Weraroa Cricket Club Inc

be proud and Wear the white heron

About Us

About Weraroa Cricket Club

Weraroa Cricket Club was established 101 years ago. Today the club has clearly become one of the strongest in the Horowhenua-Kapiti region of New Zealand. We are based in a small town of 20,000 people in Levin, one hour north of Wellington, our capital city. Our home ground and club rooms are based on the Weraroa Cricket Reserve cnr Oxford Street & Mako Mako Road Levin.

Weraroa has three teams playing in individual grades from social to Premier level. And though out the history of the club we have been extremely successful. Our club has been Senior/Lower Grade Champions on many occasions.

Our club is a very young club with players ranging from 13 to 70 years, with our players ranging from social to premier level.

Weraroa Cricket Club may be one of the smaller cricket clubs in New Zealand, but we are a very proud club and always make sure the Weraroa White Heron is flying proud at all times.

We are always looking for new players to be part of our club history, so get involved and get down to the Weraroa Cricket Reserve in Levin Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings for training and we will find you a team at your level.

Weraroa Club Logo

The Kotuku – Great White Heron - Is our icon & club logo gifted by the Broughton brother's dated back to 1921.  Our club is very proud to wear the Great Whit Heron
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Club Video's From The Club's 90th

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Levin "Home town of Weraroa C.C"

Levin is a town in the Horowhenua region of New Zealand, based on he North Island of NZ it has the busy State Highway 1 running through the town,  and is 90 kilometres north of Wellington City and 50 kilometres south of Palmerston North and two kilometres to the east of Lake Horowhenua.

Pause in Levin for beach walks and bargains. Wander the broad sands of

Waitarere Beach, then head into town to browse the factory outlet shops.

The town of Levin serves the local agricultural community. It also has a thriving clothing industry, so is known as a factory outlet shopping destination.

With the Tasman Sea coast on one side and the Tararua Ranges on the other, Levin can offer a wide range of outdoor adventures. Lake Horowhenua is a dune lake and bird sanctuary

The ROA Behaviour & Values Model

Resilience - 


The strength that our club epitomises. The ability for our club to be self-sufficient and continue to improve upon the traditions and history that we have developed over our many years. The idea that we can continue to compete in any circumstances and that we will never die trying. 

We will pour our heart and soul into Weraroa’s success and the thriving nature of the people within the club – from our Junior Cricketers to Senior A, Administration and alike.

Oneness - 

The connection that is created between every individual that is a part of Weraroa. Ensuring that our environment is safe, supportive, respectful, hospitable, and accepting and most importantly, fun for the people who are involved with our club, wearing the White Heron and being part of the club mean you are part of the Weraroa family and will feel welcomed and accepted into our club and clubrooms with open arms and without any judgment.

Accountability -

The notion that the members of our club are the primary benefactors of our club and for that to occur, we uphold our traditions and ensure a sense of pride and esteem wearing the White Heron and black and white uniform. 

We club members will contribute, no matter how big or small, to ensure that our current club members continue to create a legacy that can be developed on in future generations. 

Weraroa Club members are responsible for the actions that we exhibit, and these actions need to be in the best interest of our Weraroa family and community whether that be on the field, at training or at the clubrooms.


Weraroa Cricket Club Mission Statement

It is the Weraroa Cricket Clubs mission to foster ongoing pride, respect, sportsmanship and success in the club by providing a positive and enjoyable cricket experience for all, with our own point of difference while developing players, people and partnerships in the community …you can’t have one without the other!!”

Our goal is to provide the opportunity, environment and facilities to people of all ages and abilities to play cricket. We are particularly focused on promoting youth cricket and encouraging young players to take up the game at an early age.

Aim 1

Harness and develop all young cricketers so they have the opportunity to contribute to the game of cricket at all levels and play a central role in club cricket life.

The aim of the club is to ensure all young players have access to quality facilities, coaching and playing opportunities. We aim to raise the standard of facilities, coaching and development across the youth section. We aim to actively participate and compete in local competitions to provide the highest quality playing opportunities. 

We aim to increase & develop our coaching staff to enable us to run enough sides for a natural progression from Junior Roa Cricket through to senior teams. 

Aim 2

Develop and promote cricket for all ethnic minorities.
We aim to be a diverse and inclusive club encouraging people from all ethnic backgrounds to join the club.

Aim 3

Ensure that our cricket club is an integral part of the local community, contributing an invaluable service to all sections of the local community, developing club members, supporters and volunteers.

We aim to grow our non-playing membership and promote the club as a vital part of the local community. We aim to allow our facilities to be used and enjoyed by the wider community. We aim to offer opportunities to members of the local community to volunteer their services to help the club.

Aim 4

Develop and strengthen senior playing teams, providing positive role models to all club members, leading achievement and success.

We aim to increase our senior playing membership by improving facilities and promoting our sides up through the grades.  

Aim 5

Ensuring the future of the club through proper financial and corporate administration.


The Aim is maintaining the history of the club by keeping links between the past and current members open.