WICB honour Bravo brothers, Gayle

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The West Indies Cricket Board held their annual awards ceremony on Friday night, and Darren Bravo was named the region's Cricketer of the Year, while his brother Dwayne also walked away with recognition.

The West Indies Cricket Board held their annual awards ceremony on Friday night, and Darren Bravo was named the region's Cricketer of the Year, while his brother Dwayne also walked away with recognition.

While Darren got the top award, as well as the Caribbean T20 player gong, Dwayne was named the ODI player of the year after taking 33 wickets and scoring 388 runs in 22 one-dayers over the past year.

The Test player of the year was veteran batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who played in seven Tests in 2013 and averaged just over 53, scoring the most runs in that time for his side. Adding to the Chanders family honour was son Tagenarine, who won the under 19 gong.

Aside from that, Sunil Narine was the T20 player of the year, while Chanderpaul and Chris Gayle received special awards ahead of playing their 150th and 100th Test respectively, against New Zealand on Sunday.

Selected awards:

U-19 Player: Tagenarine Chanderpaul<br>Caribbean Twenty20 Player: Darren Bravo<br>ODI Player: Dwayne Bravo<br>Test Player: Shivnarine Chanderpaul<br>T20I Player: Sunil Narine<br>Women's Player: Stafanie Taylor<br>Player of the Year: Darren Bravo<br>Special awards: Shivnarine Chanderpaul (150 Tests), Chris Gayle (100 Tests)

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