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Dwayne Smith was born on 12 April, 1983 in Saint Michael, Barbados, is a West Indian cricketer. At 37 years old, Dwayne Smith height is 6 ft 1 in (185.4 cm).

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Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 12 April 1983
Birthday 12 April
Birthplace Saint Michael, Barbados
Nationality Barbados

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In June 2019, he was selected to play for the Winnipeg Hawks franchise team in the 2019 Global T20 Canada tournament.


Smith has played for Barbados since the start of his career but has also played three seasons for Sussex from 2008–10. He has become a sought-after Twenty20 player, making appearances in the Indian Premier League, for the Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians and the Deccan Chargers, and for New South Wales in the Australian domestic competition and for the Bangladesh Premier League in Khulna Royal Bengals for Pakistan Super League in Islamabad United. On 1 March 2017, Smith announced his retirement from all international cricket.

After retiring from international cricket, Dwayne Smith went onto participate in the second edition of the 2017 Hong Kong T20 Blitz and he became the first player as well as first overseas player to score a century in Hong Kong T20 Blitz.


Smith was bought for disclosed amount by Islamabad United he made his debut in 2016 season. Smith joined the side when half of team's matches were played. In the Final of 2016 season Smith won the Man of the Match award after he took United to title victory by scoring 73 from 51 balls. He was retained by United at 2017 Pakistan Super League players draft. He was the leading run scorer for his side scoring 274 runs in 9 matches he played.


In 2014, Smith was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs. 42,500,000.


For his performances in 2013, he was named in the Cricinfo CLT20 XI .


In the following edition of the IPL Smith was bought at the player auction for US$100,000 by the Deccan Chargers. His batting was a lot more successful than his bowling on this occasion; he scored 215 runs at an average of 26.87 compared with 1 wicket at an average of 124.00. Deccan Chargers won the tournament but Smith did not appear in the knock-out stages. He was retained by the Deccan chargers for the 2010 season but only played three matches. In 2012, he was signed by the Mumbai Indians as a replacement player for the injured Mitchell Johnson. On 6 May 2012, he played a vital role in the win of Mumbai Indians against Chennai Super Kings, when he hit Ben Hilfenhaus to the fence thrice in a row – a 6, followed by two consecutive 4s, when 14 runs were required off the last three balls.


He returned to Sussex to play in the Friends Life t20 in 2010 as an overseas player after his Kolpak status had expired.

Smith ended a gap of nearly two and a half years out of the West Indies side when he was called up to the squad for the ODI and T20I series in Australia in early 2010. Although Smith performed well, averaging 43.33 with the bat and 32.71 with the ball, the West Indies were soundly beaten 4–0 in the ODI series. After playing two matches against Zimbabwe following the tour of Australia, Smith again found himself out of the side. He was recalled for the Twenty20 series against England in September 2011.


Smith was signed by New South Wales for the 2009–10 KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. He played all five matches in the group stage as New South Wales finished fourth and did not proceed to the final. Although his batting was disappointing, 31 runs at 7.75, he took 6 wickets at an average of 17.50.


In 2008 Smith was added to the Mumbai Indians squad during the inaugural IPL season, he replaced his national teammate Dwayne Bravo. He played four games during the season and was most notable for his bowling; he took 5 wickets at an average of 16.60.

Smith has spent three seasons playing for the English County side Sussex. He originally signed for Sussex on a short-term deal for their 2008 Twenty20 Cup season. After impressive performances, in particular a highest score of 72 not out against Hampshire, he signed a two-and-a-half-year deal as a Kolpak player. That season Smith also played in for Sussex in the Pro40. He played seven of the eight matches, helping Sussex to the Division one title.


In the early 2006 tour against New Zealand, Smith made his biggest bowling contribution yet to the West Indies team, taking 9 wickets at an impressive average of 24.33. His wicket tally included innings figures of 5/45, which earned him the man of the match award at Eden Park and remains his best ODI bowling figures. Smith made his Twenty20 International debut during the tour, scoring 9 runs and taking 2 wickets in a tied match.

After featuring in home series against Zimbabwe and India, and the DLF Cup (a triangular tournament played in Malaysia that also included Australia and India), Smith was included in the West Indies squad for the 2006 Champions Trophy. Although the West Indies, who were defending the title they won in 2004, reached the final, Smith made little contribution with bat or ball. After taking only two wickets and scoring eight runs over five matches played during the tournament, he was not included in the final against Australia.


Later in the year Smith endured a disastrous tour of England. After a poor performance in the triangular ODI tournament (also involving New Zealand), where he averaged 4.20 with the bat and 56.33 with the ball, he was forced to return home after injuring his shoulder in the final Test. The injury ruled him out of that year's Champions Trophy and he did not play another international match until May 2005.


After playing all five matches of the ODI series against England in April/May 2004, averaging 29.25 with the bat, Smith took part in his most successful ODI series yet, against the touring Bangladesh team. Smith won two-man of the match awards to help the West Indies win the series 3–0. The first was achieved after an innings of 62 not out in the second match at Kingstown followed by an all-round display at St George's where he took 3/24 in addition to scoring 23.


Smith made his first-class debut for Barbados in January 2002 in a Busta Cup match against Guyana. He did not bowl in the match but made scores of 10 and 35, his second innings ended after he was out hit wicket, an unusual form of dismissal. In his fifth match of the season, against the Leeward Islands, there were two notable occasions for Smith; he took his first wicket and, with an innings of 102, scored his first century. He finished the season with a batting average of 21.36.

In the 2002–03 season his bowling was used more often, he took seven wickets at an average of 28.42. His batting average improved to 24.55 but he was not able to score a half century during the season. Barbados finished as tournament winners but Smith did not feature in the final. It was not until October 2003 that Smith played his first List-A match, scoring a duck on his debut against Antigua and Barbuda in the 2003–04 Red Stripe Bowl. However, his form improved and he finished the season with a batting average of 39.75 and a highest score of 92 not out.

Following the 2002–03 Red Stripe Bowl, Smith was included in the West Indies squad to tour South Africa. He made his Test debut in the third match of the series. After scoring 20 in the first innings, Smith helped the West Indies to save the game in the second as he made 105 not out on the final day to become the eleventh West Indian to score a hundred on Test debut. Smith played nine more Tests for the West Indies over the next two years without excelling with bat or ball, his debut hundred remains the only time he has passed 50 in a Test innings. During the tour he also made his ODI debut. He played all five matches of the series and finished with a disappointing average of 12.33.


Dwayne Romel Smith (born 12 April 1983) is a former Barbadian international cricketer who has represented the West Indies in all three formats of the game. A (part-time) all-rounder, he is known as an aggressive and powerful right-handed batsman, bowls medium pace, and is also an athletic fielder.