The Landmark Championships is one of the biggest football events in Australia and the most significant carnival on the Country Football calendar.
The Landmark Championships are held during the July school holidays, commencing each year with games on the Thursday and continuing on the Friday, with the colts finals being held on Saturday and senior finals on Sunday.
A round-robin format was introduced for the first time in 2006 in the Landmark Country Football Championships in the Colts and C-Section seniors.
The concept of the round-robin format is to give the players in the Colts (which consists of two divisions of five teams) more game time and to try to ensure that every young player gets exposed to as much quality competition football as possible.
Landmark has supported the Championships since 1974 and the West Australian Country Football League (WACFL) is extremely proud of the company's continued involvement over 36 years.
Peel Join the Competition for the first time as a full country affiliate. They will be fielding a senior and a Colts side and the WACFL extends a warm welcome to them.
2010 sees 23 teams competing in % divisions and the Championships looks like being one of the best on record.