Kane Williamson (cricketer) Girlfriend, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More
By Kartikey Sharma
Kane Stuart Williamson (New Zealand Cricketer)
The Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson has become one of the stronghold for the national team. Regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world right now, his leadership skills are still underrated. Recently he has started to develop himself into becoming not only a Test or an ODI player but an exceptional T20 player as well. Williamson has every shot in the book, and will be leading the charge to win the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019.
Kane and New Zealand’s Don Bradman
Date of Birth:
8 August 1990
Age (as on 2017):
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:
Tauranga Boys’ College,Tauranga, New Zealand
Logan Williamson (Younger)
4 November 2010 vs India in Ahmedabad
10 August 2010 vs India in Dambulla
15 October 2011 vs Zimbabwe in Harare
#22 (New Zealand) #22 (IPL, County Cricket)
New Zealand, Gloucestershire, Yorkshire, Northern Knights, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Nature on field:
Likes to play against:
Test century (131 runs) in his debut Test match vs India in 2010.
He was part of a record 365 run partnership with wicketkeeper BJ Watling vs Sri Lanka in a Test match in 2014-15.
Career Turning Point
Winning the State Championship in 2007-08 season and Under 19 World Cup semi-final in 2008
Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Jacques Kallis
Shane Bond and Dale Steyn
Favourite Cricket Ground:
Favourite sports personalities:
Count of Monte Cristo and Redemption
Simon Webbe, Colbie and Cat Stevens
Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Sarah Raheem (Nurse)
Lesser Known Facts
Kane Williamson doesn’t smoke but occasionally drinks.
He has a family home near a stunning beach in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga.
The Kiwi skipper has a twin brother called Logan, who was born just 1 minute after him.
He was well accomplished in academics when he was at school and was considered one of the brightest students.
After the 2014 massacre in Pakistan where 32 children were killed by the terrorists in a school in Peshawar, Kane Williamson donated his entire match fees to help the victims.