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West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo praised the performances of his Trinidad and Tobago teammates, but lamented the bad weather that negatively affected their matches throughout the first half of the West Indies Cricket Board Tournament.

Bravo, speaking with the Express during a West Indies team training session at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain yesterday, commended his younger brother, Darren, saying: "He has been good with the bat and I am happy to see that he has been very consistent this season."

Darren Bravo scored 97 in T&T's first match against Barbados and has gone on to make his maiden first class century-105 against Windwards- and 111 against Barbados in the return game at Guaracara Park, as well as 70 in the loss to Jamaica in the last round.

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