Bravo returns with ton in Twenty20 match
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo made a blazing return to competitive cricket with a brilliant century in the Trinidad and Tobago Carib 20/20 Series. The effervescent 25-year-old made 126 off 85 balls with 13 fours and six sixes for Queen’s Park Cricket Club against Woodland. He has been out of the game since September last year when he had ankle surgery in the United States. He is hoping to make a return during the One-Day International Series against England.
Bravo was recently in Antigua with the West Indies team where he had checks with team physiotherapist C.J Clark.
In his international career Bravo has played 31 Test matches and 88 One-Dayers. He led the West Indies in a Test and five ODIs in South Africa when captain Chris Gayle was injured.