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William Bosisto is a right hand bat from WA.
He has represented his state in the U19 National Championships and has been selected in the U19 World Cup squad to be played in Queensland in August 2012.
Bosisto completed schooling at Scotch College, Perth, WA and is now studying Commerce at the University of Western Australia.
Bosisto caught the eye of U19 selectors during the national championships after scoring 329 runs in the tournament at an average of 41.1 and taking two wickets with his handy off spinners.
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30 Apr 13
Tim Nielsen is one of the specialist coaches working with the AIS Scholars at the Centre of Excellence in Brisbane ahead of their trip to Hampshire. He chats to CATV about being back at the COE and the talent in the squad.
Paris-Bosisto bond to reach its zenith
24 Aug 12
Australia profile: Will Bosisto
05 Aug 12
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