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CWI hopes Bravo continues to contribute to regional cricket after international retirement

CWI hopes Bravo continues to contribute to regional cricket after international retirement

Dwayne Bravo has infectious energy and enthusiasm for the game according to Cricket West Indies Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams.

Bravo, who has played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20is, announced his retirement from international cricket last night, ending his twelve year stint at the West Indies level.

Adams says the all rounder has been an outstanding performer across all three formats.

Meanwhile, CWI CEO, Johnny Grave hopes Bravo can continue to contribute to T&T and West Indies cricket in the future.

Most recently, DJ captained the Trinbago Knight Riders to back to back Caribbean Premier League titles.

He remains in the T&T Red Force squad for the Super50 Cup semis against the CCC Marooners on Friday (October 26th).

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October 25th, 2018

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