Change is inevitable in the world in which we live.
The proposal here is that we do not wish to ‘throw out the baby with the bath water”. What we must have is a strong sensitivity to the benefits of analysis of what obtained, what obtains and what is possible with change.
Many people are fearful of change and this is particularly so within sporting organisations where some are only apt to observing the travel opportunities.
Our sporting organisations cannot resist the importance of change already taken on board at the international level. It is the very fear of change that has left the West Indies Cricket Board so stymied that it remains a veritable fossil among sporting organisations.
National sporting associations must come together more often to fashion the future of their respective organisations in the best interest of all of St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Our individual and collective futures all depend on the capacity of the national sports organisations to recognise their current status, engage in profound analysis and make the changes that are necessary. Therein lies their role in the broader national development of St Vincent and the Grenadines.