Dwayne Smith of the West Indies cricket team is a right arm medium bowler and right handed batsman. Sussex, Mumbai Indians and Barbados are the other teams he has played for.
South Africa and West Indies competed in a Test match from 2nd to 6th January 2004 at Cape Town. This was the debut Test match of Smith. In the 1st innings, he bowled 2 overs in which 4 runs were scored. He was offered the No. 6 batting spot where he scored 20 runs in 30 balls. In the 2nd innings, he remained unbeaten on 105 in 105 deliveries. This knock was comprised of 15 boundaries and 2 sixers. The result of this match was a draw. Smith debuted in One day International cricket on 25th January 2004 at Cape Town against South Africa. In this match, he faced 8 balls and hit 1 run at the No. 6 batting position. South Africa won this match by 209 runs.
In the 10 Test matches he played, Smith scored 320 runs inclusive of 1 century, 6 sixers and 47 fours. 105 not out was his highest score. He took 9 catches and his batting average was 24.61 and batting strike rate was 70.02. He took 7 wickets in the 651 balls he bowled while conceding 344 runs at a bowling average of 49.14, economy rate of 3.17 and batting strike rate of 93. In One day Internationals, Smith piled up 791 runs with 68 as the highest score. His batting strike rate was 101.54 and batting average was 14.92. He bowled 2264 deliveries in which 1813 runs were scored and 49 batsmen were dismissed. His economy rate was 4.80, batting strike rate was 46.2 and batting average was 37.
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