17. Chloe Rollitt
18. Grace Robinson
19. Antoni Rynkowski
20. Charley Cooney

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Zach Jones
3. Abi Clayton
4. Eddie Dillon
5. Harry Beattie
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Graihagh Morgan
8. Matthew Hooper
9. Joseph Dawkins
10. Henry Dormer
11. Lily-Ann Scott
12. Ben Coole
13. Imogen Deuchars
14. Ted Last
15. Emily Bromwich
16. Aden Dunkley-Nation
17. Brian Hurst

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Lewis Quirk
4. Leon Murphy
5. Bob Radcliffe
6. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
7. Anna Boardman
8. Erin Halsall
9. Lucy Cartwright
10. Ryan Batty
11. Zarina Honeyman

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Orry Lund
4. Jordan Carter
5. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
6. Sophie Smith
7. Sam Cunningham
8. Sam Devereau
9. Ed Coole
10. Kate Lace
11. Ellie Neal
12. Joe Devereau

1. Deaglan Blake
2. Myles Le Geyt
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Kylan Murphy
5. Cameron Hounsel
6. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
7. Abi Clayton
8. Brad Le Geyt
9. Eddie Dillon
10. Zach Jones
11. Liam Blake
12. Leon Murphy
13. Lily-Ann Scott
14. Lula Kinnish
15. Abigail Cowell
16. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
17. Finbar McSevney
18. Hugh Osborn
19. Cameron Eyres
20. Poppy Clayton

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Owen Collins
5. Orry Lund
6. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
7. Sophie Smith
8. Rio Kelly
9. Charlie Scarffe
10. Chloe Dillon
11. Mairi Harrison
12. Jordan Carter
13. Florence Griffin
14. Josh Kaighin

1. Aaron Lund
2. Tyler Hannay
3. Corrin Leeming
4. Ralf Holden
5. Matthew Black
6. Tyler Annis
7. Brayden Roche
8. Niall Colquitt
9. Nick Kissack
10. Shellan Leeming – 1st Girl
11. James Devereau
12. James Scott
13. Tom Kermode
11. Oscar Lace

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