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Full name  Daryn Smit
Name  Daryn Smit
2004-present  Dolphins

Bowling style  Legbreak
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Role  Cricket Player
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Born  28 January 1984 (age 31) (1984-01-28) Durban, South Africa

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Daryn Smit (born 28 January 1984) is a South African cricketer and former captain for the Dolphins. He can be described as a cricketer who is a 'Daryn of all trades' because he is a right-handed batsmen, spin bowler and wicket keeper as well as being a commentator for South African broadcaster Supersport. He has played first class, one day and Twenty20 cricket since 2004.

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Smit gave up leg spin bowling to increase his chances of selection for the South African national team as a wicket keeper, having once been tipped as the successor of Mark Boucher. Having failed to achieve a call-up, Smit subsequently resumed bowling for the Dolphins.

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Smit captained the Dolphins for a number of years but was replaced as captain by Morne Van Wyk, who was signed from South African franchise the Knights.

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In March 2017, Smit signed a two-year contract to play county cricket in England for Derbyshire.

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References

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