The Statewide T20 brings together representative teams from various Western Australian Cricket Association stakeholders, including Country Cricket, Aboriginal Cricket, Cricket West, Multicultural and Deaf and Hard of Hearing. For the first time ever, a Women’s Division was also introduced to the event.

In the semi finals of the men’s competition Cricket West XI took on the Culture Cup XI, with Cricket West chasing 127 with three wickets and four balls to spare.

Culture Cup batted first with some sharp new ball bowling destroying the top five of the Culture Cup XI.

Khalesh Mamtani and Bahadur Ali put on a 76-run partnership to give Culture Cup a chance, but ultimately the damage was done.

Cricket West's Ronson Babu was the chief destroyer taking 3-13.

In reply Culture Cup took some early wickets to get hearts racing in the Cricket West camp, but an excellent 53 from 39 balls from Josh Marrs helped to lead Cricket West home.

Ankit Battan bowled exceptionally for Culture Cup, taking 4-12 from his four overs.

In the other Semi Final the Country XI were comfortable 40-run winners over the Aboriginal XI.

Country XI batted first and tight bowling from the Aboriginal XI kept the run rate low but wickets in hand meant Nathan Crudeli and Mitchell Shellam could attack at the end of the innings and push the total to 141.

In reply the Country XI struck early to remove 3 of the top 4 for single figures, placing the Aboriginal XI firmly on the back foot.

Regular wickets meant the Aboriginal XI weren't able to get the chase back on track, despite some massive sixes from Craig Jones.

Jacob Wintle was the pick of the bowlers, taking 3-12 as the Aboriginal XI could only manage 101 from their 20 overs.

In the final, WA Country XI withstood a sparkling unbeaten 70 off 46 balls from Cricket West’s Josh Harris to escape with a narrow six-run win.

Setting Cricket West a target of 143 to win, Country XI appeared on track for a comfortable victory after Crudeli snared three early wickets as Cricket West slumped to 3-24 but Harris and Duncan Taylor (34) pushed their side back into the contest and kept up with the required run rate.

Harris smashed three sixes in his impressive knocked but Country XI’s Coen Marwick held his nerve in the final over, conceding only seven runs as his side triumphed for the second year in a row.

Earlier, Michael Noble (60 from 57 balls) and Jeremy Wood (45 from 37) ensured Country XI would compile a more than competitive score batting first.

In the Women’s division, the Aboriginal and Country XI’s faced each other for the first time, and Country finished the game strongly to win by 51 runs.

Batting first the Country XI started positively, with Captain Janelle Phillips consistently finding the boundary.

Phillips would go on to top score for the match, making 46 from 40 balls.

Tight bowling and sharp fielding helped to keep the run rate down and wickets falling, with Rikki Garlett being the stand out picking up two wickets and a run out.

In reply the Aboriginal XI had a strong opening partnership and looked on track to chase the Country total of 117.

The removal of the opening batters opened the flood gates and wickets fell quickly to see the Aboriginal XI all out for 66.

Drew Eppis was the standout, taking 5-3 on debut. Emily Bowden was the top performer with the bat, making 36 runs, including five boundaries.