Step Back Think Cup 2014

There is always plenty on the line when Victorian Premier Cricket Clubs Melbourne University take on Camberwell Magpies. However there is even more to play for now, with the introduction of the Step Back Think Cup. All four XI's now compete for the cup. "It is a fantastic initiative and one that we are very proud to be a part of" explained Melbourne University captain coach Jarod  Leggett. "Most trophies that we play for are just between the clubs' first XI.

Street violence effects all young men so it is very appropriate that all the boys playing are made very aware of the dangers of one punch. Camberwell batsmen legend Simon Hill said he has been impressed with the way the clubs had embraced the step back think message. "All players wear orange shoe laces, and listen to a presentation during the week on the ways that they can help avoid potentially dangerous situations when they are out and about." Melbourne University speed machine Mark Stafford said "the highlight of the day was having James MacReady Bryan and his dad Andrew (a former University cricketer) come down to present the winning team (Melbourne Uni.) with the trophy.