Bravo for Woodworm


Woodworm has signed West Indian all-rounder Dwayne Bravo on a new 3-year deal.

Bravo’s recent successful tour of Australia coincided with his previous Woodworm contract coming to an end and with demand for his signature having increased significantly,Woodworm moved quickly to ensure that Bravo remained in their stable which includes Andrew Flintoff, Kevin Pietersen,Muttiah Muralitharan and James Anderson.

Joe Sillett,Managing Director ofWoodworm underlined the importance of this ongoing relationship: “Dwayne has already demonstrated in his international career to date that he is a player of immense potential. In 9 test matches, he has already scored two hundreds and recorded two six-wicket hauls against top class opposition.With time on his side at the age of 22, Dwayne has a very bright future and we at Woodworm want to be a part of that.His all-round cricketing skills, allied to his desire to reach the top make him a perfect Woodworm ambassador.”

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