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January 07, 2007by HAYDN GILL Compliments of the Nation News
After conceding a first innings deficit of 45, they hit back with venom to roll over the visitors for a modest 145 in the second innings when the aggressive Tino Best spearheaded the effort with the support of Dwayne Smith and Pedro Collins.
THE WEST INDIES began the second day of the opening Test hoping that their three leading batsmen could match the bright morning sunshine and lift the gloom that descended over the innings in the closing few minutes of the previous evening.
Dwayne Smith, the lively medium-pacer pressed into service because of the known inability of Dwayne Bravo to bowl similar stuff, doubled his number of Test wickets with three. < Read more >
December 06, 2005 Compliments of the Nation News
Dwayne Smith (right) with YMPC club teammate Fidel Edwards
at Grantley Adams Airport after the West Indies team returned from Australia
Date October 15, 2005 Compliments of the Nation News
That was the only way to describe the performance of Barbados' swashbuckling all-rounder Dwayne Smith yesterday, who showed he remains the region's most exciting batsman in limited overs cricket.
Open-armed, then circumspect, then simply destructive, Smith's stroke-filled 96 was the main reason Barbados reached tomorrow's final of the 2005 KFC Cup with a 41-run victory over the Windward Islands.
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