02 March, 2017
West Indies allrounder Dwayne Smith confirmed his retirement from international cricket on Wednesday.
The 33-year-old, who is currently playing for Islamabad United in the ongoing Pakistan Super League, has announced the decision before the qualifying final game between Islamabad United and Karachi Kings at Sharjah.
Smith was part of two World Cup squads in 2007 and 2015, where his last appearance for the national team came against UAE in Napier at the 2015 World Cup.
He made his international debut during the tour of South Africa 2003-04, in Cape Town in January 2004.
The Caribbean batsman scored 1560 runs at a strike rate of 92.69 in 105 ODIs. He also claimed 61 wickets in ODIs.
Smith has been a well known cricketer on the T20 format, over the last couple of years, turning out to play in the Indian Premier League, the Caribbean Premier League, the Bangladesh Premier League and now the Pakistan Super League, as well as the NatWest Blast in England.