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DwayneSmith

Team flagWI40 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

21 (20) vs MT, T20
120 (53) vs MT, T20
25 (15) vs BK, T20
50 (39) vs GG, T20
3 (5) vs IC, T20
15 (19) vs SSS, T20
9 (18) *vs CK, D. T10
7 (9) vs NJT, D. T10
3 (2) *vs NYW, D. T10
34 (26) vs NYW, D. T10
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Test
IPL
PSL
WC ODI
Matches105
Innings89
Runs1560
100s0
50s8
HS97
SR92.69
Avg18.57
Fours142
Sixes64
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:South Africa vs West Indies at Cape Town - January 25, 2004

Teams played for

West Indies Barbados Barbados Tridents Chennai Super Kings Deccan Chargers Gujarat Lions Guyana Amazon Warriors Jamaica Tallawahs Khulna Royal Bengals Montreal Tigers Mumbai Indians New South Wales Peshawar Zalmi Quetta Gladiators Sussex Sylhet Royals West Indies A Winnipeg Hawks

About Dwayne Smith

NameDwayne Smith
GenderMale
Birth12 Apr 1983
Birth PlaceStorey Gap, Codrington Hill, St Michael, Barbados
Height6 ft 5 in
NationalityWest Indian

A belligerent hitter of the white-ball, Dwayne Smith is a former West Indies cricketer who is known for his lusty hitting, dynamism in the field, and handy medium-pace bowling. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A belligerent hitter of the white-ball, Dwayne Smith is a former West Indies cricketer who is known for his lusty hitting, dynamism in the field, and handy medium-pace bowling. 

Smith earned his maiden call-up for a Test series against South Africa in 2003-04. The Barbadian was right on the money from the word go as he notched up a century on his Test debut. It was also his only century in international cricket. 

Apart from being a destructive batsman, Smith is also a part-time right-arm medium bowler. In spite of his ability to score runs quickly, Smith was unable to maintain this form that made him a regular in the team and was subsequently dropped in 2006 after the third Test against New Zealand. However, a regular member of the limited-overs side, Smith made telling contributions but never converted them into big ones.

He made his name in the Indian Premier League (IPL) with Deccan Chargers, helping them win the title in the 2009 season. After making a switch to Mumbai Indians in 2012, Smith made them win the IPL in 2013 and then the Champions League T20 the same year. Chennai Super Kings bought his services in 2014 during the auction.

Smith was also part of the West Indies squad that won the ICC World T20 2012 in Sri Lanka. With a style suitable to the shortest format, he has played franchise-based Twenty20 cricket in Australia, England, and Bangladesh, and India. Smith retired from international cricket in March 2017, after playing top-flight cricket for his national side for over 13 years.

(As of April 2021)