Sean Williams is a cricketer who was born on September 26, 1986, in Bulawayo Zimbabwe. He bats with his left hand and bowls with his left arm. Born into a cricketing family, he began playing cricket as a kid, following in the footsteps of his father. He has been one of Zimbabwe’s most useful players in all three international forms over the previous decade.
|Name||Sean Colin Williams|
|Current City||Bulawayo, Zimbabwe|
|Education||College Education Complete|
|Height||In feet: 6 feet, Centimeters: 183 cm, Meters: 1.83, Inches: 72 Inches|
Sean Williams Family
|Father Name||Collin Williams|
|Mother Name||Patricia McKillop|
|Brother||Michael McKillop(Step Brother) & Matthew Williams|
Collin William, his father, is a former first-class cricketer and hockey coach. His mother is also an athlete. She represented her country in hockey, winning a gold medal in the Summer Olympics in 1980.
Matthew Williams who is Sean’s brother is playing for the Matabeleland Tuskers and he is also a Zimbabwe batsman.
Michael McKillop is a stepbrother of Williams. He is the captain of the zimbabwe men’s hockey team. McKillop is famous in both cricket and hockey for his nation.
Sean Williams’s Net Worth
|Net Worth||$7 to $10 million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review|
|Bowling||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Role in Team||All-rounder|
|Coach or Mentor||N/A|
|Test Cap No.||61|
|ODI Cap No.||86|
|T20 Cap No.||11|
|Teams||Zimbabwe, Matabeleland Tuskers, Zimbabwe A, Zimbabwe Board XI, Zimbabwe Provinces, Zimbabwe Select XI, Zimbabwe Under-19s, Zimbabwe XI, Brothers Union,|
In the 2004 U19 World Cup He makes 157 runs on 31 balls and gets 5 wickets. In the U19 world cup 2006 which was held in Sri Lanka, he lead his country to success against England.
His ODI debut came against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2005, while his Test debut came against the West Indies in Roseau in 2013. Williams makes his T20 debut in 2006 against Bangladesh at Khulna.
He played for Zimbabwe at the 2011 World Cup but was ordered to go home due to a thumb injury. He has played all-rounder for Zimbabwe. Williams won his first Man of the Match award against Bangladesh. In 2007 at Harare Sports Club against Afghanistan, he won his recent MOM Award.
In September 2019, Hamilton Masakadza get his retirement from International cricket. So the Zimbabwe team decided to Williams becomes the team captain.
During a few years, he showed his abilities and skills as a useful all-rounder for Zimbabwe. He continued to be the focal point of the squad with few overs who held the middle order steady. But, he did not get any chance to show their skills in the longer format of the game.
He was named man-of-the-match multiple times, most notably against Afghanistan and Bangladesh.