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“And Then There Was 3”- Kane Williamson And Wife Sarah Raheem Welcome A Baby Girl

“And Then There Was 3”- Kane Williamson And Wife Sarah Raheem Welcome A Baby Girl

Renowned New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson and his partner, Sarah Raheem, celebrated the arrival of their baby girl. Williamson shared the joyous news through a touching Instagram post.

The couple, who first met in 2015, welcomed their first daughter, Maggie, in 2019, and their son in 2022. Sarah, a qualified nurse from Bristol, and Williamson often feature their family moments on social media, recently sharing a picture of a family apple-eating session.

The 33-year-old conveyed the news by posting an endearing photo of himself holding their newborn daughter, accompanied by his wife. The caption of the post read:

“And then there was 3. Welcome to the world beautiful Girl. So grateful for your safe arrival and the exciting journey ahead.”


Williamson was absent from the recent T20I series against Australia, where New Zealand suffered a 0-3 defeat at home. Nevertheless, the prolific batsman had showcased remarkable form before that, achieving three centuries in four innings against South Africa during a two-match Test series.

Notably, he played a breathtaking unbeaten knock of 133 in the final game, contributing to New Zealand’s successful chase of 267 and securing a series whitewash. This century marked Williamson’s 32nd in Tests, establishing him as the quickest player to reach this landmark.

Kane Williamson makes a comeback for the Test series against Australia

Kane Williamson is set to rejoin the New Zealand squad for the opening Test against Australia, scheduled to begin in Wellington on Thursday, February 29.

The significance of the two-match Test series is heightened as New Zealand and Australia currently hold the first and third positions, respectively, on the World Test Championship (WTC) table.

The Blackcaps secured a 2-0 series victory against South Africa in their recent Test matches, whereas Australia faced a surprising defeat to the West Indies in their last Test encounter at Brisbane.

Before this setback, the Australians had won their preceding four Tests during the home summer, which included a 3-0 whitewash of Pakistan.

However, New Zealand is not without challenges, as Devon Conway will be absent from the first Test due to injury, and pace bowler Neil Wagner has announced his retirement.

New Zealand is facing a challenging track record against Australia in Test cricket, as they haven’t won a series against their Trans-Tasman rivals since 1989-90. In the most recent Test series between the two teams in 2019-20, Australia achieved a clean sweep of 3-0 at home.

The two sides have not clashed in a Test series in New Zealand since 2015-16, where Australia secured a 2-0 victory. New Zealand’s last Test triumph against Australia dates back to the memorable drawn series in Hobart during 2011-12.

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