Everitt tries different options for Currie Cup clash against Bulls

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Sharks flyhalf turned fullback, Curwin Bosch.
Sharks flyhalf turned fullback, Curwin Bosch.
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Sharks coach Sean Everitt has explained the surprise move of Curwin Bosch from flyhalf to fullback for the big Currie Cup duel with the Bulls.

The two sides will stage a battle for control of the competition’s standings at 7 pm on Friday at Kings Park. The Jake White-coached Bulls heads into the clash at the summit of the table with 28 points, while the Sharks are three points behind them.

Everitt named his matchday 23 and many were surprised to see star flyhalf Bosch being named at fullback and Lionel Cronjé at pivot.

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