A player for the Victorian Kookaburras swings at a pitch during a tournament last year at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach (www.ripkenbaseball.com/myrtle_beach). Local families again will step up to the plate to house these two touring youth teams from Australia for a week in July (www.victoriankookaburrasbaseball.com.au). For details, reach Bobby Holland at 843-213-2705 or email bholland@ripkenbaseball.com.
A player for the Victorian Kookaburras swings at a pitch during a tournament last year at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach (www.ripkenbaseball.com/myrtle_beach). Local families again will step up to the plate to house these two touring youth teams from Australia for a week in July (www.victoriankookaburrasbaseball.com.au). For details, reach Bobby Holland at 843-213-2705 or email bholland@ripkenbaseball.com. Glossy Finish by Lifetouch Courtesy photo
A player for the Victorian Kookaburras swings at a pitch during a tournament last year at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach (www.ripkenbaseball.com/myrtle_beach). Local families again will step up to the plate to house these two touring youth teams from Australia for a week in July (www.victoriankookaburrasbaseball.com.au). For details, reach Bobby Holland at 843-213-2705 or email bholland@ripkenbaseball.com. Glossy Finish by Lifetouch Courtesy photo

Kookaburra call: Host families help touring Aussie youth baseball teams

April 09, 2017 05:00 AM

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