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Catching up with Curwin

Written by Benedict Chanakira (bchanakira2)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks on 2 Nov 2015 at 13:05
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One of the best junior players to come through the ranks in the last two seasons. Curwin Bosch is a 10 who is also at home at 15. Curwin has the vision to create space for others,pace and one of the best kicking games on the junior scene. After months of waiting, Curwin has declared loyalty to the Sharks and will join the squad earlier than most under 19′s. The future of Sharks and Springbok rugby. Benedict caught up with Bosch and spoke his move to Durban and that nightmare Craven Week final.

Hi Curwin, how are you?

Howzit man! I’m great thanks just exams keeping me busy at the moment.

What should Sharks fans expect from Curwin Bosch as a player and as a person?

I think firstly Shark fans are expecting me to perform on the field since it’s what I’m there for. Obviously I would like to think that I won’t be disappointing them. I think they can expect nothing but the best from me and honouring of the black and white jersey. That being said a lot of hard work needs to be done.

Which Sharks player will you be awestruck to see when you arrive for your first session?

I think Pat Lambie! I’ve met him before. He is a great person and even better rugby player!

You had a disappointing end to your Craven Week. What happened against Western Province?

*breaks into a roar of laughter* To this day I have no idea what happened that day I just remember kicking off countless times!

You are now a Sharks player and we understand unlike the rest of the U19 signings you will be in Durban earlier. Are you looking forward to the new era?

Yeah ?most definitely!! I cannot wait to join the Sharks and finally get my career underway! There are going to be some challenges but they all good challenges and I am looking forward to a great journey!

What are your goals for 2016?

I’d like to settle in with the mentality that I could fit in anywhere but I would also like to get a Super Rugby cap and hopefully catch the coaches’ attention to give me opportunities.

You are deemed the most talented youngster in South Africa since Handre Pollard by some. What do you think?

*chuckles* Yeah it’s always nice to hear these things but like I said before no one can determine my future except for my hard work and dedication! Lots of work lies ahead of me and I will take it day by day.

What attracted you to Durban the most?

I think the environment that the Sharks players have created for themselves. Its great to be around a bunch of players who want to be there and play the game! And of course the Durban weather is fantastic!

Which areas do you want to work on?

I wanna work on every aspect of my game! I want to become the complete rugby player! So I will start from scratch and turn my strengths to even stronger aspects as well.

You are aiming for the SA under 20 squad, do you think a few of your team mates from Craven Week 2014 will create more history with you when you potentially link up for the Baby Boks next year?

Yes it is my goal and I am sure its also those who are eligible to aim to play too. I will keep a close eye on the squad being picked and hopefully those who deserve it can get a chance!

Welcome to Durban Curwin and all the best.

Thank you!


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