Monday, December 15, 2014

Dwayne smith says good bye to first class cricket

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Smith says goodbye to First-Class cricket and available for selection to play for the West Indies in the shorter versions of the game. Smith announced that he retired from First-Class cricket as he wanted the young and talented cricketers coming through the ranks to be given a chance to showcase their stuff for Barbados. "It is very sad to leave, but I guess it's time to give the youngsters a chance to prove themselves. It was a pleasure to play for Barbados in First-Class cricket but all good things come to an end," Smith said. Smith was a fire brand shorter versions of the game. He made his debut for Barbados in First-Class cricket in 2001 and scored 3,852 runs at an average of 28.74. He also smashed 138 wickets with his medium-pacers.

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