The Belt Up Country Cup is a premier cricket competition played between the WACA’s affiliated Country Cricket Associations, providing country players with an opportunity to play in an elite competition.
It was introduced in the 1980-81 season as a Senior Inter Association competition played under the 50 overs per team, one day format.
Over the years the Belt Up Country Cup has been mainly played as a “knock-out” competition, with the grand finalists competing at the WACA towards the end of the season.
The Belt Up Country Cup from the 2009-10 season has been played as a Twenty20 competition.
*For the 1994/95 season, the format was changed with the Regions competing in the Competition.
In the final, Central Districts defeated Mid West. An Under 19 competition was also staged for the first time with South West defeating Wheatbelt in the final.