Like Chris Gayle did with the Jamaica Scorpions, Dwayne Bravo is set to close a chapter in his cricketing career when the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force play the Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners in the semi-final of the regional Super50 tournament on Friday. The 35 year old has called time on his international career after a turbulent period with the board of Cricket West Indies.
However, Bravo will continue to play Twenty20 cricket domestically across the world. In a statement released to the media, Bravo said, "Today I want to confirm to the cricket world that I have officially retired from international cricket in all formats of the game". With his announcement, Bravo has drawn a line under any potential international comeback with the ICC Cricket World Cup months away.
Bravo made his debut in 2004, and played 40 tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20s, although his last international appearance was more than two years ago, in a T20 encounter against Pakistan in September 2016.