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Sean Colin Williams

Profile

Sean Colin Williams (born 26 September 1986) is a Zimbabwean international cricketer, who plays all formats primarily as a batting all-rounder. In September 2019, Zimbabwe Cricket named him as Zimbabwe's captain, after Hamilton Masakadza retired from international cricket. Later the same month, Williams captained Zimbabwe for the first time, in the opening Twenty20 International (T20I) match of the 2019–20 Singapore Tri-Nation Series, against Nepal. In the Under-19 World Cup in 2004 he was the pick of Zimbabwe's batsmen with 157 runs at 31.40, as well as five wickets. He led the Under-19 side in the World Cup in Sri Lanka in February 2006, the highlight being a win over England. In first-class cricket, Williams plays for Matabeleland Tuskers. He made his highest domestic score for Westerns against Centrals in 2006–07, when he top-scored in both innings with 76 and 129 in a 77-run victory. In October 2018, he was named to Tshwane Spartans' squad for the first edition of the Mzansi Super League T20 tournament. In December 2020, he was selected to play for the Tuskers in the 2020–21 Logan Cup.

Bio

Sean Colin Williams

Age: 34 | Matches: 253 | Runs: 10231

Born: 26 September 1986 (age 34) Bulawayo,

Zimbabwe Batting Left-handed Bowling Slow left-arm orthodox Role All-rounder Relations Collin Williams (father) Patricia McKillop (mother) Michael McKillop (halfbrother) Matthew Williams (brother)

Rep. Honours

West Indies v Zimbabwe at Roseau, Mar 20-22, 2013, Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare, Jan 27-31, 2020