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Dave Langford-Smith

Dave Langford-Smith
INTL CAREER: 2006 - 2008
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Full Name

David Langford-Smith


December 07, 1976, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


46y 63d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium


One of the senior players, he has been taking the new ball for Ireland since 1995 and collected 11 wickets in the 2006-07 Intercontinental Cup, including 5 for 65 against Scotland. A strapping fast bowler, he grew up in Australia where he represented New South Wales Under-17s before joining Ireland. He had a good start to his international career taking three wickets in each of his first three games, although he struggled for form in the 2007 World Cricket League. He did, however, play in all nine of Ireland's matches in the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean, but a year later he decided that the demands of international cricket were impinging too much on his painting and decorating business and announced his retirement.
Alan Curr April 2008

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A3325102693917.9327697.4600161260
List A333213231234343/323/3236.295.5938.9000
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Recent Matches - Player
Ireland vs Bangladesh13*3/5322-Mar-2008MirpurODI # 2695
Ireland vs Bangladesh43/4320-Mar-2008MirpurODI # 2694
Ireland vs Bangladesh3*1/4918-Mar-2008MirpurODI # 2693
Ireland vs Essex--0/3614-Mar-2008Abu DhabiOTHEROD
Ireland vs U.A.E.152/26 & 0/3806-Mar-2008Abu DhabiFC
Dave Langford-Smith bustles in
The Ferret dance: Dave Langford-Smith does his famous jig after prising out  Mashrafe Mortaza
Dave Langford-Smith celebrates the wicket of Mohammad Rafique
The Ferret dance: Dave Langford-Smith does his famous jig after prising out  Mashrafe Mortaza
Dave Langford-Smith does a chicken dance after getting Hamish Marshall out
Dave Langford-Smith is congratulated by team-mates after dismissing Scott Styris