IoM Youth League Reaches Conclusion

IoM Youth League Reaches Conclusion


Location: National Sports Centre, Isle of Man
Event: 30 August 2011
Report: Dot Tilbury

Two hundred and forty four competitors were present for the twentieth and final round of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man's 2011 Youth League with British Cycling's Go Ride North West Regional Development Manager Alex Scoular there to witness the action.

The novices were the first to take to the track and it was Alexander Galloway who eventually took the honours after a close battle with leading girl Sydney Ella Patterson. Third place went to Lisa Martin and Kate Morris beat Matthew Gledhill for fourth. Peter Lloyd held off Aoife Hartley in the dash for sixth and Sophie Keen stayed clear of a six-strong chasing group to claim eighth place. Freddie Griffin and impressive newcomer Rebecca Parker rounded off the top ten.

In the born 2006 and later age group Corey Peters outsprinted Cian Jackson to bag his sixth success of the series. Ivan Sorby was a safe third ahead of Edward Marsh and Charley Convery, while Harry Callin led Alfie Swales, Ryan Edwards, Peter Cope, Corbin Stewart and Lucy Barnett over the line for sixth. The fast finishing Orry Purcell overtook Ethan Bratty, Hollie Palmer and Rio Kelly in the final few metres to grab twelfth.

Niall Colquitt got the better of arch rival Harry Kneen in the battle for the top slot in the born 2005 event. Jacob O'Boyle and Oliver Sykes clipped off the front of the main chasing group to take third and fourth respectively, with James Scott outgunning Chloe Dillon and Frank Kinnish in the gallop for fifth. Tom Corrin beat Daniel Martin to the line for eighth and Charlie Cowin led Harry Boyle in to claim tenth.

Continuing his end of season run of good form, Cameron Dudley notched up his fourth successive win in the born 2004 category, edging out Oliver Harrison in the final sprint for the chequered flag. Joshua Dudley came from behind to snatch third from Billy Kennedy, Daniel Keen, Adam Price and Joshua Leece, while former frontrunner Nathan Slack salvaged eighth ahead of pursuers Callum Crellin, Megan Boardman, Owen Chestnut and Mia Worthington. Kirk Michael's Cameron Hawes pipped Edward Teare for thirteenth and Archie Callaghan did very well to finish fifteenth on his racing debut.

A determined Matthew Black was too strong for breakaway partners Thomas Skillicorn, Zac Walker and Jack Christian in the sprint for the number one spot in the born 2003 race. Jamie Gelling was a solid fifth and Thomas Young put in a late surge to take sixth ahead of Darcy Cain, Jack Collister and Ryan Quirk. The consistent Matthew Cooil completed the top ten.

Corrin Leeming powered away from the field for a comfortable solo victory in the born 2002 class. Nicholas Kissack and Shellan Leeming trailed in for second and third and Jack Whitelegg overcame Tom Kermode and Anna Kelly in the fight for fourth. Jamie McCann slid off on the final corner of the final lap but remounted to finish tenth.

Just six riders lined up for the start of the born 2001 three lapper, with Max Walker outsprinting Adam Scarffe for the win and Cullen Gell beating George Ratcliffe in the scrap for third. Sean Young was fifth and Jodie Fox sixth. In the following born 2000 and earlier grouping Adam Kelly got the better of Alex Cain, Lucas Mudie, Ben Christian and Tara Ferguson in the final push for the line. Lewis Parker had the edge on Ben Cunningham in the tussle for sixth.

Picking up from where he left off, Tosh Teare returned from holiday to score a sixth consecutive win in the under 10 racing bikes. Aaron Lund took the runners-up spot from Tyler Cain, Max Walker, Juan Kneen, Adam Scarffe, Conor Gelling and Will Corkill. Ninth place went to Corey Hill and Emily Bridson was the first girl home in a good tenth place. Eight riders contested the finish of the under 12 racing bikes, with William Draper getting the verdict over Thomas Bostock and the ever improving Liam McCann. The girls' prize went to Eleanor Davies in seventh spot.

With the light fading fast, the under 16's race was reduced to twelve laps. Leon Mazzone got away in the closing stages and stayed clear to the finish for a well deserved maiden win. Jake Kelly narrowly beat Jamie Dudley for second and Matthew Davies took fourth ahead of Josh Knights and Nathan Draper, who was the first B rider (under 14) across the line. Anna Christian, Breeshey Cain and Sophie Black were the top three girls in tenth, thirteenth and fourteenth positions.

A total of 645 competitors took part in this year's series with an average of 285 riders turning out for each of the twenty rounds staged. The final overall positions in the league will be revealed at the prize presentation in the Villa Marina on Sunday 9 October.

Tosh Teare Voted Royal London 360's Rider Of The Month For July

British Cycling NW Development Manager Alex Scoular presenting Tosh with his award

British Cycling North West Development Manager Alex Scoular presenting Tosh with his award

Ten year-old Tosh Teare has been voted Team Royal London 360's rider of the month for July. The Manx youngster receives the award for the excellent performances he has been producing this year both on and off the island.

Still a relative newcomer, Tosh has dominated his class in the Royal London 360 Tuesday night youth league at the NSC, securing the overall honours after just twelve of the twenty rounds had been completed. He also picked up six wins in the under 10 racing bike class to finish a very good third overall.

One of the highlights of Tosh's season came at the British National Youth Circuit Race Championships in Bradford on July 24 when he finished a superb third in the under 10's category. Although the race was a non-championship event, the result was a good indication of just how much progress Tosh has made in 2011.

In recognition of his achievements Tosh receives a commemorative trophy and £50 in cash, presented to him by British Cycling's North West Development Manager Alex Scoular at the final round of the league.



1. Alexander Galloway
2. Sydney-Ella Patterson
3. Lisa Martin
4. Kate Morris
5. Matthew Gledhill
6. Peter Lloyd
7. Aoife Hartley
8. Sophie Keen
9. Freddie Griffin
10. Rebecca Parker
11. Myles Le Geyt
12. Lula Thomas
13. Eddy Dillon
14. Rubi Skillen
15. Summer Peters
16. Alec Sorby
17. Liam Bedford
18. Ollie Eyres
19. Owen Pilley
20. Mian Watterson
21. Megan Callin
22. Jack Smith
23. Colby Newbold
24. Maria Moore
25. Lewis Quirk
26. Ella Darnill
27. Lewis Caine
28. Ruby Palmer
29. Joshua Tyrer
30. Libby Jeyes
31. Oliver Guest
32. Lucy Clarke
33. Robert Tomlinson
34. Lewin Scarffe
35. Isabella Clarke
36. William Lomas
37. Lily-Ann Scott
38. Niamh Smith
39. Ben Coole
40. Amy Corran
41. Max Convery
42. Isla Palmer

Born 2006 and later

1. Corey Peters
2. Cian Jackson
3. Ivan Sorby
4. Edward Marsh
5. Charlie Convery
6. Harry Callin
7. Alfie Swales
8. Ryan Edwards
9. Peter Cope
10. Corbin Stewart
11. Lucy Barnett - 1st girl
12. Orry Purcell
13. Ethan Bratty
14. Hollie Palmer
15. Rio Kelly
16. Ralph Scott
17. Ruby McCubbin
18. Dylan Tattersall
19. Florence Griffin
20. Sophie Smith
21. Harry Eyres
22. Jack Robbins
23. Jack Mylchreest
24. Haydn Freestone
25. Samuel Cowin
26. Rebecca Cooil
27. Tom Darnill
28. Lydia Wylie
29. Grace Kelly
30. Edward Field
31. Charlie Scarffe
32. Callum Clague
33. Tadgh Hall
34. Lucy Field
35. Toby Chestnut
36. Ed Coole
37. Sarah Bridson
38. Alfie Corrin

Born 2005

1. Niall Colquitt
2. Harry Kneen
3. Jacob O'Boyle
4. Oliver Sykes
5. James Scott
6. Chloe Dillon - 1st girl
7. Frank Kinnish
8. Tom Corrin
9. Daniel Martin
10. Charlie Cowin
11. Harry Boyle
12. Luca Moretta
13. Chloe Comaish
14. Harvey Coole
15. Ella Griffin
16. Matthew Young
17. Jack Corran
18. Callum Salisbury
19. Nathan Kennaugh
20. Bethan Cubbon
21. Claire Mason
22. Joey Magee
23. Charlotte Clarke
24. Luka Warren
25. Jack Barry
26. Fraser Clarke
27. Tyler Annis
28. Tommy Ralston
29. Matilda Clague
30. Eimear Boyle
31. Sophie Bolton
32. Cormac Jeanneau
33. Rhiannon Oliver
34. Joe Lavender
35. Tyler Whyment
36. Shannon Moore
37. Callum Freestone
38. Rosie Baxter
39. Josef Bell
40. Jacob Brookes

Born 2004

1. Cameron Dudley
2. Oliver Harrison
3. Joshua Dudley
4. Billy Kennedy
5. Daniel Keen
6. Adam Price
7. Joshua Leece
8. Nathan Slack
9. Callum Crellin
10. Megan Boardman - 1st girl
11. Owen Chestnut
12. Mia Worthington
13. Cameron Hawes
14. Edward Teare
15. Archie Callaghan
16. Oliver Wylie
17. Lucy Worthington
18. Nancy Wheeler
19. Jayden Stewart
20. Toby Wylie
21. Samuel Mitchell
22. Marcella Dillon
23. Sam Barnett
24. Philip Bridson
25. Charlie Swales
26. Kirree Moore
27. Rob Molesworth
28. George Graham
29. Bailey Fox
30. Emma Cunningham
31. David de Weert
32. Ryan Blair
33. Hannah Palmer
34. Anna Price

Born 2003

1. Matthew Black
2. Thomas Skillicorn
3. Zac Walker
4. Jack Christian
5. Jamie Gelling
6. Thomas Young
7. Darcy Cain - 1st girl
8. Jack Collister
9. Ryan Quirk
10. Matthew Cooil
11. Seth Coole
12. Freddie Ralston
13. Emily Kinley
14. Scott Mason
15. Kieran Bratty
16. Sam Cunningham
17. Kieran Halsall
18. Neill Maxwell
19. Spencer Clarke
20. Josh Gilardoni
21. Ryan Colquitt

Born 2002

1. Corrin Leeming
2. Nicholas Kissack
3. Shellan Leeming - 1st girl
4. Jack Whitelegg
5. Tom Kermode
6. Anna Kelly
7. Nathan Smith
8. Scarlett Clague
9. Millie Palmer
10. Jamie McCann

Born 2001

1. Max Walker
2. Adam Scarffe
3. Cullen Gell
4. George Ratcliffe
5. Sean Young
6. Jodie Fox - 1st girl

Born 2000 and earlier

1. Adam Kelly
2. Alex Cain
3. Lucas Mudie
4. Ben Christian
5. Tara Ferguson - 1st girl
6. Lewis Parker
7. Ben Cunningham
8. Harry Cain
9. Ruby Kennedy
10. Cameron Mallinson
11. Emma Nicholson
12. Sean Maxwell
13. Adam Callow
14. William Moore
15. Breesha Moore

Under 10 racing bikes

1. Tosh Teare
2. Aaron Lund
3. Tyler Cain
4. Max Walker
5. Juan Kneen
6. Adam Scarffe
7. Conor Gelling
8. Will Corkill
9. Corey Hill
10. Emily Bridson - 1st girl
11. Callum Bratty
12. Chloe Crellin
13. Matthew Black
14. Oliver Harrison
15. Corrin Leeming
16. Blae Cain
17. Thomas Skillicorn
18. Zac Walker
19. Jack Christian
20. Jamie Gelling
21. Shellan Leeming
22. Darcy Cain
23. Cameron Dudley
24. Anna Kelly
25 Joshua Dudley
26. Chloe Dillon
27. Cameron Hawes
28. Kieran Bratty
29. Chloe Comaish

Under 12 racing bikes

1. William Draper
2. Thomas Bostock
3. Liam McCann
4. Daniel Scarffe
5. Charlie Gibson
6. Callum Clague
7. Eleanor Davies - 1st girl
8. Ben Christian
9. Kaitlin Slack
10. Adam Kelly
11. Alex Cain
12. Tara Ferguson

Under 16 racing bikes

1. Leon Mazzone
2. Jake Kelly
3. Jamie Dudley
4. Matthew Davies
5. Josh Knights
6. Nathan Draper
7. Matthew Bostock
8. Owen Dudley
9. Joseph Haddock
10. Anna Christian - 1st girl
11. Jamie Everitt
12. Rory McCann
13. Breeshey Cain
14. Sophie Black
15. Conor Davies
16. Phoebe Ferguson
17. Daniel de Weert
18. Daniel Ward
19. Ben Cunningham
20. Cameron Mallinson
21. Matthew Ward
22. Megan Comaish