Sneh Rana Height, Weight, Age, Family, Facts, Biography

Sneh Rana Quick Information
height 5 feet 6 inches
weight 63 kg
Date of birth February 18, 1994
Zodiac sign Aquarius
eye color dark brown

Sneh Rana is an Indian professional cricketer, who has represented his country in all 3 formats of the game (Test, ODI and T20I) as a bowling all-rounder. In the Indian domestic circuit, she has played for Punjab and railway lady In all 3 formats.

name at birth

Sneh Rana

nick name


Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in January 2022
Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in January 2022 (Sneh Rana / Instagram)

Sun sign


birth place

Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India


Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India




professional cricketer

Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in July 2021
Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in July 2021 (Sneh Rana / Instagram)


  • father – Bhagwant Singh (Farmer) (d. 2021)
  • siblings Ruchi Rana (Older Sister)


He is represented by Baseline Ventures, a Sports Marketing, Entertainment and Brand Licensing Company, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.


right handed


right hand


bowling all-rounder

Jersey number

2 – Test Matches, One Day International (ODI), T20 International (T20I)




5 feet 6 inches or 167.5 cm


63 kg or 139 lbs

Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in August 2022
Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in August 2022 (Sneh Rana / Instagram)

Caste / Ethnicity

Asian (Indian)

hair color


eye color

dark brown

sexual orientation


special features

  • toned physique
  • side-parted, shoulder-length, straight hair
  • friendly smile
  • radiant face
Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in September 2021
Sneh Rana as seen in an Instagram post in September 2021 (Sneh Rana / Instagram)

Sneh Rana Facts

  1. Sneh made his international debut for India in January 2014, just a month before his 20th birthday. However, in 2016 his knee injury interrupted the start of his dream as he did not get a chance to play international cricket for almost 5 years.
  2. Help came just weeks after his all-rounder performance, in May 2021 railway lady After capturing his 12th domestic 50-over title, he was selected in India’s Test match squad for their upcoming one-off match against England. In that domestic tournament, she was her team’s top wicket-taker with 18 dismissals at an astonishing average of 12.66 and also recorded 160 runs in critical conditions while batting in the lower middle order. She was the star of that tournament’s final – figures of 34 runs with the bat and 3/33 with the ball.
  3. On June 16, 2021, he made his Test debut as well as his international return in the above Test match against England. In the first innings of the match, she was India’s best performer with the ball – 4/131 in 39.2 overs. England had scored 396 runs in the first innings and applied a follow-on to register a 165-run lead.
  4. When Sneh came out to bat in India’s second innings, India were getting out for 189/6 in the 71st over on the fourth and final day of the match. With almost 63 overs still left in the match and India’s score dominant at 24/6, there was a real danger that England could easily knock on the remaining wickets and win the match. However, Sneh had other ideas as he scored an unbeaten 80 counter-attacking runs to take India to 344/8 as the teams, with 12 overs to spare, joined hands for a respectable draw.
  5. Her unbeaten 80 was the third highest ever in women’s Test matches from the No. 8 batting position. Her unbroken 104-run partnership for the 9th wicket with Tania Bhatia in that match was the second highest partnership for the 9th wicket in the history of women’s Test matches. She also became the first Indian cricketer (male or female) to set the record for scoring more than 50 and taking more than 4 wickets at the start of a Test match.
  6. In India’s opening match of 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World CupAgainst arch-rivals Pakistan, she came to bat in the 31st over as India struggled to 112/5. He then played a brilliant innings of 53 not out off just 48 balls. Her 7th wicket partnership of 122 runs with Pooja Vastrakar had set a new record for the highest partnership runs for the 7th wicket in women’s ODIs. His effort pulled India’s score to a competitive 244 and then he bowled a frugal spell (2/27 in 9 overs) in the second innings of the match as India won the game by 107 runs. This was India’s 11th consecutive win over Pakistan in women’s ODIs.
  7. In India’s third match of the tournament, against West Indies, she was the team’s best-performer with the ball (3/22 in 9.3 overs), as India bundled out West Indies for just 162 to win the game by a huge margin. was. 155 runs.
  8. In India’s 6th match of the tournament, against Bangladesh, she went to bat in the 44th over with India struggling at 176/6. He scored 27 off 23 and helped India reach a total of 229 runs. She was then India’s best performer with the ball (4/30 in 10 overs) as India beat Bangladesh for just 119 to win the match by 110 runs.

Featured image by Sneh Rana / Instagram