Report/Result: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 16

Considering that the holiday season is now in full swing, there was another good turnout of 217 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 16 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Report/Result: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 16
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Considering that the holiday season is now in full swing, there was another good turnout of 217 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 16 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

In the born 2013 & later age group Bella Quaye rode away from the field to pick up her tenth win of the series and in the process seal the overall honours. Euan Kinnish and David Leece came in separately to claim second and third respectively, with Daisy Teare leading Austin Baglow, Tobyn Speight and India Smith over the line for fourth. Finlo Mitchell was a lonely eighth and Ciaran Grimshaw outran Jasper Anderson, Brody Burdon and Liam Lonergan in the tussle for ninth.

Hollie Beattie went from the gun in the novices class, taking the chequered flag well clear of Charlotte Ashall in second place. Oliver Ford ousted Heidi Kelly for third and Jenson Baglow held off chasers Claudia Hoch, Steven Kennaugh and Brody Nicol in the dash for fifth. Leon Askin was ninth and Kilian Reynolds had the edge on Annabelle Harrison in the race for tenth.

Grenaby’s Tommy Bass eased ahead of breakaway partner Cameron Eyres on the finishing straight to grab his fifth win in the born 2012 category. Poppy Clayton pipped Archie Kaighin for third and Henry Kinrade shaded Kieran Binns for fifth. Corrie Brogan headed Oliver Kennington in the sprint for seventh, with Charlie Christian and Tommie Quayle just behind in ninth and tenth places.

Bernat Munoz-Fite attacked fellow frontrunners Jacob Wilson and Finbar McSevney on the final lap of the born 2011 event and soloed to victory. Bobby Kewley was a solid fourth and Sam Wolstencroft kept Bobby Kerruish at bay for fifth. Dylan Honeyman slipped away from the main bunch to gain seventh and Toby Costain spearheaded Bobby Davenport and Macaulay Teare in the gallop for eighth. Erin Morgan was the leading girl in 14th spot.

In the born 2010 race Kylan Murphy surged ahead of travelling companions Lula Kinnish and Brad Le Geyt to record his 13th success of the season. Conor Madsen-Mygdal outsprinted Harrison Skillan and Hugh Osborn for fourth, with Daniel Minay overtaking Archie Mulholland in the closing stages to snatch seventh. Finlay Parsons and Alfie Kinrade completed the top ten.

Continuing his recent run of good form, Zach Jones overcame a strong challenge from Abi Clayton to register his second successive victory in the born 2009 class. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson got the better of Tom Pickavance and May-Saa Smith in the tussle for the final podium position, while Cameron Hounsell had the speed to beat Harry Beattie and Graihagh Morgan in the struggle for sixth.

Alec Sorby outgunned Freddie Griffin and T.J.Teare in the dart for the top slot in the depleted born 2008 three lapper. Lewis Quirk, George Kinnish and Leon Murphy wrapped up the top six, with top girl Tiana Kelly just behind in seventh position.

In the born 2007 & earlier grouping Oscar Gaylor clipped off the front of a leading group of six riders and time trialled to victory. Orry Lund was second closely followed by Eamon McKiernan, James Kinrade and best girl Nicola Quaye.

The under-8 and under-10 racing bikes only came to life on the last lap when Alec Sorby attacked and powered away to victory. Myles Le Geyt and T.J.Teare finished second and third a short distance ahead of a trio of chasers consisting of Freddie Griffin, May-Saa Smith and first under-8 rider Kylan Murphy. The main chasing group was led in by Alfie Mathieson-Nelson in seventh spot.

Oscar Gaylor and Ivan Sorby got away together early on in the under-12 racing bikes and stayed at the head of affairs to the finish where Gaylor got the verdict in a very close sprint. Six riders went after the leading duo but, despite a very determined chase, were unable to breach the gap. Orry Lund took the gallop for third from Nicola Quaye, Owen Collins, Rio Kelly and Mairi Harrison, with Charlie Scarffe was the best of the rest in eighth position.

Celebrating his birthday in fine style, James Harrison won the under-16 racing bikes in a nine-strong sprint finish. Aaron Lund and Tyler Hannay were second and third followed by Will Corkill, Matthew Cooil, Zac Walker, Corrin Leeming, Ralf Holden and Jack Christian in fourth to ninth places. The race was animated from the start with many attacks. The younger under-14 and less experienced riders like Tyler Annis, Nick Kissack, Callum Salisbury and James Scott did well to stay with the “big boys” for a good part of the race, eventually losing contact to finish 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th respectively. Shellan Leeming took the girls’ prize in 14th place.
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1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Euan Kinnish
3. David Leece
4. Daisy Teare
5. Austin Baglow
6. Tobyn Speight
7. India Smith
8. Finlo Mitchell
9. Ciaran Grimshaw
10. Jasper Anderson
11. Brody Burdon
12. Liam Lonergan
13. Isla Mulholland
14. Xenia Munoz-Fite
15. Evangeline Sohaba
16. Noah Sykes
17. Layton Kelly
18. Lauren Hoch
19. Leo Kerr
20. Ethan Gonsalves
21. Alex Last
22. Oliver Hutchinson
23. Orry McSevney
24. Finley Douthwaite
25. Laurie Gleave
26. Callen Quaye
27. Orry Mitchell
28. Finlo Craine
29. Charles Hall
30. John Quaye
31. Maizie Hawkins
32. Henry Quaye
33. Ava Quirk
34. Alexander Jones
35. Emily Calow
36. Eugene McKiernan
37. Rollo Thompson
38. Carmen Oakes
39. Alfie Jacobs
40. James Heselton
41. Scott Reid

1. Holly Beattie – 1st Girl
2. Charlotte Ashall
3. Oliver Ford
4. Heidi Kelly
5. Jenson Baglow
6. Claudia Hoch
7. Steven Kennaugh
8. Brody Nicol
9. Leon Askin
10. Killian Reynolds
11. Anabelle Harrison
12. Charlie Pye
13. Matthew kerr
14. Finlo Hoskisson
15. Toby Smith
16. Blae Craine
17. Theo Sykes
18. Sebastian Perry
19. Arthue Ward
20. Cameron Quirk
21. Oscar Nation
22. Rupert Walker
23. Anthena Kneen
24. Zach Kneen
25. Charlie Williams
26. Oliver Halligan
27. Thomlyn Varley
28. McKenzie Howard
29. Oliver Bates
30. Isla Hall
31. Jude Anderson
32. Gracie Tomlinson
33. Amelia Kipling
34. Emmy-Rose Oakes
35. Amelia Shortall

BORN 2012
1. Tommy Bass
2. Cameron Eyres
3. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
4. Archie Kaighin
5. Henry Kinrade
6. Kieran Binns
7. Corrie Brogan
8. Oliver Kennington
9. Charlie Christian
10. Tommie Quayle
11. Ryan cartwright
12. Mason Yewdall
13. Finley Quirk
14. Lewis Stephens
15. Millie Ward
16. Aiden Lesle
17. Robin Bremner
18. Callum Leslie
19. Callum Quirk
20. Sophie Halligan
21. Billy Leece

BORN 2011
1. Bernat Munoz-Fite
2. Jacob Wilson
3. Finbar McSevney
4. Bobby Kewley
5. Sam Wolstencroft
6. Bobby Kerruish
7. Dylan Honeyman
8. Toby Costain
9. Bobby Davenport
10. Macaulay Teare
11. Nathan Nevaril
12. Joshua Moffitt
13. Samuel Kinnish
14. Erin morgan – 1st Girl
15. Rory Quayle
16. Jack Kewley
17. Josie Quirk
18. Dan Bosendorfer
19. Carter Kneale
20. George Watterson
21. Ivy Quayle
22. Madison Carter
23. Clodagh Briercliffe
24. Ben Leece
25. Jacob Smith
26. Nathaniel Sohaba
27. Isabella Calow
28. Ted Thompson
29. Charlie Hurst

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
3. Brad Le Geyt
4. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
5. Harrison Skillan
6. Hugh Osborn
7. Daniel Minay
8. Archie Mulholland
9. Finlay Parsons
10. Alfie Kinrade
11. Thomas Hutchinson
12. Max Messenger
13. Owen Kinrade
14. Thomas Watterson
15. Rebecca Radcliffe
16. James Leece
17. Annie McKiernan
18. Alessia D’Ottavio
19. Joel Quayle
20. Grace Robinson
21. Landon Smith
22. Olivia Bremner

BORN 2009
1. Zach Jones
2. Abi Clayton – 1st Girl
3. Alfie Mathieson- Nelson
4. Tom Pickavance
5. May-Saa Smith
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Harry Beattie
8. Graihagh Morgan
9. Callum Christian
10. Matthew Hooper
11. Lily-Ann Scott
12. Georgia Halsall
13. Tristan Speight
14. Ted Last
15. Ben Coole
16. Aden Dunkley-Nation
17. Christopher Hazell

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. T.J.Teare
4. Lewis Quirk
5. George Kinnish
6. Leon Murphy
7. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
8. Bob Radcliffe
9. Emily Rewsin
10. Jonty Shimmin

1. Oscar Gaylor
2. Orry Lund
3. Eamon McKiernan
4. James Kinrade
5. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
6. Jess Pickavance
7. Jordan Carter
8. Sam Devereau
9. Joe Devereau
10. Ed Coole
11. Ellie Neal
12. 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. Alfie Mathieson-Smith
8. Brad Le Geyt
9. Abi Clayton
10. Cameron Hounsell
11. George Kinnish
12. Daniel Minay
13. Zach Jones
14. Lily-Ann Scott
15. Bernat Munoz-Fite
16. Leon Murphy
17. Lewis Quirk
18. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
19. Callum Christian
20. Jonty Shimmin
21. Thomas Hutchinson
22. Lula Kinnish
23. Tom Pickavance
24. Ted Last
25. Cameron Eyres
26. Hugh Osborn
27. Finbar McSevney
28. Joshua Moffitt
29. Macaulay Teare
30. Poppy Clayton
31. Daisy Teare

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

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


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