Sean Williams Biography
Sean Williams is a Zimbabwean cricketer who was born in Bulawayo on 26th September, 1986.
He is a left-handed middle-order batsman and a left-arm orthodox spin bowler.
Being born in a cricketer's family, he had started playing cricket from his very childhood, following the footsteps of his father.
In U-19 World Cup in 2004, he scored 157 runs at 31, 40 and took 5 wickets. He led the team in the U-19 World Cup in 2006 in Sri Lanka, where Zimbabwe defeated England.
His ODI Debut was in the year 2005 against South Africa in Johannesburg and his Test debut was against West Indies in 2013 in Roseau. His T20 debut was against Bangladesh in Khulna in 2006.
Rise to Glory
He was a part of Zimbabwe in 2011 World Cup but was forced to return home for recovery from thumb fracture. He has served as an all-rounder for Zimbabwe. He got his first Man of the match award against Bangladesh, with the latest being against Afghanistan at the Harare Sports Club in 2017.
He had shown his talents and skills an useful allrounder for Zimbabwe during a couple of years. He remained the star attraction in the limited-overs squad who stabilized the middle-order but unfortunately, he did not get an opportunity to prove his ability in the longer format of the game.
He was a part of Zimbabwe in 2011 World Cup but was forced to return home for recovery from thumb fracture.
He has played for different clubs like Brothers Union, Matabeleland and Matabeleland Tuskers.