The teams are Kui Raiders, Kala Warriors, Mul Norths, Pacific Raiders, Haco Spiders, City Settlers, Dei Hunters, Nebilyer Settlers, Togoba Magani and Keram Coffee.
Western Highlands CCIC director John Parciegan said these teams had shown interest to trial for qualification into the expanded competition.
Parciegan said other teams who want to participate must inform him so they can be included.
He said that the games will be played at the Queens Park over the weekends.
“This is not the final (list), I believe we still have more teams to join.”
He said the competition has been staged in the province for some time now so the interest was high and they were expecting more teams to come forward.
Parciegan said the deadline for club affiliation throughout the country will be on Saturday.
He said that and player registration will close on January 17.
“If you have any quiries or frustration I would ask you to come forward and explain to my men on the ground so that it can be sorted out.”
He can be contacted on 71412860 for any clarifications or issues related to the competition.