A great day for the JMB Cup


The JMB Cup has been running, since its inception in 2008, as a major fixture in the Carey and Caulfield Grammar sports calendar.  James Macready-Bryan was a dominant First XVIII player through his final years at school, so the JMB cup holds special significance every year, acting as a reminder to young people about responsibility for their actions and the importance of supporting mates.  This year, unfortunately, James was unable to attend but it was great to see the support and the signature orange laces as the boys battled it out on the football oval.

JMB Foundation board member Peter Woodbridge was on hand to speak about the importance of the Foundation’s work in addressing the ongoing needs of young people with acquired brain injury and their families.