ICC World T20 2016 Updates: Darren Bravo Withdraws After Pollard and Narine


ICC World T20 2016 Updates – Darren Bravo Pulls Out of World T20: The 6th edition of ICC World T20 is less than a month from beginning and the troubles for team West Indies keeps on increasing. It is still not 100% clear that whether the team will participate in the tournament or not as they are having dusputes with their board, West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) over the contract row of their players and their two of the most important players, Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine had already pulled back themselves from the competition. Now one of their star player Darren Bravo has withdrawn himself from the team.

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The reason which is coming behind the withdrawing of Bravo from World T20 is that he wants to focus more on the longest format of the game; the test cricket rather that the T20 format.

ICC World T20 2016 Updates

ICC World T20 2016 Updates

ICC World T20 2016 Updates

“I am very greatful and humbled for the opportunity to represent the West Indies at the World Cup. However, I am of the firm belief that I have a very big part to play in the resurgance of the West Indies cricket in the longer formats of the game and I would like to play in our Professional Cricket League because it will put me in good state and allow me to achieve these goals that I have aligned myself for the year 2016 and beyond that”, said Darren Bravo in a media release by WICB.

The earlier team that was selected by the national selectors was one of the most balanced team in the T20 championship, but after the withdrawal of the three main players, a big void has been created in the team.

Kieron Pollard has pulled out of the reason that he is currently under the rehab camp and will not be able to get completely fit before the tournament. While Sunil Narine gave the reason that he is working on his action as he has been banned for illegal bowling action.

The West Indies team had won the ICC World T20 back in 2012 when they outplayed Sri Lanka in the Finals and won their first world cup since 1979.

The team earlier had pulled out from the tour of India in between in 2014 due to the same reason of disputes between the players and the Board over the coontract issues of players and their salaries.

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