Graeme Smith

South Africa cricket captain Graeme Smith (right) holds the International Cricket Council mace trophy after they defeated England on the fifth day of the third test at Lord's Cricket ground in London.The ICC mace is presented to the world No.1 ranked test cricket team.


South Africa's Jacques Kallis (center) is congratulated by captain Graeme Smith, (second from left), and wicket keeper Morne van Wyk (left), after dismissing Ireland's Niall O'Brien (right) during a Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and Ireland in Kolkata. South Africa won by 131 runs.

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South African cricket captain Graeme Smith (foreground left) receives treatment after he got hurt as teammate Hashim Amla (right) watches during a World Cup warm up cricket match against Australia in Bangalore.

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South African cricket captain Graeme Smith arrives with teammates at the Kamaraj Airport in Chennai for the World Cup 2011.

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South African Graeme Smith, left, reacts after his team took the wicket of Harbhajan Singh, unseen, during the third Test against South Africa played in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni, shares the winners trophy with his South African counterpart Greame Smith after the end of the second test cricket match in Kolkata. India won the match and leveled the series 1-1.

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South African cricket captain Graeme Smith walks back to pavilion after being dismissed as Indian cricketers celebrate during the fourth day of the second test cricket match in Calcutta. Leg-spinner Amit Mishra picked up the crucial wicket of captain Graeme Smith as India went into the lunch with South Africa placed at 39 for one in their second innings at lunch.

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South African bowler Dale Steyn, right, takes a ball from captain Graeme Smith during the third day of the second test cricket match against India in Kolkata. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and VVS Laxman took advantage of South Africa's lackluster fielding as India extended their first innings lead to 135 by reaching 431 for six at lunch.

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Day 18 - Rajasthan Royals V/s Kings XI Punjab:
Rajasthan Royals' Graeme Smith plays a shot as Kings XI Punjab's wicket keeper Kumar Sangakkara looks on. Rajasthan Royals rode on Graeme Smith and Naman Ojha's blazing fifties and debutant pacer Amit Singh's sensational bowling to trounce Kings XI Punjab by a massive 78 runs and register one of the biggest wins in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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Yusuf Pathan struck a blistering half century while Graeme Smith muscled his way to a belligerent 42 to power Rajasthan Royals to a five wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils. Chasing a modest 144, the Royals rode on Pathan's buccaneering 62 of 30 balls and Smith's sensible 42 off 46 balls to cruise to 147 for five in 18.3 overs to register their second victory of the tournament and end Daredevils winning run.

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Rajasthan Royals captain Shane Warne celebrates with Graeme Smith and wicketkeeper Mahesh Rawat after dismissing Delhi Daredevils batsman Dinesh Karthik, right, for 7 runs. Skipper Warne (2/32) added more woes for Delhi when he picked up Karthik in his first over with the wicketkeeper batsman giving away a simple catch back.

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South African captain Graeme Smith, center, holds the trophy as he celebrates with teammates after winning the ODI cricket series 3-2 against Australia at the Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. They beat Australia by 61 runs.

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