Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 15

Despite a very overcast sky, conditions remained dry for the 219 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 15 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 15
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Despite a very overcast sky, conditions remained dry for the 219 competitors who turned out at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 15 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

For the third week in succession Bella Quaye rode away from the field to secure another impressive solo victory in the born 2013 & later age group. Jackson Roberts overcame Eli Dawson and Euan Kinnish in the scrap for second, with Harry Kinrade just behind in fifth spot. David Leece outran Austin Baglow and Bobby Quaye in the dash for sixth, while Daisy Teare held off Ciaran Grimshaw and Isla Mulholland in the tussle for ninth. Layton Kelly led India Smith and Jasper Cain in to round off the top twelve leader board.

In the novices class Charlotte Ashall picked up her fourth win of the series, crossing the line well clear of Holly Beattie and Oliver Ford in second and third places respectively. Austyn Skillicorn was a solid fourth and Jenson Baglow kept Heidi Kelly and impressive newcomer Easton Winning at bay for fifth. Steven Kennaugh and Finlo Hoskisson finished separately in eighth and ninth places, with Genevieve Cox taking the group sprint for tenth.

Cameron Eyres eased ahead of George Hampton on the finishing straight to bag maximum points for the ninth time in the born 2012 category. Poppy Clayton was a safe third and Henry Kinrade had the edge on Archie Kaighin, Kieran Binns and Oscar Maddrell in the rush for fourth. Oliver Kennington pipped Charlie Staley for eighth and Charlie Christian stayed clear of chasers Mason Yewdall and Finley Quirk to claim tenth.

Douglas girl Abigail Cowell powered away from breakaway companions Finbar McSevney, Alex McCullagh and Bernat Munoz-Fite to record her maiden victory in the born 2011 race. Jacob Wilson was a lonely fifth and Toby Costain was too quick for Bobby Kewley, Bobby Davenport and Dylan Honeyman in the tussle for sixth. Charlie Dormer edged Zach Cox for tenth.
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Kylan Murphy escaped from a leading group of four riders to grab the number one slot in the born 2010 event. Brad Le Geyt shaded Hugh Osborn and Lula Kinnish for the runners-up spot, with Thomas Hutchinson getting the better of Conor Madsen-Mygdal in the dart for fifth. Harrison Skillan headed Archie Mulholland home for seventh and Finley Parsons fronted Ed Hampton and Daniel Minay over the line for ninth.

In the born 2009 class Zach Jones went from the gun and was never challenged. Cameron Hounsell snatched second from fellow chasers Abi Clayton and Alfie Mathieson-Nelson, while Harry Beattie, Graihagh Morgan, Matthew Hooper and Ben Coole trailed in one by one to fill fifth to eighth places. Lily-Ann Scott outpaced Henry Dormer and Ted Last for ninth.

Freddie Griffin took advantage of a depleted field to notch up his third success of the season in the born 2008 three lapper. T.J.Teare was a close second and Leon Murphy ousted George Kinnish for third. Tiana Kelly was the top girl in sixth position.

Three riders broke free at the start of the born 2007 & earlier grouping stayed clear to the finish where Oscar Gaylor got the verdict over Cian Howard in the final gallop. Orry Lund was third and Nicola Quaye the best girl in a good fourth place. James Kinrade and Eamon McKiernan completed the top six.

Now fully recovered from the broken collar bone he received three weeks ago, Alec Sorby won the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes in fine style, emerging from a leading group of six riders to take the victory. Myles Le Geyt grabbed second ahead of T.J.Teare, Freddie Griffin, May-Saa Smith and Kylan Murphy. Cameron Hounsell was seventh and Eddie Dillon spearheaded the rest of the field home for eighth.

In the under-12 racing bikes Cian Howard gapped everyone in the final sprint for a comfortably win. Ivan Sorby was second and Oscar Gaylor third, with Owen Collins and Nicola Quaye just off the back in fourth and fifth respectively. Orry Lund got past Rio Kelly in the closing stages to take sixth.

Several riders made valiant but ultimately unsuccessful solo attacks in the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes. In the end a reduced group of nine riders contested the sprint which James Harrison narrowly won from Will Corkill and Tyler Hannay. Aaron Lund was fourth, Matthew Cooil fifth and Zac Walker sixth. Shellan Leeming took the girls’ prize in 14th spot.

ROUND 15 – TUESDAY 31st JULY 2018

1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Eli Dawson
4. Euan Kinnish
5. Harry Kinrade
6. David Leece
7. Austin Baglow
8. Bobby Quaye
9. Daisy Teare
10. Ciaran Grimshaw
11. Isla Mulholland
12. Layton Kelly
13. India Smith
14. Jasper Cain
15. Tobyn Speight
16. Theodore Hawley
17. Leighton Curphey
18. Jasper Anderson
19. William McAllister
20. Liam Lonergan
21. Finley Douthwaite
22. Lucia Osborn
23. Xenia Munoz-Fite
24. Evangeline Sohaba
25. Laurie Gleave
26. Alex Last
27. Finley Yates
28. Coral Quaye
29. Elliot Dowd-Williams
30. John Quaye
31. Lucas Hall
32. Finlo Mitchell
33. Orry Mitchell
34. Daniel Baker
35. Ava Quirk
36. Ava Whyte
37. Maizie Hawkins
38. Henry Quaye
39. Rollo Thompson
40. Alisha McCullagh
41. Alexander Jones
42. Eugene McKiernan
43. Benjamin Corlett
44. Isla-Rose Kennington
45. James Heseleton

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1. Charlotte Halsall – 1st Girl
2. Holly Beattie
3. Oliver Ford
4. Austyn Skillicorn
5. Jenson Baglow
6. Heidi Kelly
7. Easton Winning
8. Steven Kennaugh
9. Finlo Hosskinson
10. Genevieve Cox
11. Anabelle Harrison
12. Kilian Reynolds
13. Brody Nicol
14. Charlie Pye
15. Ffinlo Cannell
16. Oliver Halligan
17. Alice Bradley
18. Rupert Walker
19. Tristan Halsall
20. Cameron Quirk
21. Arthur Ward
22. Oscar Nation
23. Thomlyn Varley
24. Oliver Bates
25. McKenzie Howard
26. Mila-Grace Kirk
27. Benjamin Kinrade
28. Isla Hall
29. Max Cain
30. Gracie Tomlinson
31. Jude Anderson
32. Lucas Kershaw
33. Amelia Shortall
34. Zahara Woods
35. Oliver Maddrell
36. Zara Stefanovic
37. Amelia Kipling
38. Sidhan Shriram

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. George Hampton
3. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
4. Henry Kinrade
5. Archie Kaighin
6. Kieran Binns
7. Oscar Maddrell
8. Oliver Kennington
9. Charlie Staley
10. Charlie Christian
11. Mason Yewdall
12. Finley Quirk
13. Callum Leslie
14. Safiya Laagayed
15. Lewis Stephens
16. Aiden Leslie
17. Millie Ward
18. Billy Leece
19. Callum Quirk
20. Aoife Dowd-Williams
21. Sophie Halligan

BORN 2011
1. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
2. Finbar McSevney
3. Alex McCullagh
4. Bernat Munoz-Fite
5. Jacob Wilson
6. Toby Costain
7. Bobby Kewley
8. Bobby Davenport
9. Dylan Honeyman
10. Charlie Dormer
11. Zach Cox
12. Macaulay Teare
13. Nathan Nevaril
14. Erin Morgan
15. Leo Gray
16. Joshua Moffitt
17. Josie Quirk
18. Samuel Kinnish
19. Sachin Shriram
20. Dan Bosendorfer
21. Jack Kewley
22. George Watterson
23. Madison Carter
24. Lily-Faye Bell
25. Ben Leece
26. Elijah Winning
27. Ted Thompson
28. Nathaniel Sohaba
29. Clodagh Briercliffe

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Brad Le Geyt
3. Hugh Osborn
4. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
5. Thomas Hutchinson
6. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
7. Harrison Skillan
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Finlay Parsons
10. Ed Ambrose Hampton
11. Daniel Minay
12. Alfie Kinrade
13. Cameron Leslie
14. Florence Heselton
15. Thomas Watterson
16. Owen Kinrade
17. Annie McKiernan
18. Zac Lund
19. Louise Colquitt
20. Antoni Rynkowski

BORN 2009
1. Zach Jones
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Abi Clayton – 1st Girl
4. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
5. Harry Beattie
6. Graihagh Morgan
7. Matthew Hooper
8. Ben Coole
9. Lily-Ann Scott
10. Henry Dormer
11. Ted Last
12. Emily Bromwich
13. Tristan Speight
14. Alexis Yewdall
15. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Freddie Griffin
2. T.J.Teare
3. Leon Murphy
4. George Kinnish
5. Lewis Quirk
6. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
7. Anna Boardman
8. Jonty Shimmin
9. Ryan Batty

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Cian Howard
3. Orry Lund
4. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
5. James Kinrade
6. Eamon McKiernan
7. Mairi Harrison
8. Jordan Carter
9. Sam Devereau
10. Sam Cunningham
11. Joe Devereau
12. Ed Coole
13. Ellie Neal
14. Kate Lace

1. Alec Sorby
2. Myles Le Geyt
3. T.J.Teare
4. Freddie Griffin
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
6. Kylan Murphy
7. Cameron Hounsell
8. Eddie Dillon
9. Lily-Anne Scott
10. Zach Jones
11. Abi Clayton
12. Daniel Minay
13. Brad Le Geyt
14. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
15. Jonty Shimmin
16. Bernat Munoz-Fite
17. Callum Christian
18. Thomas Hutchinson
19. Leon Murphy
20. George Kinnish
21. Abigail Cowell
22. Hugh Osborn
23. Joshua Moffitt
24. Cameron Eyres
25. Macaulay Teare
26. Poppy Clayton
27. Daisy Teare

1. Cian Howard
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Oscar Gaylor
4. Owen Collins
5. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
6. Orry Lund
7. Rio Kelly
8. Charlie Scarffe
9. James Kinrade
10. Mairi Harrison
11. Florence Griffin
12. Josh Kaighin
13. Joe Devereau

1. James Harrison
2. Will Corkill
3. Tyler Hannay
4. Aaron Lund
5. Matthew Cooil
6. Zac Walker
7. Ralf Holden
8. Corrin Leeming
9. Jack Christian
10. Tyler Annis
11. Niall Colquitt
12. James Scott
13. Nick Kissack
14. Shellan Leeming – 1st Girl
15. Callum Salisbury
16. Jack Sowerby
17. Oscar Lace
18. Eamon McKiernan


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