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Dwayne Smith
Dwayne Smith
QUICK FACTS
  • Nick Name: NULL
    Batting Style: Right Handed
  • DOB: 12th Apr 1983
    Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
  • TEAM:
  • West Indies, Barbados, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Khulna Royal Bengals, Barbados Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Chittagong Vikings, Islamabad United, Gujarat Lions
CAREER STATS
BATTING & FIELDING
Mat Inns NO Runs Avge HS BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 10 14 1 320 24.62 105* 457 70.02 1 0 47 6 9 0
ODIs 105 89 5 1560 18.57 97 1683 92.69 0 8 142 64 31 0
T20is 33 32 0 582 18.19 72 474 122.78 0 3 62 31 8 0
First Class 88 143 9 3852 28.75 155 2169 177.59 7 15 218 59 82 0
List A 183 162 12 3500 23.33 97 2921 119.82 0 26 256 120 59 0
T20s 306 299 25 7269 26.53 110* 5680 127.98 5 43 695 347 129 0
BOWLING
Mat Inns Balls Mdns Runs Wkts Avge Eco SR BBI 4w 5w 10
Tests 10 13 651 20 344 7 49.14 3.17 93 3/71 0 0 0
ODIs 105 73 2726 19 2285 61 37.46 5.03 44.69 5/45 3 1 0
T20is 33 11 142 0 212 7 30.29 8.96 20.29 3/24 0 0 0
First Class 88 127 8643 351 4272 138 30.96 2.97 62.63 5/17 6 1 0
List A 183 133 4551 40 3717 108 34.42 4.9 42.14 6/29 3 2 0
T20s 306 162 2136 3 2874 102 28.18 8.07 20.94 4/8 2 0 0
PROFILE

Dwayne Smith made his Test debut for West Indies in January 2004 at Cape Town against a South African attack led by Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini. Neither the occasion, nor the venue, nor the reputation of the bowlers fazed him – and Smith reeled off a 93-ball debut century in the fourth innings that ensured a draw for West Indies and ended a run of seven consecutive defeats for them in South Africa. The bright start was a false dawn, and Smith’s last Test for West Indies was in 2006, having never crossed 50 after his debut. He did, however, forge a more successful career in limited-overs cricket with his combination of ferocious hitting and useful medium pace. In just his fifth ODI innings, Smith came in at Number 6 against England and blasted 44 off 28 balls to secure an unlikely win for West Indies. Picked for the 2007 ODI World Cup after a lean patch, he justified selection with a Man of the Match all-round show against Pakistan in the opening match, slamming a 15-ball 32 and grabbing 3 for 36. Smith endured a long spell away from national selection after an irresponsible heave cost West Indies a win against Zimbabwe by 2 runs in 2010. He only returned two years later, picked for the Twenty20 side. Away from the national set-up Smith played for Sussex on a Kolpak deal, and has represented Deccan Chargers and Mumbai Indians in the IPL.

  • Last Updated: 6th Jun 2016
  • Author: NULL
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