Raj Limbani: An Under-19 Batter's Nightmare

Raj Limbani is a young bowler, creating chaos in under-19 cricket. Batters are afraid to face his deadly skills, making him a formidable force on the field.


He is a young cricketer from Dayapar, Gujarat, India, born on February 2, 2005.


He pursued a Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree from A D Patel Institute of Technology, CVM University.

The Roots

He learned his skills at the Motibaug Cricket Club in Baroda, a top breeding ground for talented Indian cricketers. Famous for producing players like the Pathan and Pandya brothers.

Farming Background

Being from a farming family, he faced challenges and had to make a choice between farming and cricket. He pursued cricket, excelling as a swing bowler.

Limbani has gained attention for his exceptional performance in the U-19 World Cup 2024 against Australia.

Gaining Recognition

His long-time coach, Digvijay Singh Rathwa, mentioned that he impressed former cricketer Irfan Pathan with his pace & received valuable tips on inswing bowling from him.

Irfan Pathan's Sauce 

Coach's Blessing

His bowling skills and performance in crucial matches have garnered attention, showcasing his potential for a promising cricket career.

Unlocking Achievements

In the recent U-19 World Cup final match between India and Australia, he took 3 wickets and gave 38 runs in his 10 overs.

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