A local corporate creative from Betoota’s Old City District claims to have not even noticed that some of the biggest events on the nation’s sporting calendar took place over the long weekend.

Kylie Bretherington (42) says that while she knows everything there is to know about the toxic culture of Australia’s footballing codes, she actually has no idea when then they play their season deciders.

With the Melbourne Storm winning in the NRL, and the Tiges taking home the AFL premiership, Kylie says she didn’t even notice any of the fanfare, because she’s smart enough to have other interests that block out the mainstream Australian news cycles and basically any conversation with anyone.

“Sorry, I don’t follow sports ball!” quips Kylie.

“Couldn’t have told you who was playing who [haha]”

Kylie says that while she can understand that Australia does have a problematic obsession with sport and sports-betting, it is kind of offensive that she should be expected to know anything about one of the biggest sporting controversies in recent history, regardless of whether 95% of the eastern seaboard is talking about it.

“I was actually at a food and wine festival in the French Quarter.”

“There was a bit of cornhole and like some bocce but that’s about the only sports I was watching over the weekend [haha]”


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