FC Granit Mikashevichi Academy joined BATE in 2010 and quickly became one of
the leaders of the Reserve squad. He played 73 games for it scoring six goals.
In spite of
lack of physical strength, Kurlovich was outstanding in the midfield both as a interceptor
and playmaker. Most of his goals were scored with long-range shots.
Unfortunately the player did not manage to
become a regular in the first squad, where he played 11 matches and scored one
goal (8 matches, one goal in the Belarusian Championship, 1 match in the
Belarusian Cup and 2 in European Cups). In April 2013 he was loaned to FC Vitebsk (D2), where
he was a regular starter (15 games and 4 goals). And in summer 2013 the second
loan came, this time to FC
Dinamo Brest (12 matches, 1 goal). The Southerners were impressed with the midfielder
and decided to sign him permanently in the beginning of 2014.