DURBAN – Curwin Bosch was certainly a talking point during this year’s Super Rugby campaign that saw him controversially overlooked at flyhalf for the Sharks, but all that has changed in the Currie Cup, where he is firmly ensconced in the No 10 jersey.
He says the positives to take from spending time at fullback earlier this year is that he grew his game.
“It’s all part of the game being spoken about, we all have opinions on a lot of things,” the 22-year-old smiled after training yesterday ahead of Friday’s visit to the Pumas.
“It was a big learning curve for me. At 15 I learned a lot about space and time and that is going to benefit me whether I play at flyhalf or fullback. But yes, it is nice to be back at flyhalf.”
On the subject of growth, that very word is the motto of the Sharks for this Currie Cup campaign.