Sharks coach pleased with Chamberlain’s growth during URC European tour

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Sharks flyhalf Boeta Chamberlain has impressed in the position recently.
Sharks flyhalf Boeta Chamberlain has impressed in the position recently.
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Having worked with Boeta Chamberlain in the Sharks’ junior teams a few years ago, coach Sean Everitt is pleased with the young flyhalf’s impressive growth.

The 22-year-old Chamberlain has been trusted with the pivot role by Everitt in the United Rugby Championship (URC) ahead of the more experienced Curwin Bosch recently.

While Chamberlain, who was instrumental in the Sharks’ only URC win so far (against Ospreys last week), is bossing it up at 10. Bosch (24) has been selected at fullback.

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