‘Welcome, Little Man’: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson blessed with a baby boy

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and his better half Sarah Raheem became parents for the second time, as they got blessed with a baby boy.

The Kiwi player took to his Instagram on Sunday and imparted the uplifting news to everybody.

Williamson had left the SRH camp on May 18 to accompany his better half during the introduction of their second kid. In his nonattendance, pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar drove the team in the last league stage match of IPL 2022 against Punjab Kings on Sunday.

He posted an image of his better half, holding their girl, Maggie alongside the infant and subtitled it,

” Welcome to the whanau little man!”


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Kane Williamson Receives Wishes From The Cricket Community

Numerous individuals from the cricket clique approached and showered their blessing on Williamson’s family through their comments on the post.

“Congratulations Kane Mama,” commented Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan.

“Mashallah bro! May the whole family be showered with loads more happiness and blessings!” commented New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel.

Meanwhile, SRH took to their Twitter and wrote, “Sending all of our love from the #Riser camp to Kane Mowa’s family and their latest, cutest member.”

Kane Williamson will now be seen in a three-match Test series against England, with the first match at Lord’s on June 2.

Meanwhile, yesterday SRH skipper Bhuvneshwar Kumar, chose to bat first after winning the toss. However, Harpreet Brar gouged them by getting the wickets of Rahul Tripathi, Abhishek Sharma, and Aiden Markram.

At 99 for 6 after 16 overs, it appeared as though Sunrisers would try and battle to reach 150 however Romario Shepherd and Washington Sundar stripped 58 off the last four overs to lift them to a good aggregate.

Kings batted in the fifth gear all through their innings. A flying beginning from Jonny Bairstow implied they dashed away to 62 for 1 toward the finish of the powerplay.

In the last ten overs, they required just 61. Liam Livingstone’s unbeaten 49 off 22 balls, studded with two fours and five sixes, guaranteed they required only 31 balls to knock off those runs.

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