Darren Bravo


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Med-Fast

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He is the younger half-brother of Dwayne Bravo, and he and Brian Lara are first cousins once removed.


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Med-Fast




West Indies

West Indies


Darren Bravo comes from a strong cricketing background – Dwayne Bravo is his half-brother and Brian Lara his mother’s cousin.

The batsman is renowned for his poise at the crease and although relatively inexperienced, has already experienced plenty of success.

Playing in his maiden ODI against India in mid-2009 and batting at number six, Bravo hit his first two balls to the boundary in an entertaining knock of 19.

His T20 debut followed in 2010, before a maiden Test appearance in November of the same tear.

Bravo entered the Test series against Sri Lanka full of confidence after another impressive first-class season. He looked an accomplished batsman in his first series, hitting three polished half-centuries on his way to an average of 68.66.

Bravo now has eight Test and three ODI hundreds.

Bravo slams six sixes in 10 balls to secure victory

West Indian Darren Bravo and Kiwi star Brendon McCullum chase down victory target of 86 in just 32 deliveries in an incredible CPL clash in St Kitts

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Bravo Lara, says Darren after mighty ton

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo says his ton was inspired by legend Brian Lara , while he is optimistic about his side's chances against Australia in the final

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Not enough of us stepped up: de Villiers

South Africa captain AB de Villiers expresses his disappointment after his side's batting collapse against the West Indies, reflecting on his own form

Six sixes in 10 balls completes T20 heist

Darren Bravo and Brendon McCullum chase down victory target of 86 in just 32 deliveries in CPL clash

Barred Bravo told to delete 'big idiot' tweet

Windies board boss calls on left-hander to remove the tweet that begun his exile from international cricket

Bravo axed after 'big idiot' tweet

Star batsman stood down for series in Zimbabwe after calling on WICB chief Dave Cameron to resign