Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Tag Archives: Darren Bravo

West Indies´ Bravo returns for Bangladesh ODIs

DHAKA: Middle-order batsman Darren Bravo was recalled after more than two years away from ODI cricket as the West Indies named a 15-man squad for their three-match series against Bangladesh. Left-handed Bravo won the last of his 96 one-day international caps against Pakistan in October 2016, but returns after featuring ...

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Gayle unavailable, Pollard and Bravo back for West Indies

JAMAICA: West Indies welcomed back batsman Darren Bravo and all-rounder Kieron Pollard to their limited-overs squad but opener Chris Gayle has decided to skip their series in India and Bangladesh, Cricket West Indies has said. Bravo, whose stance and bat swing is modelled on his illustrious cousin Brian Lara, returns ...

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It’s good to be on the field, a smile on my face: David Warner

TORONTO: Australia opener out for 1 on return to cricket, but is “excited” to be back playing, reported ICC.  David Warner’s return to cricket since the ball-tampering scandal lasted all of two balls as he was bowled by Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga for 1 in their Global T20 Canada match ...

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Pollard, Darren Bravo, Narine, Russell, pick PSL over WC Qualifiers

BARBUDA: Leading players ruled themselves out in order to play in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Chris Gayle was named in the West Indies´ squad for the 2019 World Cup qualifying tournament. All-rounders Kieron Pollard and Andre Russell, spinner Sunil Narine and batsman Darren Bravo have all decided to miss ...

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PSL: Bash Bros set to take Pakistan by storm

SYDNEY: Brisbane’s “Bash Brothers” have taken the BBL by storm, and will team up again in the Pakistan Super League after Chris Lynn was the top pick in the PSL Draft overnight. Lynn, who is on the comeback trail from shoulder surgery, was taken by the Lahore Qalanders, who already ...

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Darren Bravo dropped from Windies squad for ‘idiot’ tweet

Batsman Darren Bravo has been dropped from the West Indies squad in Zimbabwe for a triangular one-day international series because of “unacceptable behaviour”, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said. Bravo was replaced by Jason Mohammed in the 15-man squad one day after he described WICB chairman Dave Cameron as ...

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