|Former names||Cameron and Soldiers' Park (1918–2008)|
|Location||Masterton, Wellington region, New Zealand|
|Wairarapa Bush (Heartland Championship)|
Wairarapa United (Central Premier League)
Hurricanes Development team
Memorial Park, also known as Trust House Memorial Park for sponsorship reasons and formerly as Cameron and Soldiers' Park, is a sports facility which is located in Masterton, Wellington region, New Zealand. The two main sports that are played on the ground are Rugby and Football. It has a capacity for 10,000 spectators.
|Image of Cameron and Soldiers' Park in 1969.|
The previous Masterton showground was acquired by a local committee in 1918. Brothers Donald and Robert Cameron acquired the land for Memorial Park and the park commemorated their last name and their father and uncle Lieutenant Norman Cameron, killed at Gallipoli.
In 2008 the park was renamed Trust House Memorial Park for sponsorship reasons. In 2015 at the cost of NZ $2.1 million the park was renovated to add a turf ground, stadium lighting and redesigned fence lines and footpaths.
In association football, Wairarapa United use the home ground for their home games, also playing in Carterton. Wairarapa United won the Chatham Cup, New Zealand's most coveted football trophy, in 2011.
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