After eight months of controversy, the impasse between Cricket West Indies and batsman Darren Bravo appears to be over. The Trinidadian batsman has removed a controversial tweet which was at the centre of him not being selected to represent the regional side.
The problem ignited eight months ago when Bravo in response to comments made by Cricket West Indies President Dave Cameron, used his personal social media site twitter to berate the president, labelling him a “big idiot”.
Cricket West Indies immediately said Bravo was in breach of the Code of Ethics and would not be selected to play for the West Indies until he removed the tweet and apologized.
On Thursday, Cricket West Indies in a release, indicated that Bravo had removed the tweet and apologized to Cricket West Indies and its president.
The statement also disclosed that Cameron had also apologized for misstatements he made in the television interview last year. Bravo is now available to play in all formats of the game for the West Indies.