Monday, 15 January 2018 19:14

Darren Bravo Seeks Inclusion In TT Squad For 50-over Series

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Uncertainty in cricketing circles as the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board seeks clarification on a possible change to the squad for the upcoming 50-over Series.

At the centre of the uncertainty is batsman Darren Bravo, and whether or not he can be drafted into the TT squad now after the original set of names were forwarded to the Board.

Bravo, just back from the Bangladeshi Premier League, reportedly informed National Coach Kelvin Williams of his availability for TT Final Regional Four-Day clash with champs Guyana starting this week, and the first eight games of the Super 50 Tournament which starts at the end of the month.

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