Tertius Bosch, born March 14, 1966, was a South African cricketer who played in one Test and two ODIs in 1992. He was one of the first fast bowlers to play for South Africa after their re-admission.
Bosch a fast-medium bowler was educated at Hanhaver Laerskool and Veereniging Hoerskool, toured England and the Netherlands in 1982 with the South African Country Districts U/16s team and was named in the South African Country Districts Nuffield XI in 1983.
He made his first-class debut in the 1986/1987 seasons, for Northern Transvaal B against Eastern Province B while studying for a dental degree at the University of Pretoria. He had a very good season in 1990-91 as he picked up 42 wickets at an average of 26.40. He was one of the consistent performers in domestic cricket and thus picked for the 1992 World Cup.
Bosch made his Test debut in South Africa's first Test match following their readmission to international cricket, against West Indies at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados on 18 April 1992, and his One Day International debut on 29 February 1992, against New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland. In 1998, Bosch played last match and retired with 210 wickets in 68 First-Class games.
On February 14, 2000 Tertius Bosch died in mysterious circumstances at the age of 33 and it was announced that he had succumbed to Guilliame Barre syndrome. There were allegations made of poisoning by his wife Karen Anne and as a result his body was exhumed for further investigation. Now, Tertius Bosch son Corbin Bosh inherited his wealth.
Bosch's son Corbin Bosch followed his father’s footsteps and is a current South African first-class cricketer.