Our Partners

Belt Up
Our Partners Netball WA, RugbyWA and WA Country Football.

The West Australian Country Football League (WACFL), Netball WA and RugbyWA are all proud Belt up partners, and are funded by the Insurance Commission.

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Netball WA

The Insurance Commission provided Netball WA $825,000 in sponsorship to promote Belt up between 2014 and 2016.

Netball is the highest female participation sport in Western Australia, with:

  • Over 225,000 girls aged 5 to 15 years playing;
  • Over 40,000 competitive members - 3,965 teams and 980 senior teams; and
  • 60,000 people participating in local social netball.

Belt up is promoted through Netball WA’s strong player and support networks, including:

  • Over 10,000 Belt up branded netballs distributed across the State;
  • State Netball League;
  • NAIDOC Carnival;
  • Regional Academy Cup;
  • State Association Championships;
  • Championships; and
  • Annual Belt up round.

Find out more about Netball WA.

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Rugby WA

The Insurance Commission provided RugbyWA $600,000 in sponsorship to promote Belt up between 2014 and 2016.

Rugby has a high participation rate of young males:

  • Over 48,000 participants;
  • 30 senior rugby clubs; and
  • 110 registered teams.

Belt up is promoted through RugbyWA’s strong player and support networks, including:

  • Belt up branded equipment distributed to school programs, junior and senior rugby clubs:
    • 2,159 rugby balls;
    • 208 hit shields;
    • 38 sandwich boards; and
    • 90 gear bags.
  • Annual Belt up round;
  • Senior Rugby Grand Final Weekend;
  • Community Grand Finals Weekend;
  • Clough Pursuit of Excellence School Program;
  • Western Force and RugbyWA player appearances; and
  • Western Force Super Rugby home games.

Find out more about RugbyWA.

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West Australian Country Football League (WACFL)

The Insurance Commission provided the WACFL $600,000 in sponsorship to promote Belt up between 2014 and 2016.

WACFL’s 17 year sponsorship relationship with the Insurance Commission specifically targets country areas.

There is a high level of young males in rural areas that participate in WACFL throughout the entire State:

  • 27,000 players;
  • 25 senior leagues;
  • 150 individual clubs;
  • 506 junior teams; and
  • 14,000 volunteers.

Belt up is promoted through WACFL’s strong player and support networks, including:

  • Belt up branded footy jumpers distributed to 150 WACFL clubs;
  • Belt up branded footballs;
  • Annual Belt up round;
  • Great Southern Colts Carnival;
  • Northern Colts Carnival;
  • South Australia vs Western Australia State Country Game; and
  • Providing safe travel for regional players to Country Colt Carnivals.

WACFL is proud of its large percentage of Indigenous Western Australian participants. Every year Belt up is promoted at Indigenous carnivals, such as:

  • Garduwa Festival;
  • Kimberley 16s Carnival;
  • North West Academy 15s Championship;
  • Western Desert League Carnival;
  • Nicky Winmar Cup; and
  • Gwaba Festival.

Find out more about WACFL.

Page Last Updated 15 Dec 2015