Please note that carnival data prior to 2004 is incomplete or missing

State Championships

Sat, 2 Mar 2019 to Mon, 4 Mar 2019

State Championships 2018

Please ignore the published ladder for the U/9 groups.It's incorrect as our IT system hasn't been updated to properly support the new competition format.

Sat, 3 Mar 2018 to Mon, 5 Mar 2018

Sat, 4 Mar 2017 to Mon, 6 Mar 2017

IGA State Championships 2016

In 2016 IGA took over sponsorship and the championships were called the IGA State Championships and held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 84 teams participated.

Sat, 5 Mar 2016 to Mon, 7 Mar 2016

Fielders Choice State Championships 2015

In 2015 the Fielders Choice State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 80 teams participated.

Sat, 28 Feb 2015 to Mon, 2 Mar 2015

Fielders Choice State Championships 2014

In 2014 the Fielders Choice State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 76 teams participated.

Sat, 1 Mar 2014 to Mon, 3 Mar 2014

Fielders Choice State Championships 2013

In 2013 the Fielders Choice State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 84 teams participated. The Under 13 age group returned this year to the competition.

Sat, 2 Mar 2013 to Mon, 4 Mar 2013

Fielders Choice State Championships 2012

In 2012 the Fielders Choice State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 68 teams participated. Due to changes in age group rules there was no under 13 competition this year.

Sat, 3 Mar 2012 to Mon, 5 Mar 2012

Fielders Choice State Championships 2011

In 2011 the Fielders Choice State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. The under 13 girls competition was dropped because of lack of nominations. 88 teams participated and a non gender under 12 competition was added.

Sat, 5 Mar 2011 to Mon, 7 Mar 2011

State Championships 2010

In 2010 Hospital Benefit Fund withdrew their sponsorship and State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Financial assistance was received from City of Perth. 108 teams participated.

Sat, 27 Feb 2010 to Mon, 1 Mar 2010

HBF State Championships 2009

In 2009 the HBF State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. The under 11 girls competition was dropped because of lack of nominations. 94 teams participated.

Sat, 28 Feb 2009 to Mon, 2 Mar 2009

2008 HBF Action for Healthy Kids State Championships

In 2008 the HBF Action for Healthy Kids State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 98 teams participated.

Sat, 1 Mar 2008 to Mon, 3 Mar 2008

HBF State Championships 2007

In 2007 the HBF Action for Healthy Kids State Championships were held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 106 teams participated.

Sat, 3 Mar 2007 to Mon, 5 Mar 2007

2006 HBF AFHK State Championships

In 2006 Hospital Benefit Fund took over sponsorship and the championships were called the HBF Action for Healthy Kids State Championships held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 104 teams participated.

Sat, 4 Mar 2006 to Mon, 6 Mar 2006

2005 State Championships 30 Years of Tee-Ball

In 2005 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 98 teams participated.

Sat, 5 Mar 2005 to Mon, 7 Mar 2005

State Championships 2004

In 2004 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 100 teams participated.

Sat, 28 Feb 2004 to Mon, 1 Mar 2004

2003 State Championship Carnival

In 2003 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 110 teams participated.

Sat, 1 Mar 2003 to Mon, 3 Mar 2003

2002 State Championship Carnival

In 2002 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. 112 teams participated.

Sat, 2 Mar 2002 to Mon, 4 Mar 2002

State Championships 2001

In 2001 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Also the under10 boys and under11 boys divisions changed to under10 and under11, and the under12 boys division changed to under13. 110 teams participated.

State Championships 2000

In 2000 the State Championship Carnival was held at Langley Park over a 3 day long weekend. Also an under12 boys division was introduced. 114 teams participated.

State Championships 1999

In 1999 Challenge bank withdrew their sponsorship so the State Championship Carnival was held over a 3 day long weekend at Maida Vale Reserve on the first day and Langley Park on the second and third day. 114 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1998

In 1998 the Challenge Bank State Championships were changed, to enable the country teams to participate, from five Sundays to a three day long weekend at Langley Park. Geraldton and Wickham attended. 106 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1997

In 1997 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 108 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1996

In 1996 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 108 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1995

In 1995 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 106 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1994

In 1994 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 116 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1993

In 1993 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 120 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1992

In 1992 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 118 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1991

In 1991 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 116 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1990

In 1990 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks and the under9 boys division became the under9 (introducing mixed teams). 112 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1989

In 1989 the Challenge Bank State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 110 teams participated.

Challenge Bank State Championships 1988

In 1988 Perth Building Society became the Challenge Bank and so State Championships became the Challenge Bank State Championships. 112 teams participated.

PBS State Championships 1987

In 1987 the PBS State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 108 teams participated.

PBS State Championships 1986

In 1986 the PBS State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks and the under10 girls division was changed to under11 girls. 114 teams participated.

PBS State Championships 1985

In 1985 the PBS State Championships were played at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 110 teams participated.

PBS State Championships 1984

In 1984 the name was changed to the PBS State Championships and was held at Langley Park over 5 weeks. 86 teams participated.

PBS State Championship Carnival 1983

In 1983 the name was changed to PBS State Championship Carnival and was held at Yokine Reserve (3 weeks) and Willetton Reserve (2 weeks) with two games each Friday night at Parry Field. 82 teams participated.

PBS Inter-District Tee-Ball Carnival 1982

In 1982 the PBS Inter-District Carnival was played at Yokine Reserve over 5 weeks. 72 teams participated.

PBS Inter-District Tee-Ball Carnival 1981

In 1981 the PBS Inter-District Carnival at Langley Park was reduced to 5 weeks and girls over10 division changed to girls under13. 60 teams participated.

PBS Inter-District Tee-Ball Carnival 1980

In 1980 saw a new sponsor, Perth Building Society and the introduction of under10 and over10 girls divisions played in the PBS Inter-District Carnival at Langley Park over 8 weeks. A fee of $5 per team was introduced and the first country team (Busselton) attended. 43 teams participated.

Commonwealth Bank Inter-District Tee-Ball competition 1979

In 1979 under9, under10 and under11 boys divisions were used for the first time in the Commonwealth Bank Inter-District Tee-Ball competition held at Langley Park over 8 weeks. 24 teams participated.

Commonwealth Bank Inter-District Tee-Ball competition 1978

In 1978 with more clubs entering the competition (South Perth and Swan Districts) and a change of name to Commonwealth Bank Inter-District Tee-Ball competition for under10 boys was held over 9 weeks in February and March at a different club each week. 8 teams participated.

Inter-District Tee-Ball Competition (1977)

In 1977 with another club entering the competition (Wanneroo) and a sponsor found, the Commonwealth Bank Tee-Ball competition for under10 boys was held over 7 weeks in February and March at a different club each week. 8 teams participated.

First Inter-District Tee-Ball Competition (1976)

In 1976 eight under10 boys teams (5 from Wembley, 1 from Morley and 2 from Perth – this was all the tee-ball teams playing in Western Australia) played a short competition at Woodlands. 8 teams participated.