Kane Williamson, partner Sarah Raheem welcome 2nd child: ‘Welcome to the whanau little man’

Kane Williamson said on Sunday that he and his partner Sarah Raheem are blessed with a baby boy. The New Zealand star had left the IPL biobel to be with his family for the birth of his 2nd child.

Kane Williamson will return to New Zealand in June for the English test series (AFP photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Williamson and his partner Sarah blessed with baby boy
  • Williamson had left the IPL biobel before the birth of his 2nd child
  • Williamson and Raheem have a daughter Maggie who was born in 2019

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson announced the birth of his second child with partner Sarah Raheem on Sunday, May 22, via social media. Williamson and his partner are blessed with a son.

“Welcome to the little man whnau,” Williamson said in an Instagram post, sharing a photo of the newborn with his partner Sarah and their first child. Williamson and Raheem have a daughter Maggie, who was born in 2019.

Wishes are pouring in for Williamson and his partner after the star cricketer made the announcement with a heartwarming Instagram post.

Notably, Williamson had left the SunRIsers Hyderabad bio-bubble on May 18 and had flown back to New Zealand to be his partner and family for the birth of their second child. Williamson led SunRiers Hyderabad in IPL 2022.

The New Zealand Test skipper was replaced by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who was the captain for their final IPL 2022 league game against Punjab Kings on Sunday 22 May.

The result didn’t go to SRH’s in the final league game of IPL 2022, as they failed to defend a total of 157 runs on a two-speed pitch at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. Riding on Liam Livingstone’s blitz, PBKS chased the target with 4.5 overs.

SRH finished 8th in the 10 team ranking after getting 12 points in 14 matches.

Kane Williamson himself had a regular season with the bat, managing 216 runs in 13 games with a stroke rate of less than 100.

The superstar’s batter will head to England from home in June for New Zealand’s 3-match Test series. Williamson returns to lead the New Zealand squad after a long absence due to injury. Williamson will face his former captain Brendon McCullum, who has taken over as the head coach of the England Test side.


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