Kane Stuart Williamson
- New Zealand National Cricket Team 2007 - present
Kane Stuart Williamson was born in 8th August 1990 in Tauranga in New Zealand and is a New Zealand cricket player. He was born in a cricketing family, with his father having represented the Northern Districts at the U-17 level.
His first class debut was in 2006-07 for the Northern Districts. He even made his Under 19 debut against the India tour under 19 team and was named as the captain of the New Zealand Under 19 team for the U-19 Cricket World Cup in 2008. Williamson is also a player of the Bay of Plenty team in the Hawke cup.
This right hand batsman and right arm off break bowler played in 10 first class matches and in 15 List A matches. He is also a part time offspinner and idolizes Sachin Tendulkar. His hobbies include going to the beach, relaxing with his friends and surfing too.
Kane was adjudged the Player of the Tournament at the Gillette Cup schools competition in the year 2007. He scored 47 off 65 balls against a senior Bangladeshi side, during which, the game was affected by heavy downpour.
He was announced the captain of the U-19 team for the junior World Cup in Malaysia.