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Dominic Williamson (born 15 November 1975) is an English cricketer.
Williamson is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium
pace. He was born in Durham, County Durham. Williamson made his
first-class debut for Leicestershire against the touring Indians in
1996. He played infreqently in first-class cricket for
Leicestershire, making 8 further first-class appearances, the last
of which came against Hampshire in the 2000 County Championship. In
his 9 first-class matches, he scored 273 runs at an average of
30.33, with a high score of 47. With the ball, he took 14 wickets
at an average of 37.78, with best figures of 3/19. It was though in
List A cricket that Williamson was the prove to be more useful,
making his debut for the county against Derbyshire in the 1996
Benson & Hedges Cup. He made 65 further List A appearances for
Leicestershire, the last of which came against Yorkshire in the
1996 Norwich Union National League.
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