Kane Williamson is a world class batsmen and bowler. Here is followed a detail description of Kane Williamson bio, age, records, net worth, family and more. With more of some interesting facts related to Kane Williamson's life.
Kane Stuart Williamson
Kiwi Kane, Hurricane
Physical Statistics and More
In Feet – 5’9’’ Meters – 1.75 m Centimeter – 175 cm
- T20 - Zimbabwe v New Zealand at Harare. - ODI - India v New Zealand at Dambulla - Test - India v New Zealand at Ahmedabad
Last Matches played
- T20 - New Zealand v India at Hamilton, Feb 10, 2019 - ODI - New Zealand v Bangladesh at Christchurch, Feb 16, 2019 - Test - New Zealand v Bangladesh at Wellington, Mar 8-12, 2019
22 – New Zealand 22 – IPL and Country Cricket
New Zealand, Gloucestershire, Yorkshire, Northern Districts, Barbados Tridents, and Sunrisers Hyderabad
- In debut match against India, he scored 131 runs off 299 balls. - Williamson is currently third on the list for the highest century by a New Zealander in an ODI. - Fifth-fastest batsmen and fastest New Zealander to score 3,000 runs, getting them in just 78 innings. - He also became the fastest New Zealand player to score 6,000 runs in test cricket
When he reached in the semi-final of Under-19 World Cup but with full efforts Couldn’t reach Final.
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Date of birth
8th August 1990
Tauranga, New Zealand
Tauranga’s Boy College
Father – Brett Williamson Mother – Sandra Williamson Brother – Logan Williamson Sister – Anna Williamson, Sophie Williamson, Kylie Williamson Cousin – Dane Cleaver
Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Jacques Kallis
Shane Bond and Dale Styne
Chinese food and Chicken
Count of Monte Cristo and Redemption
Simon Webbe, Colbie, Cat Stevens
$85,585 with $40,000 captain’s fee.
Some Interesting facts about Kane Williamson
He was a brilliant student and his grades were always good. His coach also admits that his mathematical calculations are exceptional.
He does not smoke but drinks alcohol often.
Martin Guptill has a twin younger brother Logan just a 1-minute gap between their birth.
One of his career's awards is that he is counted in the best catchers of Cricket world.
He is an excellent surfer, as in his words if he was not a cricketer he would be a surfer.
In 2014 he donated his all ODI series fee to the victims of APS Peshawar attack when playing an ODI series against Pakistan.
He has a cousin name Dave Cleaver who is also a New Zealand Domestic level Wicket-keeper.