Kane Williamson lifting Test Mace for the first time – ‘It’s heavier than expected’

New Zealand won the World Test Championship (WTC) final by beating India in the final. The Kiwi team won the title by beating India by eight wickets on the sixth day of the reserve, Reserve Day In addition to the trophy, the team also won the Test Mace. Winning New Zealand captain Kane Williamson holds Test Mace in hand for the first time Williamson now shares the experience of lifting Test Mace with fans.

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Williamson raised Test Mace for the first time since winning the award. She has now shared her experience on social media. The Kiwi captain who shared his experience said the expectation was high. New Zealand Cricket posted a video on their Twitter, in which Williamson said, ‘I mean we haven’t taken it before, so it’s a different feeling. It’s heavier than you think and expect. We didn’t know it was true until we laid hands on it. ‘

Commenting on the team’s performance, Williamson said he was proud to see veterans Ross Taylor and BJ Watling win the WTC final as one of the most memorable moments of their careers.

Kiwi leader said, “There is a real mix of new players and experienced players. You’ve got people like Ross (Taylor), the most experienced of us. They have been here for so many years and after all the hard work you have accomplished.
These people have given a lot to our sport. It is quite satisfying that he remembers this as one of the most memorable moments of his career.

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