Oraine Williams2022-03-29T19:34:43+01:00

Oraine Williams

Date of Birth 13/07/1992
Age 29
NationalityWest Indian
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Medium Fast
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa (Creative & Sporting)
Major Teams Jamaica, Combined Campuses and Colleges, North West Warriors

Oraine Williams is a high-class professional currently playing for the star-studded Jamaica side which plays home to no less than a dozen Windies internationals.

A prolific opening batter, who keeps wicket at domestic level and bowls seam-up in club cricket, finally broke into professional cricket in April 2017 after lording the Jamaican club scene over the past decade.

To date, he’s only played 10 first-class and 4 List A matches (as at 04/08/21), but the fact he’s involved with the Jamaican squad is a sure sign of his undoubted quality.

The run machine, who has racked up over 3,000 runs with 7 centuries for Central Titans, plus even more with home club St Catherine’s in the JCA, has also enjoyed plenty of success abroad.

He has played for Vybes Sports Club and Queens United Sports Club in Atlanta and New York, respectively in recent years, following two outstanding stints in Northern Ireland.

Turning out for Eglinton in the North West Cricket Union (2015-16), he churned out runs and wickets in the Premier League and did likewise for the North West Warriors in Ireland’s Inter-Provincial Competition.

In his last season for Eglinton (2016) he chalked up 778 runs at 55.57 and took 33 wickets at 16.03, backing up his impressive statistics during his maiden UK season for Eglinton in 2015 (732 runs at 31.83 and 41 wickets at 16.48).

He was set to return to the North West to play for Glendermott in 2020, but unfortunately, league rules prevented him from doing so (lack of his level 2 coaching badge), therefore he is eager to play cricket in England during the 2022 season where he will also undertake his UKCC level 2 coaching qualification.

A high-class player, who comes highly recommended by various sources, including his club mates in the North West – Williams would be a stand-out professional signing for the 2022 season.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Eglinton (2016) 20 20 6 778 102* 55.57 133.2 529 33 5/25 16.03
Eglinton (2015) 27 27 4 732 91 31.83 190 675 41 4/12 16.46
Date of Birth 13/07/1992
Age 29
NationalityWest Indian
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Medium Fast
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa (Creative & Sporting)
Major Teams Jamaica, Combined Campuses and Colleges, North West Warriors

Oraine Williams is a high-class professional currently playing for the star-studded Jamaica side which plays home to no less than a dozen Windies internationals.

A prolific opening batter, who keeps wicket at domestic level and bowls seam-up in club cricket, finally broke into professional cricket in April 2017 after lording the Jamaican club scene over the past decade.

To date, he’s only played 10 first-class and 4 List A matches (as at 04/08/21), but the fact he’s involved with the Jamaican squad is a sure sign of his undoubted quality.

The run machine, who has racked up over 3,000 runs with 7 centuries for Central Titans, plus even more with home club St Catherine’s in the JCA, has also enjoyed plenty of success abroad.

He has played for Vybes Sports Club and Queens United Sports Club in Atlanta and New York, respectively in recent years, following two outstanding stints in Northern Ireland.

Turning out for Eglinton in the North West Cricket Union (2015-16), he churned out runs and wickets in the Premier League and did likewise for the North West Warriors in Ireland’s Inter-Provincial Competition.

In his last season for Eglinton (2016) he chalked up 778 runs at 55.57 and took 33 wickets at 16.03, backing up his impressive statistics during his maiden UK season for Eglinton in 2015 (732 runs at 31.83 and 41 wickets at 16.48).

He was set to return to the North West to play for Glendermott in 2020, but unfortunately, league rules prevented him from doing so (lack of his level 2 coaching badge), therefore he is eager to play cricket in England during the 2022 season where he will also undertake his UKCC level 2 coaching qualification.

A high-class player, who comes highly recommended by various sources, including his club mates in the North West – Williams would be a stand-out professional signing for the 2022 season.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Eglinton (2016) 20 20 6 778 102* 55.57 133.2 529 33 5/25 16.03
Eglinton (2015) 27 27 4 732 91 31.83 190 675 41 4/12 16.46
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