You're guaranteed to hear plenty of football and netball discussions in the Odewahn household.
After countless years in roles at both Ovens and Murray league and club level, Kim and Anthony have seen it all.
Anthony has spent the last four years as secretary of the league's tribunal and admits there's rarely a dull moment.
"You learn a lot, I've heard a few arguments in my time," he said.
Kim is currently deputy chair of the O and M and has contributed countless hours to the league's netball competition.
But one passion they both share is interleague netball and football.
They agree it's something they hope to see continued for years to come.
"We love interleague, it's a priority for us," Kim said.
"Regional country clubs love it and there's a lot of rivalry."
The pair admit their involvement with interleague has seen them establish friendships throughout the clubs.
They've also enjoyed seeing players climb through the O and M ranks, with Anthony having coached several of the league's stars as juniors.
"The likes of Matt Pendergast, Luke Garland and Nick Holman have all gone on to be handy players," he said
"There's been a fair few go through."
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"Darren Harris at Raiders, Darren Denneman at Wodonga and Tim Sanson at Lavington all had different quirks," he said.
"To be around people like that and see how they handle things is always a joy."
Seeing the open team claim victory at the netball state championships in 2008 remains a highlight for Kim, while she also cherishes her time as team manager for Wodonga's first A-grade premiership side.
"I think that's a very special thing that not a lot of people get," she said.
"It was a wonderful thing to see the hard work from the girls pay off."
Kim also played an integral part in establishing the Ovens and Murray netball team of the past 25 years, a task she recounts as difficult.
"There's so many talented people that have been there from 1993," she said.
"It was extremely hard."
After watching their own kids come through the league's netball and football system, the pair admit it's great to see the cycle of family names continue as each generation emerges.
"That's the best thing about the the Ovens and Murray and Tallangatta leagues, it's lovely for families to feel connected with a club," Kim said.
"It's great for kids to come through and stay at that one club.
"It's a great feeling to be involved."
With football and netball seasons still yet to take off due to the coronavirus, Anthony admits he has some concerns for clubs.
"I have reservations about what it's going to cost the clubs," he said.
"There's a lot of wheeling and dealing clubs will have to do to stay in the game.