|Style||right-arm fast medium|
|D. O. B.||10 September, 1994|
Bosch emerged from the 2014 U19 World Cup triumph as one of the players to watch in South African cricket, having been man of the match in the final as his fast-medium bowling netted him four for 15 and wrecked Pakistan’s top-order. He was a key member of the University of Pretoria side that dominated national club cricket and returned to the province before the start of the 2017/18 season after a year playing first-grade cricket in Brisbane.
The 25-year-old son of the late Tertius Bosch, a fast bowler who played a Test and two ODIs for South Africa when they returned from isolation in 1992, has gained pace to go with his considerable skills and he is also a very useful batsman in the lower-order, as he showed when scoring a pair of half-centuries against the Warriors in East London and sharing a matchwinning unbeaten sixth-wicket stand of 123 with Farhaan Behardien to win their Momentum One-Day Cup semi-final against the Cape Cobras last season.