Kyle Jarvis, who played for Essex in the Second XI Championship in 2011 and first-class cricket for Central Districts in New Zealand for two years, said he planned to pursue a career in county cricket and Twenty20.
Shane Shillingford, Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels stood tall for the West Indies on Day 1 of the final Test between the two countries.
In stark contrast to their parlous position however, the day started promisingly for the Zimbabweans after they were inserted by West Indies captain Darren Sammy with openers Vusi Sibanda and Tino Mawoyo putting on 42 at better than a run-a-minute before the introduction of Shannon Gabriel shifted the tide of play completely.
Despite a battling topscore of 50 from opening batsman Tino Mawoyo, none of the other Zimbabwe batsmen managed an innings of note to justify their captain Brendan Taylor's surprising decision to bat first on winning the toss.
There was also no place for Ramnaresh Sarwan, the veteran batsman who made a comeback to the ODI side for the series against Zimbabwe after spending more than a year on the sidelines.
There were a few moments of anxiety for the West Indies when the dismissal of Narsingh Deonarine by Hamilton Masakadza was followed by the running out of Kieron Pollard for a duck without facing a ball to leave the home side at 121 for four.
Bravo put on a batting master class which spurred the West Indies to a commanding victory over Zimbabwe in the first ODI at the national stadium on Friday.