New Zealand vs the West Indies: Ken Williamson scored the 22nd century test

A fifth ton on auditions at Seddon Park saw Black Caps Captain Ken Williamson rise to prominence as New Zealand’s hottest podmaker.

Williamson made his 22nd cricket test on Friday morning in Hamilton On the second day of the first test against the West Indies.

New Zealand captain Ken Williamson made another test century at Seddon Park.

Kay Schwearer / Getty Images

New Zealand captain Ken Williamson made another test century at Seddon Park.

After resuming his roles at 97, the 30-year-old brought his century through a curly-kick to the back foot after 15 minutes of play to move to 102.

Spark Sport

New Zealand dominates day one of first test against Windies.

His 22nd Test places him three times ahead of the best New Zealand team, Ross Taylor, who fell early in the second day for 38.

Read more:
* New Zealand vs the West Indies: History does not bode well for tourists in Hamilton

Williamson has put together an impressive Seddon Park log. The historic result today was his 5th century on his 17 rides over Hamilton Land, with those centuries – including a double ton against Bangladseh – all of that was among his last 10 bats here.

The day started with an average of 83.38 in Seddon Park.

Top Makers of the Century in New Zealand:

22 – Ken Williamson

19 – Ross Taylor

17 – Martin Crowe

12- John Wright, Brendon McCollum

11- Tom Latham, Nathan Astle

READ  Sports | New Zealand wants to help Laurel Hubbard, the first transgender person in the Olympics, to get through the pressure

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *