Stuart Williams was a prolific West Indian cricketer whose career spanned 8 years, from 1994-2002. One of his biggest achievements was when he scored a test century against India.
In 2004 whilst playing in the Carib Beer Test series matches, Williams fractured his little finger, which later got infected and had to be amputated. Despite this, Stuart Williams returned to the sport in 2005 and topped his team’s batting average. This however was to be his final season playing cricket competitively. Stuart Williams did not leave the sport he adores completely, instead he later became a selector. In 2008 he was named as a selector in the national selection panel.
Throughout his career Williams showed a lot of determination especially through his injury. He didn’t make excuses when he or his team had a bad match, instead he chose to learn from each match and continue to work harder to perfect his skills. Stuart Williams continued to be involved in the sport after he retired and helps scout players with potential, helping them to achieve their dreams. Stuart Williams we at Caribbean1st salute you.