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Rashid Khan: 'China is a viable commercial growth market'

China coach excited by the future

Jul 23, 2007: Rashid Khan, the former Pakistan allrounder now coaching China, says the country is developing cricket the right way by focussing on local grass-roots cricket rather than relying on expatriates

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ACC women's tournament

Bangladesh beat China by 86 runs

Jul 15, 2007: China's weakness against spin was well exploited by the Bangladeshi bowlers

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China is cricket's next big destination

Chinese women gear up for Asian championships

Jun 17, 2007: A sign of cricket's growing popularity in China, especially among women, is that there are 19 teams in the women's National Championships this year as opposed to only six last year when the tournament was started

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Move part of ICC-ACC development initiative

Rashid Khan to coach Chinese cricketers

Nov 3, 2006: Rashid Khan, the former Pakistan fast bowler, has been appointed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to train young cricketers in China

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India in Pakistan, 2005-06

Ganguly's selection detrimental - former Pakistan players

Dec 29, 2005: The contentious selection of Sourav Ganguly in the touring squad for the Tests in Pakistan - many former Pakistan players believe - will go in favour of Pakistan

Daily News

Pakistan A v England XI, Lahore

Rashid Khan continues to enjoy Midas touch as coach

Dec 8, 2005: For Rashid Khan, the former Pakistan allrounder, it was second time lucky at the Bagh-e-Jinnah Ground on Wednesday when his team defeated England by one wicket in the warm-up match

Waheed Khan
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