In reply to Barry
After the 1976 olympic we saw the changes in Australia ministry ], separating Culture from sports and having to separate ministries.
My close West Indies partners here been talking about it from that time.
A number of former canadian Winter Olympian moved to Australia as coaches, I wore to church an Aussie cricket tie yesterday, the only gift I kept from the embarrasment I received from an Aussie, at our Christmas celebration.
My brother in law was happy to wear the Australian blazer, hat and what ever I did not want.
It was at that time I saw cricket was becoming more of a professional sport, and what we were doing to produce players, had to change.
Innovation means not being stuck in the past
Bro, this is a guy, that in order to golf, took golf lessons, in order to dance, took golf lessons.
I had no choice, I was married into a Suzuki music family
One of my closest friends move home to Antigua, apart from his work, cricket was his life, after seeing what was going on in Antigua, he stayed far away.
I glad he did, because I know him.
He came back once to represent Calgary cricket association, in a land deal, that was will for cricket.
Our East Indian fans was giving it away, being yes people, and not getting legal representation to assist them
My Antiguan brother having his own Real Estate firm, having every documentation of cricket in the province was well equip to deal with the situation.
I am a 70 year old man, surrounded by family that make me think.