Dwayne Smith Announced Retirement from All Form of International Cricket

One of the Popular All rounder and T20 Specialist Caribbean Players Dwayne Smith has been announced the Retirement from the All format of International Cricket. This announced he made before the 2nd Qualifying Match of the PSL 2017.

He was also a part of three World T20 squads – in 2007, 2012 and 2014. In 33 Twenty20 internationals for West Indies, Smith scored 582 runs at a strike rate of 122.78, including three fifties.

Caribbean All rounder Dwayne Smith announced Retirement from All Format of International Cricket
Caribbean All rounder Dwayne Smith announced Retirement from All Format of International Cricket

Smith who is popular T20 cricketer and playing from the many T20 Franchise like Indian Premier League, Caribbean Premier League, Bangladesh Premier League and Pakistan super league as well in the Natwest T20 blast too.

Smith who played their last test match in way back in 2006 in New Zealand. He scored 1560 run in 105 ODI Matches with a decent strike rate of 92.69 while in Twenty20 cricket he scored 582 run and taking 61 wickets.

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