The side, led by head coach Beau Casson, will compete in six rounds against the best underage cricketers from across the country.

The Championships will then conclude at the iconic WACA Ground for the big decider, which will be available to watch via live stream on the CA Live app, cricket.com.au and the cricket.com.au Facebook page.

WA Men’s team rookie players Jayden Goodwin and Sam Fanning feature in the squad, with Peel cricket rising star Damien Burrage leading the team for the second year.

Coach Beau Casson said the team has improved greatly and is feeling good in the lead up to the championships.

“It’s been an exciting four months for the playing group, there has been a shift in training behaviours which has been a big positive to witness and now it’s about doing that on a consistent basis,” Casson said.

“I think everyone in the squad has the ability to do special things on the field and we look forward to seeing an even contribution by all.

“They have had the chance to develop all facets of their game and what’s been pleasing is their growth as men. They are all looking forward to showcasing their skills.

“There has been states who have had strong carnivals in recent years but as we’ve seen in through our talent pathway, everyone has the ability to take the win on any given day and that’s what makes this competition so enjoyable to be involved in.”

WA Under 19 Men’s squad:
Damien Burrage (C) - Rockingham Mandurah
Lane Berry - Bayswater Morley
Ryleigh Cameron - Bayswater Morley
Ethan Carrington – Perth
Connor Chadwick – Joondalup
Caiden Eaton – Wanneroo
Sam Fanning – Perth
Taj Fergusson - Scarborough
Michael Ferreira - Midland Guildford
Jayden Goodwin - Subiaco Floreat
Hudson Knight - Midland Guildford
Elliot Morris - Joondalup
James Pike - Claremont Nedlands
Connor Smith - Perth