Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League

There was another good turnout of exactly 200 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 17 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League

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Report/Result: Isle of Man Youth League
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There was another good turnout of exactly 200 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for round 17 of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s Youth League.

Bella Quaye got the evening’s packed programme off to a flying start with another decisive solo victory in the born 2013 & later age group. Jackson Roberts was a safe second and Daisy Teare outran Ewan McCubbin, Bobby Quaye and Austin Baglow in the tussle for the final place on the podium. Jasper Anderson grabbed seventh ahead of fellow chasers Callen Quaye, Finlo Mitchell, Ciaran Grimshaw and Finlo Craine.

In the novices class Holly Beattie rode away from the field to bag maximum points for the second week running. Charlotte Ashall was unchallenged in second place and relative newcomer Austyn Skillicorn pipped Oliver Ford for third. Jenson Baglow and Xara Quinn trailed in separately for fifth and sixth, with Kilian Reynolds leading the charge for seventh in front of Heidi Kelly, Charlie Pye, Brody Nicol and Steven Kennaugh.

Cementing his position at the top of the overall standings, Cameron Eyres went from the gun in the born 2012 event and was never caught. Poppy Clayton ousted Henry Kinrade in the dash for the runners-up spot and Aedan Le Roux had the edge on Archie Kaighin, Kieran Binns, Oscar Maddrell and Corrie Brogan in the fight for fourth. Ryan Cartwright and Dorothy Hampton rounded off the top ten leader board.

In the born 2011 race Jacob Wilson caught and passed early leader Abigail Cowell on the final lap to record his fourth win of the series. Cowell hung onto second and Alex McCullagh kept the fast finishing Bobby Kerruish at bay for third. Toby Costain came from behind to snatch fifth from Josie Quirk, with Macaulay Teare and Bobby Davenport just behind in seventh and eighth places. Nathan Nevaril was a secure ninth and Leo Gray led Joshua Moffitt over the line in the group gallop for tenth.
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Liam Blake outpaced breakaway partner Brad Le Geyt in the battle for the top slot in the born 2010 category. Conor Madsen-Mygdal clipped off the front of the chasing pack to claim third ahead of Archie Mulholland and Harrison Skillan, who could not be separated in the sprint for fourth. Thomas Hutchinson, Daniel Minay and Finlay Parsons were closely packed in sixth to eighth places, while Max Messenger maintained station in ninth position. Owen Kinrade shaded leading girl Florence Heselton in the scrap for tenth.

Biding her time on Cameron Hounsell’s wheel, May-Saa Smith attacked her fellow frontrunner in the closing stages of the born 2009 class and powered away to victory. Matthew Hooper was third in a reduced field of just seven riders.

A seven-strong group circulated together at the head of the born 2008 three lapper. At the finish it was Deaglan Blake who proved to be the quickest in the dart for the chequered flag. Freddie Griffin and Alec Sorby were second and third closely followed by T.J.Teare, Charlie Williams, Leon Murphy and Lewis Quirk. The first girl home was Tiana Kelly in eighth spot.

In the hotly contested born 2007 & earlier grouping Cian Howard got the verdict over Oscar Gaylor in the final sprint. Orry Lund, James Kinrade, Eamon McKiernan and leading girl Nicola Quaye completed the top six.

Notching up his second win of the night, Deaglan Blake eased away from travelling companions Charlie Williams and Freddie Griffin to top the result sheet in the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes. Series leader Alec Sorby was a solid fourth and May-Saa Smith headed the chasers home to take the girls’ prize in fifth place. The under-8 honours went to Brad Le Geyt in seventh place.

Cian Howard narrowly beat arch rival Oscar Gaylor in the bunch gallop for the number one slot in the under-12 racing bikes. Ivan Sorby was third a short distance ahead of Sophie Smith, Nicola Quaye, Orry Lund and Rio Kelly. An all-girl group containing Mairi Harrison, Jess Pickavance, Ella Griffin and Florence Griffin were next to finish in eighth to 11th places respectively.

With the light starting to fade, the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes was reduced to twenty laps. After a fast and furious start, which never let up, only four riders were left at the head of the race to contest the final sprint, which Will Corkill by the narrowest of margins from James Harrison, Aaron Lund and Jack Christian. Ramsey’s Tyler Hannay was fifth and Ralf Holden edged Zac Walker for the under-14 award in sixth spot. Matthew Black, Tyler Annis and Nick Kissack wrapped up the top ten.


1. Bella Quaye – 1st Girl
2. Jackson Roberts
3. Daisy Teare
4. Ewan McCubbin
5. Bobby Quaye
6. Austin Baglow
7. Jasper Anderson
8. Callen Quaye
9. Finlo Mitchell
10. Ciaran Grimshaw
11. Finlo Craine
12. Liam Lonergan
13. Layton Kelly
14. India Smith
15. William McAllister
16. Jasper Cain
17. Leo Kerr
18. Harry Kinrade
19. Theodore Hawley
20. Leighton Curphey
21. Oliver Hutchinson
22. Leo Mylchreest
23. John Quaye
24. Eugene McKiernan
25. Evangeline Sohaba
26. Orry Mitchell
27. Henry Quaye
28. Isla Mulholland
29. Alfie Jacobs
30. Alexander Jones
31. Emily Calow
32. Alex Last
33. Sammi Callow
34. Ava Whyte
35. James Heselton
36. Scott Reid
37. Coral Quaye
38. Rollo Thompson
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1. Holly Beattie – 1st Girl
2. Charlotte Ashall
3. Austyn Skillicorn
4. Oliver Ford
5. Jenson Baglow
6. Xara Quinn
7. Kilian Reynolds
8. Heidi Kelly
9. Charlie Pye
10. Brody Nicol
11. Steven Kennaugh
12. Leon Askin
13. Blae Craine
14. Archie Gartshore
15. Alice Bradley
16. Anabelle Harrison
17. Rory Mylchreest
18. Finlo Hosskinson
19. Ffinlo Cannell
20. Oliver Halligan
21. Finlo Crellin
22. Matthew Kerr
23. Matilda Cretney
24. Oscar Christian
25. Cameron Quirk
26. Thomlyn Varley
27. Rupert Walker
28. Benjamin Kinrade
29. McKenzie Howard
30. Mila-Grace Kirk
31. Sebastian Perry
32. Oscar Nation
33. Oliver Bates
34. Oliver Maddrell
35. Gracie Tomlinson
36. Isla Hall
37. Ingrid Le Roux
38. Lucas Kershaw
39. Amelia Shortall
40. Freya Curphey

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
3. Henry Kinrade
4. Aedan Le Roux
5. Archie Kaighin
6. Kieran Binns
7. Oscar Maddrell
8. Corrie Brogan
9. Ryan Cartwright
10. Dorothy Hampton
11. Safiya Laagayed
12. Charlie Christian
13. Ethan Gibb
14. Zane Quinn
15. Sophie Halligan
16. Callum Quirk
17. Billy Leece

BORN 2011
1. Jacob Wilson
2. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
3. Alex McCullagh
4. Bobby Kerruish
5. Toby Costain
6. Josie Quirk
7. Macaulay Teare
8. Bobby Davenport
9. Nathan Nevaril
10. Leo Gray
11. Joshua Moffitt
12. George Watterson
13. Madison Carter
14. Dan Bosendorfer
15. Finbar McSevney
16. Ivy Quayle
17. Clodagh Briercliffe
18. Ben Leece
19. Ted Thompson
20. Nathaniel Sohaba
21. Charlie Hurst
22. Magdelena Cretney
23. Bobby Kewley.

BORN 2010
1. Liam Blake
2. Brad Le Geyt
3. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
4. Archie Mulholland
= Harrison Skillan
6. Thomas Hutchinson
7. Daniel Minay
8. Finlay Parsons
9. Max Messanger
10. Owen Kinrade
11. Florence Heselton
12. Thomas Watterson
13. Landon Smith
14. Ned Paul Hampton
15. Zac Lund
16. James Leece
17. Annie McKiernan
18. Louise Colquitt
19. Sam Callister

BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Matthew Hooper
4. Lily-Ann Scott
5. Ted Last
6. Ben Coole
7. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Deaglan Blake
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Alec Sorby
4. T.J.Teare
5. Charlie Williams
6. Leon Murphey
7. Lewis Quirk
8. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
9. Jonty Shimmin
10. Emily Rewsin
11. Lucy Cartwright

1. Cian Howard
2. Oscar Gaylor
3. Orry Lund
4. James Kinrade
5. Eamon McKiernan
6. Nicola Quaye – 1st Girl
7. Jordan Carter
8. Sophie Smith
9. Ed Coole
10. Ellie Neal
11. Kate Lace

1. Deaglan Blake
2. Charlie Williams
3. Freddie Griffin
4. Alec Sorby
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Brad Le Geyt
8. Abi Clayton
9. Daniel Minay
10. Lewis Quirk
11. Lily-Ann Scott
12. Leon Murphy
13. Callum Christian
14. Conor Madsen-Mygdal
15. Liam Blake
16. Finbar McSevney
17. Thomas Hutchinson
18. Jonty Shimmin
19. Abigail Cowell
20. Tiana Kelly
21. Cameron Eyres
22. Ted Last
23. Macaulay Teare
24. Poppy Clayton
25. Daisy Teare

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

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


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