Report/Result: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 19

There was a good turnout of 210 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the 19th and final round of the 2018 RL360 Youth Cycling League in the Isle of Man.

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Report/Result: RL360 Isle of Man Youth League 19
(thanks to Dot Tilbury)

There was a good turnout of 210 competitors at the NSC last Tuesday night for the 19th and final round of the 2018 RL360 Youth Cycling League in the Isle of Man.

In gloomy but dry conditions, Jackson Roberts spearheaded a group of five frontrunners over the line to notch up his second successive victory in the born 2013 and later category. David Leece pipped Eli Dawson for second and Euan Kinnish held off leading girl Daisy Teare in the fight for fourth. Harry Kinrade edged Austin Baglow in the dash for sixth and Lucas Hi-Hanlon won the chasing bunch sprint for eighth. Newcomer Ethan Burgess and Jasper Anderson completed the top ten leader board.

Charlotte Ashall went from the gun in the novices class and stayed clear to the finish. Austyn Skillicorn beat Oliver Ford to the runners-up spot and Elliot Ferns did well on his debut to finish fourth ahead of fellow chasers Heidi Kelly, Anabelle Harrison, Kilian Reynolds and Finlo Hoskisson. The rest of field came home in dribs and drabs, with Steven Kennaugh and Abban Cowley leading the way in ninth and tenth places.

Leaving nothing to chance, Cameron Eyres attacked on the opening lap of the born 2012 age group and soloed to victory. George Hampton repelled a strong challenge from Poppy Clayton to grab second, while Henry Kinrade and Archie Kaighin kept the fast finishing duo of Corrie Brogan and Kieran Binns at bay to secure fourth and fifth. Oscar Maddrell was a lonely eighth and Oliver Kennington outpaced Ryan Cartwright for ninth.

In the born 2011 event Jacob Wilson was too quick for Abigail Cowell and Bernat Munoz-Fite in the final dash for the chequered flag. Alex McCullagh was a solid fourth and Toby Costain overcame Charlie Dormer and Dylan Honeyman in the fight for fifth. Bobby Kerruish beat Leo Gray, Madison Carter, Bobby Davenport and Samuel Kinnish in the tussle for eighth, while Bobby Kewley recovered well from a start line tumble to salvage a good 13th.

Brad Le Geyt outsprinted breakaway partner Lula Kinnish to claim the top slot in the born 2010 class. Max Messenger eased away from Thomas Hutchinson on the final lap to pick up the remaining place on the podium and Finlay Parsons maintained station ahead of Daniel Minay, Alfie Kinrade and Rebecca Radcliffe for fifth. Landon Smith and Owen Kinrade came in separately to wrap up the top ten.

A total of seven riders contested the gallop at the end of the born 2009 race, with May-Saa Smith getting the verdict on the line. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson grabbed second ahead of Abi Clayton, Cameron Hounsell, Eddie Dillon, Zach Jones and Tom Pickavance in third to seventh respectively. Callum Christian and Henry Dormer were a solid eighth and ninth, with the ever improving Lily-Ann Scott shading Jazzy Dillon in the battle for tenth.

Alec Sorby and T.J.Teare escaped from a five-strong leading group to fill the top two positions in the born 2008 contest. Charlie Williams was a safe third and Jonty Shimmin outran top girl Tiana Kelly in the dart for fourth. Erin Halsall, Emily Rewsin and Lucy Cartwright completed the result sheet.

In the following born 2007 and earlier grouping Cian Howard came out on top in a bunch sprint of six riders. Oscar Gaylor was second and Jordan Carter third, with Nicola Quaye the best girl in sixth spot.
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Barely recovered from his exertions in the mountain bike race, Alec Sorby scored his second win of the night in the under-8 and under-10 racing bikes, outsprinting Charlie Williams, T.J.Teare and Myles Le Geyt in the clamour for maximum points. May-Saa Smith was a close fifth and Cameron Hounsell edged top under-8 rider Brad Le Geyt in the rush for sixth.

Cian Howard also completed the double in the combined under-12 and under 14 girls racing bikes, fending off strong challenges from travelling companions Ivan Sorby and Oscar Gaylor who were second and third. Nicola Quaye got the better of Orry Lund, Sophie Smith and Rio Kelly in the scramble for fourth, while Ella Griffin bagged the U/14 girls’ prize in 11th spot.

In the under-14 and under-16 racing bikes Will Corkill notched up his ninth win of the series in a frantic sprint finish with six other riders. Tyler Hannay was second and Aaron Lund third. Zac Walker and Ralf Holden were the top under-14s in sixth and seventh places and Shellan Leeming the best girl in 13th position.

The final overall positions will be revealed at the prize presentation in the Villa Marina on Sunday, 16th September. Contact Dot on 480636 or e-mail for further details.


1. Jackson Roberts
2. David Leece
3. Eli Dawson
4. Euan Kinnish
5. Daisy Teare – 1st Girl
6. Harry Kinrade
7. Austin Baglow
8. Lucas Hi-Hanlon
9. Ethan Burgess
10. Jasper Anderson
11. Jasper Cain
12. Callen Quayle
13. Finlo Mitchell
14. Liam Lonergan
15. William McAllister
16. Eugene McKiernan
17. Noah Sykes
18. Leighton Curphey
19. Leo Kerr
20. Orry McSevney
21. Ewan McCubbin
22. Oliver Hutchinson
23. Xenia Munoz-Fite
24. Henry Quaye
25. Theodore Hawley
26. Isla-Rose Kennington
27. Alex Last
28. Layton Kelly
29. Orry Mitchell
30. Daniel Baker
31. Sammi Callow
32. Evangeline Sohaba
33. John Quaye
34. Laurie Gleave
35. Ava Quirk
36. Alexander Jones
37. Zachary Whyte
38. Jenson Baglow
39. Emily Calow
40. Elliot Dowd-Williams
41. Graihagh Halsall
42. Xara Quinn
43. Alfie Jacobs

1. Charlotte Ashall – 1st Girl
2. Austyn Skillicorn
3. Oliver Ford
4. Elliot Ferns
5. Heidi Kelly
6. Anabelle Harrison
7. Kilian Reynolds
8. Finlo Hoskisson
9. Steven Kennaugh
10. Abban Cowley
11. Theo Sykes
12. Tristan Halsall
13. Ffinlo Cannell
14. Matthew Kerr
15. Oscar Nation
16. Cameron Quirk
17. Benjamin Kinrade
18. Oliver Halligan
19. Oliver Maddrell
20. Rupert Walker
21. Mila-Grace Kirk
22. Baye Franklin
23. Isla Hall
24. Jude Anderson
25. Amelia Shortall
26. Robin Crespillo
27. Eliza Butterworth
28. Freya Curphey
29. Arthur Ward

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

BORN 2011
1. Jacob Wilson
2. Abigail Cowell – 1st Girl
3. Bernat Munoz-Fite
4. Alex McCullagh
5. Toby Costain
6. Charlie Dormer
7. Dylan Honeyman
8. Bobby Kerruish
9. Leo Gray
10. Madison Carter
11. Bobby Davenport
12. Samuel Kinnish
13. Bobby Kewley
14. Macaulay Teare
15. Finbar McSevney
16. Dan Bosendorfer
17. Rory Quayle
18. Ivy Quayle
19. Ben Leece
20. Darcy Killey
21. Lewis De Backer
22. Saskia Whyte
23. Juan Halsall
24. Nathaniel Sohaba
25. Isabella Calow

BORN 2010
1. Brad Le Geyt
2. Lula Kinnish – 1st Girl
3. Max Messenger
4. Thomas Hutchinson
5. Finlay Parsons
6. Daniel Minay
7. Alfie Kinrade
8. Rebecca Radcliffe
9. Landon Smith
10. Owen Kinrade
11. Joel Quayle
12. Ned Paul Hampton
13. Ed Ambrose Hampton
14. Zac Lund
15. Annie McKiernan
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BORN 2009
1. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
2. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
3. Abi Clayton
4. Cameron Hounsell
5. Eddie Dillon
6. Zach Jones
7. Tom Pickavance
8. Callum Christian
9. Henry Dormer
10. Lily-Ann Scott
11. Jazzy Dillon
12. Georgia Halsall
13. Ted Last
14. Ben Coole
15. Brian Hurst
16. Aden Dunkley-Nation

BORN 2008
1. Alec Sorby
2. T.J.Teare
3. Charlie Williams
4. Jonty Shimmin
5. Tiana Kelly – 1st Girl
6. Erin Halsall
7. Emily Rewsin
8. Lucy Cartwright

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

1. Alec Sorby
2. Charlie Williams
3. T.J.Teare
4. Myles Le Geyt
5. May-Saa Smith – 1st Girl
6. Cameron Hounsell
7. Brad Le Geyt
8. Alfie Mathieson-Nelson
9. Daniel Minay
10. Abi Clayton
11. Callum Christian
12. Eddie Dillon
13. Jacob Wilson
14. Zach Jones
15. Bernat Munoz-Fite
16. Finbar McSevney
17. Thomas Hutchinson
18. Alex McCullagh
19. Jonty Shimmin
20. Abigail Cowell
21. Tiana Kelly
22. Jazzy Dillon
23. Ted Last
24. Zac Lund
25. Poppy Clayton
26. Daisy Teare
27. Cameron Eyres

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

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


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