Full Name Sean Williams
Born September 26, 1986
Bulawayo
Age 30 Years, 4 Months, 0 Days
National Side Zimbabwe
Batting Style Left Handed
Bowling Slow left-arm orthodox
Batting Rank Test - 78, ODI - 57, World Cup - 57, T20I - 64
Bowling Rank Test - NA, ODI - 63, World Cup - 63, T20I - 58
Teams Played Zimbabwe, Matabeleland, Matabeleland Tuskers, Mid West Rhinos, Westerns, Zimbabwe A, Zimbabwe Inv XI, Zimbabwe, Brothers Union
Man of the Match Test - 0, ODI - 6, World Cup - 2, T20I - 0,
Career Span [Test, 2013 - 2016], [ODI, 2005 - 2016], [World Cup, 2007 - 2015], [T20I, 2006 - 2016],

Sean Williams is one of those promising youngsters who has been tipped by many of the experts as someone to go all the way in Zimbabwean cricket. He is an all-rounder, who bowls left-arm orthodox spin and bats left-handed as well.

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Sean Williams Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

  M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s Avg S/R Ct St
Test 6 12 0 364 119 v NZ 1 1 52 1 30.33 59.57 6 0
ODI 101 97 13 2721 102 v AFG 1 24 214 30 32.39 80.00 35 0
World Cup 11 11 2 492 96 v IRE 0 5 42 8 54.66 101.23 6 0
T20I 24 24 2 501 58* v PAK 0 3 48 8 22.77 122.49 10 0

Bowling Performance

  I O M R W Best 3w 5w Avg E/R S/R
Test 8 74.2 5 286 5 2/95 v SA 0 0 57.20 3.84 89.20
ODI 77 456.1 16 2251 41 3/23 v BAN 2 0 54.90 4.93 66.75
World Cup 11 71 2 405 9 3/72 v IRE 1 0 45.00 5.70 47.33
T20I 23 74 0 532 17 3/15 v UAE 2 0 31.29 7.18 26.11

Sean Williams Profile

Sean Williams is one of those promising youngsters who has been tipped by many of the experts as someone to go all the way in Zimbabwean cricket. He is an all-rounder, who bowls left-arm orthodox spin and bats left-handed as well.

Making his debut in first-class cricket at the age of 18 in 2004-05, he was fast tracked into the ODI team in 2005 because of the main team players' rebel against the Board. Chosen to tour South Africa, he made his debut at the Wanderers, but did not do anything noteworthy. In the first 24 ODIs that he played, he picked only nine wickets, three of them coming in one match. However, it is his batting that has held sway, having scored half centuries against each of West Indies, South Africa and Pakistan. He was also one of the players on the West Indies tour for the 2007 World Cup, and proved to be some sort of a silver lining in an otherwise disappointing World Cup, with an unbeaten 70 against the hosts. Unfortunately, injury sidelined him and he was dropped from the 2011 World Cup side.

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