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Bravo eager for playing time
HOVE – Darren Bravo felt it was unfortunate that there was so little play in the West Indies’ tour opener against Sussex, which ended in a no-result yesterday. The West Indies left-hander was just getting into the thick of things, when the unstable weather that has dogged the visitors since their arrival brought an early close on the final day of the three-day match at the PROBIZ County Ground. Bravo was 19 not out, as West Indies reached 90 for three in their first innings after 16 overs were possible before bad light and rain combined to chase the players off the field for the final time. “It is a bit frustrating,” said Bravo. “The guys wanted to get out there and get acclimatised to the conditions as much as possible. “We have a Test starting in 10 days time and it is very important that we get as much match practice as possible...but we can do nothing about this.”
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