Members of the three Australian traveling teams on the Olympic Peninsula this week actually come from all over the world. From left, Mitch Thomas, Melbourne, Aust.; Bradley Fraser, Perth, Aust.; Geordan Jackson-Murphy, Fiji; Etienne Thomas, Tunis, Tunisia; and Donovan Worrall, Johannesburg, South Africa, all play for the Australia White team that played Wilder Jr. this week and played in the Firecracker Tournament. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

Members of the three Australian traveling teams on the Olympic Peninsula this week actually come from all over the world. From left, Mitch Thomas, Melbourne, Aust.; Bradley Fraser, Perth, Aust.; Geordan Jackson-Murphy, Fiji; Etienne Thomas, Tunis, Tunisia; and Donovan Worrall, Johannesburg, South Africa, all play for the Australia White team that played Wilder Jr. this week and played in the Firecracker Tournament. (Pierre LaBossiere/Peninsula Daily News)

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