South Australian MPs have remained tight lipped around a current ICAC (Indoor Cricket Association Competition) investigation. Not because they have anything to hide, they’re just really confused why there is suddenly all this interest around their Wednesday night social team at the Modbury ICA, Legislature Before Wicket.
Taking some initiative for a change, and also because we had a match before their team last night, Adelaide Mail spoke with one of the MPs under ICAC investigation, Backbench Deputy Shadow Independent Incumbent Member Cabinet Minister for State Profligation and Legislation, the Dishonorable Andrew Westerrace MP, as he was putting on some safety goggles before going in to field. (Seriously, investigate that, only goobers wear the goggles in indoor cricket).
Westerrace stated ‘We have nothing to hide at all, except our batting averages. All we do is come here every Wednesday night, play our game, lose, verbally abuse the teenage umpires, drink a reasonably priced Carlton Cold at the Cheers Bar, yeah I don’t know how they still stock them either, then watch the next team and comment on how we could beat them’.
The Indoor Cricket Association Competition (ICAC) investigation apparently relates to several matters, including why it is so difficult to get into the net on the WACA court, how so much sand from the volleyball court get on to the GABBA pitch again, if those guys really will be waiting for us in the car park after our match, and why it is so hard to find a decent photo online of ICA Modbury (we know it’s not the right one, get over it).
Listen to our interview with the Dishonorable Andrew Westerrace MP about travel allowances in our latest podcast episode: