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Will Bosisto

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

AGE
24
HEIGHT
183CM
BORN

Geraldton

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

University

Bio

Captain of the Cricket Australia XI for the 2016 Matador Cup, Bosisto scored his maiden Sheffield Shield century against Victoria at the MCG in 2015. 

Bosisto is part of an assembly line of emerging talent that is developing in the west. He was pencilled in as a possible future captain of the state side after an impressive showing at the under-19 World Cup.

The right-handed batsman has shown maturity beyond his years throughout his buddying career.

The under-19 World Cup has been the catalyst for many of the world’s elite cricketers. If Bosisto wants to be a future Australian star, then he certainly aced his audition.

Bosisto played in six matches throughout the tournament; all of which were held in Townsville. He amassed 276 runs, and incredibly was only dismissed once.

He smashed 71* against Bangladesh, before a valiant 87* in the Final against India, but it was all in vain as the tourists won with 14-balls remaining.

On the back of his heroic efforts with the bat, Bosisto was named Player of the Tournament.

He has made one first-class century to go along with three list-A fifties.

Bosisto keeps Bushrangers at bay

Western Australia opener Will Bosisto ensured Victoria's winless streak would stretch into the season break with a defiant half-century on day four


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Bosisto leads the way for Warriors with fighting fifty

Western Australia opener Will Bosisto struck a measured half-century on day one of their JLT Sheffield Shield clash with Victoria before falling for 57


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Bosisto bats on after nasty helmet blow in Perth

Young WA allrounder Will Bosisto copped a nasty blow from this bouncer delivered by Redbacks quick Joe Mennie, but was cleared to continue batting


Hodge to lead CA XI against Pakistan

Victorian legend takes the reins of young CA XI side for pink-ball warm-up in Cairns


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Bosisto aiming to repeat epic upset

Tournament rookies looking to keep their perfect record against Tasmania intact


Fledgling bats prosper in season opener

A number of young batsmen impressed in the first domestic match of the summer