The SA Rugby magazine team rounds up what the rugby community shared on social media this past weekend.
Curwin Bosch’s composed performance against the Crusaders should give Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus food for thought, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Sharks coach Rob du Preez Snr has to back form flyhalf Curwin Bosch for the ultimate challenge against the Crusaders in Christchurch, writes JON CARDINELLI.
CRAIG LEWIS identifies some of the good, the bad and the ugly to take away from round 11 of Vodacom Super Rugby.
Former Sharks wing Tony Watson has written a scathing open letter to the team’s board following the Durban-based side’s poor run of results.
Curwin Bosch will start at flyhalf in one of six changes to the Sharks team to face the Waratahs in Sydney on Saturday.
The argument that Robert du Preez should be picked ahead of Curwin Bosch as the Sharks’ flyhalf because of his defensive strengths does not hold up, writes DYLAN JACK.
What we learned from the eighth round of Vodacom Super Rugby, according to CRAIG LEWIS.
Finding the means to fully harness the enigmatic talent of a player such as Curwin Bosch should be a top priority for SA rugby and the Sharks, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Sharks fullback Aphelele Fassi will miss their match against the Vodacom Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday after suffering a concussion last weekend.