How did you first get involved in your sport?
I saw my father play cricket when I was small, and my grand father who also played for Kenya. At the age of 9 onwards watched a lot of cricket on tv.
What does a typical week look like for you?
Planning ahead with bigger challenges with the help of coaches.
What do you enjoy the most about being a sportsperson?
Different challenges and the knowledge you get each time and being around seniors helps that.
What are your targets for the next 12 months?
To play for England as already in the England under 19 Junior Development Programme.
What are your long term aims?
To be able to maintain good and high standards as an all rounder.
What do you do in your free time?
Play music, spend time with my family.
How will your SportsAid award help you?
Budget my costs and expenditure in line with coaches fees and travelling costs.
- England U19
- ECB Premier League South - Gunnersbury
- Middlesex Senior Women
- Selected For England Academy in Winter 2010/2011
- April/May 2011 Selected For Senior Super 4's
- 2008 and 2009 Middlesex Best Female Youth Player of the Year Award
- April 2011 Selected to play for England Academy in India
- Gunnersbury Captains Award 2008 and 2009
- Super 4's
- Work hard on the skills for batting, bowling and fielding and fitness
- Play for England Women
"Raveena is progressing well in the England U19 Dev Programme. She will need to develop her power as a batter to ensure that she can be selected as an all-rounder in limited overs cricket." - Clare Connor, Head of Women's Cricket ECB