Result: RL360 Youth League Isle of Man

A total of 190 young cyclists braved the dank and misty conditions at the NSC last Tuesday night to compete in the 18th and penultimate round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

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Result: RL360 Youth League Isle of Man
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A total of 190 young cyclists braved the dank and misty conditions at the NSC last Tuesday night to compete in the 18th and penultimate round of Team RL360 Isle of Man’s youth league.

With quite a few of the regulars on holiday, those present had a golden opportunity to improve their points tally in the overall standings.

In the born 2013 & later class Jackson Roberts pulled away from the field to record his first win of the series. Euan Kinnish was a solid second and Eli Dawson edged out top girl Daisy Teare for third. Austin Baglow came in on his own for fifth and Harry Kinrade outran Isla Mulholland, Callen Quayle and Lucas Li-Hanlon for sixth. Liam Lonergan led Jasper Anderson, Jasper Cain, Finlo Mitchell and Layton Kelly over the line to complete the top ten.

Notching up her third victory in as many weeks, Holly Beattie came from behind to pip Charlotte Ashall for the top slot in the novices race. Austyn Skillicorn held off Oliver Ford and Heidi Kelly in the dash for the final place on the podium, with Steven Kennaugh leading Brody Nicol and Jenson Baglow home for sixth. Anabelle Harrison and Blae Craine trailed in separately to complete the top ten.
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Cameron Eyres attacked breakaway companion Poppy Clayton on the last lap of the born 2012 age group and soloed to victory. The fast finishing Henry Kinrade was third and Oscar Maddrell stayed clear of chaser Corrie Brogan to claim fourth. Dorothy Hampton ousted Ryan Cartwright and Finley Quirk for sixth, while Charlie Staley beat Lewis Stephens in the tussle for ninth.

Castletown’s Jacob Wilson overtook early leader Abigail Cowell in the closing stages of the born 2011 category and stayed clear to the finish. Bernat Munoz-Fite was a safe third and Bobby Kewley caught and passed Alex McCullagh in the battle for fourth. Sam Wolstencroft eased away from Charlie Dormer and Macaulay Teare to claim sixth, with Leo Gray getting the verdict over Josie Quirk in the bunch sprint for ninth.

Bobby Davenport, Bobby Kerruish and Joshua Moffitt had a coming together on the opening lap, without serious injury, and were unable to complete the race.

In the born 2010 event Kylan Murphy went from the gun and was never challenged. Brad Le Geyt chased hard but in the end had to settle for the runners-up spot some distance ahead of Archie Mulholland, who shaded Thomas Hutchinson in the scramble for third. Harrison Skillan was fifth and Daniel Minay pipped Alfie Kinrade in the rush for sixth. Ned Hampton beat Rebecca Radcliffe and Florence Heselton in the dart for eighth.

Zach Jones stepped on the pedals at the start of the born 2009 class and quickly opened up a sizable gap that he maintained all the way to the chequered flag. Cameron Hounsell fronted Abi Clayton and May-Saa Smith in the scrap for second with Harry Beattie just behind in fifth position. Grace Wolstencroft led the rest of a splintered field home for sixth.

The outcome of the born 2008 contest was decided in a four-strong sprint of frontrunners won by Alec Sorby. Freddie Griffin was a close second, Charlie Williams third and T.J.Teare fourth. The first girl was Tiana Kelly in eighth spot.

Cian Howard had to work hard to win the bunch gallop at the end of the born 2007 & earlier grouping, edging out Oscar Gaylor by the narrowest of margins. Jordan Carter was third followed by James Kinrade, Orry Lund and Nicola Quaye in fourth to sixth places. Sophie Smith, Sam Devereau, Sam Cunningham and Ed Coole rounded off the top ten leader board.

With the light fading fast, the three racing bike classes were reduced in distance. In the under-8 and under-10s three lapper Alec Sorby scored his second success of the night, outpacing Myles Le Geyt in the scamper for the line. Charlie Williams led the chasers in for third, with May-Saa Smith picking up the girls’ prize in seventh position.

In the under-12s, which now incorporates the under-14 girls race, Cian Howard completed the double, outgunning Oscar Gaylor and Ivan Sorby in the dart for the flag. Sophie Smith was fourth and Nicola Quaye got the better of Orry Lund and Rio Kelly in the struggle for fifth. Mairi Harrison, Ella and Florence Griffin were the top three under-14 girls in eighth, tenth and 13th places.

The twenty lap under-14 and under-16 race was run at a frantic pace. Eight frontrunners stayed together to the finish where James Harrison emerged from the pack to grab the win. Aaron Lund was second and first U/14 rider Zac Walker a fine third. Series leader Will Corkill grabbed fourth ahead of Tyler Hannay, Corrin Leeming, Ralf Holden and Jack Christian. The top girl was Shellan Leeming in 15th place.
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ROUND 18 – TUESDAY, 21st AUGUST 2018

1. Jackson Roberts
2. Euan Kinnish
3. Eli Dawson
4. Daisy Teare – 1st Girl
5. Austin Baglow
6. Harry Kinrade
7. Isla Mulholland
8. Callen Quayle
9. Lucas Li-Hanlon
10. Liam Lonergan
11. Jasper Anderson
12. Jasper Cain
13. Finlo Mitchell
14. Layton Kelly
15. Evangeline Sohaba
16. Xenia Munoz-Fite
17. Theodore Hawley
18. Leighton Curphey
19. Finlo Craine
20. Noah Sykes
21. John Quaye
22. Leo Kerr
23. Orry Mitchell
24. Eugene McKiernan
25. Henry Quaye
26. Oliver Hutchinson
27. William McAllister
28. Ewan McCubbin
29. India Smith
30. Alexander Jones
31. Ava Quirk
32. Sammi Callow
33. Scott Reid
34. Alisha McCullagh
35. Ava Whyte
36. Xara Quinn
37. Alex Last
38. James Heselton
39. Alfie Jacobs
40. Rollo Thompson
41. Graihagh Halsall
42. Benjamin Corlett
43. Emily Calow

1. Holly Beattie – 1st Girl
2. Charlotte Ashall
3. Austyn Skillicorn
4. Oliver Ford
5. Heidi Kelly
6. Steven Kennaugh
7. Brody Nicol
8. Jenson Baglow
9. Anabelle Harrison
10. Blae Craine
11. Genevieve Cox
12. Theo Sykes
13. Abban Cowley
14. Matthew Kerr
15. Charlie Williams
16. Rupert Walker
17. Oliver Halligan
18. Oscar Nation
19. Tristan Halsall
20. Oliver Maddrell
21. McKenzie Howard
22. Finlo Crellin
23. Robin Crespillo
24. Zara Stefanovic
25. Thomlyn Varley
26. Amelia Shortall
27. Eliza Butterworth
28. Lucas Kershaw
29. Freya Curphey

BORN 2012
1. Cameron Eyres
2. Poppy Clayton – 1st Girl
3. Henry Kinrade
4. Oscar Maddrell
5. Corrie Brogan
6. Dorothy Hampton
7. Ryan Cartwright
8. Finley Quirk
9. Charlie Staley
10. Lewis Stephens
11. Safiya Laagayed
12. Zane Quinn
13. Robin Bremner
14. Sophie Halligan

BORN 2011
1. Jacob Wilson
2. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
3. Bernat Munoz-Fite
4. Bobby Kewley
5. Alex McCullagh
6. Sam Wolstencroft
7. Charlie Dormer
8. Macaulay Teare
9. Leo Gray
10. Josie Quirk
11. Dan Bosendorfer
12. Zach Cox
13. Jack Kewley
14. Darcy Killey
15. Madison Carter
16. Clodagh Briercliffe
17. Ivy Quayle
18. Juan Halsall
19. Nathaniel Sohaba
20. Ted Thompson
21. Isabella Calow
22. Charlie Hurst

BORN 2010
1. Kylan Murphy
2. Brad Le Geyt
3. Archie Mulholland
4. Thomas Hutchinson
5. Harrison Skillan
6. Daniel Minay
7. Alfie Kinrade
8. Ned Paul Hampton
9. Rebecca Radcliffe – 1st Girl
10. Florence Heselton
11. Zac Lund
12. Annie McKiernan
13. Landon Smith
14. Jake Naylor

BORN 2009
1. Zach Jones
2. Cameron Hounsell
3. Abi Clayton – 1st Girl
4. May-Saa Smith
5. Harry Beattie
6. Grace Wolstencroft
7. Matthew Hooper
8. Henry Dormer
9. Lily-Ann Scott
10. Ted Last
11. Georgia Halsall
12. Aden Dunkley-Smith
13. Brian Hurst
14. Christopher Hazell

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. Freddie Griffin
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. Leon Murphy
6. Joel Long
7. Lewis Quirk
8. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
9. Emily Rewsin
10. Erin Halsall
11. Lucy Cartwright

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

1. Alec Sorby
2. Ayles Le Geyt
3. Charlie Williams
4. T.J.Teare
5. Freddie Griffin
6. Kylan Murphy
7. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
8. Leon Murphy
9. Zach Jones
10. Lewis Quirk
11. Brad Le Geyt
12. Abi Clayton
13. Daniel Minay
14. Bernat Munoz-Fite
15. Lily-Ann Scott
16. Callum Christian
17. Thomas Hutchinson
18. Cameron Hounsell
19. Abigail Cowell
20. Alex McCullagh
21. Tiana Kelly
22. Ted Last
23. Cameron Eyres
24. Zac Lund
25. Daisy Teare
26. Poppy Clayton

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

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


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