Robin Arnold Smith (born 13 September 1963, Durban, South Africa) is a former cricketer for Hampshire and England. Smith was nicknamed Judge or Judgie for his resemblance to a judge when he grew his hair long. Like his older brother Chris, he was unable to play for the country of his birth because of the exclusion of the apartheid regime from international cricket, but because he had English parents he qualified to play for England. He played for England in 11 home Test series and on six overseas tours from 1988-1996. Smith was best known for his abilities against fast bowling, with what was regarded as a trademark square-cut that was hit ferociously. His highest Test score, 175 against the West Indies in Antigua, was made as England replied to Brian Lara\s record-breaking innings of 375. Despite his domination of fast, aggressive bowling, Smith suffered from a well-publicised
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