Melbourne, June 24 (ANI): West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo will be unveiled today as Victoria's first international cricket signing, contracted for next summer's domestic Twenty20 competition.
Bravo will join the Bushrangers in between international commitments, and will help Victoria in its quest to avenge last season's loss to NSW in the Twenty20 final through his lusty hitting and clever medium pace.
Although he won't be in Melbourne for the announcement, Bravo has been signed under Cricket Australia's new provisional rules, which encourage states to lure more international players to take part in the domestic Twenty20 competition, The Age reports.
But he won't be able to qualify for Victoria's participation in the inaugural Twenty20 Champions League, which is scheduled to be played in India in October.
Bravo, 25, has played 31 Tests, 95 one-dayers and 15 Twenty20 internationals for the West Indies. (ANI)