DURBAN – Imraan Khan was on Tuesday appointed as coach of the Dolphins for the 2019/20 season starting with their CSA four-day Franchise Series clash against the Titans on October 7 in Pretoria.
Khan, who served as assistant coach to Grant Morgan, was born-and-bred in KwaZulu-Natal and played his entire domestic cricket career for the Dolphins, KZN Coastal and KZN Inland.
He notched up 333 caps in his professional career with one Test cap to his name, when he played against Australia in Cape Town in 2009.
In first class cricket the left-hander scored just short of 10 000 runs and took 62 wickets with his handy off-spin. He averaged 36.58 with the bat scoring 20 hundreds and 49 fifties.
Khan also boasts the most caps as a captain of the Dolphins with 86 across the three formats.