(West Indies Cricketer)
Kesrick Williams is a modern day bowler whose bowling is not based on swing, seam, pace or bounce. Instead, Williams has the skills like taking pace off the ball and other variations to keep the batsmen guessing. He came to prominence in the shorter formats, particularly using CPL T20 to break into national side. So far, he has featured in more than 25 limited-over games for West Indies.
|Role:||Right-arm fast-medium bowler|
|Date of Birth:||17 January 1990|
|Age (as on 2018):||28 years|
|Birth Place:||Spring Village, St. Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign:||Sagittarius|
|ODI:||30 June 2017 vs India|
|T20:||27 September 2016 vs Pakistan|
|Jersey Number:||#60 (West Indies)|
|Domestic/State Team:||Combined Campuses and Colleges, Jamaica Tallawahs, Rajshahi Kings, St Lucia Stars, Toronto Nationals, Windward Islands|
|Nature on field:||Aggressive bowler|
|Likes to play against:||NA|
|Career Turning Point|
He emerged as the leading wicket-taker for the Jamaica Tallawahs in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League season and earned national call up.
|Favourite Cricket Ground:||NA|
|Favourite sports Commentator:||NA|
|Girlfriends, Spouse and Children|
|Awards and recognitions|
- Caribbean players have their unique celebrations, Kesrick Williams has his way of celebrating wickets. Williams pulls out an imaginary notebook from his pocket, makes note of the wicket, and keeps it back. Chadwick Walton (during CPL game) trolled Kesrick Williams with notebook celebration with each boundary smashed against the bowler.
|Lesser Known Facts|