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first_imgBrookes 10 – 8 Greyhounds FREEZING cold conditions did nothing to deter players on either side from attacking with physicality, but Brookes’ staunch defending denied the Greyhounds a second victory to follow their more assured performance at Iffley just over a month ago.From kick-off Oxford carried the ball through the forwards, which proved successful when they scored after just five minutes. A solid lineout gave them good ball from which the forwards could apply pressure on their opponents defence and a rolling maul tumbled over the line to put 5 points on the board. Unlike at the home fixture, Brookes responded quickly to the Greyhounds’ attempt to control the match, and a late tackle on their fly-half put them in a good position. A smoothly executed move saw the ball passed deftly through the backs and put the Brookes full-back in the corner, where he dived over the line to draw his team level.The ‘hounds pack worked hard to dominate up front, but without first-phase ball the backs struggled to link up, and handling errors prevented them from scoring on a few promising breaks. They were also restricted by very aggressive tackling, and the Brookes’ flanker was sent to the sin bin after a series of over-zealous tackles.With the score drawn at 5-5, the game was punctuated with penalties as both teams were caught offside, with Oxford’s scrum-half eventually sent off for 10 minutes. But the winger salvaged three points just before half-time, when Brookes were blown up for pulling down a maul, and the ball sailed between the posts to give the visitors the advantage going into the second half.In an unusual decision, the referee responded to claims against Brookes for foul play in the ruck with a yellow card for the Greyhounds. They then struggled in the scrum and the home side’s flanker burst out to make a break up the left wing and score. In the last quarter, the ‘hounds were unlucky not to score with the ball held-up over the line and a missed penalty, but their inability to convert late possession into chances was testament to the resiliance of the underdogs’ defence.last_img read more


first_imgGoldcoast Sotheby’s is located at 200 34th Street in Ocean City. (Photos courtesy Goldcoast Sotheby’s International Realty) Goldcoast Sotheby’s is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan and Tyler Huck to the Ocean City real estate team.Working full time in real estate since 2015, the Hucks have honed their real estate skills by combining their background in sales with their unwavering knowledge of the Ocean City landscape, as their family is third generation with strong roots in the community, according to a press release.The twin brothers both graduated from Ocean City High School, furthering their rowing careers and education at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, where both served as team-elected captains of the varsity heavyweight rowing program in their senior years.Upon graduation, Ryan worked as an account executive in the corporate world before turning his attention full time to real estate. Tyler held positions in corporate sales and customer service during a stint in Jacksonville, Fla., before returning to his hometown roots.Since making the transition to full time real estate, the Huck brothers have been awarded the Circle of Excellence Sales Award every year since 2017, being one of the fastest growing real estate teams in the area.When not at work, both Ryan and Tyler enjoy the perks of island living — surfing, fishing, golf and running on the Boardwalk.The Huck brothers combine their passion for real estate, specializing in primary, secondary and investment rental or mixed-use property sales, with their unique understanding of Ocean City and surrounding areas, the release said.“These characteristics allow the Huck Brothers to provide top notch real estate expertise with unparalleled customer service to a multitude of clients — whether buying or selling as homeowners, rental investors or business developers,” according to the release.The Huck brothers look forward to continuing their growth and excellence of service within the community of Goldcoast Sotheby’s International Realty.Contact The Huck Brothers at (609) 425-8824 or [email protected] HuckTyler Hucklast_img read more