Road: Royal London 360 Youth League

Road: Royal London 360 Youth League

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Location: National Sports Centre, Isle of Man
Event: 23 August 2011
Report: Dot Tilbury

Despite the travelling difficulties caused by the road closures for the Manx Grand Prix motorcycle races, there was another good turnout of 229 competitors at the NSC for the nineteenth and penultimate round of Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man's youth league.

Alexander Galloway opened the proceedings with a clear win in the novices' class. Peter Lloyd was a safe second and leading girl Rebecca Walmsley pipped Sydney Ann Patterson in the dash for third. Liam Bedford led Kate Morris, Eddy Dillon and Aoife Hartley home for fifth, while Freddie Griffin beat Rebecca Parker and Rubi Skillen to the line for ninth.

In the born 2006 and later category Corey Peters went from the gun, leaving the rest of the field in his wheel tracks to fight over the minor placings. Ivan Sorby and Ryan Edwards filled the final two slots on the podium and Harry Callin got the verdict over Samuel Devereau, Edward Marsh, Peter Cope and Alfie Swales in the battle for fourth. Charlie Convery took the bunch sprint for ninth, with Hollie Palmer grabbing the girls' prize in twelfth spot.

Niall Colquitt got away from a five-strong leading group to bag maximum points for a fifth time in the born 2005 event. Fourteen times winner Harry Kneen outgunned Jacob O'Boyle, Zachary Dowson and Mairi Harrison to salvage second and Chloe Dillon overcame James Scott, Oliver Sykes and Frank Kinnish in the gallop for sixth. Charlie Cowin held off chasers Tom Corrin, Luca Moretta and Matthew Young to round off the top ten.

Following a closely contested sprint finish, breakaway companions Cameron Dudley and Oliver Harrison were awarded joint first place in the born 2004 class. Joshua Dudley got the better of Daniel Keen, Adam Price and Billy Kennedy in the rush for third and relative newcomer Joshua Leece did well to snatch seventh from James Devereau. Ninth place went to Jack Sowerby and Megan Boardman was the first girl in a very good tenth place.

Jonty Bregazzi scored his second success of the season in the born 2003 age group, outsprinting Matthew Black, Jack Christian, Zac Walker and Dillon Dowson in the final gallop for the chequered flag. Jack Collister took sixth ahead of Jamie Gelling and Thomas Young.

In the born 2002 race Percy Hampton powered away from the field to score an impressive solo victory. James Harrison got the better of Corrin Leeming and Nicholas Kissack in the battle for second, with top girl Shellan Leeming a lonely fifth.

Adam Scarffe took the honours in the poorly supported born 2001 race, while Adam Kelly was too strong for Alex Cain Ben Christian and Tara Ferguson in the sprint at the end of the born 2000 and earlier grouping.

In the under 10 racing bikes Adam Scarffe outsprinted ten fellow front-runners to secure his second win of the night. Conor Gelling pipped Percy Hampton for second and Emily Bridson took the girls' award in seventh spot. A last lap attack gave Conor Davies a well deserved victory in the under 12 racing bikes and Jamie Dudley edged out breakaway partner Josh Knights for his eighth win in the under 16's. Matthew Davies took the sprint for third and the in- form Sophie Black was the first girl in ninth place.



1. Alexander Galloway
2. Peter Lloyd
3. Rebecca Walmsley - 1st girl
4. Sydney Ella Patterson
5. Liam Bedford
6. Kate Morris
7. Eddy Dillon
8. Aoife Hartley
9. Freddie Griffin
10. Rebecca Parker
11. Rubi Skillen
12. Lula Thomas
13. Lennon Moore
14. Myles Le Geyt
15. Summer Peters
16. Joseph Devereau
17. Fearne Bregazzi
18. Colby Newbold
19. Alec Sorby
20. Maria Moore
21. Megan Callin
22. Ollie Eyres
23. Lucy Clarke
24. Samuel Clarke
25. Owen Pilley
26. Lewis Quirk
27. Lewis Craine
28. Robert Tomlinson
29. Kelly Domingo
30. Mian Watterson
31. Niamh Smith
32. Max Convery
33. Isabella Clarke
34. Lewin Scarffe
35. Libby Jeyes
36. Lili-Ann Scott
37. Charlotte Field

Born 2006 and later

1. Corey Peters
2. Ivan Sorby
3. Ryan Edwards
4. Harry Callin
5. Samuel Devereau
6. Edward Marsh
7. Peter Cope
8. Alfie Swales
9. Charlie Convery
10. Ethan Bratty
11. Orry Purcell
12. Hollie Palmer - 1st girl
13. Jack Robbins
14. Ruby McCubbin
15. Rio Kelly
16. Sophie Smith
17. Samuel Cowin
18. Dylan Tattersall
19. Florence Griffin
20. Ralph Scott
21. Harry Eyres
22. Toby Chestnut
23. Idan Ashkenazi
24. Tadgh Hall
25. Lucy Field
26. Ellis Sharman
27. Edward Field
28. Rebecca Cooil
29. Alfie Corrin
30. George Kinnish
31. Sinead Moore

Born 2005

1. Niall Colquitt
2. Harry Kneen
3. Jacob O'Boyle
4. Zachary Dowson
5. Mairi Harrison - 1st girl
6. Chloe Dillon
7. James Scott
8. Oliver Sykes
9. Frank Kinnish
10. Charlie Cowin
11. Tom Corrin
12. Luca Moretta
13. Matthew Young
14. Daniel Martin
15. Harvey Coole
16. Cormac Jeanneau
17. Ella Griffin
18. Cormac Ewan
19. Harry Boyle
20. Callum Salisbury
21. Chloe Comaish
22. Aaron Christian
23. Charlotte Clarke
24. Joshua Clarke
25. Bethan Cubbon
26. Rhiannon Oliver
27. Fraser Clarke
28. Daniel Friel
29. Juan Domingo
30. Sophie Bolton
31. Jack Barry
32. Ajay Roberts
33. Eimear Boyle
34. Claire Mason
35. Joe Lavender
36. Tyler Whyment
37. Shannon Moore
38. Josef Bell
39. Jacob Brookes

Born 2004

1. Oliver Harrison
= Cameron Dudley
3. Joshua Dudley
4. Daniel Keen
5. Adam Price
6. Billy Kennedy
7. Joshua Leece
8. James Devereau
9. Jack Sowerby
10. Megan Boardman - 1st girl
11. Edward Teare
12. Cameron Hawes
13. Charley Knight
14. Mia Worthington
15. Owen Chestnut
16. Kiera Prentice
17. Harry Whitehouse
18. William Parkes
19. Lucy Worthington
20. Marcella Dillon
21. Mia Warren
22. Nancy Wheeler
23. Lucy Corlett
24. Charlie Swales
25. Emma Cunningham
26. Blae Richardson
27. George Graham
28. Philip Bridson
29. Anna Price
30. Kirree Moore
31. Rob Molesworth
32. Morgan Faragher

Born 2003

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

Born 2002

1. Percy Hampton
2. James Harrison
3. Corrin Leeming
4. Nicholas Kissack
5. Shellan Leeming - 1st girl
6. Ethan Quirk
7. Tom Kermode
8. Anna Kelly
9. Toby Young
10. Caitlin Christian
11. Nathan Smith
12. Jamie McCann

Born 2001

1. Adam Scarffe
2. Max Walker
3. Daniel Sowerby
4. Sean Young

Born 2000 and earlier

1. Adam Kelly
2. Alex Cain
3. Ben Christian
4. Tara Ferguson - 1st girl
5. Abby Quirk
6. Ciara Sowerby
7. Ben Cunningham
8. Joseph Corkish
9. Lewis Parker
10. Ruby Kennedy
11. Cameron Mallinson
12. Sean Maxwell
13. Harry Cain
14. Livi Sands
15. Breesha Moore
16. Adam Callow

Under 10 racing bikes

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

Under 12 racing bikes

1. Conor Davies
2. Eleanor Davies - 1st girl
3. Liam McCann
4. Thomas Bostock
5. Daniel Scarffe
6. Ben Christian
7. Adam Kelly

Under 16 racing bikes

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

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.