West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has put pen to a paper on a new contract to play for Melbourne Renegades in Australia’s domestic Twenty20 Big Bash League next season.
The 32-year-old will play his third consecutive season with the Melbourne outfit, who are looking for a new coach ahead of next season, have also signed a new deal with skipper Aaron Finch.
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Bravo has scored 201 runs at 50.25 with a strike rate of 164.75 and taken six wickets at 42.66 with an economy of 8.04.
The club is also said to be keen on for another overseas player to replace superstar Chris Gayle, who has been restricted to play at Australia due to the lingering fallout interview with television reporter Mel McLaughlin in January.